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Despite Trailing, Romney and Ryan Hit New Hampshire

brimley Wrote: Oct 05, 2012 9:15 PM
Here's what's fascinating about 'voter fraud'....the only cases I've heard about involve republicans. WTF? 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. Sowers received a five-year prison term for each of the 10 counts, but Circuit Court Judge Charles Webster permitted Sowers to serve those terms concurrently, according to the Tunica Times, the only media outlet to cover the sentencing.
waynesteapartyworld Wrote: Oct 06, 2012 8:55 AM
The fact that you may not have heard about something, doesn't mean that it isn't so. Do a google search of voter fraud in MN for example, and you will find that more than one thousand convicted felons were found to have voted in the election that Al Franken won by a couple hundred votes over Norm Coleman...Just one example of many.
brimley Wrote: Oct 05, 2012 9:15 PM
Sowers was found guilty of voting in the names of Carrie Collins, Walter Howard, Sheena Shelton, Alberta Pickett, Draper Cotton and Eddie Davis. She was also convicted of voting in the names of four dead persons: James L. Young, Dora Price, Dorothy Harris, and David Ross.

In the trial, forensic scientist Bo Scales testified that Sowers’s DNA was found on the inner seals of five envelopes containing absentee ballots.
loisoo001 Wrote: Oct 05, 2012 9:17 PM
thanks. I'll read more about it. Mississippi - a red state.
brimley Wrote: Oct 05, 2012 10:22 PM

those damned whities
In New Hampshire, the critical swing state where Mitt Romney first launched his general election campaign, the former governor is trailing the president by six points, according to

Obama won the state of New Hampshire in 2008 by nine points, with 54 percent of the vote to McCain’s 45 percent. The latest polls show him with a comfortable lead in this election as well.

Former New Hampshire governor and Romney adviser John Sununu, however, criticized one survey in particular conducted by WMUR/University of New Hampshire, which shows Obama ahead by 15 points,