True The Vote Announces New Finding Of Voter Fraud In OH, NY, FL, RI (Absentee Ballot)

True The Vote found more than 19,000 Ohio voters claiming Florida mailing addresses, according to state records. More than 6,390 people hold registrations in both states. True The Vote identified 534 individuals allegedly casting ballots in both Ohio and Florida. Today 34 cases were turned over to federal and state authorities.

“To his credit, Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted has indicated he is taking steps to address the situation with respect to voter roll maintenance,” Engelbrecht said. “However, these findings are particularly troubling given Ohio’s wholesale approach to dispensing absentee ballots for all this year. …The last thing we want is a repeat of the 2000 Election – this time by mail.”

New York & Florida

True The Vote offers new findings of absentee voter fraud between New York and Florida. Citing a new sample of less than one (1) percent of upstate New York voters, TTV found 48,630 voters claiming Florida mailing addresses. Of that sample, more than 19,000 are registered to vote in both states. Today federal and state officials were alerted to 32 new cases of interstate fraud between the Empire and Sunshine States.

Rhode Island & Florida

True The Vote also reports instances of voter fraud between Rhode Island and Florida. After the comprehensive cross-reference process, TTV found 53 Rhode Island voters claimed Florida addresses. More than 15 are currently registered in both states, with two (2) having voted.

Federal and state laws were potentially violated as a result of these activities. Ohio, New York, Rhode Island and Florida each require voters to cast ballots corresponding with their permanent residential addresses. Federal law, specifically 42 U.S.C. § 1973i(e) clearly states that voters cannot cast more than one ballot in the same election.

Read more at canadafreepress.com

Will Voter Fraud Win Election for Obama? 723,620 invalid voter registrations in CA; 30,000 dead on NC rolls; 182,000 who may not be eligible in FL

Many voters I have spoken to recently have expressed concerns regarding the upcoming election.  Although I have met quite a few people who voted for Obama in 2008 and are either supporting Romney or will not vote this year, many still fear the outcome in November.  Not because of those legally voting, but because of voter fraud, absentee balloting, provisional balloting, and the voting zombies who desert the cemeteries each year to cast their ballots.

A good example is the Democratic National Convention…..if you watched the video you know they did not receive the necessary 2/3 votes required to pass the resolution.  I don’t think they even received half of the required votes!  If you missed it you can watch it here.

Although some states have successfully passed voter ID laws, others are being sued by our friends at the Justice Department who claim the move is ‘racist’.  Funny how these same ‘victims’ can come up with a photo ID to get into the DNC!  I think every eligible citizen should have a voter ID card, not just a photo ID.  Virginia has a ‘Motor Voter’ law which allows you to register to vote when you apply for a driver’s license.  Just because you have a driver’s license doesn’t mean you are eligible to vote!  One of the 9/11 hijackers, Mohammed Atta, had a Virginia driver’s license!  Felons are able to obtain driver’s licenses, as are illegal immigrants.  As important as elections are, we need to preserve the legitimacy of our voting process and rights.

As seen below, there are too many instances of voter fraud to ignore the problem!  If Barack Obama wins in November, it will most certainly be due to voter fraud.

While Attorney General Eric Holder and NAACP President Benjamin Jealous lash out at new state laws requiring photo ID for voting, an NAACP executive sits in prison, sentenced for carrying out a massive voter fraud scheme. In April 2011, a Tunica County, Miss., jury convicted NAACP official Lessadolla Sowers on 10 counts of fraudulently casting absentee ballots. Sowers received a five-year prison term for each of the 10 counts.  Sowers was found guilty of voting in the names of Carrie Collins, Walter Howard, Sheena Shelton, Alberta Pickett, Draper Cotton and Eddie Davis. She was also convicted of voting in the names of four dead persons: James L. Young, Dora Price, Dorothy Harris, and David Ross. In the trial, a forensic scientist testified that Sowers’s DNA was found on the inner seals of five envelopes containing absentee ballots.

