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You have to question the intelligence of white people who subjugate themselves to nigger leadership.
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Kiss Your Ass Goodbye America
2012-11-07 06:46:08 UTC
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Give us your tired, your poor, your welfare voters.

You get what you vote for, and you deserve every bad thing that
happens to you.
T. Keating
2012-11-07 14:09:26 UTC
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On Wed, 7 Nov 2012 01:46:08 -0500 (EST), "Kiss Your Ass Goodbye America"
Post by Kiss Your Ass Goodbye America
Give us your tired, your poor, your welfare voters.
You get what you vote for, and you deserve every bad thing that
happens to you.
No, electing a tax dodging, draft dogging, anti-science, anti-society, anti-education,
off shoring facilitator, de constructionist, closest thing to the anti-christ, nut job
like Mr. Romney would have been far, far worse.

The world just dodged a bullet.

I the only thing I will miss..
Is that I can't hear the (neocon) head's exploding over the internet.
Tom Gardner
2012-11-07 18:34:07 UTC
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Post by T. Keating
On Wed, 7 Nov 2012 01:46:08 -0500 (EST), "Kiss Your Ass Goodbye America"
Post by Kiss Your Ass Goodbye America
Give us your tired, your poor, your welfare voters.
You get what you vote for, and you deserve every bad thing that
happens to you.
No, electing a tax dodging, draft dogging, anti-science, anti-society, anti-education,
off shoring facilitator, de constructionist, closest thing to the anti-christ, nut job
like Mr. Romney would have been far, far worse.
The world just dodged a bullet.
I the only thing I will miss..
Is that I can't hear the (neocon) head's exploding over the internet.
What flavor Kool-Aid do you like the best? (Did you mistakenly use the
possessive or are you in fifth grade?)
Frank
2012-11-07 18:46:04 UTC
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Post by Tom Gardner
Post by T. Keating
On Wed, 7 Nov 2012 01:46:08 -0500 (EST), "Kiss Your Ass Goodbye America"
Post by Kiss Your Ass Goodbye America
Give us your tired, your poor, your welfare voters.
You get what you vote for, and you deserve every bad thing that
happens to you.
No, electing a tax dodging, draft dogging, anti-science,
anti-society, anti-education,
off shoring facilitator, de constructionist, closest thing to the anti-christ, nut job
like Mr. Romney would have been far, far worse.
The world just dodged a bullet.
I the only thing I will miss..
Is that I can't hear the (neocon) head's exploding over the internet.
What flavor Kool-Aid do you like the best? (Did you mistakenly use the
possessive or are you in fifth grade?)
Today, the gloat is on but they will have to reap what they've sown.
I expect in the bleak economy of 2016, they will still blame it on Bush.
Wayne
2012-11-07 18:56:21 UTC
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Post by Tom Gardner
Post by T. Keating
On Wed, 7 Nov 2012 01:46:08 -0500 (EST), "Kiss Your Ass Goodbye America"
Post by Kiss Your Ass Goodbye America
Give us your tired, your poor, your welfare voters.
You get what you vote for, and you deserve every bad thing that
happens to you.
No, electing a tax dodging, draft dogging, anti-science,
anti-society, anti-education,
off shoring facilitator, de constructionist, closest thing to the anti-christ, nut job
like Mr. Romney would have been far, far worse.
The world just dodged a bullet.
I the only thing I will miss..
Is that I can't hear the (neocon) head's exploding over the internet.
What flavor Kool-Aid do you like the best? (Did you mistakenly use the
possessive or are you in fifth grade?)
# Today, the gloat is on but they will have to reap what they've sown.
# I expect in the bleak economy of 2016, they will still blame it on Bush.

If people are broken down into interest groups, such as unemployed, home
under water, Jews, women, concern about the rule of law, concern about the
deficit, concern about the dollar, concern about the US world presence and
defense, it is a puzzlement why any of those people would vote for Obama.
Yeah, I understand blacks, gays, and brainwashed Hispanics....but why anyone
else?
Michael A. Terrell
2012-11-07 22:04:13 UTC
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Post by Wayne
Post by Tom Gardner
Post by T. Keating
On Wed, 7 Nov 2012 01:46:08 -0500 (EST), "Kiss Your Ass Goodbye America"
Post by Kiss Your Ass Goodbye America
Give us your tired, your poor, your welfare voters.
You get what you vote for, and you deserve every bad thing that
happens to you.
No, electing a tax dodging, draft dogging, anti-science,
anti-society, anti-education,
off shoring facilitator, de constructionist, closest thing to the
anti-christ, nut job
like Mr. Romney would have been far, far worse.
The world just dodged a bullet.
I the only thing I will miss..
Is that I can't hear the (neocon) head's exploding over the internet.
What flavor Kool-Aid do you like the best? (Did you mistakenly use the
possessive or are you in fifth grade?)
# Today, the gloat is on but they will have to reap what they've sown.
# I expect in the bleak economy of 2016, they will still blame it on Bush.
If people are broken down into interest groups, such as unemployed, home
under water, Jews, women, concern about the rule of law, concern about the
deficit, concern about the dollar, concern about the US world presence and
defense, it is a puzzlement why any of those people would vote for Obama.
Yeah, I understand blacks, gays, and brainwashed Hispanics....but why anyone
else?
Idiot first time voters who are hooked on MTV. They'll buy or do
anything advertised on that crap channel.
Steve from Colorado
2012-11-07 18:30:50 UTC
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Post by Wayne
Post by Tom Gardner
Post by T. Keating
On Wed, 7 Nov 2012 01:46:08 -0500 (EST), "Kiss Your Ass Goodbye America"
Post by Kiss Your Ass Goodbye America
Give us your tired, your poor, your welfare voters.
You get what you vote for, and you deserve every bad thing that
happens to you.
No, electing a tax dodging, draft dogging, anti-science,
anti-society, anti-education,
off shoring facilitator, de constructionist, closest thing to the anti-christ, nut job
like Mr. Romney would have been far, far worse.
The world just dodged a bullet.
I the only thing I will miss..
Is that I can't hear the (neocon) head's exploding over the internet.
What flavor Kool-Aid do you like the best? (Did you mistakenly use the
possessive or are you in fifth grade?)
# Today, the gloat is on but they will have to reap what they've sown.
# I expect in the bleak economy of 2016, they will still blame it on Bush.
If people are broken down into interest groups, such as unemployed, home
under water, Jews, women, concern about the rule of law, concern about
the deficit, concern about the dollar, concern about the US world
presence and defense, it is a puzzlement why any of those people would
vote for Obama. Yeah, I understand blacks, gays, and brainwashed
Hispanics....but why anyone else?
The electronic voting machines gave the votes for Romney to Obama in
order to give Obama time to finish his agenda to take our guns and allow
enough more illegal aliens into the country to become a majority and
turn us into a Hispanic failed state like Mexico or Cuba.
Lloyd E. Sponenburgh
2012-11-08 00:48:31 UTC
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Post by Wayne
but why anyone else?
There are a whole bunch more looting-class citizens than just "blacks,
gays, and brainwashed hispanics".

My dad used to say, "I hate niggers of all colors!". He meant, it is not
the color of a man's skin, but the color of his character that defines
his worth.

Obama is not worthy of respect, and he is worse than worthless; he's
dangerous to our existance as a democracy. He's deliberately trying to
destroy our country from within for some hidden, personal reasons.

So far as he's gone, he's succeeding. One can only hope he's found out
for his Libyan Lies, and impeached.

LLoyd
Steve from Colorado
2012-11-07 19:34:19 UTC
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Post by Lloyd E. Sponenburgh
Post by Wayne
but why anyone else?
There are a whole bunch more looting-class citizens than just "blacks,
gays, and brainwashed hispanics".
My dad used to say, "I hate niggers of all colors!". He meant, it is not
the color of a man's skin, but the color of his character that defines
his worth.
Obama is not worthy of respect, and he is worse than worthless; he's
dangerous to our existance as a democracy. He's deliberately trying to
destroy our country from within for some hidden, personal reasons.
So far as he's gone, he's succeeding. One can only hope he's found out
for his Libyan Lies, and impeached.
LLoyd
You should read this:

10 dire consequences of Obama’s re-election victory

http://www.infowars.com/10-dire-consequences-of-obamas-re-election-victory/

10 dire consequences of Obama’s re-election victory


Mike Adams
Natural News
Nov 7, 2012

As of this writing, it looks like Obama has a lock on the electoral
college victory, although it simultaneously appears he has lost the
popular vote to Romney.

What does an Obama re-election mean for the next four years in America?
Now that he’s in his second and last term, of course, Obama no longer
needs to restrain his actions according to popularity. He can simply
unleash any desirable executive order and rule by decree, bypassing
Congress as he has frequently promised to do.

This puts America in a very dangerous situation, given Obama’s
well-demonstrated desire to destroy freedom and liberty in America.
Remember: Obama is anti health freedom, anti food freedom, anti GMO
labeling, anti medical freedom and anti farm freedom. He’s the one who
issued an executive order claiming government ownership over all farms
and farm equipment, in case you forgot that little fact.

He’s also the guy who just recently issued an executive order merging
Homeland Security with local corporate entities to grant the executive
branch of government a power monopoly over the nation, bypassing the
courts and Congress. You probably haven’t even heard about that one,
because he secretly signed it during Hurricane Sandy.

Given Obama’s atrocious track record on freedom during his first four
years in the White House, here are my top 10 predictions for the next
four (if America even lasts that long before ripping itself apart):

#1) Huge expansion of TSA and the surveillance state

Watch for TSA to expand its occupation of America by setting up
checkpoints on roadways, sporting events, malls and “surprise”
locations. Expect to see TSA agents become even more belligerent and
lawless as they ramp up their sexual molestation of innocent victims.


#2) Expansion of secret arrests of American citizens

Obama secretly signed the NDAA, legalizing the secret arrests of U.S.
citizens while denying them due process. Obama also authorized secret
“kill lists” that claim to authorize the U.S. government to assassinate
targeted individuals.

With his re-election in place, expect Obama to start issuing a mass of
“kill orders” that will even start targeting political opponents.

#3) Acceleration of national debt blowout and endless fiat currency creation

Under Obama, the national debt experienced a massive blowout where Obama
added trillions of dollars to the existing debt: www.USdebtclock.org

Right now, Obama is overseeing a trillion dollars a year in additional
debt — an amount that simply cannot be sustained without running smack
into a financial catastrophe. It now appears that financial collapse it
going to occur under Obama, not Romney.

#4) Rapid expansion of GMOs and USDA collusion

Monsanto and the biotech corporations have thrived under the Obama
administration thanks to USDA collusion and scientific fraud.

Over the next four years, expect GMOs to dominate the U.S. food supply
while the Obama White House rejects any effort to try to label GMOs on a
national basis.

#5) Increasingly dictatorial government health care

Obamacare will grow like a cancer, pushing Americans into mandatory
vaccinations that inject children with mercury, formaldehyde, MSG and
aluminum.

Look for the Obama administration to wage even more wars against raw
milk freedom, farm freedom and food freedom, all while requiring yet
more foods to be pasteurized or fumigated under the guise of “food safety.”

#6) Immediate surge in sales of guns and ammo

Obama has promised to try to destroy the Second Amendment and deny
Americans the liberty to own firearms. With his re-election, expect to
see a massive surge in gun sales as more people attempt to stock up in
anticipation of gun bans (or government gun confiscation).

#7) Accelerated erosion of the Bill of Rights and civil liberties

Under Obama, civil rights, human rights and the Bill of Rights will be
rapidly eroded. This goes hand in hand with the cancerous growth of
government. As government expands its power and confiscates more
economic resources, it simultaneously destroys individual liberties and
due process.

This isn’t to say that Romney would have been any better, of course.
Both candidates were philosophically invested in the rapid expansion of
Big Government.

#8) Continued destruction and looting of the U.S. economy

Under Obama, the financial looting of the U.S. economy by the global
bankster elite will continue. The same would have been true with Romney,
by the way.

Under Obama, America’s unemployment rate will continue to head skyward,
entitlements will be expanded, and the USA will be plunged into a
tyrannical welfare state dominated by mindless zombies who have no
cognitive grasp of reality.

#9) A “giant sucking sound” of employers leaving America

Ross Perot was right! That “giant sucking sound” is the sound of
employers leaving America in droves, hiring offshore workers instead of
creating jobs in the USA. And why? Because employers can’t afford to pay
Obamacare mandates and still stay competitive in the global marketplace.

#10) Stepped-up attacks on veterans and preppers

Returning U.S. veterans will continue to be vilified by the Obama
administration, to the point where even more veterans will be arrested
as “terrorists” for engaging in fundamental preparedness strategies such
as storing food, water, medicine and ammo.

Watch for the liberal media to join the White House in painting veterans
as “dangerous” individuals needing psychiatric medications. Never mind
the fact that the media owes preppers a huge apology in the aftermath of
Hurricane Sandy.

This article was posted: Wednesday, November 7, 2012 at 6:18 am
Freedom Dude
2012-11-09 17:34:20 UTC
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Post by Wayne
but why anyone else?
:

10 dire consequences of Obama’s re-election victory

http://www.infowars.com/10-dire-consequences-of-obamas-re-election-victory/

10 dire consequences of Obama’s re-election victory


Mike Adams
Natural News
Nov 7, 2012

As of this writing, it looks like Obama has a lock on the electoral
college victory, although it simultaneously appears he has lost the
popular vote to Romney.

What does an Obama re-election mean for the next four years in America?
Now that he’s in his second and last term, of course, Obama no longer
needs to restrain his actions according to popularity. He can simply
unleash any desirable executive order and rule by decree, bypassing
Congress as he has frequently promised to do.

This puts America in a very dangerous situation, given Obama’s
well-demonstrated desire to destroy freedom and liberty in America.
Remember: Obama is anti health freedom, anti food freedom, anti GMO
labeling, anti medical freedom and anti farm freedom. He’s the one who
issued an executive order claiming government ownership over all farms
and farm equipment, in case you forgot that little fact.

He’s also the guy who just recently issued an executive order merging
Homeland Security with local corporate entities to grant the executive
branch of government a power monopoly over the nation, bypassing the
courts and Congress. You probably haven’t even heard about that one,
because he secretly signed it during Hurricane Sandy.

Given Obama’s atrocious track record on freedom during his first four
years in the White House, here are my top 10 predictions for the next
four (if America even lasts that long before ripping itself apart):

#1) Huge expansion of TSA and the surveillance state

Watch for TSA to expand its occupation of America by setting up
checkpoints on roadways, sporting events, malls and “surprise”
locations. Expect to see TSA agents become even more belligerent and
lawless as they ramp up their sexual molestation of innocent victims.


#2) Expansion of secret arrests of American citizens

Obama secretly signed the NDAA, legalizing the secret arrests of U.S.
citizens while denying them due process. Obama also authorized secret
“kill lists” that claim to authorize the U.S. government to assassinate
targeted individuals.

With his re-election in place, expect Obama to start issuing a mass of
“kill orders” that will even start targeting political opponents.

#3) Acceleration of national debt blowout and endless fiat currency creation

Under Obama, the national debt experienced a massive blowout where Obama
added trillions of dollars to the existing debt: www.USdebtclock.org

Right now, Obama is overseeing a trillion dollars a year in additional
debt — an amount that simply cannot be sustained without running smack
into a financial catastrophe. It now appears that financial collapse it
going to occur under Obama, not Romney.

#4) Rapid expansion of GMOs and USDA collusion

Monsanto and the biotech corporations have thrived under the Obama
administration thanks to USDA collusion and scientific fraud.

Over the next four years, expect GMOs to dominate the U.S. food supply
while the Obama White House rejects any effort to try to label GMOs on a
national basis.

#5) Increasingly dictatorial government health care

Obamacare will grow like a cancer, pushing Americans into mandatory
vaccinations that inject children with mercury, formaldehyde, MSG and
aluminum.

Look for the Obama administration to wage even more wars against raw
milk freedom, farm freedom and food freedom, all while requiring yet
more foods to be pasteurized or fumigated under the guise of “food safety.”

#6) Immediate surge in sales of guns and ammo

Obama has promised to try to destroy the Second Amendment and deny
Americans the liberty to own firearms. With his re-election, expect to
see a massive surge in gun sales as more people attempt to stock up in
anticipation of gun bans (or government gun confiscation).

#7) Accelerated erosion of the Bill of Rights and civil liberties

Under Obama, civil rights, human rights and the Bill of Rights will be
rapidly eroded. This goes hand in hand with the cancerous growth of
government. As government expands its power and confiscates more
economic resources, it simultaneously destroys individual liberties and
due process.

This isn’t to say that Romney would have been any better, of course.
Both candidates were philosophically invested in the rapid expansion of
Big Government.

#8) Continued destruction and looting of the U.S. economy

Under Obama, the financial looting of the U.S. economy by the global
bankster elite will continue. The same would have been true with Romney,
by the way.

Under Obama, America’s unemployment rate will continue to head skyward,
entitlements will be expanded, and the USA will be plunged into a
tyrannical welfare state dominated by mindless zombies who have no
cognitive grasp of reality.

#9) A “giant sucking sound” of employers leaving America

Ross Perot was right! That “giant sucking sound” is the sound of
employers leaving America in droves, hiring offshore workers instead of
creating jobs in the USA. And why? Because employers can’t afford to pay
Obamacare mandates and still stay competitive in the global marketplace.

#10) Stepped-up attacks on veterans and preppers

Returning U.S. veterans will continue to be vilified by the Obama
administration, to the point where even more veterans will be arrested
as “terrorists” for engaging in fundamental preparedness strategies such
as storing food, water, medicine and ammo.

Watch for the liberal media to join the White House in painting veterans
as “dangerous” individuals needing psychiatric medications. Never mind
the fact that the media owes preppers a huge apology in the aftermath of
Hurricane Sandy.

