Republican voter fraud

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    Florida elections officials said Friday that at least 10 counties have identified suspicious and possibly fraudulent voter registration forms turned in by a firm working for the Republican Party of Florida, which has filed an election fraud complaint with the state Division of Elections against its one-time consultant.

    The controversy in Florida - which began with possibly fraudulent forms that first cropped up in Palm Beach County - has engulfed the Republican National Committee, which admitted Thursday that it urged state parties in seven swing states to hire the firm, Strategic Allied Consulting.

    The RNC paid the company at least $3.1 million - routed through the state parties of Florida, Nevada, Colorado, North Carolina and Virginia - to register voters and run get-out-the-vote operations. Wisconsin and Ohio had not yet paid the firm for get-out-the-vote operations it was contracted to do.

    10 Florida counties question voter forms - SFGate
     
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    Oh look! Another leftwing manufactured crisis!!!!
     
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    Republicans have fired the firm they had employed to register voters in battleground states.

    After Florida election officials said they received faulty voter-registration forms, the Republican National Committee said it had severed ties with Strategic Allied Consulting, a voter-registration firm that was handling GOP registration efforts in Colorado, Florida, Nevada, North Carolina, and Virginia – all key swing states in the presidential election.

    Republicans Fire Their Voter-Registration Firm After Officials Question Forms - ABC News
     
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    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rdk55dLsFhc]Safeway voter registration 1 - YouTube[/ame]
     
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    Now I trust we can dispense with the objections to voter ID. Excellent!
     
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    Why? Because Republican operatives are turning in phony voter registrations? That's what ACORN was accused of doing.
     
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    Well then it's obviously a problem, thus the article and the posts. The solution is clear, voter ID in all 57 states!
     
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    Republicans have only won the popular presidential vote one time in the last 20 years.....2004.

    So the only way Republicans can win is for the Supreme Court to change the rules on campaign contributions, allowing billionaire donors to give hundreds of millions of dollars to Romney's campaign, and then have the states illegally block people's right to vote.
     
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    So voter fraud is a problem. Why yes, yes it is. It's silly for anyone to say it isn't.
     

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