Another out of state Ohio voter
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 | Read More »
Who returned 70 unsigned absentee ballots in Ohio?
Cross-posted from Election Journal, your source for election fraud information. The Dayton Daily News reports that Miami County election officials are trying to figure out how 70 unsigned, but otherwise voted, absentee ballots were returned to the board of elections: Miami County election officials Friday, Oct. 31, asked prosecutors and the sheriff’s office to investigate suspected voter fraud involving at least 70 absentee ballots. Elections | Read More »
Who fraudulently voted Christina Garcia?
The Des Moines Register offers an example of a dementia patient voting by absentee ballot: Reports that an 87-year-old Council Bluffs woman was allegedly pressured to vote absentee by a Democratic campaign volunteer raise suspicions that some people who have diminished mental capacity are being targeted, a Republican official said Wednesday. The allegation by Chris Taylor, a spokesman for the Republican National Committee, refers to | Read More »
Does Time know what either “fact” or “check” mean?
Since the indictment and conviction of Ted Stevens, Time ran a series on indicted Senators. One that they discussed was John Smith from OH 1803-1809. They describe him as a “Republican” from Ohio. That’s funny. First of all, his party affiliation, as described by the Congressional Bioguide as “Democratic Republican”. Any person who knows anything about American political history knows that this was the predecessor | Read More »
The Obama-Frank defense cuts create an opening
My friend and colleague, Patrick Ottenhoff, had an interesting analysis of Virginia back in June that could be on the money: Major federal contractors set up shop in Northern Virginia and, in turn, subcontracted work to technology firms that hired accountants and lawyers. The young professionals who work at those firms in Tysons Corner, Reston and Ashburn are part of Obama’s core constituency. But the | Read More »
NM-2: Sexual Harassment defendants make bad Congressmen
A bad year for Republicans might give New Mexicans a bad Congressman: Help Ed Tinsley and don’t let this defendant go to Congress.
Rokey is all alone with the military ballots he won’t count
Today, the Fairfax Times reports that Rokey Suleman still is not counting those military ballots we have been telling you about: “It kills me to not count those votes,” Suleman said. “As much as I hate the law, I can’t ignore it.” Rokey must know something we don’t know. And something that the State Board of Elections doesn’t know, because they have told him the | Read More »
AK Democrats defend Sarah Palin on pipeline
The Juneau Empire notes that Alaska Democrats are defending Sarah Palin on the pipeline and demonstrates how poor a job the AP is doing: Alaska legislators are criticizing a story on Gov. Sarah Palin by The Associated Press that challenged Palin’s top accomplishment as governor – jump-starting progress on a natural gas pipeline. “I thought it was a pretty shoddy reporting job, honestly,” said Sen. | Read More »
Why does Rokey Suleman think our soldiers don’t deserve to vote?
Rokey Suleman is a bad person. Earlier I introduced you to him as someone who is not counting military ballots in Fairfax County, Virginia, in spite of the recommendation of the Virginia Board of Elections. Now he is doing so in defiance of a the State’s Attorney General, who issued an advisory opinion: Virginia AG Opinion that absentee ballots must be counted – Upload a | Read More »
Ask Rokey Suleman to count the votes of American soldiers
Meet Fairfax Co. Registrar Rokey Suleman. He has decided to reject absentee ballots from American soldiers stationed overseas. In fact, some of the ballots he’s not counting are those from military personnel serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. Mr. Suleman is using a technicality to throw out hundreds of our brave soldier’s votes. Except that Marc Ambinder reports that the Suleman is getting the technicalities wrong. | Read More »
Fake IA voter gets an absentee ballot … in Rome
A bunch of election fraud blogs have popped up in individual states. Here’s a great one from Iowa with a great story. In this case, fraudulent voter registration led to an absentee ballot being sent to one of the fake people … in Rome: A concerned citizen from Sioux City, IA made a trip to her auditor’s office last week to inquire into some political | Read More »
Dem Senator calls to reinstate the Fairness Doctrine
H/T to Dan Riehl for this: If the Democrats get to 60 seats in the Senate, this is one of the many things that they will do to rig the system in their favor. Last week, I wrote up a list of other things that they will try.
Our allies prepare for Obama’s damaging economic policies
This morning’s WSJ notes an agreement between Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and French President (and rotating EU President) Nicolas Sarkozy to expand trade relations: Prime Minister Stephen Harper and President Nicolas Sarkozy of France signed an agreement Friday to begin negotiations for a free trade pact between Canada and the European Union. A Canada-EU study released last week outlines the joint economic benefits of | Read More »
Does EJ Dionne have editors?
In this morning’s Washington Post, EJ Dionne, in a screed against the right, asks: Yet McCain’s own campaign is playing with powerful extremist themes to denigrate Obama. When his running mate, Sarah Palin, first brought up Obama’s association with 1960s radical Bill Ayers, who has become a centerpiece of McCain’s attacks, she accused Obama of “palling around with terrorists.” What other “terrorists” was she thinking | Read More »
Several things to note from the Canadian elections. The Conservatives picked up 19 seats, but only 1.1% of the vote and the lowest turnout in Canadian history. The most significant feature of this election was the collapse of the Liberal Party out west and in Ontario. (they actually beat many polls in Quebec) The socialist party, the New Democratic Party or NDP, cut into Liberal | Read More »
Today, the Canadians vote
Today, Canadians vote. In the last election, the Conservative Party of Canada (CPC) achieved a minority government (meaning the largest block in parliament without having a majority), their first victory since the disastrous election of 1993 when the Progressive Conservatives went from an outright majority to 2 seats. Prime Minster Stephen Harper’s government, elected in February 2006, has been the longest serving minority government in | Read More »
McCain campaign attacking Fannie Mae in slideshow [UPDATED]
[UPDATE: If you read the Ambinder piece, you'll see that this was leaked to Marc: it's an internal document designed to make sure that the GOP's people are up to speed on this issue. - Moe Lane] This makes a good point. Congress (Republican and Democratic) attacked Enron, but nothing against the politically connected Fannie Mae. Here’s a slide show, care of Marc Ambinder, that | Read More »
Fox covering Ohio voting irregularities
Fox is covering the voting issues in OH: Transcript after the jump:
OH SoS rejecting election observers
Early voting is taking place in Ohio. Through the end of the week, people can register and vote on the same day. The Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner argues that they are merely "casting their ballot" rather than "voting" so the fact that Ohio statute requires 30 days between registering and voting would not interfere. So here is what is happening today. People are | Read More »
Democratic leadership wanted the bailout to fail
Earlier Redstate’s Pejman Yousefzadeh argued that Nancy Pelosi misread her caucus. I have an alternative hypothesis: she wanted the bill to fail. I have three pieces of evidence. First, yesterday, Rep. Jim Clyburn (D-SC), the House Majority Whip told the Politico that he was not whipping the vote and was not asked to whip the vote: Asked about Monday’s vote on the bailout bill, House | Read More »