Via Michelle Malkin.
In Colorado, it’s Common Cause of Colorado, Mi Familia Vota Education Fund and the Service Employees International Union caught in an apparent scheme to foist some 6,000 shady voter registrations on the state….
In Arizona, it’s illegal alien amnesty-supporting, SEIU-tied Mi Familia Vota again and One Vote Arizona submitting massive, last-minute voter registrations. The race between rocket scientist Ruth McClung and open-borders radical Raul Grijalva is down to the wire….
In Washington state, it’s illegal alien amnesty-supporting OneAmerica Votes sending illegal alien canvassers out to drum up votes…
In Florida, it’s suspected absentee ballot fraud — from within a city commissioner’s office….
In New York, FNC’s Eric Shawn reports on another absentee ballot scheme implicating the ACORN-tied Working Family Party and a ring of Democrat officials….
In Texas, citizen watchdogs have joined True the Vote to monitor and strike back against election fraud in Harris County….
In Kentucky, there’s not much detail, but state and FBI officials are investigating voter fraud in Breathhitt County.
In Illinois, disgraceful officials have reportedly been caught lying about the status of military ballots while DOJ twiddles its thumbs.
In Ohio, it’s Cincinnati schools under fire for busing students to vote and handing them Democrat-only sample ballots….
Right here in Ohio, our illustrious Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner, abetted voter fraud and the 6th District Court of Appeals gave its blessing. In addition, out-of-state Dem voters took up a temporary residence for the sole purpose of fraudulently voting for their boy Obama; taking advantage of a huge loophole in Ohio law. Ohio requires that you live within its borders for 30 days prior to registration with the intent to stay after the election. They voted and left the state.
I left this message on Jennifer’s site:
Do you plan on abetting voter fraud like you did in 2008? I.E.: Forcing elections officials to accept absentee ballots and voter registrations even though they were riddled with discrepancies, and issuing a directive that forbid them to challenge voter eligibility, when personal information from new voters didn’t match state motor vehicle or federal Social Security records in an automatic computer check.
Try to keep it clean this time. And don’t let SEIU “check the machines” like they’re doing in Nevada.