This article was posted: Wednesday, November 7, 2012 at 6:18 am
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Are you confusing Obama's administration with Bush's?
You are a sick man, you should see a shrink.
Gunner
2012-11-09 20:37:54 UTC
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On Fri, 9 Nov 2012 09:34:20 -0800, "Freedom Dude"
Post by Steve from Colorado
Watch for the liberal media to join the White House in painting veterans
as “dangerous” individuals needing psychiatric medications. Never mind
the fact that the media owes preppers a huge apology in the aftermath of
Hurricane Sandy.
This article was posted: Wednesday, November 7, 2012 at 6:18 am
===========================================================
Are you confusing Obama's administration with Bush's?
You are a sick man, you should see a shrink.
Odd..4 yrs of Obama already..with most of the above already shown or
promised..and the poor bastard is still blaming it on Bush.


--
""The Democratic constituency is just like a herd of cows. All you have
to do is lay out enough silage and they come running. That’s why I
became an operative working with Democrats. With Democrats all you
have to do is make a lot of noise, lay out the hay, and be ready to
use the ole cattle prod in case a few want to bolt the herd.

Eighty percent of the people who call themselves Democrats don’t have
a clue as to political reality.
What amazes me is that you could take a group of people who are hard
workers and convince them that they should support social programs
that were the exact opposite of their own personal convictions. Put a
little fear here and there and you can get people to vote any way you
want.

The voter is basically dumb and lazy. The reason I became a Democratic
operative instead of a Republican was because there were more
Democrats that didn’t have a clue than there were Republicans."
James Carvell, DNC operative

Gunner
2012-11-08 01:46:43 UTC
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On Wed, 07 Nov 2012 11:30:50 -0700, Steve from Colorado
Post by Steve from Colorado
Post by Wayne
If people are broken down into interest groups, such as unemployed, home
under water, Jews, women, concern about the rule of law, concern about
the deficit, concern about the dollar, concern about the US world
presence and defense, it is a puzzlement why any of those people would
vote for Obama. Yeah, I understand blacks, gays, and brainwashed
Hispanics....but why anyone else?
The electronic voting machines gave the votes for Romney to Obama in
order to give Obama time to finish his agenda to take our guns and allow
enough more illegal aliens into the country to become a majority and
turn us into a Hispanic failed state like Mexico or Cuba.
Tis fascinating to go back and read the crys from the leftwingers
about how Romney bought the voting machines and Republican fraud
would be rampant....yet he lost.

Then we have a growing list of articles showing the Democrats
committed widespread and massive voter fraud

http://www.examiner.com/article/number-of-112-year-old-registered-democrat-voters-now-at-3-020-north-carolina

http://www.truethevote.org/news/eighth-democrat-named-in-new-york-vote-fraud-probe

http://www.rnla.org/votefraud.asp

Vote Fraud News

11/6/12: CALIFORNIA: posthumous voting
"According to state records, Carol has voted in the last two
presidential elections, despite having passed away...NBC Bay Area
found several other examples, too. People like Sara Schiffman of San
Leandro who died in 2007 yet still voted in 2008, or former Hayward
police officer Frank Canela Tapia who has voted 8 times since 2005,
though he died in 2001." Stephen Stock, Felipe Escamilla and Kevin
Nious, Dead and Still Voting, NBC Bay Area, Nov. 6, 2012.

11/5/12: NORTH CAROLINA: improper influence of mentally disabled
"The father of a mentally handicapped woman claims his daughter and
others were “carted off” to a North Carolina polling site last week
and “coaxed” into voting for President Obama by workers of the group
home where she stays Judson Berger, Group home accused of taking
patients to vote for Obama, Fox News, Nov. 5, 2012.

11/5/12: PENNSYLVANIA: destruction of voter registrations
"The Community Voters Project is a "non-partisan" lefty organization
whose mission is to register people to vote, with a particular
emphasis on minorities. In the 2008 election, they had offices in 10
states and registered around 300,000 minority voters. So far, so good.
This year, however, it seems they aren't registering everyone who
wants to vote. Outside a CVP office in Philadelphia, for example, they
shredded and threw away numerous registration forms. A number of these
were for people trying to register as a Republican." Mike Flynn,
Philly activist group shreds GOP registrations, Breitbart, Nov. 5,
2012.

11/5/12: VIRGINIA: improperly influencing the elderly
"The daughter of an Alzheimer’s patient is fighting mad that a Henrico
County rehabilitation facility cast her mother’s vote in the face of
warnings that the elderly woman “doesn’t know what she is doing.”
Janet Benedict, of Louisa, told Watchdog.org she was stunned when the
activities director at Lexington Court informed her that 81-year-old
Dorene Hagen had voted via absentee ballot." Kenric Ward, VA: Power of
attorney doesn't stop Alzheimer's patient from voting, Watchdog, Nov.
5, 2012.

11/5/12: MASSACHUSETTS: Joel Santiago-Vazquez, Bruno Paulino, Jose
Jimenez, Marcos Acosta: noncitizen voter registration fraud
"FOX Undercover found out something else about Santiago-Vazquez. He's
been registered to vote from his home address in Lawrence since 2010.
Our investigation shows he's not the only registered voter in Lawrence
who is not a citizen. By cross-checking Lawrence voter records with
criminal records that included records indicating lack of citizenship,
we found three others: * Bruno Paulino is a legal resident detained by
immigration authorities earlier this year, has been a registered
Lawrence voter since 2009; * Jose Jimenez, a legal resident who faces
"potential deportation to the Dominican Republic", according to
federal court records, has been a registered Republican in Lawrence
since 2010; * and Marcos Acosta, picked up during a recent immigration
sweep, has been a registered voter in Lawrence since 2008."
Non-citizens registered to vote in Lawrence but officials shrug, Fox
Boston, Nov. 5, 2012.

11/3/12: OHIO: voter registration fraud
"The listing, "Adolf Hitler, John...666 Heltz...la," puts his supposed
residence in Los Angeles. It was part of a batch of roughly 200 voter
registrations that election officials say were flagged as possibly
fraudulent, forged, or duplicated by the group that collected them,
FieldWorks, a private Washington, D.C. based firm. FieldWorks, says it
works largely with Democratic candidates, causes and progressive
organizations collecting signatures for voter registration or ballot
initiatives across the country." Eric Shawn, Hitler Appears on Ohio
Voter Registration Form, Fox News, Nov. 4, 2012.

11/2/12: TEXAS: vote harvesting ring, posthumous voting, absentee
ballot fraud
"The Texas Secretary of State has asked the state Attorney General to
look into a complaint of "vote-harvesting" centered around a San
Antonio cemetery." Complaint alleges widespread voter fraud in South
Texas, Gonzales Cannon, Nov. 2, 2012.

11/2/12: NEVADA: double voting
"A criminal complaint accuses Roxanne Rubin of casting a ballot at an
early voting location in Henderson on Oct. 29, then trying to vote
again at a polling site in Las Vegas on the same day." Woman arrested
in Nevada for alleged voter fraud, San Francisco Chronicle, Nov. 2,
2012.

11/2/12: OREGON: ballot tampering
"A temporary worker with the Clackamas County Elections Division is
under investigation over a possible criminal violation of Oregon
Election Laws. Oregon Department of Justice spokesperson Jeff Manning
confirmed Friday that the state is investigating whether the employee
tampered with ballots." Chad Carter, Clackamas Co. elections employee
investigated for ballot fraud, KOIN 6, Nov. 2, 2012.

11/2/12: SOUTH DAKOTA: vote buying
"The South Dakota GOP accused Democrats on Thursday of trying to buy
votes by serving food at a series of get-out-the-vote rallies" SD
Republicans accuse Dems of trading chili for votes, Associated Press,
Nov. 2, 2012.

11/2/12: MULTIPLE STATES: voting machine malfunction

COLORADO: "How would you feel if you went to vote for Mitt Romney,
but it turned out you voted for Barack Obama? That's the concern in
Pueblo County as early voters are coming forward, saying electronic
voting machines changed their vote. Reports of problems have come from
every polling location in Pueblo county." Voting machines changed
their vote, some say, KOAA, Nov. 2, 2012.
OHIO:"Joan Stevens was one of several early voters at the polls on
Monday. But when Stevens tried to cast her ballot for president, she
noticed a problem. Upon selecting “Mitt Romney” on the electronic
touch screen, Barack Obama’s name lit up. It took Stevens three tries
before her selection was accurately recorded." Nick Bechtel, Problem
found at board of elections, Marion Star, Oct. 31, 2012.
KANSAS: "Nancy explained that while her husband was casting a vote
for Romney, the touchscreen highlighted Obama." Liz Klimas, MORE
ELECTRONIC VOTING MACHINES CHANGING ROMNEY VOTES TO OBAMA: WE LOOKED
INTO IT AND HERE’S WHAT A VENDOR TOLD US, The Blaze, Oct. 31, 2012.
NEVADA: "a voter in Las Vegas tried voting for Governor Mitt
Romney but the machine automatically checked “Obama” multiple times
instead." Voter Machine in Las Vegas Checking Obama, Politichicks,
Oct. 25, 2012.
NORTH CAROLINA: "On Monday, several voters complained that their
electronic ballot machine cast the wrong vote....One of the voters,
Sher Coromalis, says she cast her ballot for Governor Mitt Romney, but
every time she entered her vote the machine defaulted to President
Obama." Scott Gustin, Brandon Jones and Charlie Glancy, Guilford Co.
voters say ballot cast for Romney came up Obama on machine, Fox News,
Oct. 23, 2012. "Faurest Stum says she voted at the Pleasant Garden
Town Hall location. Her vote was for Mitt Romney, but the machine cast
the vote for Barack Obama." Scott Gustin, Brandon Jones and Charlie
Glancy, More voting problems reported in Jamestown, Pleasant Garden,
Fox News, Oct. 24, 2012.

10/30/12: NORTH CAROLINA: double voting
"Former Town Councilwoman Linda Lyons faces voter fraud-related
charges after allegedly trying to vote twice during last year’s
election, according to a Wake County prosecutor." Former Morrisville
councilwoman faces voter fraud charge, News Observer, Oct. 30, 2012.

10/30/12: ARIZONA: absentee ballot fraud
"The Pima County Recorders Office is investigating a case of voter
fraud. F. Ann Rodriguez said, while verifying signatures, her
operators came across a signature that did not match that of two
voters, a husband and wife. Her office then contacted the couple, who
confirmed they had not even received their ballots in the mail" Voter
fraud investigation underway in Pima County, KVOA News, Oct. 30, 2012.

10/29/12: IOWA: absentee ballot fraud
"Muscatine resident Craig White says a Democratic campaign worker
somehow gave his 75-year-old mother the impression that it was OK for
her to sign his name on an absentee ballot request form when he wasn’t
home." Absentee ballot issues reported in 2 Iowa counties, Des Moines
Register, Oct. 29, 2012.

10/23/12: LOUISIANA: Douglas Barthlomew Claiborne: voter registration
fraud
"Sheriff's deputies booked Douglas "Barthlomew" Claiborne, 30, in
Mansfield, into the DeSoto Parish Detention Center on a warrant issued
by the 10th Judicial District in Natchitoches Parish. The Times
reports the arrest warrant was based on a complaint by the Louisiana
Secretary of State's Election and Compliance Unit. It accuses
Claiborne of "procuring falsified voter registration applications."
DeSoto School Board member booked with voter fraud, Associated Press,
Oct. 23, 2012.

10/22/12: ARKANSAS: vote buying
"[former Democrat state Rep. Hudson]Hallum and three others have
pleaded guilty to federal charges of conspiracy to commit election
fraud during the special election that put him in the Arkansas House
of Representatives in 2011. A total of nine people have been charged
by federal and state authorities in connection with the plan." Eric
Shawn, Vodka for votes: Arkansas rep, operatives await sentencing in
fraud scheme, Fox News, Oct. 22, 2012.

10/22/12: COLORADO: electioneering
"Democratic volunteers offered people free t-shirts and pizza for
voting early and posted official Obama campaign signs within 100 feet
of the polling location, which is against federal and state election
laws." Eli Stokols, Colorado GOP accuses Obama volunteers of
electioneering at CSU, Fox KDVR, Oct. 22, 2012.

10/22/12: MICHIGAN: absentee ballot fraud
"More than 800 absentee ballots have not made it to voters in Auburn
Hills and are missing..." Auburn Hills missing hundreds of absentee
ballots, Associated Press, Oct. 22, 2012.

10/22/12: FLORIDA: voter suppression
"The Florida Division of elections and state law enforcement officials
are investigating "multiple" bogus letters sent to Florida voters to
inform them that they have been flagged as suspected illegal,
non-citizen voters...The letters appear to be going mostly or entirely
to Republicans in Florida." Voter suppression efforts in Fla - against
Republicans, Tampa Bay Times, Oct. 22, 2012.

10/19/12: MICHIGAN: voter registration fraud
"Eugenia Huguenin says breast cancer killed her daughter long before a
voter registration card with Michele Huguenin's name and supposed
signature was filed this year in Palm Beach County." Andy Reid and
Barbara Hijek, Dead woman among names on disputed voter forms, Sun
Sentinel, Oct. 19, 2012.

10/19/12: VIRGINIA: Colin Small: destruction of voter registration
applications, disclosure of voter registration information
"Colin Small, was caught throwing out voter registration forms,
Richmond, Va., the Rockingham County sheriff's office confirmed to CBS
News." Lucy Madison, Man charged after tossing voter registration
forms in Virginia, CBS News, Oct. 19, 2012.

10/19/12: FLORIDA: Michel S. Pawlowski: registration fraud
"In documents filed with the Secretary of State, [former St. Augustine
Beach Mayor Frank] Charles claims that the father of City Commissioner
Undine Pawlowski, 68-year-old Michel S Pawlowski, has fraudulently
misrepresented his place of residence at the beach, presumably so that
her gentleman friend, Edward Stephen George, can pick up another
critical vote." Former mayor claims voter fraud at beach, Historic
City News, Oct. 19, 2012.

10/17/12: MASSACHUSETTS: Enrico "Jack" Villamaino, Courtney Llewellyn:
ballot tampering
A judge set a $10,000 cash bail for Enrico "Jack" Villamaino, after
after the former East Longmeadow selectman pleaded innocent to a
12-count election fraud indictment. Jack Flynn, Former East Longmeadow
Selectman Enrico "Jack" Villamaino denies 12-count election fraud
indictment, The Massachusetts Republican, Oct. 17, 2012.

10/17/12: OHIO: Dominique Atkins, Debbie L. Tingler, Marian Wilson:
double voting
"Three Franklin County residents face felony charges of voter fraud
after the Board of Elections reported that they had voted more than
once in a past election." 3 People Indicted for Felony Vote Fraud, The
Columbus Dispatch, Oct. 17, 2012.

10/16/12: FLORIDA: Noucelie Josna, Carline Paul: absentee ballot fraud
"In his lawsuit, Julien alleges that Josna and a woman named Carline
Paul gathered several fraudulent absentee ballots from nursing homes
and apartments. Josna has not responded to a court-ordered subpoena
and a private investigator hired by Julien has not been able to track
her down. On Tuesday, Judge Charles Francis reviewed more than 150
absentee ballots from two contested precincts in the race and found
six of them to be invalid." Toluse Olorunnipa, Judge wants police to
find 'Queen of Absentee Ballots', The Miami Herald, Oct. 16, 2012.

10/15/12: WISCONSIN: Yadira Colon: election fraud and falsification of
nomination papers
"A former Oshkosh woman has been convicted of two felonies for
election fraud and falsification of nomination papers. Yadira Colon
was convicted Monday in Milwaukee County Circuit Court and sentenced
to 20 days in jail and one year on probation." Former Oskhosh Woman
Yadira Colon Convicted of Election Fraud, Associated Press, Oct. 15,
2012.

10/10/12: MICHIGAN: John Scott: election fraud
"Oakland County prosecutors are expected to issue a misdemeanor
election fraud warrant today against John Scott, an independent
candidate for Oakland County commissioner." Election fraud warrant to
be issued against candidate in Oakland County race, Detroit Free
Press, Oct. 10, 2012.

10/5/12: FLORIDA: Florida Democrat Party, Florida New Majority
Education Fund, National Council of La Raza/Democracia USA: voter
registration fraud
"The Florida Department of State on Friday confirmed that it has
forwarded complaints about voter registration fraud that have been
filed against the Democrats, as well as two other groups — the Florida
New Majority Education Fund and the National Council of La
Raza/Democracia USA." Gary Fineout, Voter fraud complaint filed
against Fla. Democrats, San Francisco Chronicle, Oct. 5, 2012.

10/2/12: NORTH DAKOTA: Samuel Ojuri, Joshua Colville, Marcus Williams,
Brendin Pierre, Lucas Albers, Aireal Boyd, Demitrius Gray, Bryan
Shepherd, Antonio Rogers and Charles Smith III: forgery
"Ten football players at North Dakota State pleaded guilty Tuesday to
misdemeanor election fraud and were sentenced to community service for
faking signatures on ballot measure petitions they were hired to
collect. Among the players on the nation’s top-ranked Football
Championship Subdivision team who pleaded guilty were starters Samuel
Ojuri, Joshua Colville, Marcus Williams and Brendin Pierre. The other
players were Lucas Albers, Aireal Boyd, Demitrius Gray, Bryan
Shepherd, Antonio Rogers and Charles Smith III." 10 North Dakota State
University football players plead guilty in petition fraud case,
Washington Post, Oct. 2, 2012.

9/30/12: MARYLAND: deceased voting
"According to their research, voter registration numbers for
Montgomery County resident Rufus Harris of Silver Spring, who died in
2002, was used to cast an absentee ballot in the 2008 general
election. Prince George’s County resident George T. Zell of
Hyattsville, who died in July 2004, cast a vote in the 2004 general
election. Records also indicated that Harris became registered as a
voter on Sept. 4, 2008, six years after his death. The group also
identified two deceased people who were registered to vote after their
deaths. James Proctor of Laurel died in 1988 and became registered in
1992, and Virginia Ann Given of Upper Marlboro, who died in 1991, also
became registered in 1992. Both names remain on the Maryland rolls
today as “inactive” voters, although neither have cast a vote under
their new voter registration numbers." Mary Dowling, 67, who currently
resides in a nursing home in Timonium, has two voter registration
numbers. The latest voting records that are available show Dowling has
been voting twice in almost every even-year election since 2002, in
both the general and the primary. Ten out of 16 times Dowling voted by
absentee ballot. Glynis Kazanjian, Dead people voted and registered to
vote, Maryland Reporter, Sept. 30, 2012.

