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    Tag: Election Fraud

    Public Sector Goonion Holiday

    By Corinthian Scales, Section News
    Posted on Sun Oct 28, 2012 at 10:40:43 AM EST
    Tags: Justice Diane M. Hathaway, Ethics, Shell Games, Mortgage Fraud, Progressives, Michigan Democratic Party, FBI, AG Schuette, MJTC, SCOMI, HB 5061, SB 803, SB 754, VETOED by Snyder, voter ID, James O'Keefe, Ruth Johnson, Voting, Election Fraud, Democrats, NObama, Dump Debbie Debate-It-No, Kakistocracy, Tax Hiker, Anti-Right To Work, One Term Nerd, Agema start scouting, 2014 (all tags)

    Our tax dollars at work...

    LANSING, Mich. - Secretary of State Ruth Johnson reminds residents that all SUPER!Centers as well as select PLUS and traditional offices will remain open on Election Day for customers who must conduct urgent business on that day.

    Most state government offices will be closed on Tuesday, Nov. 6, because of a 2004 agreement with labor unions made by the administration of then Gov. Jennifer Granholm that makes Election Day a state employee holiday. However, Johnson is keeping several offices open with minimal staffing.


    These overcompensated slugs need a whole paid day off to vote Democrat?  WTF?

    YES on Prop 5 & 6 - NO on everything else!

    (3 comments) Comments >>

    Democrats Teach How To Commit Voter Fraud & Forge Documents

    By Corinthian Scales, Section News
    Posted on Thu Oct 25, 2012 at 11:45:40 AM EST
    Tags: HB 5061, SB 803, SB 754, VETOED by Snyder, voter ID, James O'Keefe, Ruth Johnson, Voting, Election Fraud, Democrats, One Term Nerd, NObama, Dump Debbie Debate-It-No (all tags)

    Video description below the fold

    FLASHBACK: Estimated 4K Non-Citizens On Michigan Voter Registry

    With friends like Democrat wooing Rick Michigan, who needs enemies?

    (1 comment, 318 words in story) Full Story

    A Message To Our Legislators - Beware False Choices

    Voting With ID Makes Sense

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Fri Jan 13, 2012 at 09:10:54 AM EST
    Tags: Michigan, Ruth Johnson, Voting, Election Fraud, Dead People, Photo ID (all tags)

    Many have pushed back on the idea of pictured ID being used to verify voters at the ballot box.  Conservatives believe that voting is one of the most sacred institutions in our Republic.

    In Michigan, voters are now required to provide photo ID to be able to vote in person.  However, another issue must still be corrected:

    "Her toughest legislative hurdle will be to get "no reason" absentee voting adopted, Johnson said. Voters who are not disabled or under age 60 must currently give a reason for not voting on Election Day.

    Johnson's proposal would allow any registered voter to get an absentee ballot provided they have a photo ID or are willing to sign an affidavit stating they don't have a photo ID - the same requirement voters face when they vote in person."

    Johnson is SPOT ON with her follow up of this loose end. Absentee voting is not a problem with the appropriate protections in place.

    A recent 'gotcha' video by James O'Keefe demonstrates clearly, the need for identification before voting.

    The thought that wholesale fraud might occur (and likely has) with absentee registration that does not validate whom might be casting the vote ought to chill one to room temperature, wherein they might then be more qualified.

    (4 comments) Comments >>

    S-O-S!!! Ruth to the RESCUE

    By Corinthian Scales, Section Multimedia
    Posted on Fri Oct 22, 2010 at 08:00:32 AM EST
    Tags: Jocelyn Benson, Election Fraud, Endorsements, Granholm, Pro-Choice, Jim Dean, DFA, SEIU violence, John Conyers, Democratic Socialist of America, Radicals (all tags)

    A new turn of events on this?

    "I am honored to receive the endorsement of the OCDP because it represents the faith that so many Oakland County Democrats have in the strength of our campaign," Benson said.  "I intend to continue the journey toward the Democratic convention this August and hope to affirm their faith in me and the progressive agenda for election reform I represent for Michigan."

    See you below the fold...

    (2 comments, 762 words in story) Full Story

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