Monday, June 1, 2009

CT Dems: Serving up Election Fraud on a Silver Platter

So while our state faces at least a $7 billion deficit (which still boggles my mind that you can't agree on a deficit number- never known a lot of nuances in math), the Democrats on the state Government Administration and Elections Committee offered a bill that would allow Election Day Registration in our state- and open the door to unprecedented election fraud.

With a significant number of Democrats crossing over from the dark side to support democracy, the House still managed to pass a bill that would allow people to register to vote and vote on the same day. No time to check if the person is already registered. No time to check whether or not the person is forging their documents. No way to know if a person voted by absentee ballot and is lying about not being registered. And ultimately- the votes are counted.

Above is a video of Rep. Sean Williams (R-68) speaking against the bill- and in favor of preserving our democratic values here in Connecticut.

Representative Williams page can be seen at

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