Skip to comments.Scores use strip club as voter registration address
Posted on 10/17/2002 9:28:59 AM PDT by mhkingEdited on 04/29/2004 2:01:27 AM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]
COATES, Minnesota (AP) -- Prosecutors charged 95 people with forgery Wednesday for an alleged scheme in which they all registered to vote using the same address: a strip club recently shut down by city officials.
Most of the alleged forgers lived outside the town. The scheme, in which the club's owner also was charged, could have given club supporters a political majority in the town of 163 people. The mayor and two council members are in contested races next month in Coates, where 79 voted in the 2000 general election.
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Good point! Hopefully this,too, will be investigated
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Boxer won by too big a margin for it to have been fraud. It was Feinstein's first election against Huffington that was rigged. All evening Huffington was ahead, the tobacco tax was going down in defeat handily, then early in the morning they got a whole bunch of votes from the bay area and suddenly things were reversed. I'm still mad about that "election".
Wisconsin statute does not allow a voter to register by party. These folks were really dumb, however. Wisconsin law allows registration at the polls -- that way, these folks would have voted before they were ever discovered. And our crooked Attorney General (now running for and about to be elected Governor) would have done NOTHING about it. Even if a poll worker noticed it, they cannot challenge at the polls. The crooks can still cast their ballots, and the State election committee and the AG will worry about it later.
Yes, you guessed it! Attorney General Jim Doyle is a DEMOCRAT!
One would think! However, in Wisconsin (where this offense occurred) you cannot ask a person at the polls if they have been convicted of a felony. You can suggest that it is fraud to register, if they have been convicted of a felony. But you cannot deny them the right to vote. At least that's how our City Clerk interprets the law.
I remind you that Saddam won 100% of 100% of the eligible Iraqi voters.