Sunday, October 19, 2008

Is This Voter Fraud?

Suspected voter fraud in Ohio.

Money Q:

Likely among them are the 12 people who have registered to vote since August using the address of the 1,175-square-foot Brownlee Avenue house.

Some of them already have voted. Others requested absentee ballots but have yet to return them to the Franklin County Board of Elections.
None of them, however, seems to have ties to Ohio -- no close relatives, no public-records trail, no obvious intention to stay in the state past the election.

Most of them grew up on the East Coast, attended colleges there and registered to vote in their home counties. It is not illegal to be registered to vote in more than one state. But it is illegal to vote in more than one or to vote in a state that is not your permanent residence.

The owner of the house also is coming under scrutiny. He has voted in Ohio even though he has lived and worked in New York since 2004.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

"About 200,000 newly registered Ohio voters have been flagged by the secretary of state because their names, addresses, driver's-license numbers, and/or Social Security numbers don't match other state or federal records."

The 200,000 happens to include "Joe the Plumber", whose real name is actually Samuel. Joseph is his middle name and his last name is spelled differently on his registration.

Is it fraud for people named "Stephen" to be registered as "Steven"?

The GOP attitude seems to be that they are the masters of stealing elections, so if they lose, then the Dems much be cheating even more.

October 19, 2008 at 12:30 PM 

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