Michigan voter registration fraud

And it’s NOT in Detroit!

Grand Rapids pair charged with voter registration fraud

Two Grand Rapids residents are facing more than a dozen years in prison for voter registration fraud.

Robin Anderson and Patty Beth Wallace face at least 14 years behind bars for felony forgery charges as they tried to meet voter registration quota for their employer.

They’ve admitted to a small number of false registrations submitted to meet quotas for the Community Voters Project, an ostensibly non-partisan organization working to register more black voters. In Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, dozens of CVP workers are suspected of election fraud, at least some of them because they’re ineligible to serve as a registrar because they’ve been convicted of a felony.

Oh. look at the pair in Grand Rapids:

Both Anderson and Wallace have criminal histories that could land them more time behind bars. In 2006 Anderson was convicted of delivery/manufacture of a controlled substance.

Wallace was convicted in 2005 of unemployment compensation fraud in Florida.

Here’s a bit of conversation with Anderson:

When asked if he had in fact registered a dead person, Anderson was evasive.

“You did not register a dead person?” Newschannel 3 asked.

“No, I am not going to say I didn’t until we can try to figure out what’s going on here,” Anderson said.

Actually, what they’re trying to figure out is if you registered a dead person, pal.

Also, here’s a video of a 15-year-old boy in Lansing who received a voter ID card in the mail. He claims that a registrar stopped him and collected his information, including his correct date of birth. When the paperwork was turned in, the DOB had been changed. There’s no record of the organization that signed him up.

It was probably John McCain himself that did it, that cheating crook.

Comments

  1. This same crap is happening here in Missouri. News just came out this week that:

    “More than a dozen Missouri counties have more registered voters on their rolls than they do voting age adults.”

    “Topping that list is St. Louis County — Missouri’s most heavily populated area.”

    In case you don’t live in MO, St. Louis County is overwhelmingly black and thus will overwhelming vote democrat.

    http://www.kansascity.com:80/news/breaking_news/story/864766.html

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