Sunday, October 26, 2008

Obama Spokeswoman in Ohio and a Dozen Staffers Caught Committing Voter Fraud

Why Prosecutor Ron O'Brien did you cut a deal with 13 out of state lawbreakers? They committed a crime. They infringed on every Ohioans Constitutional right to have their vote count. 13 illegal Obama votes negate 6 legal McCain votes. One of those could be yours. These Obamabots registered illegally then actually cast the votes. And all O'Brien had to say was "examine your conscience." Well, guess what, O'Brien? They did examine their conscience and decided it was A-okay to fraud the system for Obama. Where's your press conference, O'Brien? The one that puts voters who are thinking about voting illegally on notice that they will be searched out like the thieves that they are. Where is your press conference, Mr. O'Brien? The one where you warn all Ohioans that voter fraud will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Ohioans deserve a legal election!
New York Post
Thirteen campaign workers for Barack Obama yesterday yanked their voter registrations and ballots in Ohio after being warned by a prosecutor that temporary residents can't vote in the battleground state.

A dozen staffers - including Obama Ohio spokeswoman Olivia Alair and James Cadogan, who recently joined Team Obama - signed a form letter asking the Franklin County elections board to pull their names from the rolls.

The letter - a copy of which was obtained by, a Fox News affiliate - came a day after prosecutor Ron O'Brien publicly urged out-of-state campaign workers for both Obama and John McCain to "examine your conscience" before the elections board beings begins opening absentee ballots today.

Earlier in the week, O'Brien spoke with lawyers for both camps and urged them to make sure their staffs met permanent-residency rules, or face possible felony charges.

Also pulling his ballot yesterday was Hofstra University grad Jake Smith, an Obama volunteer who had voted in Knox County, Ohio.
On Thursday, O'Brien cut a deal with 13 out-of-staters, including four from New York, who tossed out their already-cast ballots and admitted they didn't meet residency requirements.