OK. I accept the accuracy of your quote.
The only difference I see is that they say "young people" instead of "young Minnesotans" (presumably they made it more explicit in response to the public outcry). Still, you must make a logical leap to the conclusion that they intend to register non-Minnesotans. Nothing in the text justifies that conclusion. The fact that originally, they didn't explicitly say "We're not committing fraud!" is not evidence of fraud.
Anyway, is conspiracy to commit voter fraud the sort of thing they'd publicly announce?
See this other post on the thread I mentioned above:
I live in the socialist republic of Minnesota and I can tell you that hasn't been the case for many years. A-N-Y-B-O-D-Y can walk up to an election judge, tell them they are so-and-so, the judge checks the computer list of registered voters and hands you a ballot card. NO ID, NO CROSS CHECK OF CRENDENTIALS OF ANY KIND. Any rat that keeps track of the old folks that die in the neighborhood they live in will compile a list of likely registered voters that won't be showing up to vote that fall. That's the way it is in metropolitan Minnesota today.
31 posted on 10/12/02 9:26 PM Central by WorkingClassFilth
Most people don't realize how easy it is to commit voter fraud in Minnesota. Not only is same-day registration possible, the only identification you need is for another registered voter to "vouch" that you are a legal voter at the polling place.
A Democrat organization like the one above could shuttle the same voters around, allowing them to vote several times at several different polling places. All they'd need is a single previously registered voter at each polling station to do the "vouching."
There have been rumors in the past that welfare advocacy groups have pulled this very trick in Saint Paul in previous elections.
28 posted on 10/16/02 8:13 AM Central by Snuffington