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Election FAIL, Fraud & Intimidation   Elections

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10/24/12

Efforts to mislead, pressure voters intensify

WASHINGTON - Some voters are being told they can cast their ballot by phone. Others are being pressured by their employer to vote Republican. Misleading and intimidating tactics typically reserved for the final days before an election are already in play.  Full Article 

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10/30/12

Documents from a recent Romney poll watcher training obtained by ThinkProgress contain several misleading or untrue claims about the rights of Wisconsin voters. A source passed along the following packet of documents, which was distributed to volunteers at a Romney campaign training in Racine on October 25th. In total, six such trainings were held across the state in the past two weeks.

One blatant falsehood occurs on page 16 of the training packet, which informed poll watchers that any identification cards from a voter “must include a photo”, despite the fact that Wisconsin’s voter ID law has been blocked by multiple state judges for this election.

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10/30/12

Presidential Election 2012: Nasty Campaign Tactics Surface Ahead Of Decision Day

MIAMI — With a week to go until Election Day, the nasty campaign tactics are coming out.

People in Florida, Virginia and Indiana have gotten calls falsely telling them they can vote early by phone and don't need to go to a polling place. Indiana's secretary of state launched an investigation. Virginia officials issued a warning to voters and asked them to report any such calls they receive.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/30/presidential-election-2012_n_2044094.html

 

 

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10/30/12

Grrrrrrrr!
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10/30/12

In good news, they've tracked down the couple that paid for those "felony" billboards. Cant look it up right now, but NPR did a story this morning.
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10/30/12

I cant copy/paste well from my kindle. Can you post that voter fraud hotline number from the bottom of the article here?
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