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Democrat Voter Fraud - ACORN is at it again...

by Edward ODaniel / October 20, 2006 10:20 AM PDT

Democrat Voter Fraud in Missouri, based on reports by PubDef.ne

AUDIO - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nwlhTirWCGk

http://www.news-leader.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20061012/BREAKING01/61012016

St. Louis ? The Missouri Republican Party has asked federal election regulators to investigate whether a group that registers voters illegally campaigned for Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Claire McCaskill.

The complaint sent to the Federal Elections Commission this week points to an online video testimony from former employees of the St. Louis branch of the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now ? or ACORN.

The video, produced by Pubdef.net, an online political blog based in St. Louis, shows two ACORN workers protesting last week that they were never paid for signing up new voters. Two workers said in the video they were told by ACORN to solicit votes for McCaskill while registering voters.


http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/011255.php
Vote fraud and voter registration fraud were significant problems in at least a dozen states around the county. Vote fraud is a reality in America that occurred not only in large battleground states like Wisconsin but in places like Alabama and Kentucky. The record indicates that in 2004, voter registration fraud was mainly the work of so-called ?nonpartisan? groups such as Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) and NAACP National Voter Fund. Examples include:

* Joint task force in Wisconsin found ?clear evidence of fraud in the Nov. 2 election in Milwaukee,? including more than 200 felon voters, more than 100 double voters and thousands more ballots cast than voters recorded as having voted in the city.

* NAACP National Voter Fund worker in Ohio paid crack cocaine in exchange for a large number of fraudulent voter registration cards in names of **** Tracy, Mary Poppins and other fictional characters.

* Former ACORN worker said there was ?a lot of fraud committed? by group in Florida, as ACORN workers submitted thousands of fraudulent registrations in a dozen states across the country, resulting in a statewide investigation of the group in Florida and multiple indictments and convictions of ACORN/Project Vote workers for voter registration fraud in several states.


American Center for Voting Rights Study:
http://www.ac4vr.com/reports/072005/default.html

Should be enough to keep DK from mouthing off about Republicans involved in voter fraud becaue republicans aren't even managing to keep up as a close second to Democrats. Should, but won't as once again he will fail to bother reading anything so he can continue to mouth the lies of the past in the future.

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