NJ--worried about absentee voter fraud in tomorrows race--ACORN again!

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    The race for governor in New Jersey is so close in final polls that it may well end up in a recount -- the 1981 election did and was decided by less than 1,800 votes. If there is a recount, you can bet disputes about absentee ballots will loom large. Moreover, if serious allegations of fraud emerge, you can also expect less-than-vigorous investigation by the Obama Justice Department -- which showed just how seriously it takes such allegations when it walked away from an open-and-shut voter intimidation case against the New Black Panther Party in Philadelphia earlier this year.

    Plenty of reasons exist for suspecting absentee fraud may play a significant role in tomorrow's Garden State contests. Groups associated with Acorn in neighboring Pennsylvania and New York appear to have moved into the state. An independent candidate for mayor in Camden has already leveled charges that voter fraud is occurring in his city. Meanwhile, the Democratic Party in New Jersey is taking advantage of a new loosely written vote-by-mail law to pressure county clerks not to vigorously use signature checks to evaluate the authenticity of absentee ballots, the only verification procedure allowed.

    The state has received a flood of 180,000 absentee ballot requests. On some 3,000 forms the signature doesn't match the one on file with county clerks. Yet citing concerns that voters would be disenfranchised, Democratic Party lawyer Paul Josephson wrote New Jersey's secretary of state asking her "to instruct County Clerks not to deny applications on the basis of signature comparison alone." Mr. Josephson maintained that county clerks "may be overworked and are likely not trained in handwriting analysis" and insisted that voters with suspect applications should be allowed to cast provisional ballots. Those ballots, of course, would then provide a pool of votes that would be subject to litigation in any recount, with the occupant of New Jersey's highest office determined by Florida 2000-style scrutiny of ballot applications

    For more go to:

    Chris Christie's Next Case: Who Stole My Election? - WSJ.com


    I don't think the American populace is going to tolerate ACORN anymore. They are currently under investigation for voter fraud & voter registration fraud in 17 different states. Let alone the recent scandels--caught on video with them telling people how to manage a prostitution ring & avoid federal income taxes.
     
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    Voter Fraud is Corzine's Greatest Hope and it's gotta suck living in a state with the highest taxes because Dems keep using the non-living to hold power.
     
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    Yes this Election could be stolen like the Minnesota Senate Election was stolen. Al Franken did not win that Election in Minnesota and i'm sure Corzine's only chance in this one is for him to steal it. Look for some very shady stuff in New Jersey tomorrow.
     
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    An Acorn member has NEVER been convicted of voter fraud ever! Its the whining from the losers that's pitiful!
     
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    No election was ever stolen. Congratulations to senator Franken!
     
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    Senator franken... yeah... might as well elect mickey fucking mouse... good God you liberals are a fucking STUPID bunch of ass clowns.
     
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    Corzine is horrible, but watch, 'somehow' he will be re-elected.
     
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    You're probably right Xeno. He'll win by a tad, there'll be a recount, but they'll find even more votes for him when they do that.

    All while his opponent had a decisive lead on him in the polls.
     
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    Yeah you bet--:lol::lol:

    $Acorn.jpg
     
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    This is a typical Democrat modus operandi. Acorn is a foul excuse for an organization and the people will make that known soon enough. The sad thing is in New Jersey, my home State, the people are the ones who are suffering under the utter incompetence of Corzine and his buffoons.
     
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