If this is actually true (at this time, I am not prepared to believe the source), I cannot help but roll my eyes. The GOP are knee deep into pushing for voter ID cards because of voter fraud, yet their own candidate is potentially one of those fraudsters? You can't make this **** up. LOL
Republican presidential front-runner Mitt Romney has survived the heated GOP nominating contest so far without attracting significant attention to what may become a general election issue: allegations that he committed voter fraud in 2010.
In January 2010 the former Massachusetts governor proudly cast a ballot for Republican Scott Brown in the special election to replace the late Sen. Ted Kennedy. He didnít own property in the state at the time, and had registered to vote listing his sonís unfinished basement as his residence.
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