A local Florida station found an innovative way to check for voter fraud: jury excusal forms. NBC2 compiled a list of jury excusals based on not being a citizen of the United States and compared it to a list of registered voters in two counties. They discovered almost 100 illegally registered voters, many of whom had voted multiple times. “I vote every year,” one woman told NBC2, despite the fact that she is not a US citizen. The woman had told the court that she couldn’t serve on a jury because she wasn’t a US citizen, but she doesn’t seem to have a problem voting like one. Based on the NBC2 investigation, local election offices say they’ll now request a copy of every jury excusal form where residents say they can’t serve because they’re not a citizen.  This should be mandatory in every state!

Before Its News reports:

California’s database shows 723,620 voter registrations, which are invalid due to missing birth date. CA elections code 2150, 2152 stipulate that an affidavit from an elector has to contain a valid birth date, valid country of origin, a Social Security number, drivers license or a number assigned to the voter if there is no Social Security number or Drivers License number. Aside from some 700,000 registrations without a birth date, there were over half a million registrations without a country of origin. Additionally, employees of offices of several registrars admitted that in some cases, where the databases did not contain a birth date, they simply created one, assigned a birth date such as 01.01.1850 or 01.01.1900. Consequently, thousands more potentially invalid registrations are contained in the databases, where data shows individuals, who are 150 years old and 200 years old still voting.

North Carolina News Network provided the following information:

Some county election boards across North Carolina are not doing a very good job of removing dead voters from their rolls, according to a group that keeps track of the statistics.  …..they found the names of 30,000 dead North Carolina voters who are still on voter rolls across the state.

From Letting Freedom Ring:

Federal authorities are demanding that Florida halt its push to remove ineligible voters from the voter rolls. In a move that comes just months before the state could play a pivotal role  in the 2012 presidential election, the U.S. Department of Justice contends that the state is violating federal law in its effort to identify and remove  ineligible voters. Florida, at the urging of Republican Gov. Rick Scott, began looking for non-U.S. citizens on its voter rolls last year. An initial search turned up as  many as 182,000 registered voters who may not be U.S. citizens.

Some other examples include:

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) – A Democratic state legislator from east Arkansas, his father and two campaign workers pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit election fraud after federal prosecutors said the lawmaker’s campaign bribed absentee voters and destroyed ballots in a special election last year. Read more here.

Prosecutors in South Bend, Ind., filed charges against four St. Joseph County Democratic officials and deputies as part of a multiple-felony case involving the alleged forging of Democratic presidential primary petitions in the 2008 election, which put then-candidates Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton on the Indiana ballot.  Read more here.

November 1, 2011 – 8 were arrested for absentee voter fraud in Madison County, Florida. The case began when the Florida’s Division of Elections notified FDLE and FBI that “an extraordinarily disproportionate amount of absentee votes,” had been cast in the District 1 school board race. The eight suspects were arrested on November 1, 2011.  Read more here.

7 Democrats Arrested in New York for actual Voter Fraud via Absentee Ballots – 4 Plead Guilty while the other 3 opt for a trial. The group forged signatures on applications for absentee ballots and on the ballots themselves in a 2009 primary of the Working Families Party, which was affiliated with now-defunct community group ACORN. Voters whose signatures were forged expressed outrage to Fox. “I feel extremely violated,” said Brian Suozzo. In November 2009, Democratic operative Anthony DeFiglio told New York State police investigators that faking absentee ballots was a commonplace and accepted practice in political circles, all intended to swing an election. Read more here.

12 Democrats have been Charged in Georgia for Absentee Ballot Voter Fraud – Case in point: November 23, 2011 – 12 people have been charged in Georgia for voter fraud as they used absentee ballots to skew an in election in Georgia. The 12 people charged are ALL with the Democrat Party. The defendants include some workers in the voter registrar’s office and some school board members.  Read more here.

FOUR Wake County, North Carolina, Democrats have admitted to voter fraud charges, according to local news reports. Kierra Fontae Leache, Shelia Romona Hodges and Brandon Earl Mclean each admitted to casting two ballots in recent elections. Local reports indicate all three voted for President Barack Obama twice in 2008.   Read more here.

