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    ACORN Housing Corp. changed its name to Affordable Housing Centers ofAmerica Inc.

    State-level chapters that have incorporated as new nonprofi t corporations:Arkansas: Arkansas Community Organizations

    California: Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment (ACCE)

    Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island: New England United for JusticeDistrict of Columbia, Maryland: Communities United, Communities UnitedTraining and Education Fund

    Louisiana: A Community Voice

    Minnesota: Minnesota Neighborhoods Organizing for Change

    Missouri:Missourians Organizing for Reform & Empowerment (MORE)

    New York: New York Communities for Change

    Pennsylvania Neighborhoods for Social Justice (PNSJ) andPennsylvania Communities Organizing for Change (PCOC)

    Texas: Texas Organizing Project and Texas Organizing Project EducationFund

    Washington: Organization United for Reform (OUR) Washington

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    Obama Campaign Gears Up For Massive Voter Fraud

    July 7, 2012 By Kris Zane 47 Comments

    Charlie Rangel, flanked by high-level Democrats, recently strutted up to the microphone declaring himself the winner against Hispanic opponent Adrian Espaillat in the race for New York’s 15th Congressional District. At least until his opponent discovered that polling places were illegally asking voters for ID, were turning away pro-Espaillat voters, and even were reporting zero votes to suppress the counts.
    What a shocker: Charlie Rangel was involved in massive voter fraud and intimidation.
    No one is surprised, really. Far-Left “Progressive” (i.e., socialist) Democrats have been involved in these tactics for years. Like Obama, Rangel was endorsed by the Democratic Socialists of America in 1996. Like Obama, Rangel has deep ties to the unions and Alinsky (ACORN-style) groups that are the shock troops of voter fraud.

    Imagine if the tactics used in the Rangel/Espaillat race were used on a national scale. Where the entire Democratic National Committee (DNC), all the major unions, and all the “Progressive” groups were engaged in a massive voter fraud and voter intimidation campaign.
    Well, we don’t have to imagine it as this is what occurred in 2008 with Obama supporters during the Democratic Primary, as countless poll workers, Hillary Clinton supporters, and simple bystanders extensively reported.
    And the mainstream media did what they do best and ignored it.
    Now imagine all the previous groups banded together with the power of the Obama presidency, the power of the DOJ, the power of all aligned city governments, etc., involved in a repeat of what we witnessed in 2008.
    We will have an attack on our election process that makes the ballot stuffing and intimidation of 2008 look like child’s play.
    Do we think Eric Holder is running around the country blathering about the evil of voter ID laws because he cares about minority voters? Holder is nowhere to be found when Espaillat, a Hispanic, is calling foul.
    The Obama campaign and Eric Holder’s DOJ are gearing up for a tidal wave of voter fraud and intimidation that will drown this country with a corrupt election beyond resuscitation.
    Both Obama and Eric Holder need to be impeached before this can occur.
    Obama Campaign Gears up for Massive Voter Fraud

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    Minn. Lawmakers to Hire Law Firm in Voter ID Case

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Top Minnesota lawmakers have approved an $18,000 legal expense in a fight to preserve a constitutional amendment that would require voters to show a photo ID at the polls.

    The expense was approved Thursday on a divided voice vote by the Republican-led panel of senior House and Senate members. The taxpayer money will go to a private law firm that will seek to intervene in a lawsuit on the Legislature's behalf.

    A lawsuit filed weeks ago contends that the language of the November ballot question doesn't accurately describe what the amendment would do. Plaintiffs argue passage of the amendment could weaken their voting rights. Supporters of the amendment say it's meant to protect voter fraud.

    The Minnesota Supreme Court is scheduled to hear the case on July 17. - Minn. Lawmakers to Hire Law Firm in Voter ID Case

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    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- A federal judge has refused to stop Florida from removing potentially non-U.S. citizens from its voter rolls.
    The U.S. Department of Justice sued the state to halt the purge, arguing it was going on too close to a federal election.
    U.S. District Judge Robert Hinkle said Wednesday that there was nothing in federal voting laws that prevent the state from identifying non-U.S. citizens even if it comes less than 90 days before the Aug. 14 election.
    Hinkle ruled that federal laws are designed to block states from removing eligible voters close to an election. He said they are not designed to stop states from blocking voters who should have never been allowed to cast ballots in the first place.
    Gov. Rick Scott praised Hinkle's decision, saying "irreparable harm will result if non-citizens are allowed to vote."
    Judge Refuses To Block Florida Voter Purge

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    Voter Purge Efforts Likely to Spread After Florida Victory in Database Case

    Saturday, 14 Jul 2012 08:44 PM
    By Newsmax Wires

    Florida election officials will have access to a federal database to help purge its voter rolls of non-citizens under an agreement reached between state and federal officials and welcomed on Saturday by Florida's Republican governor. Florida and federal officials have been battling over access to the Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements (SAVE) database for several weeks. Florida filed a lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security to gain access to the database. The state was hit by a lawsuit from the U.S. Justice Department seeking to stop the purge.

