See my post above, the text of the original was preserved here on FR.
posted on 10/16/2002 4:33:30 PM PDT
I also printed out the original text, since I expected them alter it once people realized what was happening.
They altered the text and are using young Minnesotans in an effort to appear legal.
Unfortunatly, that still does not get them off the hook, since the original intent was to import people from other States and turn them into instant Minnesota citizens for the purpose of voting.
posted on 10/16/2002 4:38:05 PM PDT
I.e. My post was two days earlier than the one you quoted above in Post #38. Just to clarify things :-).
Nice job! This was all over the local talk radio today. The Secretary of State and the US Attorney for Minnesota are aware of this and are watching closely. (Thanks to some very active Minnesota FReepers)!
Note though, until there is actual fraud committed they cannot act. The US Attorney told the radio host to check back in November after the election and he'd be happy to take the call.
I want to know what would stop these "young people" from voting absentee in Iowa or Wisconsin or South Dakota and then coming into MN and voting again.
One person can vouch for as many new unregistered voters as they wish. No limits. One person could vouch for 500 people if they wanted to. The poll worker is not allowed to question them if they sign the card stating that they are vouching for the persons residency.
This is nuts!
posted on 10/16/2002 4:44:33 PM PDT
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