These are not the only instances and we need to be alert, informed and proactive. We must all do we can to stop and/or report abuses of voter fraud.  If you know of other cases, please feel free to share them.

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Rep. Allen West’s Chick-fil-A Treat Gnaws at Black Caucus – And Typical West Response to the Idiocity

The Congressional Black Caucus, and Alcee Hastings in particular, need to get a grip on reality.  They are apparently ‘offended’ by Congressman Allen West’s serving of Chick-fil-A at a CBC meeting SIX MONTHS ago!  Really???  Offended???  This was six months prior to the recent Chick-fil-A flap – and they are just now offended?

Below are several news articles regarding the CBC outrage and a typical Allen West video response to the idiocity.

The following is from Amy Bingham at ABC News:

While Rep. Alcee Hastings, D-Fla., said members of the Congressional Black Caucus have lunched on fried chicken in the past,  when the group’s only Republican member, Rep. Allen West of Florida, brought Chick-fil-A for his turn to provide lunch, Hastings told the Huffington Post ”every member” of the group was offended.

West provided the now-controversial chicken sandwiches about six months ago, but Hastings’ recollection of the delivery carries fresh potency in light of Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy’s open support for a “biblical definition” of marriage.

Gay rights activists were incensed by Cathy’s statements and staged a boycott of the chicken chain.  Although the caucus’ Chick-fil-A delivery took place before the recent hullabaloo, Hastings said, he saw it as an “in your face” way for West to make a statement in support of the company’s conservative views, which the primarily Democratic group does not share.

“He did it deliberately,” Hastings told the Huffington Post  Monday. “Every member of the Congressional Black Caucus that was there was offended.”

West spokeswoman Angela Melvin said his choice of Chick-fil-A “had nothing to do” with the company’s values or stance on marriage.

“He loves Chick-fil-A,” Melvin told ABC News. “Catered the event on something that was affordable and what average Americans eat. The fact that Mr. Hastings would turn this into anything else is laughable and desperate.”

Melvin said West spent about $600 on the Chick-fil-A meal and that there was “not a plate left” by the end of the meeting.

West expressed his support for Chick-fil-A during an interview in Chicago last week,  telling CNBC that he wanted to open his own franchise.

“I had to come up from down South because I wanted to try to open up a Chick-fil-A franchise here in Chicago,” West said in an interview with CNBC’s Rick Santelli.

Melvin said the congressman was “being sarcastic” and does not intend to open a Chick-fil-A. West’s remarks came one week after Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel said “Chick-fil-A’s values are not Chicago’s values.  … And if you’re going to be part of the Chicago community, you should reflect Chicago values.”

When Santelli asked West whether it struck him as “a bit unusual” that the mayor would threaten to block a business based on the beliefs of its owner, West said he wasn’t surprised by how “the other side” reacted.

“It doesn’t when you understand the other side, the liberal side, because free speech is only free if you agree with what they say and what they believe,” West said.

Read more here.

 And this from the Atlanta Black Star:

Florida Republican Congressman Allen West has raised the ire of the Congressional Black Caucus for delivering Chick-fil-A chicken and biscuits to their weekly meeting, then walking out. Though it happened six months ago, Florida Rep. Alcee Hastings said he has no doubt that West meant the gesture as an “in your face” challenge to the members of the Congressional Black Caucus. West, the only Republican member of the CBC, has made statements recently in support of the restaurant chain and its president Dan Cathy, who is a vocal opponent of gay marriage and has contributed money to fight it.

“We have a rotation in the Congressional Black Caucus where every member provides the lunch one of the weeks when we meet,” Hastings said in a Monday interview with the Huffington Post. “We have fried chicken. And we have catfish and BBQ. We do not have watermelon, although sometimes people will have fruit. We serve a full course meal with collard greens. We have Jamaican beans and rice.”

But when it was West’s turn to provide the lunch, Hastings said, he “sent Chick-fil-A with biscuits. Ok?” And then he turned around and walked out—and has never been seen again at a CBC meeting.

“That was an ‘in your face.’ Every member of the Congressional Black Caucus that was there was offended,” said Hastings, whose district abuts West’s in Florida.

