Saturday, November 3, 2012

California poll worker emails supervisor questioning UN observers; fired within 10 minutes...,

 You think her supervisor is a Democrat?
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A poll worker is out of a job, and she says it’s all because of an email she sent her supervisor.
The woman says she was concerned about poll inspectors coming to Sacramento for Tuesday’s election.
Shannon Lewis has been a poll worker in Sacramento for 15 years. She said she sent that email and was fired 10 minutes later.
“I just tapped out a really fast email,” said Lewis.
But that quick email ended Lewis’ 15 year job as a Sacramento County pollster.
“I just wanted to get my feelings known and get an answer to the question before polling day,” said Lewis.
Lewis’ email inquired about something she saw on the internet, United Nations observers coming to local polling stations.
“I was on Facebook one day and I saw this thing that I thought was a brand new thing,” said Lewis.
Shannon wrote in her email, “these are not our usual pollsters; they can’t vote here, and therefore have no business in/about our elections.”
Within minutes she was on the phone with a supervisor who said her services were no longer needed.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Ironic... if you're a child-molesting teacher in California, you must have "due process" to be fired. But, if you're a conservative questioning illegal poll practices, you're bounced in 15 minutes? Unless there's more to it than posted here, I smell a discrimination lawsuit!