Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Rendell frets about rain hurting turnout, Specter

12:00 p.m.: Voter turnout in Philadelphia said to be low, with most blaming it on the rain. One poll worker in Wynnefield now on Channel 6 noon news, saying just 79 voters have made it to the polls.

That low turnout in the city does not bode well for Specter.

Gov. Ed Rendell admitted as much, saying that if it rains consistently it would hold down city vote and that would not be good for his guy in the race, Specter.

Committee of Seventy indicating no problems being reported so far in the city.


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