Skip to comments.Seattle postmark on bogus Florida voter mail [voter intimidation by rats]
Posted on 10/25/2012 4:46:49 AM PDT by matt1234
Official-looking but bogus letters telling mostly Republican voters that their citizenship is in question are turning up in Florida, where GOP officials have led efforts to purge noncitizens from registration rolls.
The phony letters have been reported in 23 counties so far in an apparent attempt to intimidate voters, Department of State spokesman Chris Cate said Tuesday.
The letters purport to come from various Florida county supervisors of elections but all were postmarked from Seattle. The markings were traced to the Seattle Sectional Facility.
They tell voters that information received from the state Division of Elections indicates their citizenship is in question and that they'll be removed from the rolls unless they can prove their citizenship within 15 days.
The letters also warn in bold type that noncitizens who cast ballots "may be subject to arrest, imprisonment, and/or other criminal sanctions."
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What a wonderful way to turn out the GOP vote!
Has anyone uploaded a copy of one of these letters?
Is there a link to see a copy of any of them???
I don’t know.
I am sure that the UN team (when it gets here) will immediately look into this.
Seattle postmark, eh?
Very nearly as stupid as Dan Rather’s 1972 smoking gun document typed in MS Word.
Attention to detail is not a Democrat strong suit.
The Attorney General of TX sent a letter to this UN bunch of busy-bodies that they are not to enter any polling place in the state. It is against state law for any organization to be closer than 100 feet of a polling place, and he will enforce that law.
Texans would love to see the UN intruders behind bars in Houston, San Antonio or Dallas.
Don’t mess with Texas.
so this qualifies as interstate mail fraud, right?