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Old 09-21-2012, 01:03 AM  
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3 illegals charged with voter fraud

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3 Council Bluffs Noncitizens Charged with Voter Fraud

By Rod Boshart, Reporter

DES MOINES, Iowa – Three people were charged with felony counts of voter fraud in Pottawattamie County Thursday as a result of an Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation probe initiated last month in conjunction with the Iowa Secretary of State’s Office.

Class D first-degree election misconduct charges were brought against Albert Harte-Maxwell, 52; Linda Harte-Maxwell, 49; and Maria Ayon-Fernandez, 40, all of Council Bluffs. All three individuals were booked into the Pottawattamie County Jail on Thursday and released on their own recognizance, according to a DCI statement. The investigation was conducted by the DCI and Pottawattamie County Attorney’s Office.

According to criminal complaints filed in the case, Albert Harte-Maxwell, Linda Harte-Maxwell, and Maria Ayon-Fernandez are all non-U.S. citizens who registered to vote in Pottawattamie County. Albert Harte-Maxwell voted in the 2010 general election and 2011 city election; Linda Harte-Maxwell voted in the 2011 city election; and Maria Ayon-Fernandez voted in the 2010 general election, according to the complaint and affidavit. The Harte-Maxwells are citizens of Canada and Ayon-Fernandez is a citizen of Mexico, court records indicate.

Iowa Secretary of State Matt Schultz, who also serves as the state’s commissioner of election, praised the work of investigators for uncovering the election crimes allegedly perpetrated by three foreign nationals who are accused of participating in Iowa elections even though they are not U.S. citizens.

http://www.kcrg.com/news/local/3-Cou...170572526.html
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So these 3 people are the justification for disenfranchising millions through the new voter id laws?
How did requiring id help at all? Looks like they were able to figure it out without ids?
No shit. I read that there hasn't there been only 10 cases of in person voter fraud in the modern era, correct? True or not, its not justification for disenfranchising millions of voters?

No ****ing way would these calls for reform would be happening if they were going to effect the white male redneck vote? But the poor, black, latino voter..... hey we have to end this travesty of in person voter fraud.
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No shit. I read that there hasn't there been only 10 cases of in person voter fraud in the modern era, correct? True or not, its not justification for disenfranchising millions of voters?

No ****ing way would these calls for reform would be happening if they were going to effect the white male redneck vote? But the poor, black, latino voter..... hey we have to end this travesty of in person voter fraud.
Perhaps you could do some reading. Voter fraud cases are not hidden from the public. A simple search would guide you to a better understanding.

http://www.heritage.org/research/rep...tes-in-chicago

I know you or someone will attack heritage but the footnotes are rather extensive and a search of the Chicago Tribune will give multiple hits.
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No shit. I read that there hasn't there been only 10 cases of in person voter fraud in the modern era, correct? True or not, its not justification for disenfranchising millions of voters?

No ****ing way would these calls for reform would be happening if they were going to effect the white male redneck vote? But the poor, black, latino voter..... hey we have to end this travesty of in person voter fraud.
Having to register to vote disenfranchises millions of people...Wow, who knew?
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So these 3 people are the justification for disenfranchising millions through the new voter id laws?
How did requiring id help at all? Looks like they were able to figure it out without ids?
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More voter fraud that wouldn't even be prevented by voter ID laws. The solution? More voter ID laws. Republo-logic ftw.
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I know you or someone will attack heritage but the footnotes are rather extensive
As they should. It would be like me posting something from Kieth Olberman and telling you its the truth and expecting you to believe it.

In person voter fraud is way down on the list of challenges in keeping the integrity of the vote.
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Integrity is far from preserved when fraud is not addressed. Integrity is funny that way, you cant have some integrity. Fraud doesnt come in degrees.
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Integrity is far from preserved when fraud is not addressed. Integrity is funny that way, you cant have some integrity. Fraud doesnt come in degrees.
But, if you get a pimple on your face, the corrective action is not to take a sander to the pimple. Or just insert your favorite analogy that highlights an over reaction to a minor issue.
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But, if you get a pimple on your face, the corrective action is not to take a sander to the pimple. Or just insert your favorite analogy that highlights an over reaction to a minor issue.
Report: More Than 900 Dead People Voted in South Carolina Elections
http://foxnewsinsider.com/2012/01/23...ina-elections/


Judge Slaps ACORN With Maximum Fine For Voter Fraud During 2008 Election
Posted: August 11th, 2011 7:30 AM | Author: Henry D'Andrea
District Court Judge Donald Mosley of Nevada, slapped the Obama-backed ACORN with a maximum fine for voter fraud during the 2008 presidential election.

