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Monday, February 09, 2009

Ann Coulter Under Investigation For Voter Fraud

Ann, the rules are pretty simple. You register in your state of residence, then you vote in that state. If you have established residence in several states, you have to pick one. If you are not there on voting day, you can receive a mail-in. Vote early! You can not, however, just vote where ever you are at the moment. btw, Conneticut is an entirely separate state from New York.

The Huffington Post
Rachel Weiner
February 8, 2009

The New York Daily News reports that Ann Coulter is under investigation by the Connecticut Elections Enforcement Commission for allegedly voting in that state while registered to vote in New York City.

Officials are responding to a formal complaint filed by Coulterwatch.com blogger Dan Borchers. "For over 10 years, Ann Coulter has gotten away with illegal, immoral and unethical behavior, ranging from plagiarism to defamation, perjury to voter fraud," claims the conservative Borchers. Coulter declined to comment, but in the past has branded Borchers a stalker. He says the FBI has determined he poses no threat.

Coulter was investigated and cleared of wrongdoing in 2006 for allegedly violating Florida's voter registration laws by voting in the wrong precinct.

Brad Friedman of BradBlog.com reports that Coulter was never actually cleared but rather that the case was dropped by the Florida Election Commission after deciding that the two-year statute of limitations had run out.

She's been through this before, it's not like it's a surprise. Or you would think.

An official previously told the Daily News that they would investigate "if we received a complaint under oath." Read more about Daniel Borchers, who filed the complaint, here.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

In Florida, along with the voter fraud issue, she also put a false address on her Florida driver's license application, and she was not entitled to even have a Florida driver's license either.