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Florida sues Obama’s agency to stop voter fraud

An unidentified man votes at a Haileah, Fla. library, Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2012, during the Republican primary election. (AP Photo/J Pat Carter)

From The DailyCaller.com, By , 06/11/2012 – Florida’s secretary of state has asked a federal judge to force President Barack Obama’s administration to comply with federal voting laws.

“We can’t let the federal government delay our efforts to uphold the integrity of Florida elections any longer,” Secretary of State Ken Detzner said in a Monday statement announcing a new lawsuit. “We’ve filed a lawsuit to ensure the law is carried out and we are able to meet our obligation to keep the voter rolls accurate and current.”

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Justice Department is Protecting Voter Fraud

Washington Examiner, by Gregory Kane, March 15, 2012 – As the U.S. Justice Department sought to block voter identification laws in three states, an Albuquerque, N.M., man recently registered his dog to vote.

Thomas Tolbert used a fake Social Security number and date of birth to fill out a voter registration card for his dog, Buddy. He mailed it in and, two weeks later, got a voter registration card for Buddy.

According to news reports, a woman named Maggie Toulouse Oliver is the clerk of Bernalillo County, N.M. According to those same reports, Oliver has her nose at least six inches out of joint about what Tolbert did.

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Pew study: 2 million dead Americans on active voter rolls

From TheHill.com, By Josh Lederman – 02/14/12 – Nearly 2 million dead Americans are still on active voter registries, and one in every eight registrations in the United States is invalid or has major inaccuracies, according to a new study.

Research released Tuesday by the Pew Center on the States shows that the country is spending more on voter registration while getting worse results than other nations such as Canada. The study points to antiquated systems that don’t reflect modern technology and fail to address the biggest obstacles to maintaining accurate, up-to-date voter registry databases.

12 charged with voter fraud in Georgia election

Voter Fraud --- WALB

From The Daily Caller, By , November 24, 2011 –

Law enforcement officials have charged 12 people with using absentee ballots to skew an election in Georgia.

“As a result of their grand jury findings, 12 individuals were indicted in that particular matter and we will be trying that case in a court of judicial law instead of a court of public opinion,” District Attorney Joe Mulholland told the local TV station, WALB. Continue reading →

Mississippi NAACP leader sent to prison for 10 counts of voter fraud

TheDailyCaller

While NAACP President Benjamin Jealous lashed out at new state laws requiring photo ID for voting, an NAACP executive sits in prison, sentenced for carrying out a massive voter fraud scheme.

In a story ignored by the national media, in April a Tunica County, Miss., jury convicted NAACP official Lessadolla Sowers on 10 counts of fraudulently casting absentee ballots. Sowers is identified on an NAACP website as a member of the Tunica County NAACP Executive Committee. Continue reading →

Texas Has 12 Counties With More Registered Voters Than Voting Age Citizens

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Dead Voters Epidemic Blocked?

The Washington Times

The dead voters may be forced back into their graves. It came when whistleblowing attorney J. Christian Adams told the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights that top Justice Department official Julie Fernandes had openly refused to enforce laws that require states to remove ineligible names – dead people, felons, people who have moved – from voter rolls.

The biggest scandal emerging from the infamous New Black Panther voter- intimidation case didn’t even involve the Black Panthers.

“We have no interest in enforcing this provision of the law,” Ms. Fernandes reportedly told a roomful of employees of the department’s Voting Section in November.

“It has nothing to do with increasing turnout, and we are just not going to do it.” Continue reading →