    Now other states are expected to ask for access to the database so they too can check their rolls. Some state governments have sought access to the federal database for years. Federal officials told Washington state back in 2005 they saw no way to compare voters and the Homeland Security information.

    Colorado has sought the federal data for a year. The Centennial State, which has a Democratic governor but a Republican secretary of state, Scott Gessler, has identified about 5,000 registered voters that it wants to check against the federal information.

    Officials in the politically competitive states of Ohio, Michigan, New Mexico and Iowa — all led by GOP governors — are backing his efforts.

    Gessler said 430 registered voters have acknowledged being ineligible, but an "unenforceable honor system does not build confidence in our elections."

    Gessler also is seeking information from jails in 10 of the state's largest counties for persons held on "immigration detainers" since 2010, the Denver Post reported.
    Justice Department officials have said the database is not a comprehensive listing of citizens and that state officials failed to hand over key information to cross-reference the listing.
    "We've already confirmed that non-citizens have voted in past elections here in Florida," Gov. Rick Scott, who has spearheaded the purge effort, said in a statement welcoming the agreement.
    "Now that we have the cooperation of the Department of Homeland Security, our state can use the most accurate citizenship database in the nation to protect the integrity of Florida's election process.

    Scott's attempts to purge the voters' list is popular in Florida. A Tampa Bay Times/Miami Herald/Bay News poll released on Saturday showed 54 percent of Floridians in favor with 35 percent against. Republicans supported the measure by 80 percent to 13 percent.
    Florida state officials have said they are examining a list of nearly 180,000 possible non-citizens and have forwarded the names of nearly 2,700 registered voters to local election officials seeking confirmation of their citizenship status.
    Supporters of the purge say it aims to protect the integrity of voter rolls. Critics say the effort relies on faulty information and risks disenfranchising legitimate voters.

    "No matter what database Florida has access to, purging voters from the rolls using faulty criteria on the eve of an election could prevent thousands of eligible voters from exercising their rights," said Jonathan Brater, a lawyer with the Brennan Center for Justice at the New York University School of Law. "Florida must use a more transparent and accurate process, and must leave enough time for voters targeted for removal to be notified and correct errors," he said.
    The agreement was signaled in a July 9 letter sent by Alejandro Mayorkas, director of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, to Florida Secretary of State Ken Detzner.
    The letter informed Detzner that the database would become available to state election officials once a memorandum of understanding is agreed to by both parties over its use.
    Detzner applauded the agency's decision in a letter to local election supervisors on Saturday.
    "Florida voters are counting on their state and federal governments to cooperate in a way that ensures elections are fair, beginning with ensuring the voter rolls are current and accurate," Detzner said.
    "We now have a commitment to cooperate from DHS and we look forward to a partnership that improves the integrity of our election process."
    The agreement to grant Florida access comes just over two weeks after a federal judge in Tallahassee rejected a request by the Justice Department to prevent the state from proceeding with its voter purge.
    U.S. District Judge Robert Hinkle said his ruling was based in part on assurances from Florida election officials that they would not forward any more names to county elections supervisors based on the previous list of 180,000 people.
    That list was drawn from drivers' license and voter registration records and had proven to be inaccurate.

    Read more on Voter Purge Efforts Likely to Spread After Florida Victory in Database Case

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    Who is Behind the Voter Participation Center?

    26 Jul

    The Voter Participation Center is a project of the parent organization, Women’s Voices Women Vote. Page Gardener is paid handsomely, $190,000 per year to run this organization that sends pseudo voter registration forms to cats, dogs, felons, illegals, gerbils and the deceased, according to their IRS Form 990.

    Source: Guide Star

    So who else is on this ‘non-partisan’ board of directors?
    First off is John Podesta, the former Clinton White House Chief of Staff and one of the founders of George Soros’ Center for American Progress.
    Yeah. That SCREAMS non-partisan.
    How about this board member? Avis Jones-DeWeever, Executive Director of the National Council of .... Really? I thought that the NAACP name was bad enough, but apparently in some contexts the use of the terms ‘Colored People’ and ‘Negro’ are perfectly acceptable within the left wing community.
    They’ve got an app for that, I guess.
    How about William McNary? Have you heard of him? I hadn’t.

    William McNary is the President of USAction, the largest network of...McNary is also Co-Executive Director of Citizen Action/Illinois. The Illinois affiliate of USAction; CitizenAction/Illinois is the state’s largest consumer watchdog group working on an ambitious agenda, which includes health care reform, environmental safety, utility reform, public education funding and campaign finance reform. For twelve years he served as the Legislative Director for the state’s largest public interest organization.
    How about this other non partisan board member, Mimi Mager?

