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Voter Fraud Links

December 7th, 2009 Matt View Comments

Jesse Hathaway has a great update about what ACORN is up to in Ohio. In fact, it is so good, Instapundit picked up on it!

And Warner Todd Hudson at Big Government has an update about the 47 felons who were collecting signatures for the latest anti-smoking nannystate ballot issue in Ohio.

Remember Olivia Alair, the Ohio Spokesbabe for the Obama Campaign that Voted Illegally in Franklin County?

December 5th, 2009 Matt Comments off

She is now making the big bucks at the Department of Transportation.

In the Democrat party, voter fraud is quite profitable.

Athens Voter Fraud Update

November 4th, 2009 Matt Comments off

It sure looks like the Athens Democrat party bosses are trying to dump this corruption on college students, doesn’t it?:

Susan Gwinn, the county party chairwoman, said yesterday that such a plan was discussed with members of the OU College Democrats but never was instituted.

The party agreed to pay some students for get-out-the-vote efforts, but, “This whole idea that somebody was paying people to vote is ridiculous,” she said.

The flap surfaced when Kellie Galan, vice president of the college Democrats, sent an e-mail on Friday urging students to gather at 1 p.m. today to march to the polls.

“Remember, if you bring a friend from 4th Ward, they are more then a friend, they’re 5 bucks!” she wrote.

An Addition to the Athens Voter Fraud Controversy

November 3rd, 2009 Matt Comments off

To add to the voter fraud committed by Athens Democrat party bosses and pinhead college morons, a press release from the OU College Republicans raises an interesting question about the legitimacy of Democrat State Rep. Debbie Phillips:

The Ohio University College Republicans applaud the statement of Ohio Democratic Party Chairman Chris Redfern regarding the current vote bounty controversy. Chairman Redfern stated: “The Ohio Democratic Party had no role in this stupid idea, and I urge Athens County Chairwoman Susan Gwinn to suspend the program immediately and not issue any payments that may have been planned. I call for a complete investigation and prosecution for any wrongdoing in this case.” The Ohio University College Republicans endorse Redfern’s call for embattled Athens County Chairwoman Susan Gwinn and the Ohio University College Democrats to suspend the program and conduct a full investigation into the matter.

Furthermore, in light of the recent revelations, the College Republicans are concerned about prior instances of this votes-for-cash bounty program. During the 2008 election in the 92nd Ohio House District, Republican candidate and Athens County Auditor Jill Thompson lost to the current representative Democrat Debbie Phillips by less than 600 votes. The College Republicans hope that a full investigation will reveal whether or not the College Democrats implemented a similar program during the 2008 election.

Christine Fahl, the candidate for Athens City Council 4th Ward who was to be the potential benefactor of the fraudulent votes, played a major role in Debbie Phillips’s 2008 campaign.

Athens County Voter Fraud Fall Out

November 3rd, 2009 Matt View Comments

Ohio Democrat Chairman and MTR Lobbyist Chris Redfern is embarrassed by his party’s latest voter fraud efforts:

Ohio’s top Democrat this morning chided Athens County Democratic Party Chair Susan Gwinn for allegedly running a campaign that promised $5 cash bonuses to Ohio University student Democrats for helping to get out the vote. Meanwhile, the county party’s treasurer said he knew nothing about the program and doesn’t approve of it.

In an unusually strongly worded statement, Chris Redfern, chairman of the Ohio Democratic Party, said, “The Ohio Democratic Party had no role in this stupid idea, and I urge Athens County Chairwoman Susan Gwinn to suspend the program immediately and not issue any payments that may have been planned. I call for a complete investigation and prosecution for any wrongdoing in this case.”

In the latter respect, Redfern appears on the same page as Athens County Republican Party Chair Pete Couladis, who issued a release Monday night asking the county Board of Elections and county prosecutor to investigate an alleged offer by the College Democrats to pay people to vote.

And Ohio GOP Chairman has called upon Ted Strickland to demand the resignation of the Athens County Democratic Party chair.

As student organizations are typically covered under a university’s 501c3 tax status, this is most certainly grounds for the OU College Republicans to have the charter of the College Dems revoked. But more importantly, a criminal investigation must continue into the party bosses who are certainly aware of Ohio’s campaign laws.

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$5 for Your Vote in Athens

November 2nd, 2009 Matt Comments off

As a club full of unapologetic capitalists, OU CR member Colton Henson has designed a new t-shirt design to mock the College Democrat’s efforts of helping the Democrat Party buy votes in targeted races. Nicely done!

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Senator Sherrod Brown Named in ACORN Corruption Congressional Report

July 23rd, 2009 Matt Comments off

From FoxNews.com:

ACORN engaged in a scheme to use taxpayer money to support a partisan political agenda, according to a new report from Republicans on a House oversight committee.The report, released Thursday, accuses ACORN of fraudulent activities and widespread corruption and calls for a criminal investigation into the advocacy group. It offers the first detailed account of the allegations that have dogged the organization in recent months.

ACORN, or the Association of Community Organizations for Reform, has been under constant fire from conservatives since last year for its support of Barack Obama’s presidential candidacy and its planned participation in next year’s 2010 census.

The report was released by Rep. Darrell Issa, the top Republican on the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, and Issa’s GOP colleagues.

“This report is about getting to the truth and when there are significant accusations and questions outstanding regarding an organization that has benefited from millions of taxpayer dollars, those questions should be answered and the truth should be brought to light,” Issa said in a statement.

The executive summary of the report says ACORN provided contributions of financial and personnel resources to indicted former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich, Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown and candidate Obama, among others, in what the report calls a scheme to use taxpayer money to support a partisan political agenda, which would be a clear violation of numerous tax and election laws.

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