9/29/12: FLORIDA: Nathan Sproul and Strategic Allied Consulting: voter
registration fraud
"The firm, Strategic Allied Consulting, has been fired by the
Republican National Committee after over 100 hundred allegedly
fraudulent signatures appeared in Palm Beach County." Eric Shawn, RNC
Fires Consulting Firm After Florida Counties Report Voter Registration
Fraud, Fox News, Sept. 29, 2012.

9/28/12: NEW JERSEY: John Fernandez: absentee ballot fraud
"John Fernandez, 61, of Belleville, was found guilty of election fraud
following a two-week trial. The jury found Fernandez guilty of charges
of conspiracy (2nd degree), election fraud (2nd degree), absentee
ballot fraud (3rd degree), tampering with public records or
information (3rd degree), and forgery (4th degree)." Darryl R.
Isherwood, Essex man convicted of absentee ballot fraud, Politicker
NJ, Sept. 28, 2012.

9/26/12: ARKANSAS: Amos Sanders, Lisa Burns, Deshay Lorenzo Parker
III, Leroy Grant: absentee ballot fraud
"Five more Crittenden County residents were arrested and charged
Tuesday with using absentee ballots to defraud an election official
during three special elections in 2011.....The new charges were filed
against Eric Fontain Cox of Earle and four people from West Memphis —
Amos Sanders, Lisa Burns, Deshay Lorenzo Parker III and Leroy Grant."
5 charged iwth ballot fraud in Crittenden County, 4 guilty pleas
already entered, Baxter Bulletin, Sept. 26, 2012.

9/25/12: ARIZONA: double voting
"Secretary of State Ken Bennett announced Tuesday that nine new cases
of suspected voter fraud from the 2008 election are under
investigation by the Arizona Attorney General. Bennett said the
Cross-State Match program helps states exchange voter-registration
history to keep people from voting more than once in any given
election." Jim Cross, Arizona ready to crack down on voter fraud,
KTAR, Sept. 25, 2012.

9/20/12: IOWA: Albert Harte-Maxwell, Linda Harte-Maxwell, Maria
Ayon-Fernandez: non-citizen voting
"The Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation filed election misconduct
charges Thursday against three Council Bluffs residents, alleging they
registered to vote without U.S. citizenship and voted in at least one
election... The three people arrested in Iowa, where it's a felony for
noncitizens to vote, were 52-year-old Albert Harte-Maxwell and
49-year-old Linda Harte-Maxwell, along with Maria Ayon-Fernandez, 40.
The Harte-Maxwells have Canadian citizenship, and Ayon-Fernandez is
from Mexico. All three were booked into the Pottawattamie County jail
on Thursday and released." David Pitt, 3 noncitizens in Iowa charged
with voter fraud, Associated Press, Sept. 20, 2012.

9/14/12: INDIANA: Paul Etheridge, Joshua Clemons: vote fraud
"According to the indictment, Paul Etheridge, a candidate in the New
Albany Democratic mayoral primary, knowingly forged or falsely made
the official endorsement of the ballots of two women in March 2011.
The indictment also alleges Etheridge solicited one of the women to
complete the ballot, knowing she was ineligible to register to vote or
to vote. The indictment also claimed Etheridge delivered the ballots
to the women to vote. Separately, Joshua Clemons was indicted on
charges he solicited two others to complete an absentee ballot knowing
they were ineligible to register to vote or to vote and delivering the
ballots to them to vote." New Albany mayoral primary candidate
indicted on voter fraud charges, WLKY, Sept. 14, 2012.

9/11/12: HAWAII: double voting
"Hawaii County detectives have opened an investigation into
allegations of voter fraud during the 2010 election. Police declined
to give details, but the Hawaii County Clerk's Office said in July
that an audit of the county’s voter rolls showed four people voted
twice in 2010 elections and that between 50 and 60 people were
registered more than once." Hawaii County police open 2010 voter fraud
investigation, Honolulu Star Advertiser, Sept. 11, 2012.

9/7/12: CALIFORNIA: Ricardo Lopez-Munguia: noncitizen voting
"A Mexican who was deported decades ago for drug trafficking pleaded
guilty this week to living illegally in Escondido under a false
identity and fraudulently voting in the 2008 U.S. presidential
election, federal authorities said Friday. Ricardo Lopez-Munguia, 45,
pleaded guilty Thursday to attempted entry to the U.S. after
deportation, making a false claim to U.S. citizenship, and voter fraud
by an illegal alien, according to a statement from the U.S. attorney's
office." Mexican man admits to voter fraud, Escondido, Sept. 7, 2012.

9/7/12: IOWA: Jason Anthony Rawlin, Stacy Rae Brown: election fraud
"A DCI investigation has resulted in two individuals being charged
with Election Fraud, a Class D Felony, and Fraudulent Practices, an
Aggravated Misdemeanor. Those charged are 37 year old Jason Anthony
Rawlin of Indianola, Iowa, and 37 year old Stacy Rae Brown of Kanawha,
Iowa." More Election Charges Filed, Iowa Republican, 2012.

9/7/12: NORTH DAKOTA: Lucas Albers, Aireal Boyd, Don Carter, Joshua
Colville, Joshua Gatlin, Demitrius Gray, Darren (D.J.) McNorton, Sam
Ojuri, Brendin Pierre, Antonio Rodgers, Bryan Shepherd, Charles (C.J.)
Smith, Marcus Williams, Jennifer Krahn and William Brown: forgery
"Fifteen people were charged Friday with violating North Dakota
election law, many of them telling investigators they forged names on
petitions they circulated in order to meet quotas and achieve bonus
pay...According to the Cass County State’s Attorney’s Office, the
individuals charged are: Lucas Albers, Aireal Boyd, Don Carter, Joshua
Colville, Joshua Gatlin, Demitrius Gray, Darren (D.J.) McNorton, Sam
Ojuri, Brendin Pierre, Antonio Rodgers, Bryan Shepherd, Charles (C.J.)
Smith, Marcus Williams, Jennifer Krahn and William Brown." Dave Olson,
15 accused of rampant petition fraud in face of quotas, bonus pay; 10
Bison FB players charged, Inforum, Sept. 7, 2012.

9/5/12: ARKANSAS: Hudson Hallum, Kent Hallum, Phillip Wayne Carter and
Sam Malone: absentee ballot fraud; bribery
"Prosecutors said Democratic Rep. Hudson Hallum of Marion, Kent
Hallum, Phillip Wayne Carter and Sam Malone acknowledged that they
participated in a conspiracy to bribe voters to influence absentee
votes in the Arkansas District 54 primary, runoff and general
elections in 2011." Ark. lawmaker pleads guilty to election charge,
Fox News 16, Sept. 5, 2012.

9/2/12: NORTH DAKOTA: vote fraud
"The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead reported the statement said formal
misdemeanor charges against the others were expected in a day or so.
The newspaper reported Tuesday eight North Dakota State University
football players and one former player were among the 10 people
suspected of fraud in attempts to place two measures on this fall's
general election ballot." 10 to face voter fraud charges in N.D., UPI,
Sept. 5, 2012.

9/2/12: CALIFORNIA: Roderick Wright: vote fraud
"Almost two years after his grand jury indictment on eight felony
counts of voter fraud and perjury, state Sen. Roderick Wright has yet
to stand trial. The longtime Inglewood Democrat may not get his full
day in court before voters decide this fall whether to give him
another term in the Legislature." Jean Merl, State senator's trial may
begin just before election, Los Angeles Times, Sept. 2, 2012.

9/2/12: FLORIDA: Derrick Henry: absentee ballot fraud
"Two weeks ago, the Supervisor of Elections, Ann McFall, announced her
office was looking into questionable absentee ballots gathered by
Henry's campaign. In 2012, Henry won a city commission seat for zone
five and was in office when he was charged and arrested for voter
fraud after one of his workers fraudulently requested absentee
ballots." Saul Saenz, Derrick Henry campaign responds to voter fraud
allegations, News 13, Sept. 2, 2012.

9/1/12: FLORIDA: absentee ballot fraud
"Rep. John Patrick Julien’s official challenge to the results of the
District 107 primary race for the Florida House includes allegations
of absentee ballot fraud at assisted living facilities and nursing
homes." Julien's claim of absentee ballot fraud focuses on nursing
homes, ALFs", Miami Herald, Sept. 1, 2012.

8/22/12: RHODE ISLAND: David Cicilline: vote fraud
"Democratic congressional candidate Anthony Gemma on Wednesday accused
U.S. Rep. David Cicilline of committing voter fraud." Michelle R.
Smith, Gemma Accuses Cicilline of Voter Fraud, Boston Globe, Aug. 22,
2012.

8/15/12: Timothy Noel Zureick: voter registration fraud "A former Ohio
University student was in jail in Hamilton County Wednesday, facing
multiple felony counts for allegedly forging 22 signatures on a
petition for the redistricting amendment to the Ohio Constitution. He
faces an additional criminal charge for having allegedly signed his
own name with a false address." Jim Phillips, Former OU student
charged with forging signatures on redistricting petition, Athens
News, Aug. 15, 2012.

8/13/12: FLORIDA: Josef Sever: noncitizen voting
"A Plantation man who authorities said admitted voting in two
presidential elections in Broward County though he is not a U.S.
citizen has been indicted on federal charges. Federal investigators
began looking at Josef Sever, 52, earlier this year when state
officials forwarded his name as a possible illegal voter, according to
court records. The indictment against Sever was made public on
Monday." Paula McMahon, Just in time for primaries, Broward
non-citizen indicted for voting, Sun Sentinel, Aug. 13, 2012.

8/11/12: IOWA
"An Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation agent has been assigned to
work full-time with Secretary of State Matt Schultz's office to look
into allegations of voter fraud" Agent reassigned to chase voter
fraud, Associated Press, Aug. 11, 2012.

8/10/12: FLORIDA: Sergio Robaina: absentee ballot fraud
"Sergio Robaina was charged with two felony counts of voter fraud for
allegedly filling out the two ballots in a way that did not match the
voters’ intentions. He also faces two counts of violating a county
ordinance by possessing more than two absentee ballots belonging to
others." Former Hialeah mayor's uncle arrested in absentee-ballot
fraud investigation, Miami Herald, Aug. 10, 2012.

8/9/12: MICHIGAN: Paul Seewald, Don Yowchuang: petition fraud
"[F]our former staffers 'were engaged in a blatant attempt to commit
forgery and election fraud,' Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette
said at a news conference in Detroit. 'They copied petitions,
submitted petitions falsely signed by circulators and did
cut-and-paste jobs that would make an elementary art teacher cringe,'
Schuette said." David Bailey, Ex-US lawmaker's aides charged with
faking vote petitions, Chicago Tribune, Aug. 9, 2012.

8/7/12: MASSACHUSETTS: voter registration fraud
"The Massachusetts Secretary of State’s Office is looking into
possible voter registration fraud in east Longmeadow. The problem came
to light when some voters in town say their party affiliations were
changed without permission." Secretary of State Galvin Investigates
Possible Voter Registration Fraud in East Longmeadow, WGGB ABC40, Aug.
7, 2012.

8/6/12: OHIO: voter registration fraud
"The Montgomery County Board of Elections is investigating a large
case of possible voter registration fraud, after receiving more than
100 “suspicious” registration cards from a single organization, many
that appeared to have false or nonexistent addresses." Jeremy Kelly,
Montgomery Co. probes possible voter fraud, Dayton Daily News, Aug. 6,
2012.

8/3/12: CALIFORNIA: nonresident voting
"A Record investigation found McNerney registered and voted in the
primary election in Stockton, though his main residence appears to be
in Pleasanton." GOP officials file complaint of voter fraud against
McNerney, The Record, August 3, 2012.

8/2/12: TEXAS: nonresident voting "Upshur County GOP Chairman Ken
Ambrose has filed a new complaint with the Texas attorney general
regarding potential voter fraud in the county’s primary
election....Ambrose said at least six people participated in early
voting for the May 29 Republican Primary with “questionable”
addresses." Christina Lane, Upshur County GOP chairman alleges voter
fraud, News Journal, August 2, 2012.

8/2/12: FLORIDA: Deisy Penton de Cabrera: absentee ballot fraud
"Deisy Penton de Cabrera, 56, was charged with absentee-ballot fraud,
a third-degree felony, and two misdemeanor counts of violating a
county ordinance that makes it illegal for anyone to possess more than
two ballots belonging to other voters. Investigators say Cabrera
illegally collected at least 31 absentee ballots for the Aug. 14
primary election." Patricia Mazzei, Daniel Chang, Charles Rabin and
Christina Veiga, Florida woman is charged with absentee-ballot fraud,
McClatchy Newspapers, August 2, 2012.

8/2/12: TEXAS: vote fraud "Political activist Armando Gonzales says in
his letter to Kennedy that there was suspect activity both during the
early vote and on election day. He claims voters were unduly
influenced on their way to the polls and at the voting booth."
Complaint Filed Claiming Voter Fraud, Fox, August 2, 2012.

7/30/12: TEXAS: voter intimidation
"Esiquiel Silva joined the Citizens Against Voter Abuse because he
said his father was almost victimized. He claims the elderly man was
almost forced into a van headed to the polls to vote for a certain
candidate. Silva said it all happened while his father was at an adult
day care in Brownsville." Daisy Martinez, Keeping a Close Eye on Voter
Fraud, Valley Central, July 30, 2012.

7/30/12: FLORIDA: vote fraud
"Authorities are investigating a case of potential voter fraud, right
before the August primary. A 71-year-old Hialeah woman said she
trusted a woman to fill out her absentee ballot. However, the woman
took off with the ballot, and the elderly woman said she has no clue
for whom she voted." Alleged voter fraud incident under investigation,
WSVN, July 30, 2012.

7/29/12: TEXAS: vote fraud
"According to the amended petition, more than 30 people cast a ballot
who were not registered to vote at least 30 days before the election.
The petition states the voters registered between May 14-19. The
primary was May 29. It also lists several voters who submitted mail-in
ballots stating they are disabled. Barrera's petition asks for those
ballots to be declared void because those people are not disabled.
Others, the petition states, have permanent addresses in Alice but
actually live in Corpus Christi." Julie Silva, Jim Wells Election
Contest Goes to Court, Caller, July 29, 2012.

7/29/12: FLORIDA: Daisy Cabrera: absentee ballot fraud
"Matilde Galindo, who is 75 and illiterate, has no clue who she voted
for last week. She said that late in June, Daisy Cabrera, an
acquaintance of a distant relative, offered to help her register as a
Miami-Dade County voter... Authorities are investigating Cabrera, 56,
after finding her in possession of dozens of absentee ballots last
week in Hialeah. It is the first case of its kind since a new county
ordinance took effect this month that makes it a misdemeanor to
possess two or more ballots belonging to someone else." Melissa
Sanchez and Enrique Flor, As Hialeah absentee-ballot probe continues,
voter regrets accepting help, Miami Herald, July 29, 2012.

7/28/12: HAWAII: absentee ballot fraud
"The FBI has gotten involved in an investigation into allegations of
voter fraud on the Big Island, sources told Hawaii News Now
Friday...About one week ago, state officials received reports about
possible voter fraud on the Big Island, allegations that someone was
doctoring absentee ballots, sources said." Keoki Kerr, Sources: State
Taps FBI for Help in Voter Fraud Probe, Hawaii News Now, July 28,
2012.

7/27/12: MISSISSIPPI: vote fraud
"A Hinds County jury ordered Tuesday's election after finding the
first runoff between Cooper-Stokes and Jackson was tainted by voter
fraud." Report: Some votes not certified in Ward 3 City Council
election, MSNBC, July 27, 2012.

7/26/12: NEW MEXICO: Luz Vargas, Mary Ann O'Brien: false voting
"Authorities say 56-year-old Luz Vargas registered El Paso, Texas,
resident Mary Ann O'Brien to vote in Sunland Park's municipal election
in March. They were charged Wednesday with false voting, conspiracy to
commit false voting, registration offenses, falsifying election
documents and false swearing." 2 more accused of fraud in Sunland Park
election, San Francisco Gate, July 26, 2012.

7/26/12: VIRGINIA: Bonnie Nicholson: felon voting
"A felon living in Louisa County registered to vote illegally and then
cast a ballot in the 2008 presidential election after filling out and
submitting a voter-registration form she received by mail from the
Voter Participation Center, a state senator who prosecuted the case
confirmed Wednesday." Mark Bowes, Louisa felon illegally registered
after receiving form from Voter Participation Center, Richmond Times
Dispatch, July 26, 2012.

7/26/12: ARIZONA: deceased voting
"A Pinal County supervisor candidate has withdrawn from the race in
the wake of voter-fraud allegations involving a former companion who,
records show, has continued to vote by absentee ballot in the five
years since her death. His statement made no mention of the scandal
unleashed in an anonymous, undated letter sent several weeks ago to
the Pinal County Recorder's Office. As recently as this year, the
letter alleged, someone had been filling out and mailing in absentee
ballots addressed to a woman who died on Feb. 3, 2007. The woman,
Sheila Nassar, and Enright lived together at the time of her death."
Lindsey Collom, Pinal County supervisor hopeful John Enright quits,
The Republic, July 26, 2012.

7/26/12: KENTUCKY: Naomi Johnson, Jackie Jennings, Earl Young: vote
buying
"Three people from Breathitt County who were involved in a vote buying
scheme in a 2010 magistrate's race are expected to be sentenced. Naomi
Johnson, Jackie Jennings, and Earl Young all pleaded guilty or were
convicted in the case." Three convicted in vote fraud case will be
sentenced Thursday, WYMT, July 26, 2012.

7/25/12: KENTUCKY: vote buying
""We believe that drug money did buy votes," Kerry B. Harvey, U.S.
attorney for the Eastern District of Kentucky, said. He described a
stunning vote-buying scheme that includes "very extensive, organized
criminal activity, involving hundreds of thousands of dollars, and in
many cases that involves drug money." Harvey has led a recent string
of federal prosecutions exposing the widespread and accepted practice
of vote buying in eastern Kentucky." Eric Shawn, Drug money funds
voter fraud in Kentucky, Fox News, July 25, 2012.

