How to vote Republican in Florida

One of the problems in the upcoming Florida election is that Mark Foley’s name is still on the ballot. Republican voters in Foley’s district may think that, with Foley gone, there’s no one to vote for, and simply pass on their Congressional vote. Don’t do that. By ticking off Foley’s name, you will be voting for the Republican candidate, Joe Negron. So, please, vote for Mark Foley if you want your Republican vote to count.

By the way, if you’re a Republican in Foley’s district, please pass the word on to your friends.

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  • erp

    That district is safely Republican and voters are savvy enough to not to vote for a Dem especially since the source of Foley’s Follies has been exposed as a Democratic operative working, I believe, for the senatorial candidate from New York.