VIDEO: ACORNS Voter Fraud Continues – OHIO RESIDENTS NEED TO RECALL SECRETARY OF STATE

OHIO’S SECRETARY OF STATE, JENNIFER BRUNNER, Should be recalled from office by the residents of the State of Ohio. Not only is the Secretary of State aiding and abetting the ACORN voter fraud by her inaction, she has actually taken steps to assist in this Voter Fraud. Secretary of State Brunner actually prevented the Citizen’s of the State of Ohio from “watching” the early election process. Poll watchers are a regular part of the election process in America, poll watching is an additional security step in making sure that our elections are run fairly – there will be poll watchers on election day in November, however, none were allowed during the crooked register and vote activities that just concluded. See the Video below ……….

 

ACORN’S BOGUS RESPONSE

ADDITIONAL PROOF OF ACORN/OBAMA SUPPORTER VOTE FRAUD IN OHIO:

http://www.palestra.net/videos/play/17369 and http://www.palestra.net/videos/play/16859 , 

THE SECRETARY OF STATE EVEN PREVENTED OHIO CITIZENS’S FROM SERVING AS “POLL WATCHERS” OR OBSERVERS – THEY ARE ALLOWED ON ELECTION DAY – BUT NOT DURING THE BOGUS EARLY REGISTRATION AND VOTE DAYS:

 

 

BARACK OBAMA AND ACORN – HERE IS THE HISTORY

THE STATE OF NEVADA IS ON TO ACORN –

Voter Registration Fraud is Voter Fraud – In OHIO there were 90,000 ACORN registrations.

Ohio Homeless Shuttled To Polls – Voter Fraud Waiting To Happen

From The New York Post.com

CLEVELAND —  Volunteers supporting Barack Obama picked up hundreds of people at homeless shelters, soup kitchens and drug-rehab centers and drove them to a polling place yesterday on the last day that Ohioans could register and vote on the same day, almost no questions asked.

The huge effort by a pro-Obama group, Vote Today Ohio, takes advantage of a quirk in the state’s elections laws that allows people to register and cast ballots at the same time without having to prove residency.

Republicans have argued that the window could lead to widespread voter fraud because officials wouldn’t have an opportunity to verify registration information before ballots were cast.

Among the volunteers were Yori Stadlin and Vivian Lehrer of the Upper West Side, who got married last week and decided to spend their honeymoon shepherding voters to the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections.

Early today, Stadlin’s van picked up William Woods, 59, at the soup kitchen of the Bishop Cosgrove Center.

“I never voted before,” Woods said, because of a felony conviction that previously barred him from the polls. “Without this service, I would have had no way to get here.”

 

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