7/23/12: MICHIGAN: vote fraud
"A Macomb Township resident has filed a lawsuit against the county and
Macomb Township clerks that challenges the validity of more than 50
signatures on supervisor candidate Janet Dunn's nominating petitions"
Macomb Man Alleges Election Fraud, Sues Township, County Clerks, The
Patch, July 23, 2012.

7/20/12: ARKANSAS: ballot fraud
"A special prosecutor has been appointed to handle a case involving
allegations of voter fraud in Mississippi County." Special prosecutor
to handle Ark. vote fraud case, Associated Press, July 20, 2012.

7/20/12: WEST VIRGINIA: absentee ballot fraud
"Lincoln County Commissioner Thomas Ramey is scheduled to plead guilty
next month in connection with a vote fraud investigation." Guilty Plea
Hearing Set In Vote Fraud Case, Metro News, July 20, 2012.

7/20/12: WISCONSIN: Brice E. Liezen: felon voting
"A 41-year-old Wisconsin Rapids man who was convicted of a felony in
2009 faces a new felony charge after authorities say he voted in the
June 5 recall election. Brice E. Liezen is charged with voter
registration fraud." Karen Madden, Felon charged with voter fraud,
Daily Tribune, July 19, 2012.

7/17/12: CALIFORNIA: vote fraud
"The documents state that in city elections in 2007 and 2009, ballots
in favor of challengers were discarded, while ballots that favored
incumbents were retained." Olsen Ebright, Melissa Pamer and Jason
Kandel, Election Fraud Alleged in Cudahy; 2 Accept Plea Deal, NBC Los
Angeles, July 17, 2012.

7/13/12: NEW MEXICO: Jose Ramirez, Elizabeth Ramirez, Matthew
Valenzuela, Nelson Owens: registration fraud
"Third Judicial District Attorney Amy Orlando announced Friday that
voter fraud charges from a Sunland Park election were filed against
Texas residents Jose Ramirez, Elizabeth Ramirez, Matthew Valenzuela
and Santa Teresa, N.M. resident Nelson Owens." 4 more charged in
Sunland Park voter fraud case, Associated Press, July 13, 2012.

7/12/12: ARIZONA: nonresident voting
"A former candidate for Mohave County Sheriff was charged on felony
counts for claiming to be a resident of the county when he actually
was not. Michael David Hays of Flagstaff was charged in Kingman
Justice Court on four counts of voter fraud. The first count stated
that on March 11, 2010, Hays allegedly made fraudulent statements
about his residence on a voter registration form. The second count
stated that on Jan. 22, 2011, he allegedly made fraudulent statements
on the form." Jim Seckler, Former candidate charged with voter fraud,
The Daily News, July 12, 2012.

7/10/12: VIRGINIA: Sheila J. Peterson: felon voting
"A convicted drug felon who pleaded no contest Tuesday to illegally
registering to vote in the 2008 general election later withdrew her
plea after a judge – concerned about her sobriety – ordered that she
immediately be tested for drugs. She failed, testing positive for
cocaine." Mark Bowes, Woman in voter fraud case jailed after positive
drug screen, Richmond Times Dispatch, July 10, 2012.

7/6/12: VIRGINIA: nonresident voting
"A former Charlottesville City Council candidate will spend 60 days in
jail for using a false address on campaign filings... Halfaday pleaded
guilty in August 2011 to a felony election fraud count. Prosecutors
say he no longer lived at an address he listed on campaign paperwork
that he filed for the 2011 election." Voter fraud sends former
Charlottesville Council candidate to jail, Associated Press, July 6,
2012.

7/6/12: TEXAS: dead voting
"There are about 325 supercentenarians in the country and 79th
District Attorney Armando Barrera finds it hard to believe 18 of them
voted in the Brooks County primary in May." Julie Silva, Allegations
of voter fraud in Jim Wells, Brooks counties, Corpus Christi Caller,
July 7, 2012.

7/3/12: NEW YORK: vote fraud
"Rangel holds a narrow lead of just 802 votes in the Democratic
primary for New York's 13th congressional district -- 2,000 absentee
and affidavit ballots are set to be counted on Thursday. Both sides
are waiting for the final tally in a race marred by accusations from
supporters of Rangel's challenger that there was widespread voter
fraud and voter suppression aimed at Latino voters." Eric Shawn,
Rangel opponent floats possibility of new election amid fraud claims,
Fox News, July 3, 2012.

7/3/12: CALIFORNIA: vote fraud
"Two elections are now part of an FBI investigation into allegations
of corruption at Cudahy City Hall. Transcripts of wiretaps allegedly
show that local officials believed they could control election
outcomes." In Cudahy, FBI probes allegations of election fraud, Los
Angeles Times, July 3, 2012.

7/2/12: NEW MEXICO: Elias Fresquez: vote buying
"Last month, 4 On Your Side investigative team showed an undercover
video of a political operative Elias Fresquez telling our producer who
to vote for and offering whiskey as he drove him to an early voting
site." 4 On Your Side: State police to investigate Espanola voter
fraud, KOB News, July 2, 2012.

6/26/12: OHIO: Robert Gilchrist: illegal voting
"Robert Gilchrist, former director of the Lorain County Community
Action Agency and Lorain city official, was secretly indicted on four
counts of illegal voting." Kaylee Remington, Gilchrist indicted for
voter fraud, The Morning Journal, Jun. 26, 2012.

6/25/12: WISCONSIN: missing voter signatures
"Republican recount observers are raising a red flag over votes cast
by residents who registered on election day after pages of missing
signatures from same-day voters have been discovered throughout the
City of Racine." Heather Asiyanbi, More Election Snafus Reported in
Racine Recall Election, Caledonia Patch, Jun. 26, 2012.

6/25/12: VIRGINIA: Feda Kidd Morton: registration fraud
"A grand jury handed down an indictment against Feda Kidd Morton
Monday morning in Fluvanna County Circuit Court, formally accusing her
of making a false statement on a voter registration form,
Commonwealth’s Attorney Jeffery W. Haislip confirmed." Fluvanna school
teacher officially indicted in voter fraud, The Daily Progress, Jun.
25, 2012.

6/20/12: NEW YORK: multiple voting
"The commissioner of the state Department of Education is
investigating election fraud accusations at the
Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk School District... John Allen said he brought
up concerns because he saw more than one person vote more than once at
the May 15 election, saw students wearing "Vote Yes" T-shirts in the
polling place and said the voting procedures were disorganized." RCS
vote subject of state fraud probe, Times Union, Jun. 20, 2012.

6/19/12: ARKANSAS: absentee ballot fraud
"Prosecuting Attorney Scott Ellington has asked a state police
investigator to look into suspected absentee ballot fraud in one
Region 8 county." Ellington asks Investigator to look into suspected
voter fraud, KAITC8 ABC, Jun. 19, 2012.

6/14/12: WISCONSIN: vote fraud
"The Racine County sheriff's department is trying to find out how
election related documents ended up in a dumpster. The sheriff's
department confirms they are investigating possible voting
irregularities at the Cesar Chavez Community Center." Racine County
sheriff's department looking into possible voting irregularities,
WTMJ, Jun. 14, 2012.

6/14/2012 ARIZONA: nonresident voting, posthumous voting
"The political furor is complicated by allegations of election fraud
in a mayoral vote that tallied just 706 ballots. Town Manager Alex
Taft announced during this week's council meeting that 168 votes are
under investigation. Cowell said she and other incumbents believe
"something is not right" because about 300 new voters registered
before the election, including some staying on federal lands. "We have
proof that there were (three) people who were dead who voted," she
added." Dennis Wagner, Quartsite refuses to seat winning mayor,
Arizona Republic, June 14, 2012.

6/11/2012 PENNSYLVANIA: Robyn Pugh: nonresident voting
"The Monroe County district attorney's office charged the embattled
former Middle Smithfield Township golf course director with several
counts of voter fraud Monday. Robyn Pugh was charged with perjury,
false swearing in official matters and unlawful voting. She could
receive up to 10 years in prison and fines of $20,000. The DA alleged
that Pugh registered to vote in Middle Smithfield Township and voted
there four times when she was actually living in Stroud Township." DA
charges ex-Middle Smithfield golf director Pugh with voter fraud,
Pocono Record, June 11, 2012.

6/6/2012 OHIO: Joseph Gallucci: election fraud
"Russo testified that he figured Gallucci's sham candidacy saved him
about $50,000 in campaign advertising he didn't have to pay." James F.
McCarty, Former Cuyahoga County employee is sentenced to prison for
running a sham election in 2006, Plain Dealer, June 6, 2012.

5/25/2012 VIRGINIA: Sheila J. Peterson & Michael Anthony Harris: felon
voting
"Sheila J. Peterson, 53, was indicted Monday by a Chesterfield County
grand jury on one felony count of making a false statement on an
election form on Oct. 3, 2008, according to court records. Last week,
Michael Anthony Harris, 50, was arrested in Chesterfield on a similar
charge for an offense that occurred on Sept. 26, 2008, records show."
Mark Bowes, State voter fraud investigation results in two more
arrests in Chesterfield , Richmond Times-Dispatch, May 25, 2012.

5/23/2012 TEXAS: ineligible voting
"A KAMC investigation shows Harvey has reason to question her
election. We obtained a copy of the official list of voters filed with
the Texas Secretary of State's Office by officials in Crosby County.
That list says 187 people voted in the recent election. We also go a
copy of the tally sheet used by election officials to count the votes.
It lists 199 total votes for mayor... Rowland and Jane King said two
of their neighbors were given ballots for council races where they
weren't eligible to vote. When they went to City Hall to question the
validity of that, nobody could give them an answer." Nick Ochsner,
KAMC Investigates: Voter Fraud in the City of Lorenzo, KAMC, May 23,
2012.

5/23/2012 IDAHO: double voting
"A northern Idaho county is investigating possible election-night
fraud after one voter may have voted twice in the May 15 primary.
Kootenai County told the Coeur d'Alene Press a precinct poll worker
didn't notice a voter had already voted absentee before showing up to
a polling place and voting in person, too." Associated Press, N. Idaho
officials investigating possible voter fraud, KIVI-TV, May 23, 2012.

5/4/2012 CALIFORNIA: Richard Alarcon & Flora Montes De Oca Alarcon:
nonresident voting
"Moving swiftly after a judge dismissed its case, the district
attorney's office refiled 24 perjury and voter-fraud charges late
Thursday afternoon against Councilman Richard Alarcon and his wife,
Flora Montes De Oca Alarcon. The new charges make the same allegations
as a case thrown out by Superior Court Judge Kathleen Kennedy on
Thursday morning, accusing the Alarcons of lying about living in a
house in Panorama City so that the councilman could run for his 7th
District office." Perjury, Fraud Charges Refiled Against Richard
Alarcon And Wife, Los Angeles Times, May 4, 2012.

5/3/2012 WISCONSIN: Yadira Colon: forgery
"A former Oshkosh woman will stand trial on two counts of election
fraud and two counts of falsifying nomination papers.
Forty-four-year-old Yadira Colon was bound over for trial Thursday in
Milwaukee County." Woman to Be Tried for Election Fraud, Associated
Press, May 3, 2012.

5/2/2012 INDIANA: Douglas Campbell: absentee ballot fraud
"Austin Mayor Douglas Campbell and a city employee surrendered Tuesday
to face the felony voter fraud and conspiracy charges. The accusations
include that they illegally accepted absentee ballots from voters and
that Campbell in one instance filled out a woman's incomplete ballot."
Southern Indiana mayor faces voter fraud charges, Associated Press,
May 2, 2012.

4/26/2012 WISCONSIN: Austin Thompson: nonresident voting
"Voter registration applications from three men who listed the
Glendale Residence Inn as their address is what sparked this
investigation…The three including Austin Thompson, who was arrested
last year during an occupy protest, are accused of voter fraud by
registering and voting even though they lived in a hotel." Milwaukee
County DA investigating voter fraud claims, WTMJ4, Apr. 26, 2012.

4/22/2012 VIRGINIA: 400 cases of vote fraud
"As Virginia legislators hotly debated a voter ID bill that narrowly
passed the General Assembly, many were unaware of a state police
investigation that, so far, has resulted in charges against 38 people
statewide for voter fraud. Warrants have been obtained for a 39th
person who can't be located. A majority of those cases already have
resulted in convictions, and 26 additional cases are still being
actively investigated nearly 3½ years after the state Board of
Elections forwarded more than 400 voter and election fraud allegations
from 62 cities and counties to Virginia State Police for individual
investigation." Mark Bowes, Va. Investigates voter fraud , Richmond
Times Dispatch, Apr. 22, 2012.

4/14/2012 FLORIDA: 9 individuals charged with various counts of vote
fraud "Abra “Tina” Hill Johnson, 43, was charged with 10 counts of
fraud in connection with casting a vote, and two counts of absentee
ballots and voting violations. Her husband Ernest Sinclair Johnson,
Jr., 45, was charged with 11 counts of fraud in connection with
casting votes, one count of corruptly influencing voting, and one
count of perjury by false written declaration. Jada Woods Williams,
34, Madison County Supervisor of Elections, was charged with 17 counts
of neglect of duty and corrupt practices for allowing the distribution
of these absentee ballots, contrary to Florida state statute. The
following individuals, all residents of Madison, Fla., were arrested
for their role in the fraud:
* Judy Ann Crumitie, 51, charged with four counts of fraud in
connection with casting a vote, and one count of providing a false
report to law enforcement authorities
* Laverne V. Haynes, 57, charged with two counts of fraud in
connection with casting a vote, two counts of perjury by false written
declaration, and one count of providing a false report to law
enforcement authorities
* Ora Bell Rivers, 41, charged with seven counts of fraud in
connection with casting a vote, three counts of perjury by false
written declaration, and one count of providing a false report to law
enforcement authorities
* Raven Simona Williams, 20, charged with two counts of fraud in
connection with casting a vote, two counts of perjury by false written
declaration, and one count of providing a false report to law
enforcement authorities
* Shalonda Michaelle Brinson, 36, charged with nine counts of fraud in
connection with casting a vote, and one count of provided a false
report to law enforcement authorities." Julie Montanaro and Mike
Springer, Madison 9 Attorney Speaks Out, WCTV, Apr. 14, 2012.

4/10/2012 CALIFORNIA: Gary Sabara, Jr.: nonresident voting
"In one of the disallowed ballots, the chamber alleged voter Gary
Sabara Jr. actually lived in Buena Park. Frederic Woocher, the
chamber's attorney, presented evidence gathered by a private
investigator, including Sabara's Facebook page and an Orange County
Register article that listed him as a resident of Buena Park." Sam
Allen, Vernon council election thrown into chaos by fraud allegations,
Los Angeles Times, Apr. 10, 2012.

4/3/2012 INDIANA: forgery
"Prosecutors in South Bend, Ind., filed charges Monday 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. The officials are accused of taking part in a scheme to fake
signatures and names on the primary petitions needed to run for
president. Court papers say the plan was hatched by local Democratic
Party officials inside the local party headquarters. Among those
charged is the former long-time chairman of the St. Joseph County
Democratic Party, Butch Morgan, who allegedly ordered the
forgeries...The St. Joseph County Board of Voter Registration's
Democratic board member, Pam Brunette, Board of Voter Registration
worker Beverly Shelton and Democratic volunteer and former board
worker Dustin Blythe also face charges." Eric Shawn, 4 Indiana Dems
charged with election fraud in 2008 presidential race, Fox News, Apr.
3, 2012.

3/24/2012 OHIO: multiple voting, nonresident voting
"Republican Jon Husted said Friday that an initial review by the
Fulton County Board of Elections revealed that an individual appeared
to have voted in both northwest Ohio and South Carolina in the 2008
and 2010 general elections. Husted asked Attorney General Mike DeWine
to investigate. The county board told Husted the individual has been
registered there since 2006. A person with the same name and personal
information has also been a registered and active voter in
SouthCarolina since 2002." Ohio elections chief asks for voter fraud
probe, Associated Press, Mar. 24, 2012

3/22/2012 WISCONSIN: Michael Henderson: vote fraud
"Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen announced today that Michael
Henderson, of Milwaukee, was convicted of election fraud arising out
of the 2008 general Presidential election. Henderson was convicted of
Election Fraud - Providing False Information to Election Official, a
Class I felony. An additional count of Voting By Disqualified Person
was dismissed against Henderson but read-in for the purposes of
sentencing." Van Hollen announces voting fraud conviction, Bay View
Compass, Mar. 22, 2012.

3/7/2012 WEST VIRGINIA: Jerry Bowman & Donald Whitten: absentee ballot
fraud
"Prosecutors say Bowman and former Lincoln County Clerk Donald
Whitten, 62, were part of a scheme to steal the May 2010 Democratic
primary by stuffing ballot boxes with illegal absentee ballots. Bowman
admitted to falsifying more than 100 of the absentee ballot
applications and even voting with some of the ballots himself, while
Whitten, who also pleaded guilty Wednesday, acknowledged lying to
investigators about the plan to try to throw the election." Eric
Shawn, Former West Virginia sheriff, county clerk plead guilty to
attempting to steal election, Fox News, Mar. 7, 2012.

3/7/2012 NORTH CAROLINA: 4 charged with nonresident voting
"Statesville City Councilman Flake Huggins and three family members
have been indicted on voter fraud charges after investigators said the
politician had relatives lie about their addresses to vote in his
runoff race last fall….According to Iredell and Alexander County
District Attorney Sarah Kirkman, the disqualified votes were cast by
Huggins' sister Rhonda Williams, her husband, Willie Williams Jr., and
son, Christopher Williams." Cleve R. Wootson Jr. and David Vieser,
Politician charged in voter fraud case, Charlotte Observer, Mar. 7,
2012

3/6/2012 ALABAMA: Venustian Hernandez-Hernandez: noncitizen voting,
voter impersonation
"Records from the Baldwin County Board of Registrars show that
Hernandez-Hernandez is registered to vote under the name of Severo
Benavidez, the name he used for almost 4 decades after slipping into
the United States from his native Mexico in the 1970…Ed Packard, an
election official with the Alabama Secretary of State's Office, said
Baldwin County's voter rolls have included Severo Benavidez since
1984. Packard said the 62-year-old man voted in the 1996 and 2008
general elections, the 2002 primary election and special elections on
a constitutional amendment to overhaul Alabama's tax system in 2003
and to incorporate Perdido Beach as Baldwin County's 14th municipality
in 2009." Brendan Kirby, Baldwin man convicted of fraud voted
regularly under name of U.S. citizen, records showPress-Register, Mar.
6, 2012.

