[Good Evening from Callie (aka Red State Exile) in the state with a name as long as it is–Tennessee!]
Our local organization Vote No on 1, which has been working on defeating our state anti-gay amendment, have been receiving reports that voters are being misled about Amendment 1 to our state Constitution. Evidently, a voter in one county was told that he should vote no if he wanted “two men or three women to be able to marry.”
Vote No has been in contact with our Division of Elections and been assured that the counties have been notified that poll workers are not to discuss the amendment with voters, and if anyone has questions, they are not to summarize it but simply tell the voter to read the amendment.
Could these actions be considered voter tampering? I think so. What do you think?