Group claims $1,000 ACLU prize for finding voting fraud

In commentary, news by Bruce Kaskubar0 Comments

A Minnesota  mom voted absentee and at the polls on November 4, 2008. Her collegiate daughter voted for herself in school’s precinct on that November 4, too. In court, mom said she didn’t know daughter was voting at school and cast the absentee ballot on behalf of her daughter. Daughter said she’d never voted absentee in her life. Voter fraud? Clever defense? Minnesota Majority is claiming ACLU’s $1,000 prize for proof of need for photo ID in Minnesota. ACLU will decide if the case meets their criteria in April. The judge sided with mom’s explanation so expect ACLU to find an excuse similar to mom’s. I think the judge is an idiot. Absentee ballots are to be submitted by the named voter and a signed statement to that …