Asking if a voter lives at the the address he used to register is “voter intimidation”?

Only if the “voter” doesn’t live there, and voted unlawfully.


I’m going to have to take that as an admission of widespread voter fraud.

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One thought on “Asking if a voter lives at the the address he used to register is “voter intimidation”?”

  1. PerkinsCoie says it all, sounds more like Democratic intimidation of anyone wanting to investigate past elections to me!

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