Electronic voting fraud is a time-honored bipartisan tradition!

Ghost Voting:
On the day Gov. Rendell unveiled his budget to a packed House chamber, Rep. William Rieger voted in favor of all six bills that came up. But Rieger wasn't there. The Democrat was home on Feb. 3, 100 miles away in Philadelphia. A wad of paper shoved into his electronic "yea" button atop his desk did the work for him. Similar sights are in plain view on any given session day in the cavernous lower chamber where so-called ghost voting is a tolerated bipartisan tradition.
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3 Responses:

  1. lars_larsen says:

    I have a job in a nuclear missile silo. I should do that with the launch button!

  2. This makes me proud to be a Philadelphia resident.