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Round Two: Obama Campaign Workers Help People Vote Twice

repal Wrote: Oct 11, 2012 7:59 PM
noting "The man now running for Pres on a message of giving a voice to the voiceless 1st entered public office not by leveling the playing field, but by clearing it. As one of Obama's 4 opponents, eliminated through his ballot challenges, would put it: "Why say you're for a new tomorrow, then do old-style Chicago politics to remove legitimate candidates ? He talks about honor and democracy, but what honor is there in getting rid of every other cand so you can run scot-free ? Why not let the people decide ?" --Gha-is Askia, 1996-IL-Sen-cand Mark Ewell, filed 1,286 sigs, Obama's challenges left him 86 short of the min-requirement. Ewell filed a Fed-lawsuit. contesting the election brd's decision, but T-J intervened and Ewell's case was
HeroOfTheMasses Wrote: Oct 12, 2012 9:34 AM
Don't forget how Obama cleared the way for his Senate seat. Democrats somehow managed to get ahold of sealed divorce records of Republican Jack Ryan, which forced Ryan to exit the campaign just months before the election.
repal Wrote: Oct 11, 2012 8:00 PM
dismissed just a few days later. Ewell and other Obama opponents were using early 1995 polling sheets to verify sigs of reg-voters,

but city authorities had just purged 15,871 unqualified people from the 13th-dist list, Obama's challenges used the more recent, updated list.

Askia was left 69 sigs short of the requirement. If names were printed instead of signed, they were declared invalid. If they were good but the person registering the sigs wasn't a reg-voter, underage-etc, they were invalid.

Palmer had according to Obama campgn consult Ronald Davis, used 2 children to help gather her petition sigs. To this day Palmer denies the challenges were valid,

and maintains she could have overcome the objections with more time and resources.

Yesterday we brought you a new Project Veritas video showing an Obama for America director in Houston helping an undercover reporter vote in two separate states. Now, another video shows volunteers in Brooklyn and an official Obama for America office in Minnesota encouraging double voting.

Clearly, this is not an isolated incident and as previously reported, the encouragement of voting in two states is illegal under 42 USC 1973i(e) and 42 USC § 1973gg–10(2).

The former federal law makes it illegal to vote...