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Our Disenfranchised Troops Deserve Better

kbright Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 12:20 PM
She also said that the Inspector General may have had trouble reaching voting assistance offices because “in a military environment, times change.” SCYTL is contracted to provide secure ONLINE ballot delivery for overseas military and civilian voters for the upcoming presidential election. SCYTL’s Director of Communications and Government Affairs, Michelle M. Shafer, said that her company was currently contracted by New York, Arkansas, Alabama, West Virginia, Alaska, Puerto Rico and Mississippi to provide the overseas ballots. The ballots are to be delivered via ONLINE PDF files by SCYTL. This is the second time SCYTL is providing the overseas ballots Yet our overseas military did not get them.
O'Pinyon Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 1:26 PM
This is going to be a difficult task; please keep going with it.
kbright Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 12:30 PM
And lots of arrests and prosecutions for those who committed election fraud, even if the only thing they did was knowingly hand two ballots to one person.

It is time for those in Law Enforcement act as if they understand our laws or leave that job. Plus keep the Oth required of them to the US Constitution and the state Constitution where they work.
kbright Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 12:27 PM
It is time to do a re vote of EVERYTHING, including the GOP presidential candidate election which had election fraud in EVERY state, multiple witnesses and videoa - and tho a state and federal crime - few arrests and prosecutions.

Low tech RE VOTE so that "We the people" know that OUR votes were counted, that the people we wanted elected were elected and the rest of the voting was also OUR WILL. It is better to have a late honest vote then this mockery of an election we went through.
kbright Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 12:24 PM
Whne I wrote an article on this very subject I was told that it was "Too inflamatory" to post my article about overseas military being denied their legal right to vote.

Not only where our families overseas denied the right to vote. But our votes are counted in a foreign country, we voted (mostly) on deeply flawed machines that did a lot of vote flipping, and not a private vote as OUR laws require - but a scan symbol on the ballets means that anyone can read them (blackboxvoting . com). Many states are already reporting "descrepencies".

The next president of the United States must do right by our men and women in uniform. Our troops put their lives on the line to protect our right to vote, but untold thousands of them were unable to cast their own ballots on Tuesday. For shame.

Veterans groups and soldiers advocates have warned about military disenfranchisement for years. M. Eric Eversole, director of the Military Voter Protection (MVP) Project and a former litigation attorney in the Voting Section of the U.S. Department of Justice, reported that "more than 17,000 military and overseas voters were disenfranchised in 2008 because their...