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Rob Carlson said : “This technology is available and implementable anywhere, there’s no physical means to control access to it, so what would regulating that mean?” External link

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Rob Carlson said ( about Rob Carlson ) : "I’m not sure how to answer that one, sorry”. Tambussi said fraud is serious and should be investigated. He also defended the design of the ballot, saying, “Voting machines are designed to hold a certain amount of names, and the clerk by law has discretion to strike a ballot that’s fair and reasonable. Not everyone likes that, but that doesn’t mean the ballot is wrong and unfair”. Norcross and Jim Beach, a state senator who is chairman of the Democratic Committee, did not respond to requests for comment. Most of the candidates on the progressive slate are running for a seat on the Democratic Committee, which is involved in party business and endorsements. About two dozen other candidates on the slate are running for Assembly, county clerk, and mayor or council in the county’s three biggest municipalities — Cherry Hill, Camden and Gloucester Township — and six other towns. The freeholder candidates in Column Two and Three have no website or social media page and no apparent platform, and have not responded to calls for comment. Rob Carlson, who is with the progressive slate, and who ran unsuccessfully for a seat in Congress against Rep. Donald Norcross in last year’s primary, said he saw firsthand the effect of ballot positioning. The 1st Congressional District in New Jersey spans Camden, Burlington and Gloucester Counties, and he said he got only 6.9 percent of the vote in Camden, when his name appeared in Column Nine, far from Norcross’ name in Column Two. Carlson said he received 16 percent of the votes in Gloucester and 24 percent in Burlington when his name was close to his opponent’s name. “Bracketing definitely hurt me," External link

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investor33.33%EN01/20/201720/01/2017
biologist66.67%EN05/20/201620/05/2016
Names Lang Count
Rob CarlsonEN75.00%
Rob CarlsonPT25.00%


 
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Rob Carlson said ( about Rob Carlson ) : "I’m not sure how to answer that one, sorry”. Tambussi said fraud is serious and should be investigated. He also defended the design of the ballot, saying, “Voting machines are designed to hold a certain amount of names, and the clerk by law has discretion to strike a ballot that’s fair and reasonable. Not everyone likes that, but that doesn’t mean the ballot is wrong and unfair”. Norcross and Jim Beach, a state senator who is chairman of the Democratic Committee, did not respond to requests for comment. Most of the candidates on the progressive slate are running for a seat on the Democratic Committee, which is involved in party business and endorsements. About two dozen other candidates on the slate are running for Assembly, county clerk, and mayor or council in the county’s three biggest municipalities — Cherry Hill, Camden and Gloucester Township — and six other towns. The freeholder candidates in Column Two and Three have no website or social media page and no apparent platform, and have not responded to calls for comment. Rob Carlson, who is with the progressive slate, and who ran unsuccessfully for a seat in Congress against Rep. Donald Norcross in last year’s primary, said he saw firsthand the effect of ballot positioning. The 1st Congressional District in New Jersey spans Camden, Burlington and Gloucester Counties, and he said he got only 6.9 percent of the vote in Camden, when his name appeared in Column Nine, far from Norcross’ name in Column Two. Carlson said he received 16 percent of the votes in Gloucester and 24 percent in Burlington when his name was close to his opponent’s name. “Bracketing definitely hurt me," External link

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Rob Carlson

Last updated on 2016-07-01T02:08+0300.

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Rob Carlson said : “This technology is available and implementable anywhere, there’s no physical means to control access to it, so what would regulating that mean?” External link

msn-uk Monday, November 18, 2019 8:30:00 AM EAT

Rob Carlson said ( about Rob Carlson ) : "I’m not sure how to answer that one, sorry”. Tambussi said fraud is serious and should be investigated. He also defended the design of the ballot, saying, “Voting machines are designed to hold a certain amount of names, and the clerk by law has discretion to strike a ballot that’s fair and reasonable. Not everyone likes that, but that doesn’t mean the ballot is wrong and unfair”. Norcross and Jim Beach, a state senator who is chairman of the Democratic Committee, did not respond to requests for comment. Most of the candidates on the progressive slate are running for a seat on the Democratic Committee, which is involved in party business and endorsements. About two dozen other candidates on the slate are running for Assembly, county clerk, and mayor or council in the county’s three biggest municipalities — Cherry Hill, Camden and Gloucester Township — and six other towns. The freeholder candidates in Column Two and Three have no website or social media page and no apparent platform, and have not responded to calls for comment. Rob Carlson, who is with the progressive slate, and who ran unsuccessfully for a seat in Congress against Rep. Donald Norcross in last year’s primary, said he saw firsthand the effect of ballot positioning. The 1st Congressional District in New Jersey spans Camden, Burlington and Gloucester Counties, and he said he got only 6.9 percent of the vote in Camden, when his name appeared in Column Nine, far from Norcross’ name in Column Two. Carlson said he received 16 percent of the votes in Gloucester and 24 percent in Burlington when his name was close to his opponent’s name. “Bracketing definitely hurt me," External link

philly Tuesday, April 30, 2019 12:49:00 PM EAT



Key Titles and Phrases Count Lang Last Seen
investor33.33%EN01/20/201720/01/2017
biologist66.67%EN05/20/201620/05/2016
Names Lang Count
Rob CarlsonEN75.00%
Rob CarlsonPT25.00%


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Rob Carlson said ( about Rob Carlson ) : "I’m not sure how to answer that one, sorry”. Tambussi said fraud is serious and should be investigated. He also defended the design of the ballot, saying, “Voting machines are designed to hold a certain amount of names, and the clerk by law has discretion to strike a ballot that’s fair and reasonable. Not everyone likes that, but that doesn’t mean the ballot is wrong and unfair”. Norcross and Jim Beach, a state senator who is chairman of the Democratic Committee, did not respond to requests for comment. Most of the candidates on the progressive slate are running for a seat on the Democratic Committee, which is involved in party business and endorsements. About two dozen other candidates on the slate are running for Assembly, county clerk, and mayor or council in the county’s three biggest municipalities — Cherry Hill, Camden and Gloucester Township — and six other towns. The freeholder candidates in Column Two and Three have no website or social media page and no apparent platform, and have not responded to calls for comment. Rob Carlson, who is with the progressive slate, and who ran unsuccessfully for a seat in Congress against Rep. Donald Norcross in last year’s primary, said he saw firsthand the effect of ballot positioning. The 1st Congressional District in New Jersey spans Camden, Burlington and Gloucester Counties, and he said he got only 6.9 percent of the vote in Camden, when his name appeared in Column Nine, far from Norcross’ name in Column Two. Carlson said he received 16 percent of the votes in Gloucester and 24 percent in Burlington when his name was close to his opponent’s name. “Bracketing definitely hurt me," External link

philly Tuesday, April 30, 2019 12:49:00 PM EAT