Necessary remedy addresses voter fraud
AZ Senate Bill 1003, sponsored by state Sen. Michele Reagan (R-Dist.23) is a concept worthy of support. During the last election, the early voting system was exploited by individuals and groups who systematically collected large numbers of ballots intended as mail-in votes.
Although verifying the legitimacy of voters should not be a partisan issue, such efforts are relentlessly attacked by Democrats. Many will be surprised to learn that Republicans agreed to have their hands tied in protesting voting violations via this 1981 Lawsuit and Consent Decree in the case Democratic National Committee v Republican National Committee. For an excellent overview, we urge you to acquaint yourself with Bob Unruh’s WND article in which he describes the impact of this case 30 years later. On March 8, 2012, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the District Court’s previous ruling. The case is currently pending before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Sen. Reagan’s bill would impose a Class 5 felony on anyone returning another voter’s early ballot to a polling place or appropriate elections official unless that person is a family member or residing in the same household as the voter. It specifically prohibits any paid or volunteer worker to return an early ballot in service of any political committee, group or organization. Penalties range from probation to 2½ years in DOC
Seeing Red AZ has been exposing voter fraud since 2010. The Arizona República, the statewide daily newspaper, characterizes any attempts to control this growing problem using the incendiary language of radical activist Randy Parraz, who refers to “voter suppression” — specifically Hispanic voter suppression — which tends Democrat. Although fraud is unmindful of ethnicity, that is not the case in eyes of liberals and their advocates whose intent is exploitation.
Dems stellar strategy to blunt voter fraud allegations — Dec. 12, 2012
Voter fraud exposé? Don’t look to AZ República — Aug. 25, 2012
República: Voter fraud? What voter fraud? — Aug. 21, 2012
Voter fraud? “We’re not the police” — March 13, 2012
Magical voters: The dead rise — May 21, 2012
Attempted voter fraud gets the treatment it deserves — Nov. 5, 2010
This shocking video details the complicit acquiescence of those who should be minding the store: