Dean Logan's Protege

The continuing malfunctioning Potemkin Village called the King County Elections Office has been run by the director, Sherril Huff, ever since her shady and controversial mentor, Dean Logan, was run out of town in 2006 by Reagan Dunn & Co., a.k.a., the King County Council.  The best thing Reagan Dunn has done since he's been on the council.  Despite being propped up by the Seattle Times and the general Establishment in Seattle, Huff & the Elections Department failed to mail out ballots on time to thousands of voters in King County's Eastside at a critical moment when she, herself, was on the ballot in the 2011 General Election, probably disenfranchising scores of voters.  No one knows for sure if the million dollars worth of Diebold/Premier election machinery she bought from the most controversial manufacturer of election equipment in the United States, although now outsourced to Canada, is counting votes correctly, but we now know that it can't send out ballots in a timely manner to qualified voters.  Huff, who is on a pace to soon collect a million dollars in elections salary since her few years in King County, after she left her old county in a lurch for the big bucks (Mark Greene proposed reducing in half the salary of the elected elections director after the '11 election), is almost sure to run for re-election in 2015, and keeping with her, her sidekick, Sandy McConnell, another one of Dean Logan's understudies. Huff also chooses, through recommendations to the council, her own "umpires" (the so-called Citizens' Elections Oversight Committee) to oversee her office.  Imagine the scandal in the baseball commissioner's office if some team or a few were allowed to pick their own umpires for their particular games.  It's time to finally vote out the last remaining remnants of Dean Logan's House of Cards come 2015, all symbolized by his protege, Huff.  Please, help in this endeavor by sending a donation and signing Mark Greene's new petition for Director of Elections (2015), and writing-in Mark's name for Secretary of State (2012).

[revised on 10/8/12]

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Mark is probably the only politician in Washington that had the temerity to keep the 2004 election shenanigans in the news as late as 2012 and to call out names. Help us solve the mystery of "The Other Curious Election of 2004" (WA 9th Congressional District U.S. Rep. primary) by contacting real journalists and asking them to look into it. Elections are too important for shams to be ignored and for accountability to be neglected.

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