Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Ohio Voter Fraud Update...

... Brought to you by Tammy Bruce.
(Funny how once again, we're not hearing much from the mid-stream media, huh?)

Would it surprise you to learn that Ohio's Sec. of State is a Democrat?

Would it surprise you to learn that she was doing absolutely nothing about ACORN voter fraud until Ohio Republicans filed a lawsuit to make her take action?

A federal appeals court on Tuesday ordered Ohio's top elections official to set up a system by the end of the week to verify new voters' eligibility and make it available to Ohio's 88 county election boards.

The full 6th Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati upheld a lower court's ruling that Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner must use other government records to check the thousands of new voters for registration fraud...Ohio Republicans sued Brunner, a Democrat.

"Her delay in providing this matching system leaves little time for election officials to act on questionable registrations," Ohio GOP Chairman Bob Bennett said Tuesday night. "Once again, Jennifer Brunner has wasted valuable taxpayer dollars only to have her partisan agenda rejected by a court of law. Her shameful actions to disenfranchise Republican absentee voters, block the transparency of early voting and refuse the proper verification of newly registered voters have rightfully damaged her credibility as a nonpartisan election administrator. She is destroying the public trust in Ohio's elections system." [...]

Brunner argued that it would take two to three days to create the necessary computer programs, and that nothing in the Help America Vote Act required her to do what the district court ordered.

Tuesday's order directs Brunner to verify new registrations by comparing information on them with the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles or the Social Security Administration.

Would you be at all surprised if Brunner drags her feet until the very last second and then has a "computer failure" right before the elections? 

I don't think I'll be... 

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