Monday, September 06, 2010

Beware of Fake Ballots!!!!

Campaign Alert!  A Fake Ballot is going around and was first discovered during early voting at the Oxon Hill Library on Friday.  This ballot not only was mailed under the auspice of a group called "Citizens for Change" but the group has been found to be fake with a fake address and fake treasurer's name.  Concerned Prince Georgians -- we have a motto that  -- "birds of a feather flock together" so if this fake ballot lists the good Rev. Muse erroneously as supporting Councilmember Samuel Dean as reported -- we can only surmise that Councilmember Dean is aware of this fakery. As our readers know Rev. C. Anthony Muse endorsed County Executive candidate Rushern Baker.

 My Fox D.C. Com reports that Jerry Mathis, a candidate for the Prince George's County Council along with Albert Chatmon --(Senator Muse's opponent) and Delegate candidate Kriselda Valderrama as also listed on the fake ballot and is listed erroneously as being endorsed by Rev. Anthony Muse.  Concerned Prince Georgians we implore you to be an informed voter.  It is not too late!   Make sure you study the official ballot sent to all registered voters by the Board of Elections.  The Board of Elections will not have any names checked in the boxes.  Don't vote for someone because you think they are cute or that they have the most amount of roadway signs littering our streets.  All we can say is "God don't like ugly -- and those behind this trickery will never prevail"!  Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler promises that "complaints about deceptive practices will be investigated and appropriate action will be taken."  But --if we all vow to be informed voters we will not get tripped up by trickery!
Beginning Friday, September 3, Maryland residents can call the Attorney's General's voter hotline at 1-866-298-8245 or file a complaint via e-mail at

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