Skip to comments.Feds to Monitor NM Polls on Election Day
Posted on 06/04/2012 10:04:30 AM PDT by CedarDave
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) Federal officials are planning to look out for any cases of voter discrimination in upcoming elections nationwide, including at polling sites in New Mexico.
The U.S. Justice Department announced it plans to send observers to Cibola and Sandoval counties to monitor elections Tuesday.
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LOL, they are worried about finding safe haven for illegals and fraudlent votes for the Democratic Welfare Plantation, not true vote fraud.
We don’t want ANYTHING to interfere with the DEMOCRAT VOTER FRAUD.
It may all come down to how NM votes.
I suspect its mostly senior native-Americans on the reservation/pueblo lands that they want to make sure vote in the Democratic primary. Can’t imagine there are many Republicans out there they would be concerned with.
Governor Susana Martinez has been fighting an uphill battle against the entrenched democrats in NM. They are like the Chicago mob... with red or green chile.
Arizona, New Mexico, Florida-—oh yeah, they have
Hey, Holder, who you sending to Illinois?
Are these feds going to be black fellows in camo, carrying AKs?
The feds are ever so quick to investigate and pursue voter discrimination, but never seem to get around to doing a damn thing about voter fraud.
The Fed has gone from responsibility of maintainance of the Union to Lords over the Union.
Long past time to right some incredible wrongs. We let this go on any longer that Constitution will be lost beyond our reach, and we can bid our Republic farewell.
The fox guarding the henhouse.
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