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"Aaron Miller was one of the delegates who realized he voted incorrectly, thinking the attorney general’s race was the last position on the ballot instead of the first. He spoiled his ballot and revoted.

“Several people with me had to spoil their ballots,” Miller said. “A lot of people were confused.”

“It’s just unconscionable. It’s just unacceptable,” said delegate John Lauve, who unsuccessfully ran for governor in 1990 and state house more recently. “They’re all amateurs ... This is a joke.”


LoL, I'm sure they'll find some way to blame it on the woke Left, even though it
was a strictly GOP affair.

Sure appears that vast majority of voting issues is on the GOP, whether that be outright
fraud, the attempt to cancel 81 million American votes in the last Presidential election,
GOP higher ups like Meadows registering to vote in 3 different locales, ................
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