Sunday, October 12, 2008

The standard response


Anytime ACORN quality control staff has identified a suspicious application, we have separated that application out and flagged it for election officials. We turn any suspicious applications to election officials separately, along with a cover sheet identifying the nature of the problem and an offer to provide election officials with the information they would need to pursue an investigation or prosecution of the individual. (Note that civic organizations are required by law to turn over ANY signed voter registration applications even when they are known to have problems). We immediately dismiss any employees we suspect of submitting fraudulent registrations.

Tis would be all well and good, and is likely true. But, the fraudulent applications that are being caught, are being caught by election commissions, not ACORN. Thus, this is a smoke screen for their obvious intentions.

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