Saturday, February 9, 2013

HUGE!! Ohio Democrat Poll worker admits she voted twice in 2012 election

Officials now investigating 19 cases of possible voter fraud in one Ohio County

From Channel9News WCPO "Poll worker accused of voter fraud":
The Hamilton County Board of Elections is investigating 19 possible cases of alleged voter fraud following months of investigation after the 2012 election.

Twenty-eight subpoenas have been issued as a result of the investigation, which includes 19 Hamilton County voters and nine witnesses who still need to answer questions to satisfy the board.

The board started with 80 suspicious cases and now are down to 19. Officials say the majority of the cases turned out to be simple misunderstandings.
Melowese Richardson, a Madisonville resident, first learned of the allegations when approached by 9 On Your Side reporter Tom McKee Wednesday. Even though she admits to voting twice in the last election, she said the news came as surprise.

"I would think that something this important would come to me first and that I wouldn't have to be enlightened about this through you," said Richardson.

According to county documents, Richardson's absentee ballot was accepted on Nov. 1, 2012 along with her signature. On Nov. 11, she told an official she also voted at a precinct...
Editor's comment - Move along... move along now... nothing to see here. There was no voter fraud against Mitt Romney in 2012. None whatsoever. To say otherwise is just conspiracy nonsense, don't you know. Move along now...


jgeleff said...
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jgeleff said...

I had the opportunity to commit voter fraud. In 2004, my wife passed away in July. We filled out an absentee ballot request for her a few weeks before, hoping she'd make it to the election. It arrived I think, some time in August. Do you know how easy it would have been to just fill it out and send it in? Really easy. But I refused to bastardize our system.

Eric Dondero said...

That's why you are a truly great American, and an even more of a wonderful human being.

Sorry for your loss Jerry. I can't imagine losing my wife.

Chris O. said...

Black talent on display.

Chris O. said...

Black talent on display.