KYW in Philly reports that the left-wing, government-subsidized group ACORN once again faces allegations of voter fraud:
Philadelphia elections officials are accusing the nonprofit advocacy group “Acorn” of filing fraudulent voter registrations in advance of the April 22nd Pennsylvania primary.
Acorn, which advocates on behalf of low-income residents in the city, has mounted a voter registration drive in the past few months. But city election commissioners are complaining that many of the submitted registrations appear to be faulty, and they have forwarded the matter to the district attorney’s office for further investigation.
Krista Holub, Acorn’s political director in Pennsylvania, promised the elections officials that her group will cooperate:
“We’re very committed to helping low- to moderate-income people across the state get registered to vote. And we’re here to work closely with the board of elections to make sure that everyone we’re helping to apply gets on the rolls.”
The city officials say many of the addresses listed on the registrations are invalid, but Acorn blames the post office for not adequately servicing low-income communities.
That’s rich. It’s all the post office’s fault!
Last October, three elections hoaxers who worked for the far Left group ACORN pleaded guilty in Seattle for their role in the biggest election fraud scheme in Washington state history. It’s the same ACORN tied to massive voter fraud in Missouri. And Ohio. And 12 other states.
You think anyone has the guts to pull them off the government teat?
As I noted twice in January, the Dems are pushing to pour more money into ACORN’s coffers under the guise of the economic stimulus expansion. In other words: more Washington investment in voter fraud.
If you subsidize it, you get more of it.
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