When asked why they were offended, Hastings said, “He did it deliberately,” Hastings said. He said they saw West’s message as, “You know, ‘That’s what I think of you all.’”

Read more here.

In typical Allen West style he responded with the following:  “When I brought in the Chick-fil-A… at the end of the meeting, there was nothing left.”

H/T Tanya Green

Allen West: To Liberals, Safety Net Has Become a Hammock (And a Way of Life?)

By WILLIAM BERGSTROM via Politico

In a recent sit-down with The Atlas Society, Rep. Allen West warned that America could become “a socialist  egalitarian nanny state” and that liberals view the government’s safety net as a  hammock.

He also said the novel after which the D.C.-based  organization is named — Ayn Rand’s “Atlas Shrugged” — belongs behind just one  other book.

“I think that ‘Atlas Shrugged’ is the most  widely read book second only to the Bible, which is a good thing,” West said in an interview posted yesterday to The Atlas  Society’s website.

Asked if he’s ever criticized for his admiration of Ayn  Rand, West replied, “I get criticized for a lot of things, but that does not  bother me one bit because as they say in the military, you only take flack if  you are over the target.”

And the Florida  Republican’s target during this interview was, per usual, the opposing side.

“Conservatives believe that ever person who comes to  America or is born here, they have a ladder that they are given as their  birthright or becoming a citizen,” he said. “Sometimes you fall off of that  ladder, but we believe that there is a safety net that is there, and that safety  net is to catch you and get you to bounce back up and continue to climb on the  ladder. That’s what conservatives believe.

“But liberals tend to believe that the safety net is a  hammock, so you can stay there the rest of your life.”

Read more here.

Herman Cain and Ken Blackwell to Eric Holder: States Should Not Have to Sue Government to Protect Citizens’ Sacred Right to Vote.

Herman Cain and Ken Blackwell join forces to protect your vote. Voter ID laws offer a “reasonable safeguard” to protect against voter fraud and ballot-box stuffing.

They want to know why Holder won’t prosecute those involved in voter intimidation but will sue states who are trying to protect against voter fraud!  According to Blackwell, “Protecting the integrity of the ballot box is essential to our democracy.”

Holder’s DOJ Halts Florida Effort to Remove Ineligible Voters from Rolls – Obama Can’t Win Florida w/o Voter Fraud!

Via Fox News
Kasey’s Note:  The hypocrisy of the left is astounding.  Democrats say Requiring Photo ID is Voter Suppression; yet For Massachusetts Democrats….No Entry to Convention Without Photo ID. Even better – Unions Also Require Photo ID to Vote.

TALLAHASSEE, Fla –  Federal authorities  are demanding that Florida halt its push to remove ineligible voters from the  voter rolls.

In a move that comes just months before the state could play a pivotal role  in the 2012 presidential election, the U.S. Department of Justice contends that  the state is violating federal law in its effort to identify and remove  ineligible voters.

For Video click here.

The state’s effort has already come under fire from local election  supervisors who belong to both political parties, as well as Democratic members  of Congress and voting rights groups.

Chris Cate, a spokesman for the Florida Department of State, said state  officials were still reviewing the letter, but hinted Florida may fight federal  authorities.

“Bottom line is we are firmly committed to doing the right thing and  preventing ineligible voters from being able to cast a ballot,” Cate said.

Florida, at the urging of Republican Gov. Rick Scott, began looking for  non-U.S. citizens on its voter rolls last year. An initial search turned up as  many as 182,000 registered voters who may not be U.S. citizens.

Earlier this year state officials sent to local election officials a much  smaller list of more than 2,600 voters and asked supervisors to start the  process to remove them from the rolls.

Supervisors, however, have loudly questioned the accuracy of the list, with  one GOP supervisor going on Twitter to show the picture of a U.S. passport of  one voter found on the list. Earlier this week two Democratic members of  Congress held a press conference with a World War II veteran whose citizenship  had been questioned.

