Fraud, voting rights groups will keep vigil at polls

  • Article by: JIM RAGSDALE , Star Tribune
  • Updated: November 5, 2012 - 12:14 AM

Volunteers, hot lines will be available to challenge questionable activities.

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capsule2Nov. 4, 12 9:47 PM

Gosh, there are going to be a TON of challenges. Afterall, there MUST be because of all the voter fraud there is. There is no way possible for this to be a valid election in Minnesota.

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sanddogsnarlNov. 4, 1211:07 PM

The largest frauds on Tuesday will be easy to spot. They'll be right there on the ballot, masquerading as proposed amendments to the Minnesota Constitution.

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crystalbayNov. 5, 1212:45 AM

Capsule2 - You are trying to be sarcastic, aren't you? I hope so, but need to point out that sarcasm doesn't translate well in the printed word!

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comment229Nov. 5, 12 3:53 AM

I favor the voter I.D. law. Get that? LAW, not amendment. Why would anybody vote for something that is not "worked out yet." As an independent, never in my life have I voted for the unknown, but some people seem bound and determined to get this thing passed, without knowing what the details are. Oh, and I'm talking about the proposed amendment as the unknown; not Romney whose promises are there, but his plans and specifics are MIA.

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cricketedNov. 5, 12 5:17 AM

how does the Tparty find so many gullible people? We need to get the fairness doctrine back this country is going backwards fast

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purlieuNov. 5, 12 6:02 AM

I'm not concerned about Minnesota, but do not want to see a President elected because of voter suppression like what's going on in Florida and Ohio already. Then we are becoming another dictatorship like Russia, Iran or North Korea. It's time to change our election laws to make it easier for people to vote, not harder. Waiting in line for several hours is wrong.

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owatonnabillNov. 5, 12 6:39 AM

This is hard to understand. Why the watchfulness when we all know that voter fraud just does not occur?

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rangesonNov. 5, 12 7:09 AM

Because they hope they can scare people away from the polls! There had better not be ONE person, from either side, who invades my space and watches me do anything, from the moment I pull in the parking lot. Pollwatchers should be sitting way off to the side, and not standing or wandering amongst the voters, period!

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turgidNov. 5, 12 7:54 AM

Everyone make sure to say hi to Archie Bunker when they head into the polls.

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jimdogNov. 5, 12 7:57 AM

In Florida they had a lawsuit to extend early voting hours because the lines were so long that people were not getting in to vote. The republica party oppossed the lawsuit. Every time they are the party trying to reduce turnout.

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