Election Fraud

How did Ron Paul lose Alaska?

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How did Ron Paul lose Alaska?

Paul’s ardent supporters here in the 49th state were on Wednesday casting a wide net, including allegations of polling impropriety, disenfranchisement and other shenanigans by Alaska Republican Party officials.

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Ron Paul says tornado victims should not get aid.

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Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul, appearing on CNN’s “State of the Union” Sunday, said victims of last week’s severe storms and tornadoes should not receive emergency financial aid from the federal government.

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Will this guy split the GOP vote? ‘Independent’ party is mysteriously funded, tied to Obama

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by Aaron Klein

Former Louisiana governor Charles “Buddy” Roemer has said he hopes to become the independent candidate to run for president as part of a group calling itself Americans Elect.

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1 in 8 voter records flawed.

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More than 24 million voter-registration records in the United States— about one in eight — are inaccurate, out-of-date or duplicates. Nearly 2.8 million people are registered in two or more states, and perhaps 1.8 million registered voters are dead.

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Ron Paul super PAC prepares effort to combat election fraud.

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Revolution PAC, a pro-Ron Paul super PAC, reported Tuesday that it is in the process of preparing an effort to combat election fraud in the upcoming elections. Revolution PAC’s actions are a direct result of reports of election fraud during Saturday’s Nevada Caucuses.

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Rush: ‘Asinine’ to think media won’t destroy nominee.

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When it comes to media attacks on the eventual Republican presidential nominee, radio giant Rush Limbaugh thinks it doesn’t matter who the GOP standard-bearer will be, because the onslaught will be tremendous.

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Obama eligibility challenges spread to 6 states

An administrative law judge in Georgia could decide as early as this week whether voters in the state convinced him Barack Obama’s name should be removed from the 2012 presidential ballot because he is not qualified to hold the office.

But win, lose or draw, the fight isn’t going to be over, as other cases are erupting across the nation, with challenges being raised anew even in Obama’s own adopted political network in Illinois.

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Judge orders Obama to courtroom in eligibility hearing

There’s a subpoena from a Georgia administrative court with Barack Obama’s name on it for him to be in Atlanta on Thursday, along with the documentation about his birth, to answer to challenges from residents of the state objecting to the presence of his name on the 2012 ballot.

They believe he’s simply not eligible under the Constitution’s requirement that a president be a “natural born citizen.” They say the Founders thought of that status as the offspring of two citizen parents, and Obama’s father was Kenyan. Or they say he wasn’t born in the U.S. They are legitimately allowed to raise those challenges under a state law.

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Obama’s former employer implicated in mass voter fraud

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With the 2012 elections just months away, the ACORN-connected group Project Vote (and Obama campaign ally) is redoubling its efforts to undermine the integrity of the 2012 elections – and they are evidently doing it with the participation of the Obama White House and the Department of Justice (DOJ).

In January, Judicial Watch obtained additional documents about meetings held between Estelle Rogers, Director of Advocacy for the ACORN organization Project Vote, and officials from the Obama White House and the DOJ.

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Romney ducks Gingrich at ham house

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GREENVILLE, S.C. — Mitt Romney made a quick, early stop at Tommy’s Ham House on Saturday morning, moving up his appearance to avoid overlapping with Newt Gingrich.

The two had accidentally double-booked the popular restaurant at 10:45 a.m. — Gingrich had called ahead to let the restaurant know he was coming, while Romney initially had not.

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