Federal officials said that the procedures the state is using to identify  non-U.S. citizens has not been reviewed to make sure they are not  discriminatory. Florida must get approval for changes in voting procedures  because five counties are still covered by the Voting Rights Act of 1965.

T. Christian Herren, chief of the voting section of the civil rights  division, also said that removing voters from the rolls less than 90 days before  a federal election also appears to violate federal law. Florida’s primary  election is Aug. 14.

Herren’s letter gives Florida until June 6 to tell federal authorities  whether they plan to halt the purge.

Voting rights groups who had called on the U.S. Department of Justice to  intervene praised the decision.

“We commend the attorney general of the United States Eric Holder for  ensuring that the right to vote, the fundamental pillar of our democracy is  protected for all American citizens,” said Advancement Project co-director Penda  Hair in a statement.

The intervention of the U.S. Department of Justice came the same day that  Florida officials were trying to get another federal agency to help the state  verify the citizenship status of thousands of voters.

Secretary of State Kent Detzner wants the U.S. Department of Homeland  Security to let Florida have access to an immigration database maintained by the  federal government.

“I hope you will understand the importance of making sure the vote of an  eligible voter is not diminished by the vote of ineligible voter and provide my  department the access it needs,” Detzner wrote to Secretary Janet  Napolitano.

A Department of Homeland Security official said Thursday that the federal  agency is aware of Florida’s request but that there a “number of legal and  operational challenges” to granting the state access.

Detzner in his letter said that while Florida’s initial list was “credible  and reliable” he acknowledged that his department’s ability to “validate a  person’s legal status as up to date was limited.” The first list was drawn by  comparing driver’s licenses to voter registration lists. The Department of  Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles initially planned to double-check its  information with the federal database but has since been told that is not  permitted.

Even without access to the federal database Cate had said the state is likely  to circulate additional names to election supervisors in the weeks ahead.

But some election supervisors are already saying that they will ignore any  additional names given to them by the Florida Department of State.

“It’s illegal under federal law and I’m going to follow the law,” said Leon  County Supervisor of Elections Ion Sancho.

Read more at Fox News

The Strange-Strange World of Eric Holder

Kasey Jachim:

Eric Holder’s fantasy world is most people’s dreams on steroids! His distinction between fact and fiction; truth and lies; reality and make-believe is non-existent. This man-child protege of our man-child President needs a reality check and will hopefully receive one in November!!!

Originally posted on Gds44's Blog:

The Strange-Strange World of Eric Holder | Grumpy Opinions.

I don’t have the time or the inclination, but somebody could build an entire website around Eric Holder’s apparent conflicts with reality.

 

 

It seems like almost everything he does is totally alien to the average American.  He seems to find it offensive that several states want to purge the voter rolls of people who are dead. It infuriates him that several states actually want to send illegal aliens home, instead of allowing them to infiltrate our country and live at our expense.

He does not seem overly concerned about the deaths of at least 200 Mexicans and two American Border Patrol Agents because of an illegal operation people in his department conceived and then bungled, in fact he believes trying to find out what happened is a racist attack on him personally.  While we’re on the subject of racism, he…

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53,000 Dead Voters Found in Florida – How Many in Your State???

By J. Christian Adams via PJ Media

I have learned that Florida election officials are set to announce that the secretary of state has discovered and purged up to 53,000 dead voters from the voter rolls in Florida.

How could 53,000 dead voters have sat on the polls for so long?  Simple. Because Florida hadn’t been using the best available data revealing which voters have died.  Florida is now using the nationwide Social Security Death Index for determining which voters should be purged because they have died.

Here is the bad news.  Most states aren’t using the same database that Florida is.  In fact, I have heard reports that some election officials won’t even remove voters even when they are presented with a death certificate.  That means that voter rolls across the nation still are filled with dead voters, even if Florida is leading the way in detecting and removing them.

But surely people aren’t voting in the names of dead voters, the voter fraud deniers argue.  Wrong.

Keaton

Consider the case of Lafayette Keaton.  Keaton not only voted for a dead person in Oregon, he voted for his dead son.  Making Keaton’s fraud easier was Oregon’s vote by mail scheme, which has opened up gaping holes in the integrity of elections.  The incident in Oregon just scratches the surface of the problem.  Massachusetts and Mississippi are but two other examples of the dead rising on election day.

