Lida Rodriguez-Taseff fired from poll worker post

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Miami attorney Lida Rodriguez-Taseff said she was fired as a Miami-Dade County poll worker after complaining about problems with early voting.

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  • John Fenner

    Ms. Rodriquez-Taseff was interfering with time-honored Miami-Dade traditions--multiple voting and "bundling".
    Reform Democrats in Chicago (including our President) finally ended those practices there, by electing a black man--Harold Washington, as Mayor.
    Thank you, Ms. Rodriquez-Taseff. You are upholding the finest traditions of the Bar.

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