Obama to Send Voter Observers to AZ to Crack Down on Poll Monitors

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Posted at the Gateway Pundit by Jim Hoft:

The Arizona GOP has uncovered hundreds, if not thousands, of bogus voter registrations by the far left SEIU group Mi Familia Vota.

In reviewing all early voting requests in Arizona at least 8,000 permanent early voter requests appear to be forged. This has local voters concerned.

In response to this, the Obama Justice Department is sending voter observers to crack down on the poll monitors in Arizona.
FOX News reported:

The Justice Department is sending a small pack of election observers to Arizona as Hispanic groups sound the alarm over an anti-illegal immigration group’s mass e-mail seeking to recruit Election Day volunteers to help block illegal immigrants from voting.

Hispanic voting rights groups say the e-mail is just an attempt to intimidate minority voters. But election fraud monitors say that there are hundreds of examples of duplicate registrations, wrong information and past unregistered voters getting ballots.

Voter fraud allegations have emerged just days before the midterm in many crucial battleground states across the country, including Nevada, Pennsylvania and Florida.

The Justice Department announced Friday it would deploy more than 400 federal observers to 30 jurisdictions in 18 states ahead of Tuesday’s election. But Arizona officials say the department had already committed to sending observers to their state.

The entire article can be found here.

The stated goal of many immigrant groups is to influence elections and determine government policies in their own favor:

Funny, I always thought that elections were the way that the Citizens of America voted to choose their representatives in Congress and the Executive branch. Boy, was I sadly mistaken.

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