Monday, June 06, 2005


The judge rejected the Rossi Rethuglican demands for a re-vote in the governor's race. The Seattle Times has notes on the trial. Basically, the Rethugs couldn't prove that intentional fraud was committed. Now, if the intelligent Republicans in the state would rise up and demand some election reform, and if the rest of the parties would just join them, maybe we won't have this problem again.

Of course, I'm being optimistic. If there are any people capable of fixing the election problems, they aren't going to be allowed to work on it. There are too many rules and regulations that prevent real progress from being made.

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