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Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2012, 8:52 p.m.
 

Ballot integrity

After the 2008 election, I read about all sorts of irregularities at the polls. I naively thought some action would be taken and that people would go to jail.

Since nothing was done, we faced the same scenario in 2012. Until someone serves real jail time for these offenses, they will continue.

We have an attorney general who will not enforce the law, but surely there are other avenues that can be pursued.

Angeline Doyle

Fawn

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