Skip to comments.In Wake of Indiana Petition Forgery Probe, New Rules Offered to Prevent Fraud (ACORN & Hussein)
Posted on 12/15/2011 5:29:40 AM PST by Libloather
In Wake of Indiana Petition Forgery Probe, New Rules Offered to Prevent Fraud
By Eric Shawn
Published December 14, 2011 | FoxNews.com
Allegations that forged signatures may have put Barack Obama's name on the 2008 Democratic primary ballot in Indiana have prompted new proposals to prevent possible election fraud in the current race for the White House.
St. Joseph County Prosecutor Mike Dvorak, in South Bend, is investigating allegations that numerous names and signatures that put Obama and Hillary Clinton on the states presidential primary ballot in 2008 were fakes. Those allegations have led to accusations that Obama may not have collected the number of signatures he legally needed to have his name on the primary ballot.
"Coming off of ACORN activities right into this, what is going to happen in 2012 when everything is at stake?" asked Eric Holcomb, chairman of the Indiana Republican Party.
"They seemed to have known about and, in fact, potentially perfected the art of forging signatures to get on ballots. What we now have learned is that getting out the vote equates to: 'How many votes do you need?"
"This is definitely out of the ordinary," State Sen. John Broden, chairman of the St. Joseph County Democratic Party, said of the questionable signatures. "My reaction was surprise. I have never been aware of a problem of this sort."
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Is Dvorak a Democrat?
I hope that the S.O.B. made those statements under oath so he can be nailed for perjury.
Assuming the GOP has finally figured out that it's way past due to stop playing the political doormat.
It's not like it's something new. The only explanation possible is wholesale blackmail over the last two decades; the combination of Chicago and Arkancide politics.
He's had THREE frickin' years!
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