Wednesday, August 20, 2008

John McCain pulls ahead of the Messiah by 5 points - Reuters

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Monday, August 11, 2008

GOP Whip Decries 'Anti-American-Energy' Policy

House GOP Whip Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) decried what he calls the 'anti-American-energy' policy of drilling opponents.

Recent Vote Fraud Cases

Pennsylvania- 08.05.08
Former State Representative Linda Bebko-Jones and her former chief of staff Mary B. Fiolek have both been sentenced to 12 months’ probation and assessed fines of $1,500 after pleading guilty to misdemeanor charges of forging and submitting false signatures and criminal conspiracy.

Virginia- 07.25.08
Three people are facing vote fraud charges for their role in submitting falsified registration forms in Hampton. The three were employed by the Community Voters Project, a program of The Fund for the Public Interest, as voter registration canvassers.

Virginia- 07.22.08
A grand jury has indicted four people on felony election fraud charges stemming from a town council election in the southwest town of St. Paul in Wise County. The indictments accuse the four of falsely claiming residence at a St. Paul apartment in an effort to influence the election.

Pennsylvania- 07.24.08
Luis R. Torres-Serrano has been charged with 19 counts of perjury, making false statements, forgery and identity theft. According to authorities, Torres-Serrano submitted more than 100 fraudulent registrations while serving as a temporary worker for the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN).

Texas- 07.18.08
The Bexar County District Attorney’s office has uncovered cases of non-citizens voting after reviewing records at the request of the elections department. Undocumented immigrant status has been claimed by people both registering to vote and by people trying to get out of jury duty, District Attorney Susan Reed said.

Missouri- 07.18.08
Joel L. Neal of St. Louis was sentenced to a month of home confinement and a $2,000 fine for casting an absentee ballot for his deceased mother in Missouri's presidential preference primary. Neal’s attorney argued that he knew how his mother wanted to vote and was simply carrying out her wishes.

Ohio- 07.16.08
Carolyn Kleinhert, a 21-year old student at Ohio University, pleaded guilty to felony election falsification charges in Athens County Common Pleas Court on Tuesday. Kleinhert voted an absentee ballot in her home county of Summit in the March primary.

Washington- 07.08.08
Todd Stuart McGuire of Port Townsend is facing felony vote fraud charges following the completion of a 17-month investigation. The charges allege that McGuire, a prominent county Democrat, forged his wife’s signature on an absentee ballot in the February 6, 2007 special election.

Florida- 06.12.08
William Murray of Nokomis has been arrested for voting twice in the 2002 election. According to Supervisor of Elections Kathy Dent, Murray voted by absentee and then again at the polls on November 5, 2002. Dent contacted the voter in case there had been a mistake, and Murray admitted to the offense saying that it was, "her job to prevent such an occurrence." Murray has been charged with casting more than one ballot and has been released from Sarasota County Jail on $1,000 bail.

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