Florida should be applauded for taking the problem seriously, even if Eric Holder’s Justice Department and many state election officials don’t.

Related: League of Women Voters Aren’t Nonpartisan.

Also Related: From July 2010, Lawlessness at the DOJ: Voting Section Told Not To Enforce Purging the Dead or Ineligible from Voting Rolls

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The coming tsunami of voter fraud!!!

By Judson Phillips via Tea Party Nation

 

When the Democrats, aided and abetted by the RINO establishment, pushed the  Motor Voter law through, they had one thing in mind.  They wanted to get as many unlawful voters registered so they could steal elections.

With Florida probably being THE swing state this year, we should all be alarmed by this news.

From Reuters:

Florida election authorities are examining about 180,000 people who they say may not be U.S. citizens but are registered to vote in the state, an official said on Friday.

State officials are updating Florida’s voter rolls ahead of the U.S. presidential election in November. Florida is home to a large Latino population and is expected to be a critical swing state in the contest between Democratic President Barack Obama and presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney.

Florida’s Division of Elections said it is checking the citizenship of voters by comparing its databases with those of the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, which keeps track of whether a licensed driver is also a U.S. citizen.

Similar efforts have been carried out by state authorities in Colorado and New Mexico, which also have large Latino communities.

“We’re going to vet a list of 180,000 people to try to come up with a real number,” said Chris Cate, a spokesman for Florida’s Division of Elections. “We don’t want to jump to conclusions without a thorough investigation.”

Officials in Florida have so far identified more than 2,600 potential voters who may not be U.S. citizens and sent their information to local election authorities, Cate said.

Drivers in Florida are required to show proof of their legal status when they get a driver’s license or renew an old one.

Cate said cross-referencing voter rolls with the highway department information could help better determine whether voters are U.S. citizens, but he added the information was sometimes incomplete.

“Their last contact with the highway department may have been four or five years ago and they could have had the chance to become a citizen since then,” he said.

Potential non-citizen voters are notified by mail and given 30 days to respond.

You can bet your last dollar the Obama campaign and the Party of Treason are going to pull every trick out to try and steal this election this fall.    This is why we need voter ID laws.

Americans must have confidence our elections are fair.   If the Obama Regime tries to or even manages to steal this election this fall, all bets are off.

It is up to we the people to make sure they do not steal this election and make sure we get voter ID laws in all 50 states to make sure the Democrats never steal another election.

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Mitt Romney and Allen West : A Match Made in Heaven

By Peter Paton via Tea Party Nation

speaking at CPAC in Washington D.C. on Februar...

Mitt Romney is an extremely rich man and he has spent a tremendous amount of money in the Republican Primary Race to establish himself as the front runner, however he is not liked by a substantial amount of Republicans and Tea Party followers, who view Romney as being too liberal for their liking, and not connecting with them on a personal level. Apart from this disadvantage, Mitt if nominated, will face an incumbent President Barack Hussein Obama who has a $1 Billion Election War Chest, and who has a stranglehold on the Liberal Media and Press, who will undoubtedly run a ruthless  negative campaign to paint Mitt Romney as a devotee of Romneycare and other like minded Liberal policies when he was Governor of Massachuttess

To offset these disadvantages, there are some on the Right, who strongly feel that Mitt should pick the combative and black Congressman Allen West of Florida 22, who is deeply popular with the Tea Party, the ordinary rank and file Conservative on the street, and the Jewish Right, and who would bring a degree of charisma and populist appeal to the ticket, and greatly increase Romney’s chances of defeating Obama in November 2012. Colonel Allen West would be key to Romney securing the crucial swing blue collar States of Florida, North Carolina, Indiana, Pennsylvannia and Illinois. West would also be the perfect pick to help Romney to eat into Obama’s Black, Jewish and Latino support which will be of paramount importance to who eventually wins the Presidential Race.

Peter Paton is an International PR and Strategic Adviser

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