Starting Already

Allegations of voter fraud in the New Jersey race:

At least four voters have approached the Feliz campaign to complain that an absentee ballot was sent to them without their permission or cast for them without their understanding the documents they were signing. I spoke with Uremia Rojas who reports that “a man with a clipboard knocked on my door and had me sign something so I could vote by mail. I was skeptical but signed and got a ballot. I never really wanted one.” Says Mr. Negron: “We believe this to be underhanded and a possibly illegal strategy by the Democratic Party to undermine the civil rights of the residents of Camden.”

There are additional reports from Camden that Hispanic voters have been misled into voting absentee ballots. So-called bearers who are allowed to collect and carry absentee ballots are said to have encouraged voters to fill out applications for absentee ballots. A few days later, the bearers reportedly return with the actual ballots, which they offer “assistance” in filling out.

I  know you’ll be shocked, shocked to hear this, but ACORN is apparently involved.

After repeated election-related scandals, Acorn has become toxic for many candidates who once relied on the group. But Acorn’s longtime allies, the Service Employee International Union and New York’s Working Families Party, have both moved into New Jersey

It’s crap like this that made the upper middle class peoples of the Philadelphia suburbs turn away from the Democratic Party and remain Republicans. Perhaps one of the aspects of Obama’s legacy will be to destroy the groundwork laid by Bill Clinton and have a lot of suburban voters go back to their roots.

2 thoughts on “Starting Already”

  1. This is toxic to good civic life – destroying confidence in the results hurts everyone.

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