And down the stretch they come! It’s Patronage on the inside, half a length ahead of Gerrymandering, with Jobs, Jobs, Jobs on the outside. And here’s Special Interest making a run. Patronage and Gerrymandering are neck and neck, with Special Interest closing fast. And at the wire, it’s —
It’s another absurd Massachusetts ballot question!
Question 1 on the November ballot, “Expanded Slot-Machine Gaming,” asks voters to approve one additional category 2 license to permit “… the operation of a gaming establishment with no table games and not more than 1,250 slot machines.”
Lest you think this license would be open to anyone, remember that this is Massachusetts.