Skip to comments.*Vanity* Moveon.org on our property
Posted on 11/02/2004 5:07:56 AM PST by rightsmart
Please excuse my first-time post that is also a vanity. I am the principal of a christian school that is also a polling place. Moveon.org has set-up a sign on our property with a representative. When I went over to talk with the gentlement to find out what he was doing, he told me that he was "checking off names" of people who promised to vote so that they would stop calling these people. He set up over 100 feet from the polling place, but it is on our property.
Break out the hose and sprinklers.
I would call the police. He is trespassing.
Call the police.
Photograph or video it. Then call the police.
Call the Police
Call the Republican headquarters in your town. And or call the Voting Commission in your town.
It is illegal to set up candidate or party literature within a certain number of feet of a voting location.
In our state, it is 200 feet.
Don't let them get away with this; I'll bet they are there illegally.
Yeah, sprinklers or hosing them down is a good idea, actually. If that isn't doable, then call the cops. Say they've been harassing voters.
They aren't (technically) with any party or campaign. They have absolutely no right to be on your property.
It's time to wash down your parking lot with a hose. That stubborn spot of oil just won't come off that one area.
tell them to take their partialbirthabortion selves and beat it ... or put up a freerepublic.com sign
Call the cops!!
If he is there and you don't want him there, I would suggest that you instruct him that he is tresspassing and possibly engaged in illegal activities.
I'd tell him, Please remove yourself or the law will be called and at the very least you will be removed and prosecuted for tresspass.
If he doesn't. Call the law and tell them you want him removed immediately for tresspassing.
When the Crypts and the Bloods faced off with one group in my yard, I turned on the sprinklers and the whole thing went away.
If you don't have sprinklers, call the police and have them removed from your property.
Call the police. He is not a authorized poll observer and may be intimidating voters. You are tacitly agreeing to his behavior by allowing him to use your property.
Go to the Gymnasium and open the equipment room, pick out a baseball bat that feels comfortable in your hands and hold it over your shoulder when you tell the Cretan to leave your property :-)
Smithers, release the hounds!
They have no right to be on your property...call the cops and have them removed. If they are not affiliated with any party then they are bonifide trespassers.
In North Carolina, the owners of private property used as voting pricincts have the right to forbid campaigning on their property. For example, we put up signs at schools, but not churches.