Voter Fraud In Indiana – Stuffing the Ballot Boxes


My congressman, Tim Bishop, a Democrat, insists there is no voter fraud. It seems the be the party line. Having watched the local ACORN in action, I know that Tim Bishop is incorrect. Voter fraud exists and it’s rampant throughout the country.

The Chairman of the Indiana Democratic Party, Dan Parker, resigned at a time voter fraud is being investigated in his state, but he said that his resignation has nothing to do with the investigation.

It seems A 22 year old college student, Ryan Nees, uncovered possible fraud in the Indiana 2008 Presidential election.

Allegedly, as many as 150 of the names and signatures were faked and it raises questions about whether Obama’s campaign had enough legitimate signatures to qualify for a spot on the ballot.

Ryan Nees said, “What seems to have happened is that a variety of people in northern Indiana knew that this fraud occurred, and actively participated and perpetuated the fraud, and did so on behalf of two presidential campaigns.”

Signatures on petitions that place then-candidates Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton on the party’s primary ballot were allegedly forged and then certified by the St. Joseph County Voter Registration Office in South Bend.. Read more: Democratic Party Head Resigns After Allegations of Voter Fraud

Predictably, Media Matters claims Fox invented the fraud, because there is no voter fraud.

We have some evidence that gives lie to the Media Matters tale –

From Floyd Reports:…A former Democratic governor of Indiana says a petition to place Barack Obama on the state ballot during the 2008 Democratic presidential primary is not his, raising the question of voter fraud. Former Governor Joe Kernan, a Democrat, replied, “No, not at all,” when the South Bend (Indiana) Tribune asked if the signature, which helped qualify Obama for the ballot, belonged to him.

The newspaper reports it has spoken to at least 40 other people in St. Joseph County, Indiana, whose names erroneously appear on petitions for either Obama or his primary opponent, Hillary Clinton.

Indiana requires those running for statewide office to collect 4,500 signatures from registered voters, 500 from each congressional district, before their names may appear on the ballot for voters’ consideration.

Local newspapers have reported the names appear to be copied from signatures submitted for another statewide candidate that year…

And if Chairman Parker is innocent, why leave now? Why wouldn’t he want to stay and clear his name?