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Socialists Sending People to MN to illegally vote for Wellstone...
DSAUSA .com via Drudge ^
Posted on 10/16/2002 8:25:08 AM PDT by gubamyster
Send A Student To Minnesota!
DSAs national electoral project this year is the Minnesota Senate Election. Together with YDS, DSAs Youth Section, we are mobilizing to bring young people to Minnesota. Minnesota is one of the few states that allow same day voter registration. We will therefore focus our energy on registering young Minnesotans. Wellstone will need a high percentage of young people to register and vote for him if he is to stave off the campaign that Bush, the Republicans and the Greens are waging against him. He is the Rights Number One electoral target.
Because we are focusing on issue-based voter registration, this electoral work can be supported by tax-deductible contributions. The DSA FUND is soliciting tax-deductible contributions to support this project. Contributions are needed to underwrite the costs of transportation as well as providing a stipend for expenses; housing is being donated. You can contribute online with a Master Card or VISA. To contribute, simply choose from one of the amounts listed below. Click on the red dot and you will be taken to a secure server to input your credit card information. Our online order system does not allow us to let you fill in an amount, so if the choices we offer are less than what you want to contribute simply make more than one transaction until you reach the total you want to contribute.
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TOPICS: Front Page News; News/Current Events; Politics/Elections; US: Minnesota
KEYWORDS: dsa; hughhewitt; paulwellstone
Brazen, even by tradionally criminal democrat standards.
posted on 10/16/2002 8:30:36 AM PDT
Ooops, sorry, you beat me to the post...hope webmaster will delete my attempt...also hope Mr. Wellfare goes down in flames.
posted on 10/16/2002 8:35:43 AM PDT
If there has been a serious increase in efforts to stop election fraud, surely this would be considered an easy target, right?
posted on 10/16/2002 8:36:03 AM PDT
by mad puppy
To: mad puppy
I sure hope that they are informing these "students" of the penalties for voter fraud.
posted on 10/16/2002 8:40:41 AM PDT
No problem. If I were one of the students being targeted, I'd sign up, take their free transportation (consuming funds they would otherwise have used on a true believer), and then voted for the Pubbie, thus negating one additional student.
posted on 10/16/2002 8:42:27 AM PDT
To: gubamyster; PhiKapMom; Miss Marple; Grampa Dave; Jim Robinson; Congressman Billybob; Poohbah
Does anyone know if the Civil Rights Division of the FBI or DOJ has an e-mail address? Methinks they are violating the voting rights of Minnesota residents with this...
posted on 10/16/2002 8:45:05 AM PDT
posted on 10/16/2002 8:45:32 AM PDT
Somebody needs to get this info out to Hugh Hewitt. He has been blasting Wellstone for months, but when a caller mentioned this yesterday, Hugh didn't seem to know about it or believe the caller.
Wait just one minute!
Why hasn't anyone considered that is all about the "voter's rights" - i.e. maybe these are minority students who would otherwise have been prevented from freely voting in FLA, MI, MO, etc. - HmmMMMMM?
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Minnesota is one of the few states that allow same day voter registration. We will therefore focus our energy on registering young Minnesotans.
I hold no brief for Socialists, but what they're saying is that they need people from across the country to head up to Minnesota to register voters, not to register as voters.
U.S. Department of Justice
Civil Rights Division
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
Voting Section, 1800G
Washington, D.C. 20530
(202) 616-9514 (Section 5 submissions only)
Joseph D. Rich, Chief
Robert S. Berman
Gilda R. Daniels
Robert A. Kengle
Rebecca J. Wertz
posted on 10/16/2002 8:49:32 AM PDT
Paging John McCain, there is a package for you marked - Election Reform, MINN. RETURNED - NO SUCH DESTINATION.
To: *Hugh Hewitt; generalissimoduane
A Hugh Hewitt bump!
"These are the issues I will focus on in my second AND LAST term serving Minnesota"
-Paul "Lenin" Wellstone
US Senator - Communist Party.
posted on 10/16/2002 9:01:53 AM PDT
Republicans do this too. I don't need any examples of Republicans doing it to know this. I just know it. It's one of our Libertarian Party ditz rules. </ sarcasm>
posted on 10/16/2002 9:56:18 AM PDT
The Corrupt Trial Lawyer Party, oops I meant Democrat Party, has been totally Clintonized. In other words the Democrat Party is nothing more than a criminal organization, engaged in every conceivable type of fraud, theft, and unethical activity.
The Democrats stand for nothing except treason, power, and illegal millions of dollars stolen by the leadership. Think of the millions taken by DNC head Terry McAulfee (insider trading of Global Crossings and many other crooked deals), the Clintons ("book advances," pardons for sale, & God knows what else), and the "Revrund" Jackson (extortion of major firms).
posted on 10/16/2002 10:03:11 AM PDT
At one time MN was known for its "clean" elections and politics. But if the Democrats think they COULD lose, they will pull out all stops to keep their "DFL" in power. Let's hope that Coleman does pull the upset to hand the Senate to the Republicans, but I think it is a most remote possibility that he can do so: just too many liberals in MN.
To: Theodore R.
"...Let's hope that Coleman does pull the upset to hand the Senate to the Republicans..."
One of the interesting things about this election is the degree to which it appears that all bets are off.
I'm convinced that 'anything can happen'. (good or bad)
posted on 10/16/2002 11:09:36 AM PDT
There were numerous press articles in the 2000 elections in which students boasted about voting twice, and sometimes three times.
As far as I know, nothing was done about it, and seemingly no one is ever penalized for vote fraud in this country, no matter how public and blantant.
One thing that should surely be done is to put the word out in Minnesota that the Wellstone Camp is openly soliciting vote fraud.
posted on 10/16/2002 11:54:39 AM PDT
The original web page, which has since changed stated "We will therefore focus our energy on registering young people."
This is all about fraud...not Minnesotans.
posted on 10/16/2002 11:56:28 AM PDT
I thought that was right! I saved a copy of the original page at home; I'll have to check it out
posted on 10/16/2002 12:12:02 PM PDT
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