I recieved the following e-mail from the Provost of George Mason University at 1:16 AM:

To the Mason Community:

Please note that election day has been moved to November 5th. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you.

Peter N. Stearns

Strange, eh? What the hell is going on? Did someone hijack the Mason Provost’s e-mail account?

Because I recieved this e-mail at 1:10 am:

To the Mason Community:

I hear some troubling rumors, so here are a couple of facts: 1. The election is Nov. 4, for all political parties. The notion that one party votes Nov. 5 is UNTRUE. 2. It is also UNTRUE that any student jeopardizes financial aid by voting.

Peter N. Stearns

How strange is that?

UPDATE: Just received this:

Dear Colleagues,

It has come to my attention early this morning that a message was hacked into the system fraudulently stating that election day has been moved.  I am sure everybody realizes this is a hoax, it is also a serious offense and we are looking into it.  Please be reminded that election day is today, November 4th.

Peter N. Stearns


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