SDDP Chair Ann Tornberg responds to Dem Party ballot errors. Sort of.

SDDP Chair Ann Tornberg’s response to her party’s blunder in certifying their candidates for election seems to fall a little short in this interview on KELO Land.

Anyone inspired by Ann’s leadership ability and competence in this video?

Didn’t think so.

20 Replies to “SDDP Chair Ann Tornberg responds to Dem Party ballot errors. Sort of.”

    1. Anonymous

      Per Shantel’s letter, the statute states that no certification can be received later than the 2nd Tuesday in August.

      Ann lot Parky screwed up. This was a display of incompetence. They were probably too busy worrying about what stupid thing the national Democrat party was going to do next.

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      1. Anonymous

        I need to stop posting with my Kindle; the words never end up correct. It should be “Ann OR Parky screwed up.”

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    2. Anonymous

      Krebs should have checked the dates and followed the law. She should resign if she’s not going to do her job.

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  1. Jan

    We need to be realistic! Placeholders and artificial candidates for statewide office are not helping our party. Filling every constitutional office only dilutes the crossover vote for those who can’t vote straight party republican by giving them artificial choices. We have a chance to right this mistake in August by only nominating real candidates who are serious.

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  2. Troy Jones

    What is up with Krebs statement about not tracking officers? It is like the highway patrol saying they don’t patrol Sunday mornings.

    Our system depends on people knowing the law, not following the law is a violation, and if caught there are consequences. Saying the SOS doesn’t track officers is like saying just get it in on time and we won’t care if signed by Marna Gietzen.

    Talk about checked out.

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    1. Anonymous

      Three Deputies has only made it so no one is really accountable. It’s a huge cluster. Krebs should bring back Lorenzen so Barnett has a smooth transition.

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  3. Anonymous

    The end of the story is incorrect. It does affect the Governor’s race, because the Lt. Gov and Gov run on the same ticket.

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  4. Troy Jones

    BTW, I’m proud Lederman raised the issue and did it in time for the Democrats to correct their mistake. It is important we follow election law deadlines or we have no election law.

    That said, we don’t need to win this way. We have the better candidates and the better ideas. Let’s use the campaign to get more people on board with our ideas!

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  5. Anonymous

    Why did the SOS’ office certify it even though it was in violation of the law and why did it take a party chair to point it out? I’m concerned there are more errors coming out of the SOS.

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