10 states seek to inhibit soldiers votes

August 26, 2010 05:49
10 states seek to inhibit soldiers votes

Ten states, Washington, D.C., and the Virgin Islands are all seeking waivers exempting them from complying with the new law — the Move Act — that requires all states to mail absentee ballots to overseas military voters 45 days before Election Day.


“It’s been very clear that some of these states were not going to be in compliance with the Move Act a long time ago,” said Eric Eversole, executive director of the Military Voter Protection Project. “And the Department of Justice, each step of the way, has simply not taken the actions to ensure that the Move Act would be implemented in each of the 50 states.”

The Obama Department of Justice seems to imply there will be no consequences to states that don’t make the effort to get soldiers votes counted.

See the FOXNews interview HERE

When you put this with the New Black Panther voter intimidation case where the DOJ did little about militant Black Panthers in military style uniforms and one holding a night stick blatantly intimidating voters you see a pattern of corruption in using the DOJ as another tool to win elections.

Don’t forget the Obama campaign also gave $800,000 to the supposed nonpartisan group ACORN for election help.


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