As an anticipated Republican Tsunami roils beneath the waves, Democrats across America are concocting new ways to manipulate elections and, they hope, turn back that tide.
In Georgia, whose open primaries let voters cast ballots in either party’s preliminary elections, some 16,000 Democrats participated in the recent Republican contest. Many of these Democrats hoped to elect the weakest GOP nominees and then trample them beneath donkey hooves come November.
Nevada has become Ground Zero for such Democrat skullduggery.
Liberal PACs have been outed for posing as conservative groups to oppose Nevada gubernatorial candidate Joe Lombardo. Democrat Governor Steve Sisolak would be a heavy underdog to Lombardo, should the Clark County sheriff win the GOP primary. Liberal PAC donors calculate that their anti-Lombardo attacks will boost a less attractive candidate as the Republican standard bearer and boost Sisolak’s general- election prospects.
Democrats also are going to extremes in one crucial Las Vegas race. They apparently planted a Democrat mole in the Republican primary and are attempting to rig the local election board.
Clark County Commissioners are considered Nevada’s second-most powerful elected officials – behind only the governor.
The Clark County Commission supervises business licenses, land and water use, public