Disfranchisement is illegal per Minnesota law

Below is the venue for his/her particular comments.  There are series organized efforts from subset of residents in Hopkins district trying to "disqualify" candidates living in "united Edina 273" area.  (But they want to keep their tax $.)  That's why the chair school board sent pointed warning (I speculate it means to discourage us).  Everyone is entitled to their choice of candidates, but disqualification is an illegal matter of disfranchisement (denying people's right to vote or being voted per legal definition), especially coming from school board.   Below is an example of the disfranchisement from a school board member. 

On Mon, Nov 4, 2013 at 9:51 AM, wendonovan <wendonovan@gmail.com> wrote:
Tomorrow is Election Day.
Please go vote!
We  7 candidates running for the Hopkins School Board.  Three of the candidates are from the Unite Edina group, so that leaves 4 qualifies candidates.
Katie Fulkerson
Micheal Doobie Kurus
Warren Goodroad  an incumbement
Betsy Scheurer Anderson. An incumbement
I would like to see Katie Fulkerson elected.  She is smart, hardworking and has look into the issues and is fiscally conservative.
Change is a good thing.
Remember to vote!
Wendy Donovan

Maury Ballsteen November 05, 2013 at 10:28 PM
Maybe you weren't considered qualified because you neglected to participate in the Q&A sessions? Or because your post lacks the grammar necessary to elucidate your point.
Mike B. November 06, 2013 at 05:43 PM
Maury's comment is calling the kettle black. It is not considered proper grammar to begin a sentence with a preposition, as he has done. In the Hopkins school district, it might be acceptable, but it certainly wouldn't be considered correct in Edina schools.
Maury Ballsteen November 06, 2013 at 10:12 PM
I suppose Mike B's comment is no less trollish than my own. However if we really want to play this game, I'd point out that my comment wasn't calling the kettle black. It would be more correct to say that my comment was similar to 'the pot calling the kettle black.' What my comment was attempting to do was point out to the author that the claims of disenfranchisement were as ridiculous as his grammar. Of course the irony here is that the only thing more ridiculous than posting comments on articles on the Internet, is doing so in response to a recognized troll. So really, the greatest example of the pot calling the kettle black is this particular comment.


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