Skip to comments.WHEC TV (Rochester) Offering Voters "Rides to Polls" (Coalition of Black Trade Unionists)
Posted on 11/02/2010 3:07:02 AM PDT by AmericanInTokyo
Just heard right now (5:40 a.m. Eastern) that live radio, in Rochester, New York WYSL RADIO, relaying the morning news segment audio of News 10 WHEC-TV (NBC affiliate) is offering voters to the polls for free.
Problem is, they are telling voters to call liberal, far leftist, anti-Republican UNION GROUP and giving out their phone number.
This was done by the female component, of a male/female morning straight news anouncer team.
Anyone think that this violates FCC neutrality rules?
They told people to call the Rochester, NY office of the COALITION OF BLACK TRADE UNIONISTS for these free rides, and also said that the information is up on their website.
Possible voter fraud, violation of media neutrality at work here, folks.
Call up and send cars all over the city. Just keep calling. Make them send cars to places where there are no people.
I don't like the politics of this example and I hope they fail miserably, but to encourage people to vote is a bedrock principle.
Same fictional voters that show their registered address as a vacant lot.
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