Voter Fraud Growing and Widespread, FBI Investigates

Written by ACRU

October 16, 2008
The American Civil Rights Union has these updates covering the expanding menace of voter fraud that could decide the outcome of the Presidential election on November 4th, 2008. Here is just a brief snapshot of the national scam to defraud our election process. A very critical structural problem with what is being discovered extremely disturbing....what is still "uncovered"?. Is this 5% of the iceberg?
Ken Blackwell: VOTER-FRAUD CHAOS-ACRU Senior Fellow Ken Blackwell and legal analyst Ken Klukowski wrote an op-ed for the October 6, 2008 New York Post in which they warn of the potential of massive voter fraud in the upcoming elections.... (Read the Op-Ed here)

Ken Blackwell on ACORN, a congressional outrage-As negotiations over Congress's emergency rescue bill continued over the weekend, repeated rumors leaked out that the Democrats were trying to funnel money to a hyper-partisan organization involved in criminal voter fraud.... (click here for entire article)

Blackwell: Novak Makes the Case for God to the Godless-On Saturday, September 27, ACRU Senior Fellow Ken Blackwell wrote about Michael Novak's latest book, No One Sees God; The Dark Night of Atheists and Believers.... (Read the entire column here)

In The News

24,000 Felons Getting Ballots, Despite Eligibility Questions (Excerpt)
SEATTLE -- An exclusive KIRO Team 7 Investigation discovers the state will send ballots to thousands of convicted felons in the next week, even though many can't legally vote. The Secretary of State’s Office fired up a new multimillion-dollar computer in 2006. Its job was to catch, and then cancel, illegal voters. Well, not all illegal voters. KIRO-TV recently ran its own data to double check the state's work. Investigative Reporter Chris Halsne found out the system was set up to ignore the existence of approximately 24,000 convicted felons.KIRO - 10/16/2008

Ohio elections chief appeals court ruling (Excerpt)
On Tuesday, the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati sided with the Ohio Republican Party and ordered Brunner to set up a system that provides names of newly registered voters whose driver's license numbers or Social Security numbers don't match records in other government databases. The GOP contends the information for counties will help prevent fraud. At least 200,000 newly registered voters have mismatched data, according to an initial review by Brunner's office.
Akron Beacon Journal - 10/16/2008

Officials: FBI investigates ACORN for voter fraud (Excerpt)
WASHINGTON (AP) - The FBI is investigating whether the community activist group ACORN helped foster voter registration fraud around the nation before the presidential election......ACORN, the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, says it has registered 1.3 million young people, minorities and poor and working-class voters—most of whom tend to be Democrats.
Associated Press - 10/16/2008

About 200K Ohio voters have records discrepancies (Excerpt)
CINCINNATI (AP) - Close to one in every three newly registered Ohio voters will end up on court-ordered lists being sent to county election boards because they have some discrepancy in their records, an elections spokesman said Wednesday. Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner estimated that an initial review found that about 200,000 newly registered voters reported information that did not match motor-vehicle or Social Security records, Brunner spokesman Kevin Kidder said. Some discrepancies could be as simple as a misspelling, while others could be more significant.
Associated Press - 10/15/2008

Federal court: Ohio must check voter registrations (Excerpt)
Associated Press - 10/15/2008

ACORN Faces "RICO" Lawsuit in Ohio (Excerpt)
Canadian Free Press - 10/15/2008

Court Documents Reveal ACORN's Troubled History (Excerpt)
MSNBC.com - 10/14/2008

State Seeks Voter Fraud Probe in Lake County (Excerpt)
Indystar.com - 10/10/2008

Ken Blackwell on "On the Record with Greta Van Susteren  (Excerpt)
FoxNews - 10/10/2008

New York Post - 10/06/2008

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