Tuesday, October 21, 2008

More voter fraud? Vote Today Ohio

Palestra.net continues to impress me with their investigative reporting on voter fraud in Ohio.

In their latest video, they take a look at another group, Vote Today Ohio, with out-of-state volunteers who've registered to vote - and who've received absentee ballots.

This is a must-see video as it details contradictions by the lead organizer, and also documents that several of the volunteers intend to return to their permanent homes, making them 'temporary' residents of Ohio and ineligible to vote.

Can you imagine what would happen in main stream media did this kind of work?


gordon gekko said...


Obviously not a legitimate media outlet since they would have buried this story like we have.

Actually, they wouldn't have bothered to look into it at all....


The NY Times, NBC, CBS, Newsweek, Time, et al

DeeDee Liedel said...

Not that I am in favor of more government, but ... how do we keep people from registering in more than one state? Should the feds step in with a nation-wide database?

I always thought states were supposed to check with each other when people moving in from out-of-state registered to vote, but I know when I moved here from Michigan, I was still listed as a registered voter in Michigan for over 8 years after I loved (my parents received voter information for me for years after I moved).
What was stopping me from voting in both places (other than my conscious)?

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