This is one reason not to have people working for the government. The article from the Winston-Salem Journal
Some 6,400 staffers and students at Winston-Salem State University received e-mail exhortations Monday to take advantage of early voting and help the Democratic Party, setting off local Republicans.
After a complaint by Nathan Tabor, the chairman of the Forsyth County GOP, university officials acknowledged that the e-mail — sent from the student-affairs division — was improper. . . .
Tabor said he’s upset that he had to call the university and complain.
“That is a tax-funded school,” Tabor said, calling the original e-mail “highly illegal and unethical.”
The university said it would try to discover who sent out the e-mail and whether it was sent intentionally or accidentally in a partisan form.
Early voting started last Thursday in Forsyth County and runs through Oct. 30. Election Day is Nov. 2. . . . .
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