Yesterday, I introduced you to the Homeless Ohioans for Obama voter registration drive that has fraud written all over it.
There’s even more “thug thizzlin'” — to quote the above registered homeless voter for Obama — going on.
Watch as GOP poll observers are turned away in Ohio:
Soren Dayton notes:
Early voting is taking place in Ohio. Through the end of the week, people can register and vote on the same day. The Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner argues that they are merely “casting their ballot” rather than “voting” so the fact that Ohio statute requires 30 days between registering and voting would not interfere.
So here is what is happening today. People are showing up to register and vote. There is no affirmative evidence that these people have not registered or voted somewhere else. There is no control. Normally in an election, partisan election monitors are allowed into polling places so that they can police each other. But not in two counties, Franklin and Montgomery, in Ohio. Brunner also issued an advisory opinion to counties saying that they are not required to allow election monitors.
I’ve blogged Brunner’s shenanigans previously here.
She’s doing her thug thizzle.
Time to fight back.
The West Virginia Secretary of State has issued a “voter fraud advisory:”
West Virginia Secretary of State Betty Ireland recently issued a release to address concerns about voter fraud in the state.
“My office takes the matter of election fraud very seriously, and every precaution is being taken to make sure no voter is disenfranchised by this activity,” Ireland said.
It has been discovered that “several hundred” voter applications have been filed with forged signatures, wrong addresses or changed party affiliation. Ireland’s release stated some submitted registration forms contained names and addresses “that have simply been lifted from the phone book.”
Ireland said cases of voter registration fraud have cropped up in Kanawha County. The U.S. Attorney’s Office of Southern West Virginia, the FBI and the U.S. Postal Service are investigating the issue statewide, along with other agencies.