Skip to comments.Blumenthal campaign worried their voters are not turning out
Posted on 11/02/2010 3:09:04 PM PDT by matt04
Dick Blumenthal is worried his voters are not showing up and has sent out a last minute get out and vote Email to his supporters.
I just voted in CT about around 4:20. The people standing outside holding signs consisted of 75-80% GOP signs. Their were a few Dem sign holders, but most Dem signs were on the ground with no one holding them.
After I voted (a 3-5 minute wait for a booth) I asked the sign holders about turnout. They said it was steady all day and the parking lot (about 50 legal spaces) was almost always constantly full from 8 AM on. I ended up parking on the lawn. During lunch they had two cops directing traffic as the lot was full and traffic was backed up onto the main road.
Is his campaign lying now, or just when Bloomers said he was in Vietnam?
I’d love to see a McMahon win. She’s impressed the heck out of me in her appearances.
BTW, I think someone should email Blumenthal back - “You figure out how to create a job yet, Dicky?”
It sounds like just another excuse to me. They are probably doing cross over voting...dems voting Republican.
His supporters are at the same place his Vietnam combat records are...
If this keeps up, he’ll be heading off to court to get the election postponed because his voters are disenfranchising themselves.
” his voters are disenfranchising themselves. “
The Establishmedia polls were lying again.
Pray for the Election
We can only hope.
I find it hard to believe The Great Vietnam Warrior aka Dicky (The Skeletor) Blumenthal worries about anything.
It’s nice to see all you non-Connecticut folks know what a sleazy character Dick Blumenthal is.
Is this a “get out and vote” message or is it a “get out and vote AGAIN”?
Anyone who votes for this idiot is an idiot. Yesterday Glenn Beck called him a dangerous man (a populist). If you saw Glenn’s interview of him last year when the guy went after the AIG bonuses, you know exactly what Glenn means.
To refresh or memories, here is the interview: