Peter Bronson blows the whistle on the state of Ohio’s top election official engaging in partisan voter registration shenanigans.
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If Ohio polling looks like Chicago, ‘thank’ Brunner
Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner has a reputation as the most partisan state official in Ohio. And she works hard to earn it. The Democrat’s latest stunt rejected absentee ballots for thousands of Republicans.
But it’s not her first rodeo. Almost as soon as Brunner was elected in 2006, she tried to remove several Republican county elections officials, including Ohio Republican Party Chairman Robert Bennett. They accused her of “storm trooper tactics” to silence critics.
Then Brunner spread an alarm that Ohio’s electronic voting machines were vulnerable to tampering – a favorite claim of the paranoid left. Elections officials who participated in Brunner’s study called her conclusions over-hyped “leaps in logic” and said, “The report itself could be viewed as an attack on the elections system … (that) planted seeds in the mind of the public to mistrust those who oversee elections.”
Brunner also demanded an overhaul of voting methods just before the March primaries, causing meltdowns in some precincts.
And now she’s hassling Republicans who want to vote for John McCain…