However, the fine is only $5,000.

In 2008, ACORN registered dead people as well as fictitious voters taken from a phonebook.http://azpundit.com/judge-slaps-acor...2008-election/

California
In October, KTVU Channel 2 cross-checked California's state death registry record across voter lists in the nine Bay Area counties, finding that in eight elections in the last ten years, "232 people with death certificates had voted after they had died – some more than once." 153 of these cases were from one county, Alameda. Karin MacDonald, the director of the Election Administration Research Center at UC-Berkeley, said "Probably what we're looking at is a lot of administrative error. There may very well be someone in there that somebody has voted for. Absolutely."
Dave MacDonald, the Registrar of Voters for Alameda County, said that his office attempts to keep the list of registered voters updated through the process of obtaining a file from the department of health "once or twice a year of everyone who's died in California and then we apply that to our voter registration database." He said he believes the irregularities on the voter list have to do with bookkeeping errors.[2]

Connecticut
Election officials in Connecticut removed names from the state's voter rolls after journalism students found that thousands of dead people were still registered to vote. After conducting their own investigation, students at the University of Connecticut said this spring that about 8,500 dead people remained registered to vote. The Connecticut Secretary of State worked with local registrars to remove more than 5,200 of those names from the rolls. The deaths of about 1,300 people on the students' list could not be confirmed, though they were moved to the "inactive" list. But 45 of the "dead" voters were actually alive. That highlights the balancing act undertaken by state officials, who recognize the potential for fraud when dead people remain registered to vote, but must also ensure that eligible citizens are able to exercise their right to vote.[3]

Florida
A study conducted by the Florida Sun Sentinel in late October 2008 found:
More than 65,000 ineligible and duplicate voters on Florida's registration rolls.
600 dead people on the list

Mississippi
Madison County, Mississippi has 123% more registered voters than people over the age of 18. 486 people on the list of registered voters are over 105. 190,000 new voters have registered for the 2008 election.
Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann says, "It is terrible. Combined with the fact that we don't have voter ID in Mississippi, anybody can show up at any poll that happens to know the people who have left town or died -- and go vote for them. Whenever we have a third party determined by payment, for example, as they did in Benton County -- 'walking-around' money -- and they determine what that vote is going to be, they've taken your vote, whether they may have voted like you would have or not, they've still thwarted the process and they've still have taken your vote away from you."[6],[7]

Rhode Island
CBS News Issued a report that Rhode Island is one of nineteen states according to a report by the Brennan Center for Justice at New York Law School has claimed that Rhode Island is ignoring a law that prohibits states from "purging" voters 90 days before an election. Rhode Island Election Officals disagree with the report claiming that their own state law against illegal purging stops the voter roll purging problem.[8]
States and counties regularly update their voter registration rolls for accuracy, removing people who have moved, died, or committed a felony. It is known as "voter purging." However, there are no national standards for the process, and as a result, the cleaning up of voter rolls is not as precise as it should be and eligible voters are often wrongly removed.[8]
"What's wrong with the process is it's happening in secret. It's happening with no accountability," Michael Waldman, the center’s executive director, told CBS News
http://ballotpedia.org/wiki/index.ph..._people_voting

I can go on & on about how wrong you are BRC. But in the end Im wasting my time.
We are talking about the voting & election process for POTUS. Not if BRC should be voted in as the captain of some fictional football team.

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Report: More Than 900 Dead People Voted in South Carolina Elections
http://foxnewsinsider.com/2012/01/23...ina-elections/


Judge Slaps ACORN With Maximum Fine For Voter Fraud During 2008 Election
Posted: August 11th, 2011 7:30 AM | Author: Henry D'Andrea
District Court Judge Donald Mosley of Nevada, slapped the Obama-backed ACORN with a maximum fine for voter fraud during the 2008 presidential election.

However, the fine is only $5,000.

