Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Rewriting History ... Again?

This is getting ridiculous. Per today's OD:
"No. 5: Purchase of new building for housing the police department: Yes- 794, No- 866."
That's a difference of 72 votes. Yesterday it was reported to be a 150 vote margin. Last week it was something else.

Either the Town Clerk doesn't know how to count, the Reporter doesn't know how to report, or something fishy is going on.


Anonymous said...

It looks like someone has to go back and re-learn the 3 R's (reading, writing and ARITHMETIC).

This just goes to show the town residents..."LIARS FIGURE...figures do NOT lie!"

No doubt the first recorded set of voting data is the correct one.

Who knows what goes on in the sinister minds of our elected officials. GREED!

Anonymous said...

Rumor has it that the Town Clerk did not use the figures from the voting machines, however, substituted her own?

If true, this becomes a "black-eye" in the history books of a Town that is out-of-control.