Working Families Party (ACORN) Voter Fraud

Via The Times Union:

Dozens of forged and fraudulent absentee ballots from people registered to vote on the Working Families Party line were filed in the Sept. 15 primary elections in Troy, the Times Union has learned.

Many of the questionable ballots were filed under the names of students and people who live in government-subsidized housing and other downtown areas. Still others were submitted on behalf of voters who were alleged to have signed the ballots earlier this month, but those people have not lived in New York state for at least a year, records show.

There may be as many as 50 absentee ballots that were forged, according to people close to the case. Countywide, there were 126 absentee ballots applied for on the Working Families Party line.

The one item not mentioned anywhere in the article – ACORN. There is no differentiating between the Working Families Party and ACORN – they are one and the same. Further, both are run directly by Bertha Lewis. Both endorsed and supported Obama.

Just so we’re clear – this is voter fraud – not voter registration fraud. These ballots were actually forged and cast.

Why should this concern us;


Missouri Secretary of State Robin Carnahan says that the number of absentee ballots has nearly doubled in the city since last presidential election, and is up substantially around Missouri.

  • 2006 – Four Acorn Missouri employees were indicted
  • 2008 – FBI launches national investigation into ACORN voter registration fraud, seeks evidence from Kansas City elections board
  • 2009 – Former organizer for ACORN pleaded guilty to federal charges for submitting fraudulent voter registrations in the St. Louis area

New Jersey

County clerks across New Jersey reported at least 23 percent more voters are expected to use absentee ballots in this presidential election compared to the 2004 race, in the latest indicator Tuesday’s contest will attract a record number of voters.


“Right now we have already processed more absentee ballots than we did for the last presidential election,” Dunlap said Thursday. A total of 156,000 absentee ballots were cast in the last presidential election.

“We are anticipating about 25 percent of the total turnout to be absentee” this year, Dunlap said.


A record 1.5 million Ohioans requested an absentee ballot.

I could go on……………..

Was our election any more accurate than Iran?


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