Thursday, May 24, 2012

More Voting By Aliens

And the hard work of exposing this crime is being done by the private sector, not U.S. Immigration and Custom Enforcement (ICE).  (h/t Election Law Center)  The Voter Integrity Project (VIP) is on the case and found over 500 persons who claimed when called to jury duty to be aliens have voted.

VIP Media Center May 15, 2012


Tuesday, May 15 at 9 AM, at the Wake County Board of Elections, Voter Integrity Project of NC (VIP-NC), a Raleigh-based grass roots organization, is challenging 553 Wake County registered voters who were excused from jury duty in the Wake County Court system by stating that they were not US citizens.

“It looks like about half of these self-confessed non-citizens actually voted at least once since 2008,” said Jay DeLancy, VIP-NC Executive Director, “and might be guilty of a felony in North Carolina.”

Of course, not all will be aliens, some, like John "Silky Pony" Edwards' daughter, Cate Edwards, used the alien line to get out of jury duty.  But the problem of alien voting remains.

Alien voters in Florida are now going to be discovered now that the Florida Department of Law Enforcement will run the suspected names against a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services database, presumably the Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements (SAVE) Program.  ICE, however, remains uninterested in arresting and prosecuting these alien voters.

Palm Beach Post  May 17, 2012
Florida Non-Citizen Voter List Will Be Vetted Against Homeland Security Database
TALLAHASSEE — State highway officials soon will begin vetting a list of 180,000 potential non-citizens who are registered to vote against a U.S. Department of Homeland Security database, The Palm Beach Post has learned.
This could resolve a sticking point between the state Division of Elections and elections supervisors for the state's 67 counties over the state's demand that supervisors start removing some of the names from their voter rolls.

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