Thursday, July 15, 2010

Felons For Franken? An update on voter fraud in Minnesota

A new study confirms what many have suspected since the 2008 elections: Illegal voting practices may be responsible for Al Franken's election as Senator of Minnesota. The study by Minnesota Majority, a conservative watchdog, provides evidence that the election, in which Franken beat out then-incumbent Senator Norm Coleman, shows the election may have been decided by at least 341 convicted felons who voted illegally in the heavily Democratic Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul.
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For more on voter fraud issues, please check out my earlier post, Voter Fraud: The Risk is REAL.

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