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Chris McDaniel Wins Court Order to Examine Poll Books in Jackson County, Mississippi

On July 15, Chris McDaniel won a Mississippi lower state court order to see the poll books in Jackson County. McDaniel is trying to show that the number of voters who voted in the Democratic primary of June 3, and then voted in the Republican run-off primary on June 24, exceeds the number of votes by which McDaniel lost the run-off primary. See this story. Jackson County contains Pascagoula. It is the fifth most populous county in the state.

UPDATE: see this July 16 story about McDaniel’s plans to challenge the results as soon as he finishes gathering evidence.

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  1. Demo Rep

    Any ranked lists of the absolute and relative EVIL unequal ballot access systems in the various parts of the USA ???

    i.e. how close to the evil bottom is the MS stone age regime ???

    – is a new Union Army needed to liberate the MS voters ???

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