Mail-in ballots for Measure L still being counted and outcome remains uncertain for Hopland Fire tax

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4 thoughts on “Mail-in ballots for Measure L still being counted and outcome remains uncertain for Hopland Fire tax

  1. Whenever they say they are still counting “mail-in ballots”… you know what that means! Another corrupt election.

  2. Looks like the last Presidential election all over again. I mean postmarked after the Nov.2 date should not be accepted for count. I believe this is all spelled out in the law books so what gives?
    That’s what the Jan.6th protest was about, not anything else. What is so hard to see here?

    • Maybe because it isn’t happening? I read the article and I didn’t see anything about counting late votes.

      January 6 was about a bunch of hoodwinked morons that believed a big lie. There were no late votes counted then either. You are spreading more trumpist bullshit.

      It has been said that the only way to topple a representative democracy is to decapitate it by undermining people’s faith in their government. By convincing them that their elected government is illegitimate an opening is created for a self-proclaimed savior to step in and “make things right”. This is the populist wedge strategy that is in play, and you are falling for it.

  3. Hopland Fire District web site doesn’t have a map of the district. Measure L doesn’t have a map of the district. Do the locals just know by word of mouth who this affects?

    Also, wtf on charging more for a hoop house than a primary residence? On face value this looks like a sneaky way to discourage growers. I’m not going to takes sides on that idea, but it does seem disingenuous to disguise that agenda as a ‘fire district tax’.

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