11/02/2004 06:50:00 AM|W|P|Minnesota Democrats Exposed|W|P|
"Moveon.org Inside Election Places"
In the first hour of voting, reports indicate that Moveon.org activists are inside polling locations distributing materials in violation of Minnesota election statutes that prohibit electioneering inside a polling place.
The statute states: No one except an election official or an individual who is waiting to register to vote shall stand within 100 feet of the entrance to a polling place. The entrance to a polling place is the doorway or point of entry leading into the room or area where voting is occurring (Minn. Stat. Sec. 204C.06 Subd.1)
Minnesota law also reads: (a) Representatives of the secretary of state’s office, the county auditor’s office, and the municipal or school district clerk’s office may be present at the polling place to observe election procedures. Except for these representatives, election judges, sergeants-at-arms, and challengers, an individual may remain inside the polling place during voting hours only while voting or registering to vote, providing proof of residence for in individual who is registering to vote, or assisting a handicap voter or a voter who is unable to read English (Minn. Stat. Sec. 204C.06 Subd.2)
Once again, an outside group is trying to taint Minnesota’s election process and clean election image. This story is developing. Update will be posted when more information becomes available.
Moveon.org operatives were reported to be in the following locations:
St. Paul W4 P16, Galtier School, 1317 Charles Avenue
SP W1 P8, Martin Luther King Center, 270 Kent Street
Roseville P8, Park View Center School, 701 County Road B W|W|P|109940708549510426|W|P|VOTER FRAUD ALERT!|W|Pfirstname.lastname@example.org/02/2004 06:04:00 AM|W|P|Minnesota Democrats Exposed|W|P|"State law doesn't require a person to know the person he or she is vouching for; it only requires that he or she know the person is a resident of the precinct they are trying to vote in, said Meighan Stone, a spokeswoman for America Coming Together, an anti-Bush get-out-the-vote nonprofit. 'So the lawyer kind of got the law wrong,' Stone said."
ACT IS WRONG!
This is the statue:
(4) having a voter who is registered to vote in the precinct sign an oath in the presence of the election judge vouching that the voter personally knows that the individual is a resident of the precinct. A voter who has been vouched for on election day may not sign a proof of residence oath vouching for any other individual on that election day.
|W|P|109940550535435016|W|P|VOTE FRAUD ALERT!|W|Pemail@example.com/01/2004 09:53:00 PM|W|P|Minnesota Democrats Exposed|W|P|This is being reported by Checks and Balances:
"We hear the Republican Party of Minnesota has obtained a taped conversation between a potential voter and someone organizing Get-Out-the-Vote for the DFL efforts in Duluth. We understand the caller identifies as a new Duluth resident lacking any utility bill or any corroborating information on their new residence. They ask for transportation to their polling place and someone to vouch for their residency. The DFLer agrees to provide both. Now the question is was this a set-up call, it is likely that it was, but does this have the appearance of a potential illegal action, maybe." Source: Checks and Balances, November 1, 2004
|W|P|109937520064228546|W|P|LET THE VOTE FRAUD BEGIN!|W|Pfirstname.lastname@example.org/01/2004 11:41:00 AM|W|P|Minnesota Democrats Exposed|W|P|John Bridell tried to ignore the cold morning air and his tired feet Monday as he hoisted John Kerry signs for the benefit of morning commuters exiting the freeway into downtown Minneapolis.
"The response in the city has just been great," said Bridell, a retired trial attorney. "I think we'll get enough votes here to offset the bible thumpers and flat earth society in the western part of the state."
Bridell and his son, David, were part of a large contingent of sign wavers deployed to busy intersections around the Twin Cities metro area by the state DFL and its massive get-out-the-vote operation. Source: Associated Press, November 1, 2004
|W|P|109933844774721071|W|P|DFL GOTV STRATEGY: "OFFSET THE BIBLE THUMPERS AND FLAT EARTH SOCIETY" |W|Pemail@example.com/01/2004 12:29:00 PM|W|P|Dawn|W|P|"I think we'll get enough votes here to offset the bible thumpers and flat earth society in the western part of the state."
And they wonder why they're looked upon with disdain....11/01/2004 09:13:00 PM|W|P|Bork Bork Cheese|W|P|Republican John Pappageorge: "If we do not suppress the Detroit vote we're going to have a tough time in this election cycle."11/01/2004 08:08:00 AM|W|P|Minnesota Democrats Exposed|W|P|
Tomorrow starting at 7:00 a.m., Minnesota Democrats Exposed will post up to the minute information on voter fraud incidents in Minnesota.
Please check back on Tuesday for updates.
|W|P|109932866631784490|W|P|MDE: EXPOSING DFL VOTER FRAUD ON TUESDAY |W|Pfirstname.lastname@example.org/01/2004 07:32:00 AM|W|P|Minnesota Democrats Exposed|W|P|One week after their only televised debate, a 5 Eyewitness News exclusive poll shows Rep. Kennedy and Mrs. Wetterling gaining strength. However, Kennedy is still well in front. The margin of error for this poll is +/- 5.3%.
Our survey of 357 "likely voters" in the 6th Congressional District shows Kennedy has 53-percent support with Wetterling at 36-percent. Eleven-percent are undecided. Source: KSTP, October 31, 2004
|W|P|109932322024407084|W|P|NEW POLL IN 6TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT: KENNEDY 53% - WETTERLING 36%|W|Pemail@example.com