Republicans Busted for Voter Fraud

Discussion in 'Politics' started by seneca_roman, Oct 19, 2008.

  1. For all their bluster about nuts or acorns, Republicans got busted again for voter fraud:

    " As a first-time voter, Brittany Goodwin was excited when her voter registration card arrived in August.

    Then her father told her that she had registered Republican.

    ""Nooooo," she groaned.

    Goodwin, a University of South Florida freshman and Democrat, was among dozens of college students who say they were tricked into registering as Republicans at USF's Tampa campus."

  2. If you're not old enough to drink then you're not old enough to vote.....
  3. Brandonf

    Brandonf ET Sponsor

    If your a Dem and you can be "tricked" into registering as a Rep, or vice versa, your not smart enough to vote.
    Election Protection, a non-partisan coalition, offers another online resource for voter education and protection through an informational Web site and an election hot-line (1-866-OUR-VOTE). They also offer a useful voting-checklist flyer you can print out and bring with you to the poll.

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    Be sure you are properly registered.
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    Be sure you go to the correct polling place.
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    Find out your options for convenient voting.
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    Find out if you are required to show ID.
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    Review sample ballots and information about candidates and issues.
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  5. But none the less, you get a vote just like Harvard Grads do.
  6. Here is a good how to book:

  7. Voter fraud by the Reps?:confused:

    Wont that throw a bucket of cold water on the ACORN flame???