October 09, 2008

More Voter Fraud

CLEVELAND - Two Ohio voters, including Domino's pizza worker Christopher Barkley , claimed yesterday that they were hounded by the community-activist group ACORN to register to vote several times, even though they made it clear they'd already signed up.

The details of this story can be found here.

Fortunately, a judge ruled today that Ohio Secretary of State, Jennifer Brunner, is breaking election law. It remains to be seen, though, how much good it will do.

Voter fraud is rampant in many places, but in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, it's about as bad as it can get.

Having recently moved from that county, I had to obtain another driver's license with my current address. One may register to vote at the same time, and this is the what it says on the form which is received via mail, a few days after registering:

Voter Identification Requirements
(RC 3503.19

Voters must bring identification to the polls in order to verify identity. Identification may include a current and valid photo identification, a military identification that shows the voter's current address, or a copy of a current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or other government document, other than a notice of an election or a voter registration notification sent by a board of elections, that shows the voter's name and current address. Voters who do not provide one of these documents will still be able to vote by providing the last four digits of the voter's social security number and by casting a provisional ballot. Voters who do not have any of the above forms of identification, including a social security number, will still be able to vote by signing an affirmation swearing to the voter's identity under penalty of election falsification and by casting a provisional vote.

And then in bold letters, it says:


It's easy to see how easy it will be to commit this felony.