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This time a paid registration gatherer tells potential voters not to mark Democrat on their registration. That they will not be paid to process the Democratic registrations. Thus reducing the number of Democrats likely to register by reducing their opportunity to register with that gatherer. Also how many instances have we found of Democratic registrations getting "lost"? Far too many

 Now who would benefit by Democrats thinking they are registered to vote when they really are not?

Steal Back Your Vote


It all seemed normal at first.

"It's your last hour to register to vote," the man said.

"Are you registering both parties?" our viewer asked.

The man said yes, but then the conversation took the same strange turn our viewer thought he'd heard in passing.

"Could you do me a favor?" the man asked. "Mark non-partisan on there. I'll get credit for it. I don't get credit for Democrats.

I am a Democrat," he continued. "So I still do Democrats if I have to, but I'm working for the Republican Party. I have to get two an hour and I don't get credit for Democrats."

There are legal boundaries which can be crossed when you pay someone to register voters.

According to Secretary of State Ross Miller it's a felony to compensate someone for registering if you compensate them based on the total number of voters they are registering.


I was amazed at the number of these I found on flickr under vote stealing:

New Sign Defies McCain Thief

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