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GOP wins court round against voter fraud-friendly Ohio Sec. of State

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By Michelle Malkin  •  October 2, 2008 05:35 PM

I’ve been telling you to keep an eye on Ohio’s voter fraud-friendly Democrat Secretary of State, Jennifer Brunner. Good news: A judge in the Buckeye State is keeping an eye on her, too. And keeping her in check. The GOP just won a very significant court round against her:

Republicans have won a round with Democratic Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner in what’s turned into an ongoing dispute over voting procedures.

A unanimous Ohio Supreme Court on Thursday, Oct. 2, ordered Brunner to tell county boards of elections not to reject applications for absentee ballots because of an unmarked box next to next to a statement that the applicant is a qualified elector.

“No vital public purpose or public interest is served by rejecting electors’ applications for absentee ballots because of an unmarked check box next to a qualified-elector statement,” the Supreme Court decision said.

The absentee ballot applications in question were supplied by Republican presidential candidate John McCain’s campaign. Other application forms for absentee ballots don’t include the boxes.

Now, it’s time to turn up the heat on the early voting shenanigans and Homeless Ohioans for Obama registration drive and denial of access to GOP poll observers.

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