In 2008, ACORN registered dead people as well as fictitious voters taken from a phonebook.http://azpundit.com/judge-slaps-acor...2008-election/

California
In October, KTVU Channel 2 cross-checked California's state death registry record across voter lists in the nine Bay Area counties, finding that in eight elections in the last ten years, "232 people with death certificates had voted after they had died – some more than once." 153 of these cases were from one county, Alameda. Karin MacDonald, the director of the Election Administration Research Center at UC-Berkeley, said "Probably what we're looking at is a lot of administrative error. There may very well be someone in there that somebody has voted for. Absolutely."
Dave MacDonald, the Registrar of Voters for Alameda County, said that his office attempts to keep the list of registered voters updated through the process of obtaining a file from the department of health "once or twice a year of everyone who's died in California and then we apply that to our voter registration database." He said he believes the irregularities on the voter list have to do with bookkeeping errors.[2]

Connecticut
Election officials in Connecticut removed names from the state's voter rolls after journalism students found that thousands of dead people were still registered to vote. After conducting their own investigation, students at the University of Connecticut said this spring that about 8,500 dead people remained registered to vote. The Connecticut Secretary of State worked with local registrars to remove more than 5,200 of those names from the rolls. The deaths of about 1,300 people on the students' list could not be confirmed, though they were moved to the "inactive" list. But 45 of the "dead" voters were actually alive. That highlights the balancing act undertaken by state officials, who recognize the potential for fraud when dead people remain registered to vote, but must also ensure that eligible citizens are able to exercise their right to vote.[3]

Florida
A study conducted by the Florida Sun Sentinel in late October 2008 found:
More than 65,000 ineligible and duplicate voters on Florida's registration rolls.
600 dead people on the list

Mississippi
Madison County, Mississippi has 123% more registered voters than people over the age of 18. 486 people on the list of registered voters are over 105. 190,000 new voters have registered for the 2008 election.
Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann says, "It is terrible. Combined with the fact that we don't have voter ID in Mississippi, anybody can show up at any poll that happens to know the people who have left town or died -- and go vote for them. Whenever we have a third party determined by payment, for example, as they did in Benton County -- 'walking-around' money -- and they determine what that vote is going to be, they've taken your vote, whether they may have voted like you would have or not, they've still thwarted the process and they've still have taken your vote away from you."[6],[7]

Rhode Island
CBS News Issued a report that Rhode Island is one of nineteen states according to a report by the Brennan Center for Justice at New York Law School has claimed that Rhode Island is ignoring a law that prohibits states from "purging" voters 90 days before an election. Rhode Island Election Officals disagree with the report claiming that their own state law against illegal purging stops the voter roll purging problem.[8]
States and counties regularly update their voter registration rolls for accuracy, removing people who have moved, died, or committed a felony. It is known as "voter purging." However, there are no national standards for the process, and as a result, the cleaning up of voter rolls is not as precise as it should be and eligible voters are often wrongly removed.[8]
"What's wrong with the process is it's happening in secret. It's happening with no accountability," Michael Waldman, the center’s executive director, told CBS News
http://ballotpedia.org/wiki/index.ph..._people_voting

I can go on & on about how wrong you are BRC. But in the end Im wasting my time.

100,000 votes in Chicago a few years back is nothing to the deems. The party has a long history of fraud in elections.
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100,000 votes in Chicago a few years back is nothing to the deems. The party has a long history of fraud in elections.
I have a better chance of convincing a street pole that the bulb is burned out than I do convincing BRC & his kind that fraud is a real issue. It really is maddening at times.
Maybe that's my mistake. I should smoke a couple bowls of pot & go outside & talk to the Street lamp in front of my house. The I guarantee the results would be the same.


I should smoke a couple bowls of pot & go outside & talk to the Street lamp in front of my house.
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Report: More Than 900 Dead People Voted in South Carolina Elections
http://foxnewsinsider.com/2012/01/23...ina-elections/.
You can post links to all these accusations of voter fraud. The voter ID laws are suppose to correct in person voter fraud.

You guys can get all worked up. Spit fire and venom. In person voting fraud is just not wide spread as Fox News and the bubble are telling you. That is just fact. We are talking about a possible fraud on what % of ballots cast in person, 0.0000000001%?
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