Social-justice fraud: Count all the votes?

It is not WHO votes that counts, but who COUNTS the votes that count.


(from biggovernment.com) -- Why is This Woman Handing Out Absentee Ballots? The folks at Election Journal caught up with Isabel Melendez handing out absentee ballots in Lawrence, Massachusetts. She also helpfully explains how she can mark the ballot for the voter:

“My candidate is Martha ... so I can mark it.”

If one were trying to manufacturing fraudulent votes, absentee ballots would be a great place to start. In many cases stacks of these have been turned in at one time, making it impossible to verify that an individual voter submitted each ballot. This Boston Globe story reports that Isabel Melendez is a community activist in Lawrence. She ran for mayor of the city in 2001, losing out by just over 900 votes.

(from michellemalkin.com) --
Massachusetts Senate race: Voter Fraud watch. The deadline to apply for absentee ballots for the January 19, 2010 special election for U.S. Senate was Friday, January 15. More on Melendez: She’s a “community activist” in Lawrence who has run for public office before.

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