Thursday, May 10, 2007
The DoJ brought allegations of voting fraud right before the 2004 election - overblown and came after Republicans purged thousands of citizens from the voting rolls in 2000. It appears that six fraud voter registrations were turned in by a progressive group in Missouri. (These would have not been used to vote but ensured the paid registrars would retain their jobs and possibly increase their pay.) Meanwhile GOP government officials have not apologized for illegally removing tens of thousands people from the voting rolls in several states, including Texas, and Congress says thousands of sworn affidavits from citizens on how they voted differing from election totals is not enough evidence to hold hearings.