Accidental Alien – Another example of our Broken Electoral System

Accidental Alien – Another example of our Broken Electoral System

The Accidental Alien
A noncitizen voted in multiple elections, the New York Times reports.

By

JAMES TARANTO

CONNECT

May 23, 2014
Fifty-eight-year-old Mario Hernandez was born in Cuba and came to the U.S. with his parents in the 1960s, a few years after his native land was taken over by communists. This Wednesday, the New York Times reports from Miami, he became an American citizen: “It turns out that Mr. Hernandez, despite having voted in every major election since Jimmy Carter’s in 1976 and working for two state agencies and two federal agencies, …

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Demolished Building Voter Challenges lead Voters to Update Addresses

Demolished Building Voter Challenges lead Voters to Update Addresses

June 20, 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

On June 3, 2014, the Hamilton County Board of Elections (BOE) unanimously voted to approve the challenge of fifty (50) voters who are registered destroyed buildings. These challenges are a part of a yearlong study by Ohio Voter Integrity Project (Ohio VIP) to identify people registered at demolished properties based on lists provided by the City of Cincinnati and the Cincinnati Port Authority.

To date, approximately two hundred (200) voter challenges have been submitted using information from these lists, with over one …

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Three Lucas County Board of Elections Members Fired

Three Lucas County Board of Elections Members Fired

LUCAS COUNTY
Husted fires 3 at Board of Elections
Official says dysfunction must end once and for all
BY TOM TROY
BLADE POLITICS WRITER

Saying the Lucas County Board of Elections’ “culture of dysfunction … must come to an end once and for all,” Secretary of State Jon Husted on Thursday removed three board members and served notice that he would appoint no one with a connection to “the problems of the past.”

Removed were Republican board members Jon Stainbrook and Tony DeGidio and Democratic board member and chairman Ron Rothenbuhler. …

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Voter Integrity Groups in Maryland and Virginia Discover 43,983 Duplicate Registrations on the States’ Voter Rolls

Voter Integrity Groups in Maryland and Virginia Discover 43,983 Duplicate Registrations on the States’ Voter Rolls

MEDIA CONTACT:
Sandra Schwartzman
(301) 230-0045 x100
sschwartzman@rmr.com
www.rmr.com

As Elections Near, Voter Integrity Organizations Intensify Their Efforts to End Voter Roll Inaccuracies

Rockville, MD – May 19, 2014 – Election Integrity Maryland (EIM), one of the Mid–Atlantic’s leading election watchdog organizations, in partnership with The Virginia Voters Alliance (VVA), announces today that it has discovered at least 43,983 voters registered in both Maryland and Virginia. These duplicate registrations on both states’ rolls present a large-scale risk to fair electoral processes and pose significant threats to the fair outcomes of future …

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Two more indicted in Hamilton County for Voter Fraud

Two more indicted in Hamilton County for Voter Fraud

April 23.2014

By Kimball Perry

Cincinnati.com

Two more people — including a poll worker — were indicted Wednesday for illegal voting in Hamilton County.

A grand jury issued indictments against Timothy Merman of Fairfax and Ellen Duncan of Avondale.

Merman was accused of using, for voting purposes, a closed Fairfax business as his residential address while voting in 2012, said Mary Siegel of the Ohio Voter Integrity Project, a nonpartisan nonprofit focusing on educating people about the election process.

“We suspected he lived in Kentucky,” Siegel said of Merman. Her agency reported …

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Become a Poll Worker and Stop Voter Fraud

Become a Poll Worker and Stop Voter Fraud

April 18, 2014

The May 6th Primary Election is right around the corner and there are many Ohio counties still in desperate need of poll workers.

Can you help?

By law, polling locations must have an equal number of Republican and Democrat poll workers to ensure that the team is bi-partisan.  But this is not happening!

People are being hired based on their primary ballot choice and if someone does not vote in a primary, the Boards of Elections don’t know the person’s true political leanings and they are …

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Voter Fraud Bombshell hits North Carolina

Voter Fraud Bombshell hits North Carolina

Voter Fraud Confirmed–Up to 765 have voted in two states.

April 2, 2014

[Access complete BOE report is attached here>>> JointCommittee_April 2014 <<< and scroll to page 35 for blockbuster fraud information.]

APRIL 2, 2014–Raleigh–Up to 765 voters have voted in both NC and at least one other state according to a report titled, “Presentation to Joint Legislative Elections Oversight Committee,” briefed to the committee today at the Legislative Office Building.

“This confirms our deepest concerns,” said Jay DeLancy, Executive Director of the Voter Integrity Project of NC. “We always knew that …

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Enough with the Early Voting Complaints

Enough with the Early Voting Complaints

by Brent Larkin, Northeast Ohio Media Group, which represents The Plain Dealer,  Cleveland.com and Sun News

March 15, 2014

Democrats have lots of legitimate issues to raise in this year’s election for governor and other statewide offices.

Early voting isn’t one of them.

Noisemaking about voter suppression is, for the most part, utter nonsense.

Access to the ballot in Ohio is better than the national average and light years better than it is in the bluest states in nation. In fact, many Democratic states have laws governing voting so archaic one would …

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Provisional Ballot Bill (SB 216) passes the Ohio House

Provisional Ballot Bill (SB 216) passes the Ohio House

From the Cincinnati Enquirer: February 27, 2014, Legislature in Brief, page A12.

House passes provisional ballot bill along party lines

The Ohio House on Wednesday passed a bill setting forth when provisional ballots are counted in the political swing state and what it takes to cast one.

Provisional ballots include those cast when voters don’t bring proper ID to the polls or cast them in the wrong precinct.

The proposal passed on party lines, 58-36, would put into law a recent federal court ruling that requires provisional ballots cast …

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Secretary Husted sets Early Voting Hours for November 2014

Secretary Husted sets Early Voting Hours for November 2014

February 26, 2014

Yesterday, Secretary of State Jon Husted officially charted the days and hours for early voting for the November 2014 General Election. This decision, which does not apply to the 2016 Presidential Election, was adopted from the proposal of the Ohio Association of Election Officials (OAEO) on absentee voting. Click here for the SOS press release and link to the directive.

Secretary Husted’s directive implements a bipartisan proposal by the OAEO and will give Ohioans the ability to cast an absentee ballot in person over …

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