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Old 02-08-2012, 13:52   #1
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Voter fraud in Indiana

Yep, and the guilty party is a Republican with a photo ID.

(AP) INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana's top elections official could lose his job and his freedom after jurors convicted him of multiple voter fraud-related charges on Saturday, leaving in flux the fate of one of the state's most powerful positions.
Republican Secretary of State Charlie White has held on to his office for more than a year despite being accused of lying about his address on voter registration forms.

A Hamilton County jury found White guilty of six of seven felony charges, including false registration, voting in another precinct, submitting a false ballot, theft and two counts of perjury. He was acquitted on one fraud charge.
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Ind. election chief found guilty of voter fraud - CBS News
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Enjoy your small victory.. Just don't look at history of voting fraud, as the main players are from your side of the isle there ForSoWrong.
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Does a homeless person have a right to vote?
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You cultists' capacity for koolade is indeed impressive.
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Does a homeless person have a right to vote?
And the answer is?
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Originally Posted by rhevans View Post
And the answer is?
If they can prove they are a US citizen and registered to vote.
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If they can prove they are a US citizen and registered to vote.
Therefore, no residence is required. This guy was convicted for using his old address.
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Gee free the south west, looks like we need voter id laws and then some.
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Old 02-08-2012, 20:21   #9
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Originally Posted by freesw View Post
Yep, and the guilty party is a Republican with a photo ID.


Ind. election chief found guilty of voter fraud - CBS News
With that photo ID, he couldn't claim somebody was impersonating him, could he? It helped nail him. Good stuff.
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With that photo ID, he couldn't claim somebody was impersonating him, could he? It helped nail him. Good stuff.
You ruined his victory! I hope you are ashamed of yourself.
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You ruined his victory! I hope you are ashamed of yourself.
You know I am.
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Old 02-09-2012, 03:12   #12
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Does a homeless person have a right to vote?
No since he is not a land owner. Oh snap wrong century! Good times good times.
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Even if there was voter fraud, what are the authorities going to do about it?

Probably nothing.
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Does a homeless person have a right to vote?
On a similar topic that is currently in the news; do you really think that anyone who doesn't have the where with all to get an ID card, even when the state is willing to give it to them for free, has any business helping to decide who runs the government? I don't. I mean really, talk about your minimum requirements.
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And don't buy the "no transportation" excuse for not getting a photo ID. If they can't get to the ID issuing office, they can't get to the polls to vote anyway.
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And don't buy the "no transportation" excuse for not getting a photo ID.
The state of Georgia passed a similar law and they equipped mobile vans (at the tax payers expense of course) to go around to the neighborhoods and issue ID cards. The state Supreme Court still overturned the law and said it was "aimed at suppressing the minority vote". What has this country come to. The state of Georgia already requires a person to have Identification on their person. If you get stopped in GA and don't have ID, you can be arrested for vagrancy. It makes no sense to say that requiring ID to vote is somehow racist or some sort of voter suppression.
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