Twin Cities prosecutors look into allegations of illegal voting

  • Article by: KEVIN DIAZ , Star Tribune
  • Updated: July 12, 2010 - 9:30 PM
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dmay88Jul. 12, 10 5:41 PM

It is expected that the state government will vigorously investigate these issues and resolve them going into the election in November. To not do so smacks of bias.

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kleindropperJul. 12, 10 5:43 PM

How much did Franken "win" by and what do you think the ratio of felon voters for Franken are? Fire up the recount, it's not over!

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dmay88Jul. 12, 10 5:47 PM

MN Majority has identified enough fraudulent votes by felons in Hennepin and Ramsey counties alone to more than make up the vote spread. However, it is my belief that nothing can be done once the Senator was certified and seated. However, it is Mr. Ritchies responsibility to ensure fair and honest elections. Let's see how he handles this and the next election to ensure credibility.

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seenenoughJul. 12, 10 5:55 PM

More intensive article written at http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/07/12/felons-voting-illegally-franken-minnesota-study-finds/ The biased Star Tribune never reports the whole truth when it comes to democratic fraud. We need Photo ID for voting!!

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rlvandyJul. 12, 10 6:00 PM

...your ID to vote?? I guess then how will most DEM's get dead people's ID's??

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SupervonJul. 12, 10 6:01 PM

that those felons would vote Liberal? Who would have guessed it?

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KillshotJul. 12, 10 6:02 PM

Yes, shocked that any voting improprieties might have added a few tallies to Mr Franken's totals. The next thing you know, someone will actually bring up voter fraud! Mark Ritchie is fair and honest, ACORN is an upstanding institution, and Al Gore invented the Internet.

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flashpanhuntJul. 12, 10 6:08 PM

How is demanding photo ID going to stop probationers and parolees from voting? Felons are not identified as such on their ID cards.

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katnincJul. 12, 10 6:17 PM

Your right - we can't do anything about it - so why bother? Sure thing lib - how many trillions have been spent on the "war on poverty" - and you still have deadbeats. Let's use your "logic" and just stop. Sounds good to me...

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officertruthJul. 12, 10 6:23 PM

You cannot tell me that with the technology we have today, that we cannot put together a national database. You go into the polling place, you show your id, it immediately subtracts you from the rolls. If anyone tries to vote twice, it sets off alarm. If you are not registered, you cannot vote. Simple- but the pols want to keep this archaic process going so it can be manipulated.

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