September 6, 2013

Cruising for a bruising that could leave the new government in limbo

We hate to sound like a broken record, but this election is hopelessly broken. In last Sunday’s editorial we called on the Bibb County Board of Elections to halt early voting and to make sure people were voting for the right candidates before resuming. At that time, 788 District 3 voters had been identified as being wrongly placed in District 2. Seven had already voted early. We asked the question: How could we be sure the snafu discovered between Districts 2 and 3 had not infected the other seven districts? We now know the answer.

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