[OT] Foreign Policy (was: HB 139 (Wireless Internet AccessRequirements, Chief Sponsor: Bradley M. Daw))

Steve smorrey at gmail.com
Thu Jan 24 11:00:04 MST 2008

My concern at that time was actually the issue on the ballot.
You see, most polling occurs at schools, and school vouchers were on
the ballot at that time.
I had to ask several teachers to stop electioneering at the polls
where I was working that day.
Interestingly enough, at least in the precinct I was working, the
school voucher issue passed by a fairly wide margin of about 15%.


On Jan 24, 2008 10:48 AM, Hill, Greg <grhill at corp.untd.com> wrote:
> > Suffice it to say, I am very impressed with the system we have here in
> > Utah County.  While not completely "unhackable", it would take a
> > conspiracy at several levels of the election board to throw an
> > election in one direction or the other.
> That's all good information, but seriously, who would hack a Utah County
> election?  The Republicans will win, by a large margin, no matter what.
> Greg
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