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Ohio voter fraud - cast illegal ballot in early voting

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posted on Oct, 15 2008 @ 04:44 AM

Board officials had contacted Nash this summer, questioned his address and told him to stop repeat registering.

But still, he breezed into Ohio election offices - the state allows early voting for president - reregistered with a fake address and cast a paper ballot, officials said.

This little bit of info has been buried by every news organization on TV so far. Ask yourself why?

The early vote in ohio is already a fraud.

posted on Oct, 15 2008 @ 04:47 AM
reply to post by heliosprime

Voter fraud in Ohio? Now I have heard it all.

posted on Oct, 15 2008 @ 06:01 AM
In Benton Harbor MI they have 9600 regersted voters in a town of 10200. The census says only 40% ARE OF THE VOTING AGE!!! The local newspaper is investigating


posted on Oct, 15 2008 @ 06:11 AM
ACORN again?

I heard that they registered something like 1,000 people in a community and that an investigation revealed that something like 900 were dead people, people who registered multiple times with different names, or people who simply do not exist.

The FBI really needs to look into ACORN and any relationships they may have with either McCain or Obama.

posted on Oct, 15 2008 @ 06:07 PM
What everyone is missing here is that someone who illegally registered has already voted in the early votng thing Ohio did. How many votes will be cast in the absent mailin votes that are also illegal?

This election may actually end up being stolen, and I suspect many southern rednecks aren't going to let it happen.........can you say "civil war"? Soon DC may not be the capital of the US anymore. At least not all the states............

posted on Oct, 17 2008 @ 10:00 AM

Here’s the stench: An entire houseful of young, non-Ohioan Democrat activists have used the Brownlee Avenue address to register themselves to vote in the Buckeye State and secure absentee ballots under extremely shady circumstances — all while mobilizing a large effort to register thousands of others for absentee and early voting. The activists are leaders of a group called “Vote From Home ‘08.” The group is self-identified as having “extensive experience with political organizing, election administration, and Democratic politics.” They were hailed as the “Justice League” by a Daily Kos blogger. Their Facebook page brags: “Want to turn the Presidential election blue in a key swing state? Vote from Home is a political organization that was founded by a team of young people for the purpose of assisting, aiding, and tracking voters to elect progressive candidates to the White House. Encouraged by the excitement of the 2008 elections and the movement around the Democratic candidates, Vote From Home will be in Ohio seeking to deliver 10,000 votes to Democratic candidates statewide.”

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