Skip to comments.District 56 Voters Blame Haley Barbour (2003 Article)
Posted on 06/28/2014 4:07:58 AM PDT by ObamahatesPACoal
A week ago the Hinds County Republican Executive Committee certified election results in the controversial House District 56 race. Philip Gunn lost to incumbent Jep Barbour by 17 votes.
But Gunn says more than 200 Clinton-area voters weren't allowed to cast thier ballots because of well-documented election errors. Now many of those voters say they might take their frustration out on the governor's race.
"I would be hardpressed voting Republican at this time," said Linne Godfrey.
"Maybe I will, maybe I won't," said Reva Daniel. "Right now it would be difficult."
(Excerpt) Read more at msnewsnow.com ...
Senator Blackmon accepted the challenge and took the opportunity to address other concerns with her Republican opponent — concerns like where Blackmon stands on the abortion issue. Blackmon says Tuck has suggested the Democrat is pro-choice.
“I am a Christian, and I believe in the sanctity of life,” Blackmon said. “I would invite both cadidates to take an oath under penalties of perjury as to whether or not either candidate has had an abortion.”
“I don’t think that’s important. I don’t think that needs to be done on a political basis. It’s just a dare. I have no idea if Amy Tuck has ever had one or not and if she has it’s an issue she had to face in some point in her life. It’s up to her to decide,” said one woman.
Tuck responded that she “would not get in the gutter with my oppponent on these issues.”
Just curious, but what is the context for an eleven year old article?
It’s a troll and won’t last long.
Chris McDaniel did not vote in primaries with mega-conservative Haley Barbour.
I guess he also didn’t actively campaign for Cochran in all 6 the Conservative rockstar’s campaigns.