Saturday, October 25, 2008

Justice Dept. to Investigate Ohio Voter Fraud?

President Bush has forwarded to the Justice Department House Minority Leader John Boehner's request to investigate potential voter fraud in Ohio. Ohio, of course, is where the Secretary of State is refusing to investigate 200,000 ballots which can't be cross-checked with other state databases.

The chairman of the Republican Party in Ohio says "The secretary of state seems to be engaged in an effort to conceal election fraud." With all the phony registrations produced by ACORN in multiple states, it's a particular concern this year.

The Justice Department might also want to investigate the 13 Obama staffers who just pulled their voter registrations and ballots under threat of prosecution. The staffers included campaign spokespeople and an out-of-state attorney.

Video on the story can be seen at Palestra.

The young reporters at Palestra also uncovered an Ohio "Voter Fraud House" where 13 out-of-state students registered so that they could illegally vote in Ohio. The students' ballots have been cancelled.


Blogger Barb the Evil Genius said...

As a resident of Ohio, I hope that all fraudulent votes are thrown out.

11:07 AM  
Blogger Laura said...

It is so upsetting to think that a legal vote like yours could be negated by a fraudulent vote, Barb...

Best wishes,

11:21 AM  

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