One-Act Plays

by Henry Scanlon

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Voter Fraud: A precinct captain’s guide to outcome enhancement

A Play in One Act, Endlessly Repeated…

[SCENE: Basement meeting hall, Anytown, USA. Shirtsleeves rolled, brow glistening, a middle-aged Precinct Captain commands the room...)

PRECINCT CAPTAIN: Okay, lookit: I’m only going to say this once, so pay attention. I don’t want to hear anybody using the term [air quotes] “voter fraud”. That’s number one. It has a bad connotation. When you use a word like “fraud”, what do people think of? Anybody? That’s right—cheating. You know: dishonesty—double-dealing, double-dipping and double-crossing. Double everything. We don’t want that. We don’t want the word “fraud” anywhere in the vicinity. So what are we talking about, then? Anybody? continue reading


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