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video: EXCLUSIVE: Fox Floods Polls with State Workers

Wednesday, November 07, 2012

 

House Speaker Gordon Fox’s get out the vote efforts against Independent Mark Binder includes dozens of city and state employees, GoLocalTV has learned. Check out the video to see how many public employees are pulling for the Speaker today.

 

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As someone who witnessed the majority of this video being recorded , it was highly edited. There was one person who admitted to working for the state on the video. Not sure where the story is. The young man who secretly recorded these individuals didn't even know who Gordon Fox was. He was completely unaware that Gordon was in attendance , just ten feet away from him. When he was told that Gordon was there, he had to have The Speaker pointed out to him. The first gentlemen on film said he was doing a good friend of his a favor, and then the young man grilled some other workers about being State workers. After several people denied being state workers he persisted with " are you sure? I work for the state, are you sure you're not state workers, or city workers?" He wouldn't take no for an answer even though the majority of people in attendance around the polling location, were NOT state or city workers.

Comment #1 by Providence Resident on 2012 11 07

Terrible footage. The videographer definately needs lessons from Eric. Although, in his defense, the tape did follow Eric's MO: only tape males, preferably young ones.

Comment #2 by Joseph Davis on 2012 11 07




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