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    Illegal Alien Issue Added to Supreme Court Voter ID Case

    Illegal Alien Issue Added to Supreme Court Voter ID Case
    Monday, 10 December 2007

    Non-profit Group's Amicus Brief Asks Court to Consider Election Fraud by Non-Citizens in Crawford vs. Marion County Elections Board.
    Download full brief in pdf format ( http://www.americanunity.org/Amicus%20b ... merits.pdf )

    Warrenton, VA -The American Unity Legal Defense Fund (AULDF) filed an Amicus Curiae brief today in the Crawford vs. Marion County Elections Board case now pending before the U.S. Supreme Court. The case centers on the State of Indiana's attempts to protect its election day operations by requiring voters to show photo identification at the polls.

    AULDF's brief, in support of Indiana's voter identification law, supports the state’s position by specifically asking the Court to consider the danger of non-citizens casting ballots. The Amicus brief states: "Cases and reports over many years indicate that non-citizens have voted illegally across the country."

    Opponents to the Indiana law who have filed Amici briefs include the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, the ACLU, the Indiana Democratic Party, and the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF). They claim: "... mandating that those seeking to vote in-person produce a government issued photo identification violates the First and Fourteenth Amendments to the United States Constitution." Further, they argue that "in-person voter impersonation fraud" - which they contend is the only problem addressed by the statute in question - "does not exist."

    Yet AULDF uncovered several instances of clear, documented "in-person voter impersonation fraud" in the first city it examined. Numerous other voter frauds were also detected which could have resulted in voter impersonation frauds.Some included forgery. But others included changes in existing registration data, a pattern which has been repeated across the country. These trends, contend AULDF, could have easily led to voter impersonation fraud.

    AULDF asserts that opponents to the Indiana law have failed to recognize the value of voter identification procedures in stopping actual and potential voter impersonations.

    AULDF points out that illegal aliens increasingly perpetrate registration fraud. “[T]he lack of immigration law enforcement is significant," and that the threat of non-citizens impacting the election process is growing. For "illegal immigrants, voting records have a substantial value as evidence of employment eligibility."

    More importantly, asserts AULDF, recent political efforts have given illegal immigrants a non-economic incentive to participate in election-related activities: to increase political “clout
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    Opponents to the Indiana law who have filed Amici briefs include the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, the ACLU, the Indiana Democratic Party, and the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF).
    Can't understand why they'd object to that
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    In many-many cases, voter fraud will not be detected, unless the actual voter shows up to vote, a ballot has already been cast(in person or absentee) and that voter complains.

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    Further "proof" of voter fraud: the democratic and republican Spanish presidential debates.

    He that is good for making excuses is seldom good for anything else.
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    This will be a very special ruling indeed. Hope they provide adaquate proof of voter fraud, that will be crucial.
    We have to show a legal ID to board an airplane to prove we are who we say we are.
    Of all situations, voters should have to prove they are who they say they are.
    Maintaining integrity of our voting system should be high priority in our country.
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