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Vote fraud is no phantom menace; it’s real


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editorial-not-a-phantom-menaceWashington Times:

Democrats argue that voter fraud is a phantom menace. Sensible safeguards for the integrity of elections, such as requiring the presentation of valid voter identification at the polls, are racist schemes to suppress turnout.


Election officials in Fairfax County, Virginia, and Montgomery County, Maryland, found it otherwise this week, uncovering 17 voters who cast ballots in both counties in the November 2012 elections. They did so by matching the names, dates of birth and Social Security numbers of these voters, reported Watchdog.org.


Brian Schoeneman, secretary of the Fairfax County Electoral Board, sent letters to county Commonwealth’s Attorney Ray Morrogh, Virginia Attorney General Mark R. Herring, U.S. Attorney Dana Boente and the Public Integrity Section of the U.S. Justice Department, outlining his evidence and requesting further investigation. Given his partisan record of avoiding investigation of voter-ID fraud from North Carolina to Texas, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. isn’t likely to do anything about it. That’s why it’s important for someone else to do it.Scissors-32x32.png

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