Skip to comments.Voter Fraud Alleged In Crow Wing County (MN)
Posted on 11/02/2010 11:24:28 AM PDT by ButThreeLeftsDo
Crow Wing County authorities are investigating an allegation of voter fraud in which the ballots of two mentally ill voters were filled out by their minders.
The Brainerd Dispatch reports that 29-year-old Monty Jensen of Crow Wing Township filed a formal complaint on Monday about what he saw at the courthouse on Friday.
Jensen says he saw what appeared to be staff members of a mental health facility fill out a client's ballot and tell another client who to vote for during absentee balloting.
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The picture on page 4A of the MN Pioneer Press today clearly shows a voter at the polls holding DFL (democrap) campaign literature...but thats OK I guess.(and not deemed political.)
Meanwhile a local judge has banned wearing anything with a “Gadsden flag” or ask me for ID button into a polling place as being overtly “political”.
Just another double-standard that needs pointing out.
What a surprise . . . not!
They’re a piece of work. I came in there wearing a motorcycle helmet concealing my face and all they asked me was my name and address. I didn’t once lift my helmet’s visor.
This is no surprise coming from the state of Al senate thief Franken.
Prison votes, dead people, cartoon characters, illegals, "assisted" voters and Democrat voter fraud thugs elected Franken. We must NEVER accept these situations.
Another reason why any absentee ballots need to be thoroughly vetted before being granted.
With the large rise in retirement centers, I think that many of those absentee ballots re being filled out by the caretakers—SEIU?
I manage a senior living building in the Twin Cities. I found it refreshing that a couple of the staunch conservative ladies here took it upon themselves to help some of the others in voting. I doubt that there was anything unethical, but it was a change of pace from the usual.
I can pretty much guarantee that nothing will come from this, although I am surprised how much attention this is getting.
The county is already in denial mode, -- but with this getting more attention, maybe something will come of it. We'll see.
I’m sure it will end up under a carpet, somewhere....