3/6/2012 NEW MEXICO: Priscilla Morales & Angelica Marquez: nonresident
voting
"A former Sunland Park city councilor and a current city employee were
charged today in the alleged voter-fraud scheme that has rocked the
town. Priscilla Morales, the public works director's secretary, and
former Councilor Angelica Marquez each face fourth-degree felony
charges of false voting and conspiracy to commit false voting." Heath
Haussamen, Two more charged in Sunland Park voter-fraud scheme, N.M.
Politics, Mar. 6, 2012.

3/4/2012 NEW MEXICO: Silvia Gomez: nonresident voting
"In the new case, investigators allege that Gomez pushed two El Paso
residents to illegally register to vote in Sunland Park and then cast
ballots in the mayoral race for Salinas... When the two advised Gomez
they were Texas residents, "Silvia Gomez told them it was okay and
that they could use Silvia Gomez's address as their residence on the
voter registration form," the criminal complaint states." Heath
Haussamen, Sunland Park employee arrested on false voting charges,
N.M. Politics, Mar. 4, 2012.

2/27/2012 TEXAS: Carlos Medranos: illegal voting
"Carlos Medrano was sentenced to 180 days in county jail, five years
probation and assessed a $2,500 fine." Rudolph Bush, Carlos Medrano
guilty of one count of illegal voting. Frank Medrano not guilty of
perjury chargesDallas News, Feb. 27, 2012.

2/17/2012 NORTH CAROLINA: Erik Ray Jackson: voter impersonation,
nonresident voting
"The warrant states that Jackson registered to vote in Montgomery
County on Oct. 4, 2011, and used the address of 305 N. Tomlinson St.,
Candor, the same address as Wayne Holyfield, a state trooper who was
elected to the Candor Board of Commissioners last November and has
been embroiled in a controversy over firing four of the five officers
on the town police force. According to the warrant, Jackson lived at
131 Young Drive, Lexington, at the time of the election and had lived
there since Sept. 16, 2011. The warrant also says that Jackson voted
in the Candor municipal election on Nov. 8, 2011, and was not a
resident of Candor for at least 30 days preceding the election as
required by law." Mary Anderson, Jackson charged with voter fraud in
Montgomery County, Courier-Tribune, Feb. 17, 2012.

2/16/2012 MASSACHUSETTS: Mark Evangelous: absentee ballot fraud,
posthumous voting
"A former candidate for the Marlborough City Council was arraigned
yesterday on voter fraud charges for allegedly handing in an absentee
ballot application for a man who had died earlier in the year,
Middlesex prosecutors said yesterday. Mark Evangelous, 51, of
Marlborough, faces charges of forgery, uttering, and violating
absentee voting laws, District Attorney Gerard T. Leone Jr.'s office
said." Marlborough man accused of voter fraud, Boston Globe, Feb. 16,
2012.

2/13/2012 OHIO: Melissa R. Schilling: forgery
"A Fairfield County woman will serve jail time for providing two false
signatures on a liquor-option petition filed with the county Board of
Elections last year. County Common Pleas Judge Richard E. Berens
sentenced Melissa R. Schilling, 46, of Baltimore, on Friday, after she
pleaded guilty to two counts of the fifth-degree felony, a court
spokesman said." Mary Beth Lane, Fairfield County woman sentenced for
falsifying petition signatures, Columbus Dispatch, Feb. 13, 2012.

2/7/2012 WASHINGTON: Marda Aglubi-Blomstrom: noncitizen voting
"A 35-year-old Glenoma woman who emigrated to the United States from
Ghana, Africa, is accused of voter fraud in Lewis County Superior
Court. Marda Aglubi-Blomstrom is expected on Feb. 16 to enter a plea
to one count of providing false information on an application for
voter registration." Adam Pearson, Glenoma Woman Charged with Voter
Fraud, The Chronicle, Feb. 7, 2012.

2/2/2012 FLORIDA: noncitizen voting
"'I vote every year,' Hinako Dennett told NBC2. The Cape Coral
resident is not a US citizen, yet she's registered to vote. NBC2 found
Dennett after reviewing her jury excusal form. She told the Clerk of
Court she couldn't serve as a juror because she wasn't a U.S. citizen.
We found her name, and nearly a hundred others like her, in the
database of Florida registered voters. Naples resident Yvonne
Wigglesworth is also a not a citizen, but is registered to vote. She
claims she doesn't know how she got registered…Records show
Wigglesworth voted six times in elections dating back eleven years. 'I
know you cannot vote before you become a citizen, so I never tried to
do anything like that,' Samuel Lincoln said. He isn't a U.S. citizen
either, but the Jamaican national says he doesn't know how he ended up
registered to vote. 'It's their mistake, not mine,' said Lincoln. We
obtained a copy of his 2007 voter registration application. It's
clearly shows he marked U.S. citizen." Andy Pierrotti, NBC2
Investigates: Voter fraud, Feb. 2, 2012.

11/28/2011 GEORGIA: 12 officials indicted for vote fraud
"12 former Brooks County officials were indicted for voter fraud. The
suspects are accused of illegally helping people vote by absentee
ballot…. The defendants include some workers in the voter registrar's
office and some school board members. They are Angela Bryant, April
Proctor, Brenda Monds, Debra Denard, Lula Smart, Kechia Harrison,
Robert Denard, Sandra Cody, Elizabeth Thomas, Linda Troutman, Latashia
Head, and Nancy Denard." Stephen Abel, 12 former officials indicted
for voter fraud, WALB, Nov. 28, 2011.


--
""The Democratic constituency is just like a herd of cows. All you have
to do is lay out enough silage and they come running. That’s why I
became an operative working with Democrats. With Democrats all you
have to do is make a lot of noise, lay out the hay, and be ready to
use the ole cattle prod in case a few want to bolt the herd.

Eighty percent of the people who call themselves Democrats don’t have
a clue as to political reality.
What amazes me is that you could take a group of people who are hard
workers and convince them that they should support social programs
that were the exact opposite of their own personal convictions. Put a
little fear here and there and you can get people to vote any way you
want.

The voter is basically dumb and lazy. The reason I became a Democratic
operative instead of a Republican was because there were more
Democrats that didn’t have a clue than there were Republicans."
James Carvell, DNC operative
Gunner
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On Wed, 07 Nov 2012 11:30:50 -0700, Steve from Colorado
Post by Steve from Colorado
Post by Wayne
If people are broken down into interest groups, such as unemployed, home
under water, Jews, women, concern about the rule of law, concern about
the deficit, concern about the dollar, concern about the US world
presence and defense, it is a puzzlement why any of those people would
vote for Obama. Yeah, I understand blacks, gays, and brainwashed
Hispanics....but why anyone else?
The electronic voting machines gave the votes for Romney to Obama in
order to give Obama time to finish his agenda to take our guns and allow
enough more illegal aliens into the country to become a majority and
turn us into a Hispanic failed state like Mexico or Cuba.
Tis fascinating to go back and read the crys from the leftwingers
about how Romney bought the voting machines and Republican fraud
would be rampant....yet he lost.
Then we have a growing list of articles showing the Democrats
committed widespread and massive voter fraud
Former GOP Official Alleges Fraud: "I Was Told I'd Already Voted --
But I Hadn't"


Nov 06, 2012 11:35 AM EST

The former Digital Director of the National Republican Congressional
Committee tells Townhall he fears he's been victimized by voter fraud
in the key swing state of Virginia. His early morning ordeal played
out in the House district of Rep. Jim Moran (D-VA), whose 23-year-old
son abruptly resigned from the campaign in late October, after being
caught on film conspiring to count illegal votes. When the NRCC
alumnus arrived to vote at his polling place in Alexandria this
morning, his attempt to cast a ballot was rebuffed by election
officials: "I got inside, they set me up, I gave the woman my ID, and
I told her my address. She said, 'it seems you've voted absentee.'
Then she realized she'd read the sheet wrong. 'No, it says here that
you've already voted,' she told me. I hadn't even applied for an
absentee ballot, nor did I vote early. As hokey as it sounds, I was
excited to vote in person. I had absolutely not voted earlier that
day. I arrived four minutes after they opened. Basically, I was told
I'd already voted, but I hadn't."

