First reports of Wisconsin recall petition fraud?
Could be, could be: The Racine County Sheriff’s Office is continuing to investigate possible fraudulent recall signatures collected by Mark Demet, a Racine man whose brother’s signature was found four times on petitions to recall Sen. Van Wanggaard, R-Racine. His mother’s signature was also found twice. But both say they didn’t sign, said Capt. Thomas Lamke of the Racine County Sheriff’s Office. This is, by | Read More »
Project Veritas stings New Hampshire Voter ID-less laws.
Contrary to Matt Lewis, this is not unbelievable. This is why we insist on Voter ID laws. To summarize the video, James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas sent a couple of people to New Hampshire primary polling places claiming that they were individuals that had actually died in the last couple months. They were, of course, secretly filming the proceedings… and came away with footage of multiple | Read More »
Artur Davis (D, apostate) admits he got Voter ID wrong.
Which begs the question: what else did former Alabama Congressman Artur Davis* (D) get wrong? I’ve changed my mind on voter ID laws — I think Alabama did the right thing in passing one — and I wish I had gotten it right when I was in political office. [snip] Voting the names of the dead, and the nonexistent, and the too-mentally-impaired to function, cancels | Read More »
200,000 questionable ballots in Ohio.
All of this H/T AoSHQ, by the way. Anyway, in reverse order: Michelle Malkin has the details about the Vote from Home idiots, a bunch of whom took the time to get absentee ballots that they didn’t have a right to have while engaging in voter registration fraud in Ohio. Yes, I think that being caught committing actual voter fraud pretty much eliminates any hope | Read More »
And while we’re on the subject of ACORN…
…this dispute has, indeed, mainstreamed. Favorably to us: (Also via Hot Air)
“To say that ACORN is left-leaning is like saying Terry Bradshaw may be bald.”
Those wishing that they wouldn’t, contemplate this: we’ve gotten a lot of people lately around here who have registered for the express purpose of telling us to stop. Usually with a certain nervous bravado. Just saying, that’s all. (Via Hot Air)
105% of Indianapolis registered to vote!
It’s like this. Brendan O’Shaughnessy of IndyStar reports that: In the county, 677,401 voters were registered as of Monday evening; that number was expected to continue growing as last-minute registrations are entered into the system. In 2004, the county had 602,918 registered voters. Meanwhile, Ogden on Politics went and looked up the population of Marion County, Indiana. In 2007, it was 876,804. No problem, right? | Read More »
What, *another* ACORN voter fraud event?
The latest report on the Democrat-allied activist group comes from Connecticut. Nice to know that they’re branching out past the battlefield states: HARTFORD — The State Elections Enforcement Commission has opened an investigation into allegations that a community activist organization submitted at least 10 false voter-registration cards in Bridgeport. One of the phony registrations was for a 7-year-old girl in the Marina Village housing complex, | Read More »
And today’s ACORN election fraud story comes to us from Milwaukee.
The Democrat-affiliated ACORN is making news again: Felon accused of voting violations Milwaukee County prosecutors Tuesday charged a convicted felon with illegally registering himself and others to vote between his conviction and his sentencing. The complaint accuses Adam Mucklin, 22, of registering to vote in June, after he was convicted of battery in April, and after a judge told him he couldn’t vote as a | Read More »