Elections

Earl Glynn on October 25th, 2008

A reliable source in Topeka tells about a possible case of voter fraud and a possible case of voter suppression. Both cases need more investigation.

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Earl Glynn on October 25th, 2008

Ballotpedia‘s collaboration project about vote fraud is an online portal called the Voter Integrity Project. Click on KS on the national map to see items of interest in Kansas. The Kansas Vote Fraud page is getting started but the Past incidents of fraud in Kansas page mentions vote fraud in Kansas all the way back […]

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Former Republican, now Democrat, Rick Guinn, Johnson County District Attorney candidate against Republican Steve Howe, is running a commercial on TV and the Internet. Guinn in a pictorial name calling ad shows several clowns in a court room and then says

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Earl Glynn on October 18th, 2008

Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama visited Kansas City late Saturday for a campaign event. The event was on the grounds of the Liberty Memorial, the National World War I Museum. The Meadowlark ventured a few miles from Kansas into Missouri for this event.

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Earl Glynn on October 18th, 2008

FOX 5 Wichita reported earlier this week that ACORN finds Kansas a tough nut to crack. The ACORN (Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now) web site shows three Kansas offices, in Kansas City, Topeka, and Wichita, but FOX 5 reports the Wichita office closed earlier this year.

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Reports are surfacing in Shawnee and Johnson Counties that Gov. Sebelius’ Bluestem Fund “Leadership” PAC is attacking conservatives in at least three races. This is not at all surprising given the recent Meadowlark report: Gov. Sebelius’ Bluestem Fund PAC awash with cash for November elections. So far, Sebelius and her Bluestem Fund PAC are attacking […]

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Earl Glynn on October 15th, 2008

A reliable source informed the Meadowlark that a number of Republican voters with McCain-Palin yard signs in the Mission and Roeland Park areas of Johnson County are reporting stolen signs, or signs defaced with swastikas.

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In 2007 and so far in 2008 Dennis Moore (Democrat, KS District 3) spent $146,592 of tax dollars for franking, while Nancy Boyda (Democrat, KS District 2) spent $221,362. These amounts by Democratic members of Congress from Kansas were huge compared to a Democratic member of Congress from Ohio: Marcy Kaptur (Democrat, Ohio District 9) […]

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Earl Glynn on October 8th, 2008

In every November general election since 1998, Democratic Congressman Dennis Moore publishes a list of “Republicans for Moore” either online or in newspapers. A number of “Republicans for Moore” have followed the party defections of prominent Republicans to the Democratic Party, such as Lt. Gov. Mark Parkinson (once the KS GOP chair), former Attorney General […]

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Recently-elected Republican precinct committeeman, Stephen Cook, had eight political signs in his front-yard in Shawnee on Sunday, including SIX signs for Democratic candidates:

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