The former GOP official says that prior to this year, he'd voted
absentee in three consecutive elections, due to the nature of his
position within the party. "I haven't voted in-person since 2004; I'd
had to do absentee ballots because of my work -- so I was really
excited today. I got up at 5:45 am to get there early and I stood in
line, in the cold, for an hour. I remember my mother taking me to
register to for the draft and to vote on the morning of my 18th
birthday, so this process has always been an extremely important thing
to me. The idea that my vote may not be counted is a very big
concern, and I don't know how to confirm if my [provisional] vote will
even count." Republican election attorneys have been alerted to the
situation.
Post by Gunner
http://www.examiner.com/article/number-of-112-year-old-registered-democrat-voters-now-at-3-020-north-carolina
http://www.truethevote.org/news/eighth-democrat-named-in-new-york-vote-fraud-probe
http://www.rnla.org/votefraud.asp
Vote Fraud News
11/6/12: CALIFORNIA: posthumous voting
"According to state records, Carol has voted in the last two
presidential elections, despite having passed away...NBC Bay Area
found several other examples, too. People like Sara Schiffman of San
Leandro who died in 2007 yet still voted in 2008, or former Hayward
police officer Frank Canela Tapia who has voted 8 times since 2005,
though he died in 2001." Stephen Stock, Felipe Escamilla and Kevin
Nious, Dead and Still Voting, NBC Bay Area, Nov. 6, 2012.
11/5/12: NORTH CAROLINA: improper influence of mentally disabled
"The father of a mentally handicapped woman claims his daughter and
others were “carted off” to a North Carolina polling site last week
and “coaxed” into voting for President Obama by workers of the group
home where she stays Judson Berger, Group home accused of taking
patients to vote for Obama, Fox News, Nov. 5, 2012.
11/5/12: PENNSYLVANIA: destruction of voter registrations
"The Community Voters Project is a "non-partisan" lefty organization
whose mission is to register people to vote, with a particular
emphasis on minorities. In the 2008 election, they had offices in 10
states and registered around 300,000 minority voters. So far, so good.
This year, however, it seems they aren't registering everyone who
wants to vote. Outside a CVP office in Philadelphia, for example, they
shredded and threw away numerous registration forms. A number of these
were for people trying to register as a Republican." Mike Flynn,
Philly activist group shreds GOP registrations, Breitbart, Nov. 5,
2012.
11/5/12: VIRGINIA: improperly influencing the elderly
"The daughter of an Alzheimer’s patient is fighting mad that a Henrico
County rehabilitation facility cast her mother’s vote in the face of
warnings that the elderly woman “doesn’t know what she is doing.”
Janet Benedict, of Louisa, told Watchdog.org she was stunned when the
activities director at Lexington Court informed her that 81-year-old
Dorene Hagen had voted via absentee ballot." Kenric Ward, VA: Power of
attorney doesn't stop Alzheimer's patient from voting, Watchdog, Nov.
5, 2012.
11/5/12: MASSACHUSETTS: Joel Santiago-Vazquez, Bruno Paulino, Jose
Jimenez, Marcos Acosta: noncitizen voter registration fraud
"FOX Undercover found out something else about Santiago-Vazquez. He's
been registered to vote from his home address in Lawrence since 2010.
Our investigation shows he's not the only registered voter in Lawrence
who is not a citizen. By cross-checking Lawrence voter records with
criminal records that included records indicating lack of citizenship,
we found three others: * Bruno Paulino is a legal resident detained by
immigration authorities earlier this year, has been a registered
Lawrence voter since 2009; * Jose Jimenez, a legal resident who faces
"potential deportation to the Dominican Republic", according to
federal court records, has been a registered Republican in Lawrence
since 2010; * and Marcos Acosta, picked up during a recent immigration
sweep, has been a registered voter in Lawrence since 2008."
Non-citizens registered to vote in Lawrence but officials shrug, Fox
Boston, Nov. 5, 2012.
11/3/12: OHIO: voter registration fraud
"The listing, "Adolf Hitler, John...666 Heltz...la," puts his supposed
residence in Los Angeles. It was part of a batch of roughly 200 voter
registrations that election officials say were flagged as possibly
fraudulent, forged, or duplicated by the group that collected them,
FieldWorks, a private Washington, D.C. based firm. FieldWorks, says it
works largely with Democratic candidates, causes and progressive
organizations collecting signatures for voter registration or ballot
initiatives across the country." Eric Shawn, Hitler Appears on Ohio
Voter Registration Form, Fox News, Nov. 4, 2012.
11/2/12: TEXAS: vote harvesting ring, posthumous voting, absentee
ballot fraud
"The Texas Secretary of State has asked the state Attorney General to
look into a complaint of "vote-harvesting" centered around a San
Antonio cemetery." Complaint alleges widespread voter fraud in South
Texas, Gonzales Cannon, Nov. 2, 2012.
11/2/12: NEVADA: double voting
"A criminal complaint accuses Roxanne Rubin of casting a ballot at an
early voting location in Henderson on Oct. 29, then trying to vote
again at a polling site in Las Vegas on the same day." Woman arrested
in Nevada for alleged voter fraud, San Francisco Chronicle, Nov. 2,
2012.
11/2/12: OREGON: ballot tampering
"A temporary worker with the Clackamas County Elections Division is
under investigation over a possible criminal violation of Oregon
Election Laws. Oregon Department of Justice spokesperson Jeff Manning
confirmed Friday that the state is investigating whether the employee
tampered with ballots." Chad Carter, Clackamas Co. elections employee
investigated for ballot fraud, KOIN 6, Nov. 2, 2012.
11/2/12: SOUTH DAKOTA: vote buying
"The South Dakota GOP accused Democrats on Thursday of trying to buy
votes by serving food at a series of get-out-the-vote rallies" SD
Republicans accuse Dems of trading chili for votes, Associated Press,
Nov. 2, 2012.
11/2/12: MULTIPLE STATES: voting machine malfunction
COLORADO: "How would you feel if you went to vote for Mitt Romney,
but it turned out you voted for Barack Obama? That's the concern in
Pueblo County as early voters are coming forward, saying electronic
voting machines changed their vote. Reports of problems have come from
every polling location in Pueblo county." Voting machines changed
their vote, some say, KOAA, Nov. 2, 2012.
OHIO:"Joan Stevens was one of several early voters at the polls on
Monday. But when Stevens tried to cast her ballot for president, she
noticed a problem. Upon selecting “Mitt Romney” on the electronic
touch screen, Barack Obama’s name lit up. It took Stevens three tries
before her selection was accurately recorded." Nick Bechtel, Problem
found at board of elections, Marion Star, Oct. 31, 2012.
KANSAS: "Nancy explained that while her husband was casting a vote
for Romney, the touchscreen highlighted Obama." Liz Klimas, MORE
ELECTRONIC VOTING MACHINES CHANGING ROMNEY VOTES TO OBAMA: WE LOOKED
INTO IT AND HERE’S WHAT A VENDOR TOLD US, The Blaze, Oct. 31, 2012.
NEVADA: "a voter in Las Vegas tried voting for Governor Mitt
Romney but the machine automatically checked “Obama” multiple times
instead." Voter Machine in Las Vegas Checking Obama, Politichicks,
Oct. 25, 2012.
NORTH CAROLINA: "On Monday, several voters complained that their
electronic ballot machine cast the wrong vote....One of the voters,
Sher Coromalis, says she cast her ballot for Governor Mitt Romney, but
every time she entered her vote the machine defaulted to President
Obama." Scott Gustin, Brandon Jones and Charlie Glancy, Guilford Co.
voters say ballot cast for Romney came up Obama on machine, Fox News,
Oct. 23, 2012. "Faurest Stum says she voted at the Pleasant Garden
Town Hall location. Her vote was for Mitt Romney, but the machine cast
the vote for Barack Obama." Scott Gustin, Brandon Jones and Charlie
Glancy, More voting problems reported in Jamestown, Pleasant Garden,
Fox News, Oct. 24, 2012.
10/30/12: NORTH CAROLINA: double voting
"Former Town Councilwoman Linda Lyons faces voter fraud-related
charges after allegedly trying to vote twice during last year’s
election, according to a Wake County prosecutor." Former Morrisville
councilwoman faces voter fraud charge, News Observer, Oct. 30, 2012.
10/30/12: ARIZONA: absentee ballot fraud
"The Pima County Recorders Office is investigating a case of voter
fraud. F. Ann Rodriguez said, while verifying signatures, her
operators came across a signature that did not match that of two
voters, a husband and wife. Her office then contacted the couple, who
confirmed they had not even received their ballots in the mail" Voter
fraud investigation underway in Pima County, KVOA News, Oct. 30, 2012.
10/29/12: IOWA: absentee ballot fraud
"Muscatine resident Craig White says a Democratic campaign worker
somehow gave his 75-year-old mother the impression that it was OK for
her to sign his name on an absentee ballot request form when he wasn’t
home." Absentee ballot issues reported in 2 Iowa counties, Des Moines
Register, Oct. 29, 2012.
10/23/12: LOUISIANA: Douglas Barthlomew Claiborne: voter registration
fraud
"Sheriff's deputies booked Douglas "Barthlomew" Claiborne, 30, in
Mansfield, into the DeSoto Parish Detention Center on a warrant issued
by the 10th Judicial District in Natchitoches Parish. The Times
reports the arrest warrant was based on a complaint by the Louisiana
Secretary of State's Election and Compliance Unit. It accuses
Claiborne of "procuring falsified voter registration applications."
DeSoto School Board member booked with voter fraud, Associated Press,
Oct. 23, 2012.
10/22/12: ARKANSAS: vote buying
"[former Democrat state Rep. Hudson]Hallum and three others have
pleaded guilty to federal charges of conspiracy to commit election
fraud during the special election that put him in the Arkansas House
of Representatives in 2011. A total of nine people have been charged
by federal and state authorities in connection with the plan." Eric
Shawn, Vodka for votes: Arkansas rep, operatives await sentencing in
fraud scheme, Fox News, Oct. 22, 2012.
10/22/12: COLORADO: electioneering
"Democratic volunteers offered people free t-shirts and pizza for
voting early and posted official Obama campaign signs within 100 feet
of the polling location, which is against federal and state election
laws." Eli Stokols, Colorado GOP accuses Obama volunteers of
electioneering at CSU, Fox KDVR, Oct. 22, 2012.
10/22/12: MICHIGAN: absentee ballot fraud
"More than 800 absentee ballots have not made it to voters in Auburn
Hills and are missing..." Auburn Hills missing hundreds of absentee
ballots, Associated Press, Oct. 22, 2012.
10/22/12: FLORIDA: voter suppression
"The Florida Division of elections and state law enforcement officials
are investigating "multiple" bogus letters sent to Florida voters to
inform them that they have been flagged as suspected illegal,
non-citizen voters...The letters appear to be going mostly or entirely
to Republicans in Florida." Voter suppression efforts in Fla - against
Republicans, Tampa Bay Times, Oct. 22, 2012.
10/19/12: MICHIGAN: voter registration fraud
"Eugenia Huguenin says breast cancer killed her daughter long before a
voter registration card with Michele Huguenin's name and supposed
signature was filed this year in Palm Beach County." Andy Reid and
Barbara Hijek, Dead woman among names on disputed voter forms, Sun
Sentinel, Oct. 19, 2012.
10/19/12: VIRGINIA: Colin Small: destruction of voter registration
applications, disclosure of voter registration information
"Colin Small, was caught throwing out voter registration forms,
Richmond, Va., the Rockingham County sheriff's office confirmed to CBS
News." Lucy Madison, Man charged after tossing voter registration
forms in Virginia, CBS News, Oct. 19, 2012.
10/19/12: FLORIDA: Michel S. Pawlowski: registration fraud
"In documents filed with the Secretary of State, [former St. Augustine
Beach Mayor Frank] Charles claims that the father of City Commissioner
Undine Pawlowski, 68-year-old Michel S Pawlowski, has fraudulently
misrepresented his place of residence at the beach, presumably so that
her gentleman friend, Edward Stephen George, can pick up another
critical vote." Former mayor claims voter fraud at beach, Historic
City News, Oct. 19, 2012.
ballot tampering
A judge set a $10,000 cash bail for Enrico "Jack" Villamaino, after
after the former East Longmeadow selectman pleaded innocent to a
12-count election fraud indictment. Jack Flynn, Former East Longmeadow
Selectman Enrico "Jack" Villamaino denies 12-count election fraud
indictment, The Massachusetts Republican, Oct. 17, 2012.
double voting
"Three Franklin County residents face felony charges of voter fraud
after the Board of Elections reported that they had voted more than
once in a past election." 3 People Indicted for Felony Vote Fraud, The
Columbus Dispatch, Oct. 17, 2012.
10/16/12: FLORIDA: Noucelie Josna, Carline Paul: absentee ballot fraud
"In his lawsuit, Julien alleges that Josna and a woman named Carline
Paul gathered several fraudulent absentee ballots from nursing homes
and apartments. Josna has not responded to a court-ordered subpoena
and a private investigator hired by Julien has not been able to track
her down. On Tuesday, Judge Charles Francis reviewed more than 150
absentee ballots from two contested precincts in the race and found
six of them to be invalid." Toluse Olorunnipa, Judge wants police to
find 'Queen of Absentee Ballots', The Miami Herald, Oct. 16, 2012.
10/15/12: WISCONSIN: Yadira Colon: election fraud and falsification of
nomination papers
"A former Oshkosh woman has been convicted of two felonies for
election fraud and falsification of nomination papers. Yadira Colon
was convicted Monday in Milwaukee County Circuit Court and sentenced
to 20 days in jail and one year on probation." Former Oskhosh Woman
Yadira Colon Convicted of Election Fraud, Associated Press, Oct. 15,
2012.
10/10/12: MICHIGAN: John Scott: election fraud
"Oakland County prosecutors are expected to issue a misdemeanor
election fraud warrant today against John Scott, an independent
candidate for Oakland County commissioner." Election fraud warrant to
be issued against candidate in Oakland County race, Detroit Free
Press, Oct. 10, 2012.
10/5/12: FLORIDA: Florida Democrat Party, Florida New Majority
Education Fund, National Council of La Raza/Democracia USA: voter
registration fraud
"The Florida Department of State on Friday confirmed that it has
forwarded complaints about voter registration fraud that have been
filed against the Democrats, as well as two other groups — the Florida
New Majority Education Fund and the National Council of La
Raza/Democracia USA." Gary Fineout, Voter fraud complaint filed
against Fla. Democrats, San Francisco Chronicle, Oct. 5, 2012.
10/2/12: NORTH DAKOTA: Samuel Ojuri, Joshua Colville, Marcus Williams,
Brendin Pierre, Lucas Albers, Aireal Boyd, Demitrius Gray, Bryan
Shepherd, Antonio Rogers and Charles Smith III: forgery
"Ten football players at North Dakota State pleaded guilty Tuesday to
misdemeanor election fraud and were sentenced to community service for
faking signatures on ballot measure petitions they were hired to
collect. Among the players on the nation’s top-ranked Football
Championship Subdivision team who pleaded guilty were starters Samuel
Ojuri, Joshua Colville, Marcus Williams and Brendin Pierre. The other
players were Lucas Albers, Aireal Boyd, Demitrius Gray, Bryan
Shepherd, Antonio Rogers and Charles Smith III." 10 North Dakota State
University football players plead guilty in petition fraud case,
Washington Post, Oct. 2, 2012.
9/30/12: MARYLAND: deceased voting
"According to their research, voter registration numbers for
Montgomery County resident Rufus Harris of Silver Spring, who died in
2002, was used to cast an absentee ballot in the 2008 general
election. Prince George’s County resident George T. Zell of
Hyattsville, who died in July 2004, cast a vote in the 2004 general
election. Records also indicated that Harris became registered as a
voter on Sept. 4, 2008, six years after his death. The group also
identified two deceased people who were registered to vote after their
deaths. James Proctor of Laurel died in 1988 and became registered in
1992, and Virginia Ann Given of Upper Marlboro, who died in 1991, also
became registered in 1992. Both names remain on the Maryland rolls
today as “inactive” voters, although neither have cast a vote under
their new voter registration numbers." Mary Dowling, 67, who currently
resides in a nursing home in Timonium, has two voter registration
numbers. The latest voting records that are available show Dowling has
been voting twice in almost every even-year election since 2002, in
both the general and the primary. Ten out of 16 times Dowling voted by
absentee ballot. Glynis Kazanjian, Dead people voted and registered to
vote, Maryland Reporter, Sept. 30, 2012.
9/29/12: FLORIDA: Nathan Sproul and Strategic Allied Consulting: voter
registration fraud
"The firm, Strategic Allied Consulting, has been fired by the
Republican National Committee after over 100 hundred allegedly
fraudulent signatures appeared in Palm Beach County." Eric Shawn, RNC
Fires Consulting Firm After Florida Counties Report Voter Registration
Fraud, Fox News, Sept. 29, 2012.
9/28/12: NEW JERSEY: John Fernandez: absentee ballot fraud
"John Fernandez, 61, of Belleville, was found guilty of election fraud
following a two-week trial. The jury found Fernandez guilty of charges
of conspiracy (2nd degree), election fraud (2nd degree), absentee
ballot fraud (3rd degree), tampering with public records or
information (3rd degree), and forgery (4th degree)." Darryl R.
Isherwood, Essex man convicted of absentee ballot fraud, Politicker
NJ, Sept. 28, 2012.
9/26/12: ARKANSAS: Amos Sanders, Lisa Burns, Deshay Lorenzo Parker
III, Leroy Grant: absentee ballot fraud
"Five more Crittenden County residents were arrested and charged
Tuesday with using absentee ballots to defraud an election official
during three special elections in 2011.....The new charges were filed
against Eric Fontain Cox of Earle and four people from West Memphis —
Amos Sanders, Lisa Burns, Deshay Lorenzo Parker III and Leroy Grant."
5 charged iwth ballot fraud in Crittenden County, 4 guilty pleas
already entered, Baxter Bulletin, Sept. 26, 2012.
9/25/12: ARIZONA: double voting
"Secretary of State Ken Bennett announced Tuesday that nine new cases
of suspected voter fraud from the 2008 election are under
investigation by the Arizona Attorney General. Bennett said the
Cross-State Match program helps states exchange voter-registration
history to keep people from voting more than once in any given
election." Jim Cross, Arizona ready to crack down on voter fraud,
KTAR, Sept. 25, 2012.
9/20/12: IOWA: Albert Harte-Maxwell, Linda Harte-Maxwell, Maria
Ayon-Fernandez: non-citizen voting
"The Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation filed election misconduct
charges Thursday against three Council Bluffs residents, alleging they
registered to vote without U.S. citizenship and voted in at least one
election... The three people arrested in Iowa, where it's a felony for
noncitizens to vote, were 52-year-old Albert Harte-Maxwell and
49-year-old Linda Harte-Maxwell, along with Maria Ayon-Fernandez, 40.
The Harte-Maxwells have Canadian citizenship, and Ayon-Fernandez is
from Mexico. All three were booked into the Pottawattamie County jail
on Thursday and released." David Pitt, 3 noncitizens in Iowa charged
with voter fraud, Associated Press, Sept. 20, 2012.
9/14/12: INDIANA: Paul Etheridge, Joshua Clemons: vote fraud
"According to the indictment, Paul Etheridge, a candidate in the New
Albany Democratic mayoral primary, knowingly forged or falsely made
the official endorsement of the ballots of two women in March 2011.
The indictment also alleges Etheridge solicited one of the women to
complete the ballot, knowing she was ineligible to register to vote or
to vote. The indictment also claimed Etheridge delivered the ballots
to the women to vote. Separately, Joshua Clemons was indicted on
charges he solicited two others to complete an absentee ballot knowing
they were ineligible to register to vote or to vote and delivering the
ballots to them to vote." New Albany mayoral primary candidate
indicted on voter fraud charges, WLKY, Sept. 14, 2012.
9/11/12: HAWAII: double voting
"Hawaii County detectives have opened an investigation into
allegations of voter fraud during the 2010 election. Police declined
to give details, but the Hawaii County Clerk's Office said in July
that an audit of the county’s voter rolls showed four people voted
twice in 2010 elections and that between 50 and 60 people were
registered more than once." Hawaii County police open 2010 voter fraud
investigation, Honolulu Star Advertiser, Sept. 11, 2012.
9/7/12: CALIFORNIA: Ricardo Lopez-Munguia: noncitizen voting
"A Mexican who was deported decades ago for drug trafficking pleaded
guilty this week to living illegally in Escondido under a false
identity and fraudulently voting in the 2008 U.S. presidential
election, federal authorities said Friday. Ricardo Lopez-Munguia, 45,
pleaded guilty Thursday to attempted entry to the U.S. after
deportation, making a false claim to U.S. citizenship, and voter fraud
by an illegal alien, according to a statement from the U.S. attorney's
office." Mexican man admits to voter fraud, Escondido, Sept. 7, 2012.
9/7/12: IOWA: Jason Anthony Rawlin, Stacy Rae Brown: election fraud
"A DCI investigation has resulted in two individuals being charged
with Election Fraud, a Class D Felony, and Fraudulent Practices, an
Aggravated Misdemeanor. Those charged are 37 year old Jason Anthony
Rawlin of Indianola, Iowa, and 37 year old Stacy Rae Brown of Kanawha,
Iowa." More Election Charges Filed, Iowa Republican, 2012.
9/7/12: NORTH DAKOTA: Lucas Albers, Aireal Boyd, Don Carter, Joshua
Colville, Joshua Gatlin, Demitrius Gray, Darren (D.J.) McNorton, Sam
Ojuri, Brendin Pierre, Antonio Rodgers, Bryan Shepherd, Charles (C.J.)
Smith, Marcus Williams, Jennifer Krahn and William Brown: forgery
"Fifteen people were charged Friday with violating North Dakota
election law, many of them telling investigators they forged names on
petitions they circulated in order to meet quotas and achieve bonus
pay...According to the Cass County State’s Attorney’s Office, the
individuals charged are: Lucas Albers, Aireal Boyd, Don Carter, Joshua
Colville, Joshua Gatlin, Demitrius Gray, Darren (D.J.) McNorton, Sam
Ojuri, Brendin Pierre, Antonio Rodgers, Bryan Shepherd, Charles (C.J.)
Smith, Marcus Williams, Jennifer Krahn and William Brown." Dave Olson,
15 accused of rampant petition fraud in face of quotas, bonus pay; 10
Bison FB players charged, Inforum, Sept. 7, 2012.
9/5/12: ARKANSAS: Hudson Hallum, Kent Hallum, Phillip Wayne Carter and
Sam Malone: absentee ballot fraud; bribery
"Prosecutors said Democratic Rep. Hudson Hallum of Marion, Kent
Hallum, Phillip Wayne Carter and Sam Malone acknowledged that they
participated in a conspiracy to bribe voters to influence absentee
votes in the Arkansas District 54 primary, runoff and general
elections in 2011." Ark. lawmaker pleads guilty to election charge,
Fox News 16, Sept. 5, 2012.
9/2/12: NORTH DAKOTA: vote fraud
"The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead reported the statement said formal
misdemeanor charges against the others were expected in a day or so.
The newspaper reported Tuesday eight North Dakota State University
football players and one former player were among the 10 people
suspected of fraud in attempts to place two measures on this fall's
general election ballot." 10 to face voter fraud charges in N.D., UPI,
Sept. 5, 2012.
9/2/12: CALIFORNIA: Roderick Wright: vote fraud
"Almost two years after his grand jury indictment on eight felony
counts of voter fraud and perjury, state Sen. Roderick Wright has yet
to stand trial. The longtime Inglewood Democrat may not get his full
day in court before voters decide this fall whether to give him
another term in the Legislature." Jean Merl, State senator's trial may
begin just before election, Los Angeles Times, Sept. 2, 2012.
9/2/12: FLORIDA: Derrick Henry: absentee ballot fraud
"Two weeks ago, the Supervisor of Elections, Ann McFall, announced her
office was looking into questionable absentee ballots gathered by
Henry's campaign. In 2012, Henry won a city commission seat for zone
five and was in office when he was charged and arrested for voter
fraud after one of his workers fraudulently requested absentee
ballots." Saul Saenz, Derrick Henry campaign responds to voter fraud
allegations, News 13, Sept. 2, 2012.
9/1/12: FLORIDA: absentee ballot fraud
"Rep. John Patrick Julien’s official challenge to the results of the
District 107 primary race for the Florida House includes allegations
of absentee ballot fraud at assisted living facilities and nursing
homes." Julien's claim of absentee ballot fraud focuses on nursing
homes, ALFs", Miami Herald, Sept. 1, 2012.
8/22/12: RHODE ISLAND: David Cicilline: vote fraud
"Democratic congressional candidate Anthony Gemma on Wednesday accused
U.S. Rep. David Cicilline of committing voter fraud." Michelle R.
Smith, Gemma Accuses Cicilline of Voter Fraud, Boston Globe, Aug. 22,
2012.
8/15/12: Timothy Noel Zureick: voter registration fraud "A former Ohio
University student was in jail in Hamilton County Wednesday, facing
multiple felony counts for allegedly forging 22 signatures on a
petition for the redistricting amendment to the Ohio Constitution. He
faces an additional criminal charge for having allegedly signed his
own name with a false address." Jim Phillips, Former OU student
charged with forging signatures on redistricting petition, Athens
News, Aug. 15, 2012.
8/13/12: FLORIDA: Josef Sever: noncitizen voting
"A Plantation man who authorities said admitted voting in two
presidential elections in Broward County though he is not a U.S.
citizen has been indicted on federal charges. Federal investigators
began looking at Josef Sever, 52, earlier this year when state
officials forwarded his name as a possible illegal voter, according to
court records. The indictment against Sever was made public on
Monday." Paula McMahon, Just in time for primaries, Broward
non-citizen indicted for voting, Sun Sentinel, Aug. 13, 2012.
8/11/12: IOWA
"An Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation agent has been assigned to
work full-time with Secretary of State Matt Schultz's office to look
into allegations of voter fraud" Agent reassigned to chase voter
fraud, Associated Press, Aug. 11, 2012.
8/10/12: FLORIDA: Sergio Robaina: absentee ballot fraud
"Sergio Robaina was charged with two felony counts of voter fraud for
allegedly filling out the two ballots in a way that did not match the
voters’ intentions. He also faces two counts of violating a county
ordinance by possessing more than two absentee ballots belonging to
others." Former Hialeah mayor's uncle arrested in absentee-ballot
fraud investigation, Miami Herald, Aug. 10, 2012.
8/9/12: MICHIGAN: Paul Seewald, Don Yowchuang: petition fraud
"[F]our former staffers 'were engaged in a blatant attempt to commit
forgery and election fraud,' Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette
said at a news conference in Detroit. 'They copied petitions,
submitted petitions falsely signed by circulators and did
cut-and-paste jobs that would make an elementary art teacher cringe,'
Schuette said." David Bailey, Ex-US lawmaker's aides charged with
faking vote petitions, Chicago Tribune, Aug. 9, 2012.
8/7/12: MASSACHUSETTS: voter registration fraud
"The Massachusetts Secretary of State’s Office is looking into
possible voter registration fraud in east Longmeadow. The problem came
to light when some voters in town say their party affiliations were
changed without permission." Secretary of State Galvin Investigates
Possible Voter Registration Fraud in East Longmeadow, WGGB ABC40, Aug.
7, 2012.
8/6/12: OHIO: voter registration fraud
"The Montgomery County Board of Elections is investigating a large
case of possible voter registration fraud, after receiving more than
100 “suspicious” registration cards from a single organization, many
that appeared to have false or nonexistent addresses." Jeremy Kelly,
Montgomery Co. probes possible voter fraud, Dayton Daily News, Aug. 6,
2012.
8/3/12: CALIFORNIA: nonresident voting
"A Record investigation found McNerney registered and voted in the
primary election in Stockton, though his main residence appears to be
in Pleasanton." GOP officials file complaint of voter fraud against
McNerney, The Record, August 3, 2012.
8/2/12: TEXAS: nonresident voting "Upshur County GOP Chairman Ken
Ambrose has filed a new complaint with the Texas attorney general
regarding potential voter fraud in the county’s primary
election....Ambrose said at least six people participated in early
voting for the May 29 Republican Primary with “questionable”
addresses." Christina Lane, Upshur County GOP chairman alleges voter
fraud, News Journal, August 2, 2012.
8/2/12: FLORIDA: Deisy Penton de Cabrera: absentee ballot fraud
"Deisy Penton de Cabrera, 56, was charged with absentee-ballot fraud,
a third-degree felony, and two misdemeanor counts of violating a
county ordinance that makes it illegal for anyone to possess more than
two ballots belonging to other voters. Investigators say Cabrera
illegally collected at least 31 absentee ballots for the Aug. 14
primary election." Patricia Mazzei, Daniel Chang, Charles Rabin and
Christina Veiga, Florida woman is charged with absentee-ballot fraud,
McClatchy Newspapers, August 2, 2012.
8/2/12: TEXAS: vote fraud "Political activist Armando Gonzales says in
his letter to Kennedy that there was suspect activity both during the
early vote and on election day. He claims voters were unduly
influenced on their way to the polls and at the voting booth."
Complaint Filed Claiming Voter Fraud, Fox, August 2, 2012.
7/30/12: TEXAS: voter intimidation
"Esiquiel Silva joined the Citizens Against Voter Abuse because he
said his father was almost victimized. He claims the elderly man was
almost forced into a van headed to the polls to vote for a certain
candidate. Silva said it all happened while his father was at an adult
