Wednesday, November 8, 2006

"Protect" Marriage Pushers Holding Out Hope

Posted By on Wed, Nov 8, 2006 at 11:26 AM

Project Marriage Arizona spokesperson Cathi Herrod just issued the following statement:

According to the Elections Director at the Secretary of State’s office, 300,000-400,000 early ballots have yet to be reported. We will not be offering any other statement until the outstanding ballots have been counted and a definite trend can be seen.

Seeing as Prop 107 lost the Election Day vote in Maricopa County (which did surprise the hell out of me), I am not sure what the bigots "Protect" Marriage folks are thinking. But the margin is "only" 32,000 votes, so who knows? It seems clear 107 will lose ... but if there are, in fact, that many ballots still outstanding -- something I do not know -- then stranger things have happened.

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