Baldwin Says He Voted, Accuses Keam of Spreading Misinformation
Did Roy Baldwin vote in last year's historic race for president?
Yes, say Fairfax County elections officials and supporters of Baldwin (D), who is running for the House of Delegates in Virginia's 35th District. Rokey Suleman, the county's general registrar, says a clerical error led to a mistake in the public record that shows Baldwin turned in an unmarked absentee ballot last October.
"I am certain he voted in that election," said Suleman.
Meanwhile, Baldwin's supporters are accusing Mark Keam, one of his opponents for the Democratic nomination, of conducting a push-poll suggesting that Baldwin did not vote. A Keam spokeswoman today said the campaign would not comment on "internal information" such as polls.
May 13, 2009; 6:24 PM ET
Categories: Election 2009 , Sandhya Somashekhar
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