State Sen-elect Andy Vidak was one of the Republican victims of CA Democrat voter fraud in 2010 while running against Rep. Jim Costa.
Every little bit counts!
Good for Andy. I hope he can at least draw attention to the CA Senate’s socialism and debauchery.
As you may recall, I quipped after the 2010 elections that Andy Vidak would have been elected to Congress had his last name ended in an L instead of a K; Vidal is a relatively common surname in Spain and Latin America, and in that Hispanic-majority district that could have given him that extra 4% he needed to beat Democrat Jim Costa (whose surname is Portuguese, not Spanish).
BTW, did you read this liberal claptrap from the posted article?
“Democrats have a large registration edge in the 16th Senate District51 percent to Republicans’ 31 percentbut three Democratic candidates and a Peace and Freedom Party candidate split the left-leaning vote. That cleared the way for Vidak to win a simple majority.”
Vidak won with 52% of the vote. How the heck did having four leftist opponents running make it easier for him to obtain over 50% of the vote? Having a bunch of liberal candidates running only helps the conservative candidate if he can be elected by a plurality, but it makes it harder to get a majority (every additional voter who comes out to support one of the additional leftists will add a vote to the denominator and increase the hurdle for the conservative).
Looks like he is again. I just met with a allow from Airfield and he tells me Vidak lost.
I guess all the ghost”Absentee” and he”Provisional” ballots came in and they were overwhelmingly for Perez.
Tell me that isn’t voter fraud.
This chick concedes the race and then gets 5 loaves of bread and a couple