Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Ohio vote costs woman her job

According to the Times Herald Records, Amy Little was fired by Congressman John Hall (D-Dover Plains) after he learned she is/was embroiled in voter fraud investigations in Ohio. She was one of his long-time campaign advisers.

Little is one of the Vote Today Ohio organizers identified as a potential fraudulent voter by

From the article:

Little has been a registered Democrat in New York since 1991, and Ulster County election officials said she voted in the party primary here in February.

But in October, Little registered to vote in Ohio. On her registration paperwork, she indicated she moved from her home at 142 Guilford Schoolhouse Road in New Paltz to a place at 1979 N. 4th St. in Columbus, near Ohio State University.
Franklin County Board of Elections officials said four people, including Little, registered from Vote Today Ohio’s address in October, just before the state’s deadline. Little requested an absentee ballot, which election officials said she has submitted.
Rep. Hall’s campaign isn’t waiting for a verdict. The freshman congressman, who’s running for re-election in the 19th district, heard about Little’s problems Tuesday. “The moment we heard about it, her campaign consulting contract was terminated,” said Campaign Director, Susan Spear.

Hall's campaign paid Little $11,139 in consulting and travel fees over the last nine months. The payments were sent to her New Paltz address.

H/T Warren Throckmorton


Jenn Sierra said...


steveegg said...

I guess The American Thinker gets results. I noticed Thomas Lifson highlighted the case this (or is it yesterday) morning.

The question is, is Little still registered in both places?

Bill Smith said...

Good - if Guilty, she also need to be in jail!

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