day care in Brownsville." Daisy Martinez, Keeping a Close Eye on Voter
Fraud, Valley Central, July 30, 2012.
7/30/12: FLORIDA: vote fraud
"Authorities are investigating a case of potential voter fraud, right
before the August primary. A 71-year-old Hialeah woman said she
trusted a woman to fill out her absentee ballot. However, the woman
took off with the ballot, and the elderly woman said she has no clue
for whom she voted." Alleged voter fraud incident under investigation,
WSVN, July 30, 2012.
7/29/12: TEXAS: vote fraud
"According to the amended petition, more than 30 people cast a ballot
who were not registered to vote at least 30 days before the election.
The petition states the voters registered between May 14-19. The
primary was May 29. It also lists several voters who submitted mail-in
ballots stating they are disabled. Barrera's petition asks for those
ballots to be declared void because those people are not disabled.
Others, the petition states, have permanent addresses in Alice but
actually live in Corpus Christi." Julie Silva, Jim Wells Election
Contest Goes to Court, Caller, July 29, 2012.
7/29/12: FLORIDA: Daisy Cabrera: absentee ballot fraud
"Matilde Galindo, who is 75 and illiterate, has no clue who she voted
for last week. She said that late in June, Daisy Cabrera, an
acquaintance of a distant relative, offered to help her register as a
Miami-Dade County voter... Authorities are investigating Cabrera, 56,
after finding her in possession of dozens of absentee ballots last
week in Hialeah. It is the first case of its kind since a new county
ordinance took effect this month that makes it a misdemeanor to
possess two or more ballots belonging to someone else." Melissa
Sanchez and Enrique Flor, As Hialeah absentee-ballot probe continues,
voter regrets accepting help, Miami Herald, July 29, 2012.
7/28/12: HAWAII: absentee ballot fraud
"The FBI has gotten involved in an investigation into allegations of
voter fraud on the Big Island, sources told Hawaii News Now
Friday...About one week ago, state officials received reports about
possible voter fraud on the Big Island, allegations that someone was
doctoring absentee ballots, sources said." Keoki Kerr, Sources: State
Taps FBI for Help in Voter Fraud Probe, Hawaii News Now, July 28,
2012.
7/27/12: MISSISSIPPI: vote fraud
"A Hinds County jury ordered Tuesday's election after finding the
first runoff between Cooper-Stokes and Jackson was tainted by voter
fraud." Report: Some votes not certified in Ward 3 City Council
election, MSNBC, July 27, 2012.
7/26/12: NEW MEXICO: Luz Vargas, Mary Ann O'Brien: false voting
"Authorities say 56-year-old Luz Vargas registered El Paso, Texas,
resident Mary Ann O'Brien to vote in Sunland Park's municipal election
in March. They were charged Wednesday with false voting, conspiracy to
commit false voting, registration offenses, falsifying election
documents and false swearing." 2 more accused of fraud in Sunland Park
election, San Francisco Gate, July 26, 2012.
7/26/12: VIRGINIA: Bonnie Nicholson: felon voting
"A felon living in Louisa County registered to vote illegally and then
cast a ballot in the 2008 presidential election after filling out and
submitting a voter-registration form she received by mail from the
Voter Participation Center, a state senator who prosecuted the case
confirmed Wednesday." Mark Bowes, Louisa felon illegally registered
after receiving form from Voter Participation Center, Richmond Times
Dispatch, July 26, 2012.
7/26/12: ARIZONA: deceased voting
"A Pinal County supervisor candidate has withdrawn from the race in
the wake of voter-fraud allegations involving a former companion who,
records show, has continued to vote by absentee ballot in the five
years since her death. His statement made no mention of the scandal
unleashed in an anonymous, undated letter sent several weeks ago to
the Pinal County Recorder's Office. As recently as this year, the
letter alleged, someone had been filling out and mailing in absentee
ballots addressed to a woman who died on Feb. 3, 2007. The woman,
Sheila Nassar, and Enright lived together at the time of her death."
Lindsey Collom, Pinal County supervisor hopeful John Enright quits,
The Republic, July 26, 2012.
7/26/12: KENTUCKY: Naomi Johnson, Jackie Jennings, Earl Young: vote
buying
"Three people from Breathitt County who were involved in a vote buying
scheme in a 2010 magistrate's race are expected to be sentenced. Naomi
Johnson, Jackie Jennings, and Earl Young all pleaded guilty or were
convicted in the case." Three convicted in vote fraud case will be
sentenced Thursday, WYMT, July 26, 2012.
7/25/12: KENTUCKY: vote buying
""We believe that drug money did buy votes," Kerry B. Harvey, U.S.
attorney for the Eastern District of Kentucky, said. He described a
stunning vote-buying scheme that includes "very extensive, organized
criminal activity, involving hundreds of thousands of dollars, and in
many cases that involves drug money." Harvey has led a recent string
of federal prosecutions exposing the widespread and accepted practice
of vote buying in eastern Kentucky." Eric Shawn, Drug money funds
voter fraud in Kentucky, Fox News, July 25, 2012.
7/23/12: MICHIGAN: vote fraud
"A Macomb Township resident has filed a lawsuit against the county and
Macomb Township clerks that challenges the validity of more than 50
signatures on supervisor candidate Janet Dunn's nominating petitions"
Macomb Man Alleges Election Fraud, Sues Township, County Clerks, The
Patch, July 23, 2012.
7/20/12: ARKANSAS: ballot fraud
"A special prosecutor has been appointed to handle a case involving
allegations of voter fraud in Mississippi County." Special prosecutor
to handle Ark. vote fraud case, Associated Press, July 20, 2012.
7/20/12: WEST VIRGINIA: absentee ballot fraud
"Lincoln County Commissioner Thomas Ramey is scheduled to plead guilty
next month in connection with a vote fraud investigation." Guilty Plea
Hearing Set In Vote Fraud Case, Metro News, July 20, 2012.
7/20/12: WISCONSIN: Brice E. Liezen: felon voting
"A 41-year-old Wisconsin Rapids man who was convicted of a felony in
2009 faces a new felony charge after authorities say he voted in the
June 5 recall election. Brice E. Liezen is charged with voter
registration fraud." Karen Madden, Felon charged with voter fraud,
Daily Tribune, July 19, 2012.
7/17/12: CALIFORNIA: vote fraud
"The documents state that in city elections in 2007 and 2009, ballots
in favor of challengers were discarded, while ballots that favored
incumbents were retained." Olsen Ebright, Melissa Pamer and Jason
Kandel, Election Fraud Alleged in Cudahy; 2 Accept Plea Deal, NBC Los
Angeles, July 17, 2012.
7/13/12: NEW MEXICO: Jose Ramirez, Elizabeth Ramirez, Matthew
Valenzuela, Nelson Owens: registration fraud
"Third Judicial District Attorney Amy Orlando announced Friday that
voter fraud charges from a Sunland Park election were filed against
Texas residents Jose Ramirez, Elizabeth Ramirez, Matthew Valenzuela
and Santa Teresa, N.M. resident Nelson Owens." 4 more charged in
Sunland Park voter fraud case, Associated Press, July 13, 2012.
7/12/12: ARIZONA: nonresident voting
"A former candidate for Mohave County Sheriff was charged on felony
counts for claiming to be a resident of the county when he actually
was not. Michael David Hays of Flagstaff was charged in Kingman
Justice Court on four counts of voter fraud. The first count stated
that on March 11, 2010, Hays allegedly made fraudulent statements
about his residence on a voter registration form. The second count
stated that on Jan. 22, 2011, he allegedly made fraudulent statements
on the form." Jim Seckler, Former candidate charged with voter fraud,
The Daily News, July 12, 2012.
7/10/12: VIRGINIA: Sheila J. Peterson: felon voting
"A convicted drug felon who pleaded no contest Tuesday to illegally
registering to vote in the 2008 general election later withdrew her
plea after a judge – concerned about her sobriety – ordered that she
immediately be tested for drugs. She failed, testing positive for
cocaine." Mark Bowes, Woman in voter fraud case jailed after positive
drug screen, Richmond Times Dispatch, July 10, 2012.
7/6/12: VIRGINIA: nonresident voting
"A former Charlottesville City Council candidate will spend 60 days in
jail for using a false address on campaign filings... Halfaday pleaded
guilty in August 2011 to a felony election fraud count. Prosecutors
say he no longer lived at an address he listed on campaign paperwork
that he filed for the 2011 election." Voter fraud sends former
Charlottesville Council candidate to jail, Associated Press, July 6,
2012.
7/6/12: TEXAS: dead voting
"There are about 325 supercentenarians in the country and 79th
District Attorney Armando Barrera finds it hard to believe 18 of them
voted in the Brooks County primary in May." Julie Silva, Allegations
of voter fraud in Jim Wells, Brooks counties, Corpus Christi Caller,
July 7, 2012.
7/3/12: NEW YORK: vote fraud
"Rangel holds a narrow lead of just 802 votes in the Democratic
primary for New York's 13th congressional district -- 2,000 absentee
and affidavit ballots are set to be counted on Thursday. Both sides
are waiting for the final tally in a race marred by accusations from
supporters of Rangel's challenger that there was widespread voter
fraud and voter suppression aimed at Latino voters." Eric Shawn,
Rangel opponent floats possibility of new election amid fraud claims,
Fox News, July 3, 2012.
7/3/12: CALIFORNIA: vote fraud
"Two elections are now part of an FBI investigation into allegations
of corruption at Cudahy City Hall. Transcripts of wiretaps allegedly
show that local officials believed they could control election
outcomes." In Cudahy, FBI probes allegations of election fraud, Los
Angeles Times, July 3, 2012.
7/2/12: NEW MEXICO: Elias Fresquez: vote buying
"Last month, 4 On Your Side investigative team showed an undercover
video of a political operative Elias Fresquez telling our producer who
to vote for and offering whiskey as he drove him to an early voting
site." 4 On Your Side: State police to investigate Espanola voter
fraud, KOB News, July 2, 2012.
6/26/12: OHIO: Robert Gilchrist: illegal voting
"Robert Gilchrist, former director of the Lorain County Community
Action Agency and Lorain city official, was secretly indicted on four
counts of illegal voting." Kaylee Remington, Gilchrist indicted for
voter fraud, The Morning Journal, Jun. 26, 2012.
6/25/12: WISCONSIN: missing voter signatures
"Republican recount observers are raising a red flag over votes cast
by residents who registered on election day after pages of missing
signatures from same-day voters have been discovered throughout the
City of Racine." Heather Asiyanbi, More Election Snafus Reported in
Racine Recall Election, Caledonia Patch, Jun. 26, 2012.
6/25/12: VIRGINIA: Feda Kidd Morton: registration fraud
"A grand jury handed down an indictment against Feda Kidd Morton
Monday morning in Fluvanna County Circuit Court, formally accusing her
of making a false statement on a voter registration form,
Commonwealth’s Attorney Jeffery W. Haislip confirmed." Fluvanna school
teacher officially indicted in voter fraud, The Daily Progress, Jun.
25, 2012.
6/20/12: NEW YORK: multiple voting
"The commissioner of the state Department of Education is
investigating election fraud accusations at the
Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk School District... John Allen said he brought
up concerns because he saw more than one person vote more than once at
the May 15 election, saw students wearing "Vote Yes" T-shirts in the
polling place and said the voting procedures were disorganized." RCS
vote subject of state fraud probe, Times Union, Jun. 20, 2012.
6/19/12: ARKANSAS: absentee ballot fraud
"Prosecuting Attorney Scott Ellington has asked a state police
investigator to look into suspected absentee ballot fraud in one
Region 8 county." Ellington asks Investigator to look into suspected
voter fraud, KAITC8 ABC, Jun. 19, 2012.
6/14/12: WISCONSIN: vote fraud
"The Racine County sheriff's department is trying to find out how
election related documents ended up in a dumpster. The sheriff's
department confirms they are investigating possible voting
irregularities at the Cesar Chavez Community Center." Racine County
sheriff's department looking into possible voting irregularities,
WTMJ, Jun. 14, 2012.
6/14/2012 ARIZONA: nonresident voting, posthumous voting
"The political furor is complicated by allegations of election fraud
in a mayoral vote that tallied just 706 ballots. Town Manager Alex
Taft announced during this week's council meeting that 168 votes are
under investigation. Cowell said she and other incumbents believe
"something is not right" because about 300 new voters registered
before the election, including some staying on federal lands. "We have
proof that there were (three) people who were dead who voted," she
added." Dennis Wagner, Quartsite refuses to seat winning mayor,
Arizona Republic, June 14, 2012.
6/11/2012 PENNSYLVANIA: Robyn Pugh: nonresident voting
"The Monroe County district attorney's office charged the embattled
former Middle Smithfield Township golf course director with several
counts of voter fraud Monday. Robyn Pugh was charged with perjury,
false swearing in official matters and unlawful voting. She could
receive up to 10 years in prison and fines of $20,000. The DA alleged
that Pugh registered to vote in Middle Smithfield Township and voted
there four times when she was actually living in Stroud Township." DA
charges ex-Middle Smithfield golf director Pugh with voter fraud,
Pocono Record, June 11, 2012.
6/6/2012 OHIO: Joseph Gallucci: election fraud
"Russo testified that he figured Gallucci's sham candidacy saved him
about $50,000 in campaign advertising he didn't have to pay." James F.
McCarty, Former Cuyahoga County employee is sentenced to prison for
running a sham election in 2006, Plain Dealer, June 6, 2012.
5/25/2012 VIRGINIA: Sheila J. Peterson & Michael Anthony Harris: felon
voting
"Sheila J. Peterson, 53, was indicted Monday by a Chesterfield County
grand jury on one felony count of making a false statement on an
election form on Oct. 3, 2008, according to court records. Last week,
Michael Anthony Harris, 50, was arrested in Chesterfield on a similar
charge for an offense that occurred on Sept. 26, 2008, records show."
Mark Bowes, State voter fraud investigation results in two more
arrests in Chesterfield , Richmond Times-Dispatch, May 25, 2012.
5/23/2012 TEXAS: ineligible voting
"A KAMC investigation shows Harvey has reason to question her
election. We obtained a copy of the official list of voters filed with
the Texas Secretary of State's Office by officials in Crosby County.
That list says 187 people voted in the recent election. We also go a
copy of the tally sheet used by election officials to count the votes.
It lists 199 total votes for mayor... Rowland and Jane King said two
of their neighbors were given ballots for council races where they
weren't eligible to vote. When they went to City Hall to question the
validity of that, nobody could give them an answer." Nick Ochsner,
KAMC Investigates: Voter Fraud in the City of Lorenzo, KAMC, May 23,
2012.
5/23/2012 IDAHO: double voting
"A northern Idaho county is investigating possible election-night
fraud after one voter may have voted twice in the May 15 primary.
Kootenai County told the Coeur d'Alene Press a precinct poll worker
didn't notice a voter had already voted absentee before showing up to
a polling place and voting in person, too." Associated Press, N. Idaho
officials investigating possible voter fraud, KIVI-TV, May 23, 2012.
nonresident voting
"Moving swiftly after a judge dismissed its case, the district
attorney's office refiled 24 perjury and voter-fraud charges late
Thursday afternoon against Councilman Richard Alarcon and his wife,
Flora Montes De Oca Alarcon. The new charges make the same allegations
as a case thrown out by Superior Court Judge Kathleen Kennedy on
Thursday morning, accusing the Alarcons of lying about living in a
house in Panorama City so that the councilman could run for his 7th
District office." Perjury, Fraud Charges Refiled Against Richard
Alarcon And Wife, Los Angeles Times, May 4, 2012.
5/3/2012 WISCONSIN: Yadira Colon: forgery
"A former Oshkosh woman will stand trial on two counts of election
fraud and two counts of falsifying nomination papers.
Forty-four-year-old Yadira Colon was bound over for trial Thursday in
Milwaukee County." Woman to Be Tried for Election Fraud, Associated
Press, May 3, 2012.
5/2/2012 INDIANA: Douglas Campbell: absentee ballot fraud
"Austin Mayor Douglas Campbell and a city employee surrendered Tuesday
to face the felony voter fraud and conspiracy charges. The accusations
include that they illegally accepted absentee ballots from voters and
that Campbell in one instance filled out a woman's incomplete ballot."
Southern Indiana mayor faces voter fraud charges, Associated Press,
May 2, 2012.
4/26/2012 WISCONSIN: Austin Thompson: nonresident voting
"Voter registration applications from three men who listed the
Glendale Residence Inn as their address is what sparked this
investigation…The three including Austin Thompson, who was arrested
last year during an occupy protest, are accused of voter fraud by
registering and voting even though they lived in a hotel." Milwaukee
County DA investigating voter fraud claims, WTMJ4, Apr. 26, 2012.
4/22/2012 VIRGINIA: 400 cases of vote fraud
"As Virginia legislators hotly debated a voter ID bill that narrowly
passed the General Assembly, many were unaware of a state police
investigation that, so far, has resulted in charges against 38 people
statewide for voter fraud. Warrants have been obtained for a 39th
person who can't be located. A majority of those cases already have
resulted in convictions, and 26 additional cases are still being
actively investigated nearly 3½ years after the state Board of
Elections forwarded more than 400 voter and election fraud allegations
from 62 cities and counties to Virginia State Police for individual
investigation." Mark Bowes, Va. Investigates voter fraud , Richmond
Times Dispatch, Apr. 22, 2012.
4/14/2012 FLORIDA: 9 individuals charged with various counts of vote
fraud "Abra “Tina” Hill Johnson, 43, was charged with 10 counts of
fraud in connection with casting a vote, and two counts of absentee
ballots and voting violations. Her husband Ernest Sinclair Johnson,
Jr., 45, was charged with 11 counts of fraud in connection with
casting votes, one count of corruptly influencing voting, and one
count of perjury by false written declaration. Jada Woods Williams,
34, Madison County Supervisor of Elections, was charged with 17 counts
of neglect of duty and corrupt practices for allowing the distribution
of these absentee ballots, contrary to Florida state statute. The
following individuals, all residents of Madison, Fla., were arrested
* Judy Ann Crumitie, 51, charged with four counts of fraud in
connection with casting a vote, and one count of providing a false
report to law enforcement authorities
* Laverne V. Haynes, 57, charged with two counts of fraud in
connection with casting a vote, two counts of perjury by false written
declaration, and one count of providing a false report to law
enforcement authorities
* Ora Bell Rivers, 41, charged with seven counts of fraud in
connection with casting a vote, three counts of perjury by false
written declaration, and one count of providing a false report to law
enforcement authorities
* Raven Simona Williams, 20, charged with two counts of fraud in
connection with casting a vote, two counts of perjury by false written
declaration, and one count of providing a false report to law
enforcement authorities
* Shalonda Michaelle Brinson, 36, charged with nine counts of fraud in
connection with casting a vote, and one count of provided a false
report to law enforcement authorities." Julie Montanaro and Mike
Springer, Madison 9 Attorney Speaks Out, WCTV, Apr. 14, 2012.
4/10/2012 CALIFORNIA: Gary Sabara, Jr.: nonresident voting
"In one of the disallowed ballots, the chamber alleged voter Gary
Sabara Jr. actually lived in Buena Park. Frederic Woocher, the
chamber's attorney, presented evidence gathered by a private
investigator, including Sabara's Facebook page and an Orange County
Register article that listed him as a resident of Buena Park." Sam
Allen, Vernon council election thrown into chaos by fraud allegations,
Los Angeles Times, Apr. 10, 2012.
4/3/2012 INDIANA: forgery
"Prosecutors in South Bend, Ind., filed charges Monday 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. The officials are accused of taking part in a scheme to fake
signatures and names on the primary petitions needed to run for
president. Court papers say the plan was hatched by local Democratic
Party officials inside the local party headquarters. Among those
charged is the former long-time chairman of the St. Joseph County
Democratic Party, Butch Morgan, who allegedly ordered the
forgeries...The St. Joseph County Board of Voter Registration's
Democratic board member, Pam Brunette, Board of Voter Registration
worker Beverly Shelton and Democratic volunteer and former board
worker Dustin Blythe also face charges." Eric Shawn, 4 Indiana Dems
charged with election fraud in 2008 presidential race, Fox News, Apr.
3, 2012.
3/24/2012 OHIO: multiple voting, nonresident voting
"Republican Jon Husted said Friday that an initial review by the
Fulton County Board of Elections revealed that an individual appeared
to have voted in both northwest Ohio and South Carolina in the 2008
and 2010 general elections. Husted asked Attorney General Mike DeWine
to investigate. The county board told Husted the individual has been
registered there since 2006. A person with the same name and personal
information has also been a registered and active voter in
SouthCarolina since 2002." Ohio elections chief asks for voter fraud
probe, Associated Press, Mar. 24, 2012
3/22/2012 WISCONSIN: Michael Henderson: vote fraud
"Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen announced today that Michael
Henderson, of Milwaukee, was convicted of election fraud arising out
of the 2008 general Presidential election. Henderson was convicted of
Election Fraud - Providing False Information to Election Official, a
Class I felony. An additional count of Voting By Disqualified Person
was dismissed against Henderson but read-in for the purposes of
sentencing." Van Hollen announces voting fraud conviction, Bay View
Compass, Mar. 22, 2012.
3/7/2012 WEST VIRGINIA: Jerry Bowman & Donald Whitten: absentee ballot
fraud
"Prosecutors say Bowman and former Lincoln County Clerk Donald
Whitten, 62, were part of a scheme to steal the May 2010 Democratic
primary by stuffing ballot boxes with illegal absentee ballots. Bowman
admitted to falsifying more than 100 of the absentee ballot
applications and even voting with some of the ballots himself, while
Whitten, who also pleaded guilty Wednesday, acknowledged lying to
investigators about the plan to try to throw the election." Eric
Shawn, Former West Virginia sheriff, county clerk plead guilty to
attempting to steal election, Fox News, Mar. 7, 2012.
3/7/2012 NORTH CAROLINA: 4 charged with nonresident voting
"Statesville City Councilman Flake Huggins and three family members
have been indicted on voter fraud charges after investigators said the
politician had relatives lie about their addresses to vote in his
runoff race last fall….According to Iredell and Alexander County
District Attorney Sarah Kirkman, the disqualified votes were cast by
Huggins' sister Rhonda Williams, her husband, Willie Williams Jr., and
son, Christopher Williams." Cleve R. Wootson Jr. and David Vieser,
Politician charged in voter fraud case, Charlotte Observer, Mar. 7,
2012
3/6/2012 ALABAMA: Venustian Hernandez-Hernandez: noncitizen voting,
voter impersonation
"Records from the Baldwin County Board of Registrars show that
Hernandez-Hernandez is registered to vote under the name of Severo
Benavidez, the name he used for almost 4 decades after slipping into
the United States from his native Mexico in the 1970…Ed Packard, an
election official with the Alabama Secretary of State's Office, said
Baldwin County's voter rolls have included Severo Benavidez since
1984. Packard said the 62-year-old man voted in the 1996 and 2008
general elections, the 2002 primary election and special elections on
a constitutional amendment to overhaul Alabama's tax system in 2003
and to incorporate Perdido Beach as Baldwin County's 14th municipality
in 2009." Brendan Kirby, Baldwin man convicted of fraud voted
regularly under name of U.S. citizen, records showPress-Register, Mar.
6, 2012.
3/6/2012 NEW MEXICO: Priscilla Morales & Angelica Marquez: nonresident
voting
"A former Sunland Park city councilor and a current city employee were
charged today in the alleged voter-fraud scheme that has rocked the
town. Priscilla Morales, the public works director's secretary, and
former Councilor Angelica Marquez each face fourth-degree felony
charges of false voting and conspiracy to commit false voting." Heath
Haussamen, Two more charged in Sunland Park voter-fraud scheme, N.M.
Politics, Mar. 6, 2012.
3/4/2012 NEW MEXICO: Silvia Gomez: nonresident voting
"In the new case, investigators allege that Gomez pushed two El Paso
residents to illegally register to vote in Sunland Park and then cast
ballots in the mayoral race for Salinas... When the two advised Gomez
they were Texas residents, "Silvia Gomez told them it was okay and
that they could use Silvia Gomez's address as their residence on the
voter registration form," the criminal complaint states." Heath
Haussamen, Sunland Park employee arrested on false voting charges,
N.M. Politics, Mar. 4, 2012.
2/27/2012 TEXAS: Carlos Medranos: illegal voting
"Carlos Medrano was sentenced to 180 days in county jail, five years
probation and assessed a $2,500 fine." Rudolph Bush, Carlos Medrano
guilty of one count of illegal voting. Frank Medrano not guilty of
perjury chargesDallas News, Feb. 27, 2012.
2/17/2012 NORTH CAROLINA: Erik Ray Jackson: voter impersonation,
nonresident voting
"The warrant states that Jackson registered to vote in Montgomery
County on Oct. 4, 2011, and used the address of 305 N. Tomlinson St.,
Candor, the same address as Wayne Holyfield, a state trooper who was
elected to the Candor Board of Commissioners last November and has
been embroiled in a controversy over firing four of the five officers
on the town police force. According to the warrant, Jackson lived at
131 Young Drive, Lexington, at the time of the election and had lived
there since Sept. 16, 2011. The warrant also says that Jackson voted
in the Candor municipal election on Nov. 8, 2011, and was not a
resident of Candor for at least 30 days preceding the election as
required by law." Mary Anderson, Jackson charged with voter fraud in
Montgomery County, Courier-Tribune, Feb. 17, 2012.
2/16/2012 MASSACHUSETTS: Mark Evangelous: absentee ballot fraud,
posthumous voting
"A former candidate for the Marlborough City Council was arraigned
yesterday on voter fraud charges for allegedly handing in an absentee
ballot application for a man who had died earlier in the year,
Middlesex prosecutors said yesterday. Mark Evangelous, 51, of
Marlborough, faces charges of forgery, uttering, and violating
absentee voting laws, District Attorney Gerard T. Leone Jr.'s office
said." Marlborough man accused of voter fraud, Boston Globe, Feb. 16,
2012.
2/13/2012 OHIO: Melissa R. Schilling: forgery
"A Fairfield County woman will serve jail time for providing two false
signatures on a liquor-option petition filed with the county Board of
Elections last year. County Common Pleas Judge Richard E. Berens
sentenced Melissa R. Schilling, 46, of Baltimore, on Friday, after she
pleaded guilty to two counts of the fifth-degree felony, a court
spokesman said." Mary Beth Lane, Fairfield County woman sentenced for
falsifying petition signatures, Columbus Dispatch, Feb. 13, 2012.
2/7/2012 WASHINGTON: Marda Aglubi-Blomstrom: noncitizen voting
"A 35-year-old Glenoma woman who emigrated to the United States from
Ghana, Africa, is accused of voter fraud in Lewis County Superior
Court. Marda Aglubi-Blomstrom is expected on Feb. 16 to enter a plea
to one count of providing false information on an application for
voter registration." Adam Pearson, Glenoma Woman Charged with Voter
Fraud, The Chronicle, Feb. 7, 2012.
2/2/2012 FLORIDA: noncitizen voting
"'I vote every year,' Hinako Dennett told NBC2. The Cape Coral
resident is not a US citizen, yet she's registered to vote. NBC2 found
Dennett after reviewing her jury excusal form. She told the Clerk of
Court she couldn't serve as a juror because she wasn't a U.S. citizen.
We found her name, and nearly a hundred others like her, in the
database of Florida registered voters. Naples resident Yvonne
Wigglesworth is also a not a citizen, but is registered to vote. She
claims she doesn't know how she got registered…Records show
Wigglesworth voted six times in elections dating back eleven years. 'I
know you cannot vote before you become a citizen, so I never tried to
do anything like that,' Samuel Lincoln said. He isn't a U.S. citizen
either, but the Jamaican national says he doesn't know how he ended up
registered to vote. 'It's their mistake, not mine,' said Lincoln. We
obtained a copy of his 2007 voter registration application. It's
clearly shows he marked U.S. citizen." Andy Pierrotti, NBC2
Investigates: Voter fraud, Feb. 2, 2012.
11/28/2011 GEORGIA: 12 officials indicted for vote fraud
"12 former Brooks County officials were indicted for voter fraud. The
suspects are accused of illegally helping people vote by absentee
ballot…. The defendants include some workers in the voter registrar's
office and some school board members. They are Angela Bryant, April
Proctor, Brenda Monds, Debra Denard, Lula Smart, Kechia Harrison,
Robert Denard, Sandra Cody, Elizabeth Thomas, Linda Troutman, Latashia
Head, and Nancy Denard." Stephen Abel, 12 former officials indicted
for voter fraud, WALB, Nov. 28, 2011.
--
""The Democratic constituency is just like a herd of cows. All you have
to do is lay out enough silage and they come running. That’s why I
became an operative working with Democrats. With Democrats all you
have to do is make a lot of noise, lay out the hay, and be ready to
use the ole cattle prod in case a few want to bolt the herd.

