Driver's license data will be used to stop voter fraud

  • Article by: MARK BRUNSWICK , Star Tribune
  • Updated: October 18, 2008 - 12:06 AM

The Secretary of State's office just learned it has the info needed to weed out noncitizens who might try to vote.

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schmitty52Oct. 18, 08 6:49 AM

In the 2006 election, five noncitizens were later found to have voted. They were removed from voter registration rolls and three of the cases were referred to county attorneys for possible prosecution for intentional voting fraud, a felony.....These are serious questions, especially in light of recent election results which show that a just few votes can change the outcome of an election, the course of our country and the course of history.

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mahoneytOct. 18, 08 2:40 PM

need to be jailed immediately, then deported. No right to trial.

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jorge002Oct. 18, 08 6:46 PM

What about non-citizens who have no driver's license but use a student id for identification when they register to vote?? I have witnessed such individuals voting in my precinct. Isn't citizenship required to vote in our elections, or is this another law that Secretary of State Ritchie is confused about?

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webceltOct. 19, 0812:18 AM

How do you know these were non-citizens? And why didn't you turn them in? Illegal voting is a felony, and the US DOJ has focused on it the whole time Bush has been in office, so why aren't the jails full if it's as common as Republicans claim?

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