Lawless liberals trying to STEAL the election and win it for Obama by any means necessary.
Wake up people! Stop SOETORO now! Before it is too late!
Wesley P. Hester
Published: July 25, 2012
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's campaign is
asking Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli to launch an investigation into
voter-registration forms that are being sent to Virginia residents and
addressed to deceased relatives, children, family pets and others
ineligible to vote.
The errant mailings from the Washington-based nonprofit group Voter
Participation Center have befuddled many Virginia residents, leading to
hundreds of complaints.
The organization has been mass-mailing the forms — pre-populated with
key information such as names and addresses — to primarily
Democratic-leaning voting blocs such as young adults, unmarried women,
African-Americans and Latinos.
In a letter to Cuccinelli's office and the State Board of Elections,
Kathryn Bieber, an attorney for the Romney campaign, calls for an
investigation into the matter by law-enforcement officials, claiming
that the mailings appear to violate "at least one and maybe several
Virginia laws aimed at ensuring a fair election."
Bieber refers to the mailings as "tactics that amount to, or at the
very least induce, voter registration fraud," and says the issue
"presents a very significant risk to the proper administration of the
upcoming general election."
Citing a Sunday Richmond Times-Dispatch story that brought the
mailings to light, the letter also asks the State Board of Elections to
require registrars to reject all pre-populated voter registration
applications from the group and review the eligibility of all Virginians
who have registered in the past two months.
"This is the only way for voters and other interested parties to
regain confidence in the voter registration and electoral process that
has been abused by the Voter Participation Center," the letter says.
Page Gardner, president and CEO of the Voter Participation Center,
said the organization mailed nearly 200,000 third-party registration
forms to Virginia addresses in June, which resulted in 15,026 new voters
being registered as of July 18.
On Monday, the Voter Participation Center responded to the Sunday
Times-Dispatch story, stating in a letter on its website that
"imperfections in the VPC vendors' lists — while regrettable and
unfortunate — should not be the reason or the excuse to call an entire
process that is working into question."
Justin Riemer, the State Board of Elections' deputy secretary, said
forms have been sent by the group to deceased infants, out-of-state
family members, and non-U.S. citizens, among others.
In a letter this month, the State Board of Elections asked the group
to cease pre-populating their forms and raised questions about how the
group was obtaining lists of registered voters, citing the errant forms.
Riemer noted that pre-populating the forms violates rules set forth
in the state code and the Virginia Constitution requiring that voters
fill out their own forms.
The State Board of Elections had not received the letter from the
Romney campaign Tuesday afternoon and declined to comment on the
No comment was immediately available from Cuccinelli's office.
Asked for comment on the Romney campaign's letter, the Voter
Participation Center issued a statement noting that their forms are
official applications, not registration cards.
they were approved before we sent them out by the State Board of
Elections and are the same applications that anyone can access at a
local government office or on the internet," the statement read. "Our
process is legal and working."
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