Politics from the Palouse to Puget Sound

Friday, October 07, 2005

Flip-Flopping Seen and Heard Around Campus, Pt. II

Day Two of Judy Krueger campaigning for herself and against Wal-Mart at the CUB. Hat Tip: Joshua Coke


4 comments:

Ray Lindquist said...

Yes she was there I saw her today also, I stepped out and called Tom and when I got back to ask questions of “How could Wal-Mart cut down trees in the cemetery, when they are not on there land? Any way she may be back again maybe tomorrow since the big game on Saturday.

April E. Coggins said...

So, considering the credibility of Judy Krueger, how can we be sure she is not mixing and matching signatures? She is now in charge of collecting signatures for voter registration and on the same small table, taking signatures for PARD. What happens if she mixes them up? Or reinterpets the signature?

Tom Forbes said...

We're headed for our own little repeat of last year's gubernatorial fiasco.

April E. Coggins said...

All I can say is that it looks a lot like October 2004. We all remember November 2004 election. 129 votes separated the gubernatorial candidates and more than 500 questionable votes came from one precinct in Pullman. Amazingly enough, it was a precinct that is mostly college students who would probably register at the CUB. A shocking coincindence!