Poll watchers in Harris County, Texas -- where a Tea Party group launched an aggressive anti-voter fraud effort -- were accused of "hovering over" voters, "getting into election workers' faces" and blocking or disrupting lines of voters who were waiting to cast their ballots as early voting got underway yesterday.
Full article here.
Things are going to get a lot uglier over the next two weeks and it's all Acorn's fault.
Lower down in the article is an interesting nugget. Guess which side the City Attorney's on?
Former Voting Section Chief John Tanner, who resigned from the Justice Department in 2008 after he commented that voter identification laws were an imposition on white people because "minorities die first," is representing the county attorney's office.