by David Safier
It's an epidemic. People are voting fraudulently in Arizona in ones and twos! Nine cases discovered, said Ken Bennett in 2012. And it's all them damn illegal imm . . . Um, wait a minute, let me look at the article more closely.
Using an interstate database, Arizona officials have found nine new cases of people voting in more than one state in the 2008 presidential election, Secretary of State Ken Bennett said.
Nine cases of double-voting in 2008. Funny though, the article doesn't mention that any of them were undocumented. In fact,
Bennett said cases in which people vote more than once often involve those who split time between Arizona and other states and cast more than one mail-in ballot.
Scofflaw Snowbirds! That's the problem. An itty-bitty problem, but Bennett is on top of it.
[Bennett] said that although voter fraud is statistically rare in Arizona elections officials are on the lookout for it.
Ken had better talk to his buddy Tom Horne, who thinks the majority of voters who register using the federal voter registration form that doesn't require proof of citizenship aren't US citizens. I'm sure the AG will give us some solid evidence sometime soon, because he hasn't yet.
(h/t to Toby Stahl for posting the link on Facebook)