UPDATE: Brian's Blog received an email (not from Karen Carson) stating "Karen Carson's voting record in Knox County (she was a registered voter in other locations, long before 1992) is a public record" Here is a scan of the voter application that was signed on 2-7-92. Please note Question 7 ask Where you were last registered to vote? As you can see. Hand written is 1st reg.
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Original Post January 16, 2008 5:45 p.m. The Brian's Blog research team has been looking into the voting history of political candidates that are on the February 5, 2008 ballot. Citizens voting history is public record, it only reveals if you voted Democrat or Republican, not what candidate you voted for.
The voting history of our founder and President Brian Hornback was reviewed today. He registered to vote the day after he turned 18. He has NEVER missed an election and in EVERY primary, he has voted Republican.
In reviewing Fifth District School Board Member Karen Carson's voting history it revealed something interesting. A few months ago on the local liberal blog, she stated that she is a member of the Concord-Farragut Republican Club. However, her voting record reveals that on February 10, 2004 she voted in the Democrat primary. She also voted Democrat in August 1996. She only first registered to vote in February 1992 for the first time.
Now back to the February 2004 Democrat Presidential Primary, which Democrat presidential candidate do you think she cast a preference for? The percentage of votes for the minority party candidates in February 2004 were.
John F. Kerry garnered 52% of the vote.
John Edwards garnered 27% of the vote.
Wesley Clark garnered 23% of the vote.
Howard Dean garnered 4% of the vote.
Al Sharpton garnered 2% of the vote.
Dennis J. Kucinich garnered 1% of the vote.
Carol Moseley Braun
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
or was she one of the votes for John Greene, Democrat candidate for Second District U.S. House of Representatives against our Congressman John J. Duncan, Jr.?
In August of 2004, she did vote in the Republican primary. However, her campaign treasurer was on the Republican primary ballot and lost by a heavy margin to State Representative Park M. "Parkey" Strader.