My dad was not a drinking man, but every 1930s and 1940s West Virginia presidential election year he would really tie one on. Not to celebrate the candidate that won (Roosevelt always won), but because moonshine flowed freely from the back of a pickup truck. So, if Douglas County Clerk Klutz really wants to rig an election, he should rig it the old-fashioned way, but with the modern equivalent of moonshine, Jack Daniels Tennessee Honey. That is vote-changing stuff.
Roy Legg, Highlands Ranch