I just hope she's heard about this: New Florida vote scandal feared.
Two e-mails, prepared for the executive director of the Bush campaign in Florida and the campaign's national research director in Washington DC, contain a 15-page so-called "caging list".
It lists 1,886 names and addresses of voters in predominantly black and traditionally Democrat areas of Jacksonville, Florida.
An elections supervisor in Tallahassee, when shown the list, told Newsnight: "The only possible reason why they would keep such a thing is to challenge voters on election day."
Ion Sancho, a Democrat, noted that Florida law allows political party operatives inside polling stations to stop voters from obtaining a ballot.
(Greg Palast, for the BBC.)
These so-called "caging" emails (one & two) were caught at georgewbush.org (pro-democrat site), when people mis-addressed emails intended for georgewbush.com (the official re-election site), where they were gathered up merrily by a wildcard email trap before being forwarded on to Palast. Or so it seems.
Ever feel like there's too much information to make an informed decision? Sandy! Sandy?