Tuesday, October 12, 2004

Drilling a Hole Through the Bottom of the Barrel

If this is true, it's incredibly disheartening:
Employees of a private voter registration company allege that hundreds, perhaps thousands of voters who may think they are registered will be rudely surprised on election day. The company claims hundreds of registration forms were thrown in the trash.

Anyone who has recently registered or re-registered to vote outside a mall or grocery store or even government building may be affected.

The I-Team has obtained information about an alleged widespread pattern of potential registration fraud aimed at democrats. Thee focus of the story is a private registration company called Voters Outreach of America, AKA America Votes.

The out-of-state firm has been in Las Vegas for the past few months, registering voters. It employed up to 300 part-time workers and collected hundreds of registrations per day, but former employees of the company say that Voters Outreach of America only wanted Republican registrations.
I'm speechless. Can you get any lower than this? How do you combat this without returning evil with evil? I hope no one on the left stoops that low.

You're always gonna have some cretin who registers multiple times or registers dead folks, his cat, whatever. But on this scale? It's obscene.

I hope the relevant people are prosecuted one way or another.

(Via Josh Marshall)

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