Friday, October 10, 2008

Ohio Early Voting Check The Names Secretary

Already frauded? or are these early votes to be treated like 'provisional ballots?'

What's the problem? If research and investigation by the Sec. of State shows ineligible names actually cast a ballot, the ballot will not have been actually opened and tallied, right, until November 4, 2008.

The window for early voting is one-week, readers, one week. that's not to say there won't be potential for fraud to have occurred. But, the local officials handling the registrations have almost one month to do their jobs and investigate each and every name signed in for early voting!

Anything less and the Sec. of State and local election boards - heads should roll.

Hint. come to Fayette County Pennsylvania and see if same and exact names have either newly registered or remain on the bloated voter registration database for the county.

That's what should be happening across the country. Names should be checked for duplication in other states, and some method of identification should be a given by now.

We don't believe such should be social security numbers, last four digits or whatever. These ids should be one time only for an election cycle in the country then all registrations and ids should be reset for the next election.

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State, federal courts uphold early voting in Ohio By STEPHEN MAJORS Monday, September 29, 2008,-Federal-Courts-Ohio-voters-WILL-get-1-week-early-voting-AND-same-day-registration.html

Ohio Supreme Court Upholds Early Voting Window
By STEPHEN MAJORS, Associated Press | September 29, 2008
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COLUMBUS, Ohio — Two courts tooday upheld a weeklong period in Ohio in which new voters can register and cast an absentee ballot on the same day.

Another court decision was expected later in the day over the early voting window, which begins tomorrow and has become a highly partisan battle in a swing state where President Bush narrowly clinched re-election in 2004.

In a 4-3 decision the Ohio Supreme Court said Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner was correct in her interpretation that voters don't need to be registered for at least 30 days before receiving an absentee ballot...

...The disputed voting window results from an overlap between Tuesday's beginning of absentee voting 35 days before Election Day, and the Oct. 6 end of voter registration period...

Ohio Secretary of State on ACORN Voter Fraud Allegations 'On the Record'
Friday, October 10, 2008
This is a rush transcript from "On the Record ," October 9, 2008. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.

GRETA VAN SUSTEREN, FOX NEWS HOST: And if the economy isn't shaking you enough, try this. There are huge fears of voter fraud in the presidential election. We're 26 days from the election, one of the biggest horse races in American history. And already there is threat of big trouble. All eyes are on a handful of swing states where several voter fraud investigations are threatening a basic idea, whether or not free and fair elections will be held.

Tonight, we have a full report, starting in Ohio, where there is breaking news. As we reported earlier, a federal judge has issued a temporary restraining order and has ruled that an Ohio secretary of state, Jennifer Brunner, is breaking federal law, not taking enough steps to prevent voter fraud.

The secretary of state is appealing the decision and says in a statement, in part says, "My office will do everything in its power to ensure that the state's 88 county boards of elections can continue to allow early voting to proceed uninterrupted and to assist them with their preparation to ensure a smooth election for the voters of Ohio.",2933,435744,00.html

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