IT'S A BLOODY NUISANCE THAT WE LET THE PEASANTS VOTE AT ALL
From an article on early voting in tomorrow's New York Times:
"It's certainly altered our campaigning," said Matthew Miller, Florida spokesman for the Kerry campaign, citing special "early voting rallies" both Mr. Kerry and his running mate, Senator John Edwards, have held. The rallies often end with offers of a free bus ride to the polling site.
William R. Scherer, a Fort Lauderdale lawyer working for the Republicans, said that his party had no need for such stunts. "We don't need to bus," he said. "Most of our people have cars."