Eighty percent of the people who call themselves Democrats don’t have
a clue as to political reality.
What amazes me is that you could take a group of people who are hard
workers and convince them that they should support social programs
that were the exact opposite of their own personal convictions. Put a
little fear here and there and you can get people to vote any way you
want.

The voter is basically dumb and lazy. The reason I became a Democratic
operative instead of a Republican was because there were more
Democrats that didn’t have a clue than there were Republicans."
James Carvell, DNC operative
Tom Gardner
2012-11-08 21:51:41 UTC
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Post by Tom Gardner
Post by T. Keating
On Wed, 7 Nov 2012 01:46:08 -0500 (EST), "Kiss Your Ass Goodbye America"
Post by Kiss Your Ass Goodbye America
Give us your tired, your poor, your welfare voters.
You get what you vote for, and you deserve every bad thing that
happens to you.
No, electing a tax dodging, draft dogging, anti-science,
anti-society, anti-education,
off shoring facilitator, de constructionist, closest thing to the anti-christ, nut job
like Mr. Romney would have been far, far worse.
The world just dodged a bullet.
I the only thing I will miss..
Is that I can't hear the (neocon) head's exploding over the internet.
What flavor Kool-Aid do you like the best? (Did you mistakenly use the
possessive or are you in fifth grade?)
# Today, the gloat is on but they will have to reap what they've sown.
# I expect in the bleak economy of 2016, they will still blame it on Bush.
If people are broken down into interest groups, such as unemployed, home
under water, Jews, women, concern about the rule of law, concern about the
deficit, concern about the dollar, concern about the US world presence and
defense, it is a puzzlement why any of those people would vote for Obama.
Yeah, I understand blacks, gays, and brainwashed Hispanics....but why
anyone else?
Are you daft! FREE PHONES!!!
Gunner
2012-11-07 20:29:45 UTC
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On Wed, 07 Nov 2012 13:46:04 -0500, Frank
Post by Frank
Post by Tom Gardner
Post by T. Keating
On Wed, 7 Nov 2012 01:46:08 -0500 (EST), "Kiss Your Ass Goodbye America"
Post by Kiss Your Ass Goodbye America
Give us your tired, your poor, your welfare voters.
You get what you vote for, and you deserve every bad thing that
happens to you.
No, electing a tax dodging, draft dogging, anti-science,
anti-society, anti-education,
off shoring facilitator, de constructionist, closest thing to the anti-christ, nut job
like Mr. Romney would have been far, far worse.
The world just dodged a bullet.
I the only thing I will miss..
Is that I can't hear the (neocon) head's exploding over the internet.
What flavor Kool-Aid do you like the best? (Did you mistakenly use the
possessive or are you in fifth grade?)
Today, the gloat is on but they will have to reap what they've sown.
I expect in the bleak economy of 2016, they will still blame it on Bush.
Nope..they can only blame it on the last president.

<VBG>

Bush is off the page.

<VBG>

Gunner

--
"President Obama is not going to lose. He will be re-elected. It is those of
you who have these grand fantasies of that pip-squeak Romney actually having
a chance at winning the election that will have to wake up to reality the
day after the election. I hear there is plenty of room in the rest of the
world where you can reside and establish new citizenship.
Kirby Grant,<***@yahoo.com>
Gunner
2012-11-07 21:16:21 UTC
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On Wed, 07 Nov 2012 13:46:04 -0500, Frank
Post by Frank
Post by Tom Gardner
Post by T. Keating
On Wed, 7 Nov 2012 01:46:08 -0500 (EST), "Kiss Your Ass Goodbye America"
Post by Kiss Your Ass Goodbye America
Give us your tired, your poor, your welfare voters.
You get what you vote for, and you deserve every bad thing that
happens to you.
No, electing a tax dodging, draft dogging, anti-science,
anti-society, anti-education,
off shoring facilitator, de constructionist, closest thing to the anti-christ, nut job
like Mr. Romney would have been far, far worse.
The world just dodged a bullet.
I the only thing I will miss..
Is that I can't hear the (neocon) head's exploding over the internet.
What flavor Kool-Aid do you like the best? (Did you mistakenly use the
possessive or are you in fifth grade?)
Today, the gloat is on but they will have to reap what they've sown.
I expect in the bleak economy of 2016, they will still blame it on Bush.
Oh..no they cant. They can only blame the last president.

<VBG>

Gunner

--
"President Obama is not going to lose. He will be re-elected. It is those of
you who have these grand fantasies of that pip-squeak Romney actually having
a chance at winning the election that will have to wake up to reality the
day after the election. I hear there is plenty of room in the rest of the
world where you can reside and establish new citizenship.
Kirby Grant,<***@yahoo.com>
Deucalion
2012-11-08 05:56:58 UTC
Permalink
On Wed, 07 Nov 2012 13:46:04 -0500, Frank
Post by Frank
Post by Tom Gardner
Post by T. Keating
On Wed, 7 Nov 2012 01:46:08 -0500 (EST), "Kiss Your Ass Goodbye America"
Post by Kiss Your Ass Goodbye America
Give us your tired, your poor, your welfare voters.
You get what you vote for, and you deserve every bad thing that
happens to you.
No, electing a tax dodging, draft dogging, anti-science,
anti-society, anti-education,
off shoring facilitator, de constructionist, closest thing to the anti-christ, nut job
like Mr. Romney would have been far, far worse.
The world just dodged a bullet.
I the only thing I will miss..
Is that I can't hear the (neocon) head's exploding over the internet.
What flavor Kool-Aid do you like the best? (Did you mistakenly use the
possessive or are you in fifth grade?)
Today, the gloat is on but they will have to reap what they've sown.
I expect in the bleak economy of 2016, they will still blame it on Bush.
Hell, it's over 80 years since the Great Depression and some people
still call them "Hoover Days."
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