Cross-posted from Election Journal, your source for breaking election fraud news.
Yet another out-of-state Ohio voter was discovered, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer:
A Connecticut man apparently registered to vote and cast a ballot in Hamilton County while visiting during the so-called "golden week" when anyone in Ohio could register and vote at the same time.The man's ballot is being held at the request of a special prosecutor handling a voter-fraud investigation in Hamilton County.
This person appears to have been participating in something like the Vote from Home strategy, where people come in from out of state and register during same-day registration and voting. Note that this was only discovered when the voter himself reported it:
Further details on the out-of-state voter were not available. The elections board said the man called the board and requested that his ballot be pulled and not counted.
How many voters didn't report their own participation in fraud? Furthermore, what if he had voted on an electronic machine, so his vote couldn't be pulled? Election Journal interviewed several people who did that here and here. Note also that if Secretary of State Jenniffer Brunner had required HAVA checks, this registration would have likely been caught.