What's On the Ballot Election Day 2011

Tuesday, November 08, 2011

It's A Free Country political reporter Anna Sale examines some of the key issues that will be voted on around the country today.


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Comments [6]

Jeff from Manhattan

To those who question whether our government should be involved in these admittedly more aggressive revenue pursuits, I would remind them that people are going to play the shell game anyway. They are going to fall victim to con men anyway. They are going to follow beautiful women into deserted stairwells and get their skulls bashed in anyway. At least with my proposal, the state can control these activities and can skim money from them for our school that would otherwise be going to unsavory characters.

Nov. 08 2011 10:41 AM
John A.

I hope the personhood bill goes through. It will however go through a buzz-saw of challenges afterward, as the bills' proponents claims of separation from birth control and IVF issues sound to me to be poorly reasoned. (Anna just mentioned tihs, THX).

Nov. 08 2011 10:27 AM
The Truth from Becky

Ah well, sucks to be Cain right now...not a supporter, don't care.

Nov. 08 2011 10:22 AM
Flo from toledo

The other Cakin women are Legally enjoined from speaking about the episodes! The lawyer spoke because he's not legally bound,m but the VICTIMS are.

Nov. 08 2011 10:15 AM
Jack Jackson from Central New Jersey

At best, Cain is crying crocodile tears over the harassment allegations. If Ms. Bialek's assertions could be proven true, it would be a different story....but they can never be proven.

Not being a Cain supporter, I can just as easily believe that this is a colossal rat-f*ck on Cain's part.

Nov. 08 2011 10:15 AM
Jack from Manhattan (from Rockland)

Please include Rockland County in today's election coverage. Especially the Orangetown Supervisor race - unusual challenger and entrenched incumbent.

Nov. 08 2011 10:12 AM

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