Early voting brings cries of bullying
: "One woman who voted early in Boca Raton, at the Southwest County Regional Library, complained that as she stood in line, two men behind her were 'trashing our president,' Fletcher said, declining to identify the woman. She tried to ignore them. Then the man touched her arm and said, 'Who are you voting for?'
'I said, `I don't think that's an appropriate question,'' the woman said she responded.
'Uh oh! We have a Bush supporter here,' screamed the man behind her.
For the 2 1/2 hours she had to wait in line, she was heckled by the man. As they neared the voting room, someone in the rear of the line yelled, 'I sure hope everyone here is voting for Kerry!' she reported.
That's when the man behind her held his hand over her head and screamed, 'We have a Republican right here!' There were 'boos and jeers' from the crowd.
'I felt intimidated, harassed and threatened!' the woman wrote in her complaint to the Republican Party."