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    Re: Some North Carolina Residents Mailed Incorrect Voter Registration Information

    Quote Originally Posted by jmotivator View Post
    So what do you suppose the evil Overlord Koch Brothers master plan was in sending incorrect voter registration information to a dead two year old girl? Are they trying to suppress the voting rights of dead children?
    From the OP's article "It gives voters the wrong deadline for registration and directs them to the wrong state agency to sign up."

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    Re: Some North Carolina Residents Mailed Incorrect Voter Registration Information

    Quote Originally Posted by Grim17 View Post
    Let's see what becomes of this... The reason I don't jump on the voter fraud bandwagon is because it's out of character for a conservative group to do in the first place, especially one this high profile. This kind of crap is right in the liberal wheel house, not the conservative one. The other reason is how blatant the mistakes were... If this was some kind of attempt to pull an "ACORN", they did an incredably sloppy job.

    If there is something that's found that indicates they did in fact try and pull a fast one, I'll have no problem hammering them over it on this forum.
    "...The North Carolina Democratic Party filed a formal complaint yesterday, noting it is against the law to intentionally mislead people about voter registration and discourage them from voting. The complaint says Americans for Prosperity, backed by money from the oft criticized Koch brothers, sent incorrect and ‘suspicious’ mailers in other states. .....complainants note that incorrect information was sent to voters in West Virginia, and last year, Virginia voters received letters claiming that recipients hadn’t registered to vote and that they would “Tell their neighbors.” "
    Some North Carolina residents mailed incorrect voter registration information | abc11.com

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    Re: Some North Carolina Residents Mailed Incorrect Voter Registration Information

    Quote Originally Posted by Hard Truth View Post
    From the OP's article "It gives voters the wrong deadline for registration and directs them to the wrong state agency to sign up."
    How did 5000 new voters manage to sign up then?

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    Re: Some North Carolina Residents Mailed Incorrect Voter Registration Information

    Quote Originally Posted by Hard Truth View Post
    From the OP's article "It gives voters the wrong deadline for registration and directs them to the wrong state agency to sign up."
    Yes, it does. So for it to be willful voter suppression, what was the goal of distributing this error in a mass mailing? Who was the target?
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    Re: Some North Carolina Residents Mailed Incorrect Voter Registration Information

    Quote Originally Posted by Hard Truth View Post
    "...The North Carolina Democratic Party filed a formal complaint yesterday, noting it is against the law to intentionally mislead people about voter registration and discourage them from voting. The complaint says Americans for Prosperity, backed by money from the oft criticized Koch brothers, sent incorrect and ‘suspicious’ mailers in other states. .....complainants note that incorrect information was sent to voters in West Virginia, and last year, Virginia voters received letters claiming that recipients hadn’t registered to vote and that they would “Tell their neighbors.” "
    Some North Carolina residents mailed incorrect voter registration information | abc11.com
    The Democrats call the mailer "suspicious"... well, I'm sold. Lock'em up boys.
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    Re: Some North Carolina Residents Mailed Incorrect Voter Registration Information

    Quote Originally Posted by DocileLion View Post
    This is how the GOP does it: schemes to disenfranchise thousands of eligible voters to influence election outcomes, all while using distractions like "voter fraud" laws, which have nothing to do with influencing elections. Nobody can influence an election by not being required to have an ID. But you can influence elections by disenfranchising thousands of voters in a specific (Democratic) demographic, like Jeb Bush did in Florida in the 2000 election that imposed Bush on the country.

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    Re: Some North Carolina Residents Mailed Incorrect Voter Registration Information

    Quote Originally Posted by tres borrachos View Post
    How did 5000 new voters manage to sign up then?
    How many didn't due to this GOP/rightwing scheme? This is how the GOP does it: schemes to disenfranchise a demographic. And here you are, defending it.

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    Re: Some North Carolina Residents Mailed Incorrect Voter Registration Information

    Quote Originally Posted by FaceofBachmann View Post
    This is how the GOP does it: schemes to disenfranchise thousands of eligible voters to influence election outcomes, all while using distractions like "voter fraud" laws, which have nothing to do with influencing elections. Nobody can influence an election by not being required to have an ID. But you can influence elections by disenfranchising thousands of voters in a specific (Democratic) demographic, like Jeb Bush did in Florida in the 2000 election that imposed Bush on the country.

    Where in the article does it say this mailer went out to people in a Democratic demographic?

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    Re: Some North Carolina Residents Mailed Incorrect Voter Registration Information

    Quote Originally Posted by FaceofBachmann View Post
    How many didn't due to this GOP/rightwing scheme? This is how the GOP does it: schemes to disenfranchise a demographic. And here you are, defending it.
    This isn't the GOP. You may want to read the article. This is a grassroots group funded by the Koch brothers.

    Where in the article does it say this was a Democratic demographic? And how do you disenfranchise a deceased 2 year old girl exactly?

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