|South Carolina - Kershaw County, SC|
|Written by Jeff Mattox|
|Wednesday, 20 June 2012 14:43|
This ongoing battle has become a stain on the election process as voter turn out was at historic lows.
Both the republicans and the democrats have gone out of their way to ignore the court and now face a protest from voters. The protest letters force the state parties to hold hearings in which both sides will present their cases.
Chad Conelly's minion Matt Moore was the official from the SCGOP who was served. Matt was not happy about this. After seeing this writer's name on the protest, he told the process server,"Tell Jeff to quit harassing Chad on the Internet." Sounds like I have been hitting a nerve. Matt, sometimes the truth hurts.
The fact that certain county parties did not follow the supreme court requirements is not just some rogue party chairmen but actions sanctioned by the state party chairmen and their staffs. The two parties have not lived up to the letter of the law and must be held accountable. Our elections and the faith of the people are on the line.
Our Republic relies on a fair and honest elections to survive. If it were not for citizens standing up these two parties, they would have stolen an election and gotten away with breaking the law.
We will see what the two chairmen will do as hearings will be scheduled on Thursday.
Stay tuned as the Votergate scandal continues to unfold.