Dems/Unions: Voter Fraud Is Part Of Their Tactics

Posted by Brian
It is becoming more and more evident that part of the Democrat playbook in elections is the organizing of massive voter fraud campaigns.  Unions such as SEIU, and community organizing groups like ACORN, have been either suspected of, or caught red-handed signing up dead voters, signing people up under numerous fictitious names, using the the elderly and mentally handicapped, bussing them to polling places and "helping" them with their ballots.  They have gone into neighborhoods known to be high immigrant, both legal and illegal, armed with pre-filled absentee ballots, getting residents to sign them.  They use intimidation at polling places.  Unions and the far-left in this country are turning this into a third-world election system.  I will be posting or re-posting more on this threat to free elections in the comingweeks and months.
The union label is not red, white and blue anymore.  It's just red.

Evidence of Wisconsin Voter Fraud Emerges, April 5, 2011

Posted by Thomas Ferdousi at 3:15 PM

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How Very Soviet-Like
 There are reports coming in that there may have been voting fraud in the contentious Wisconsin Supreme Court race. In this race JoAnne Kloppenburg is challenging incumbent David Prosser. Prosser has been endorsed by many in both parties while Kloppenburg has heavy support from labor.

According to some sources, fraud may have played a role.

The Wall Street Journal sets the stage with an example from 2004:

That backing is based on real evidence. In 2004, John Kerry won Wisconsin over George W. Bush by 11,380 votes out of 2.5 million cast. After allegations of fraud surfaced, the Milwaukee police department's Special Investigative Unit conducted a probe. Its February 2008 report found that from 4,600 to 5,300 more votes were counted in Milwaukee than the number of voters recorded as having cast ballots. Absentee ballots were cast by people living elsewhere; ineligible felons not only voted but worked at the polls; transient college students cast improper votes; and homeless voters possibly voted more than once.

Much of the problem resulted from Wisconsin's same-day voter law, which allows anyone to show up at the polls, register and then cast a ballot. ID requirements are minimal. The report found that in 2004 a total of 1,305 "same day" voters were invalid.

Now we look at today, with the I Stand With Walker Facebook page reporting firsthand fraud:
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