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Update: I realize these photos need a little explaining. Continue reading
State Representative Bryan Holloway claims not to be the preppy fashion blogger Wasp101, but it sure looks like some of the preppy blogger’s photographs were taken on Holloway’s stoop.
In fact, if you look at the reflection in the bottom of the door in the last photograph it looks like a person similar to Holloway’s wife is taking the photograph.
Obama is claiming Romney is just some rich guy who favors the rich.
So please support your fiscally responsible, conservative NC House or NC Senate members in the upcoming elections. In addition to your vote, we all need any other help you can provide such as holding a sign at the polls on election day or an early voting site, and putting a yard sign in your yard and/or a bumper sticker on your car.
In addition to the Governor’s race, there is one other statewide race that is of critical importance. That race is for the Supreme Court of North Carolina. Justice Paul Newby … Please vote for him and to tell others how important his reelection is to North Carolina.
Reference: Neal Hunt News PDF
You may have come here after reading “Hunt endorses Judge Newby — in taxpayer-funded email” at Under the Dome in the Raleigh News & Observer. For those of you interested in such things the header from the message source is reproduced below, showing the state servers used. The receiving email address has been redacted.
Update to “Republican paid voter registration operation linked to fraud”: Strategic Allied Consulting just changed the domain registration of strategicalliedconsulting.com to a private registration, but not before I had captured this screenshot of the original registration information showing a direct link to Sproul & Associates:
An effort by Republicans to register voters with paid workers is underway in North Carolina and across the nation. In the past month various ads have appeared on Craigslist, Facebook and other online job listings offering amounts from $11 to $13 per hour (and in some cases internship credit) to help Republicans and Mitt Romney win in North Carolina in November by identifying conservatives and registering them as voters. The operation is linked to an Arizona company with a history of fraud allegations including the destruction of Democratic registration cards.