    Mimi Mager
    Mimi Mager contributes over 20 years of experience in public servic...
    Mager joined the firm in 1995 and became a principal in 1997. Before coming to the firm, Mager served four years as Director of Congressional and Federal Affairs for Mayor Sharon Pratt Kelly of the District of Columbia. During her tenure, the District achieved a historic increase in the federal payment, an unprecedented emergency supplemental appropriation, and a reversal of the congressional-imposed prohibition on the use of District funds to provide abortions for low-income women.
    From 1987 to 1990, Mager worked for the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, where she designed and implemented the grassroots legislative campaigns that culminated in the enactment of the Civil Rights restoration Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, the Fair Housing Act Amendments, the American Disabilities Act and the defeat of the nomination of Judge Robert Bork to the Supreme Court
    How about Chris Dresser? Actually, her bio in unintelligible, but here it is.

    Claire Silberman is also on the board. She a NY Yenta who donates big dough to Democrats that are too numerous to screen capture. Just go here for a sense of it.
    So there’s your non partisan Voter Participation Center/ Women’s Voices Women Vote.
    Oh and just one other thing.
    Nobody on the board but Page Gardner gets paid to push out these phony voter registration forms to goldfish and iguanas. She’s the plantation owner and the board appears to be immunerated with the same false promises that they’ve always fallen for.
    So there you have it. Women’s Voices Women Vote/Voter Participation Center is a non-partisan group and I just proved it.

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    Soros Election-Rigging Scheme Collapses

    A George Soros-backed scheme that paved the way for Al Franken’s 2008 theft of a U.S. Senate seat has collapsed months ahead of the critical November elections. Rumors of the death of the Secretary of State Project had been circulating for months. Michael Kieschnick, co-founder of the Secretary of State Project, confirmed that his group has shut down in an interview at the recent “Take Back the American Dream” conference in Washington, D.C.
    Although the so-called 527 political committee “still exists” on paper, “2010 was terrible so we’ve switched our efforts,” said Michael Kieschnick wearing a tee shirt reading “ORGANIZER” in block capital letters. Section 527 of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code allows the group to accept unlimited financial contributions.

    The idea behind the Secretary of State Project was that in most states the secretary of state runs elections and that a relative pittance can help swing these little-watched state contests, allowing even small donors to play a big role in installing a powerful state official who can tilt the playing field in favor of Democrats.

    The writing had been on the wall for the Secretary of State Project. The group’s website,, is currently offline after vanishing from the Internet in July of last year. Its Facebook page, YouTube channel, and Twitter account hadn’t been updated since 2010. The group hadn’t endorsed any candidates for the 2012 election cycle and its most recent IRS filings show almost no financial activity since the 2010 election cycle.
    The Secretary of State Project’s signature achievement was helping to elect the unethical Saul Alinsky-inspired community organizer Mark Ritchie. Ritchie is the radical, ACORN-loving Minnesota secretary of state who orchestrated Al Franken’s theft of incumbent Republican Norm Coleman’s U.S. Senate seat in the 2008 election cycle. Before that Ritchie was president of the Minneapolis-based Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy. In 2000 he supported Ralph Nader’s candidacy for president.
    Soros and progressives all across the fruited plain believe with a religious fervor that right-leaning secretaries of state helped the GOP supposedly steal the presidential elections in Florida in 2000 (Katherine Harris) and in Ohio in 2004 (Ken Blackwell).
    The SoS Project endorsed secretary of state candidates who took the position that voter fraud is a myth; that voter suppression is widely and solely used by Republicans; that it’s a waste of time to remove obviously fraudulent names from voter rolls; and that legal requirements that voters show photo identification somehow discriminate against racial minorities.

    Soros Election-Rigging Scheme Collapses | FrontPage Magazine

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    Federal Court: Obama Appointees Interfered With Prosecution in New Black Panther Voter Intimidation Case

    (Source: YouTube)

    A federal court in Washington, D.C., ruled last week that a number of President Obama’s political appointees within the U.S. Department of Justice did in fact interfere with the prosecution of two New Black Panther party members who were videotaped holding a night stick and intimidating voters outside a Philadelphia voting station back in 2008.
    Thus far, both Attorney General Eric Holder and the Justice Department have denied the involvement of political leadership in the case, something that is now being called into question.
    The conservative legal watchdog group Judicial Watch previously sued the DOJ in federal court regarding Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests pertaining to information surrounding the New Black Panthers case. As a result of the lawsuit, the group was able to obtain a number of withheld documents and are now suing the DOJ for attorney’s fees, the Washington Examiner reports. More importantly, as a result of their motion, a federal judge ruled against the DOJ.
    The Washington Examiner has more:
    Obama’s DOJ had claimed Judicial Watch was not entitled to attorney’s fees since “none of the records produced in this litigation evidenced any political interference whatsoever in” how the DOJ handled the New Black Panther Party case. But United States District Court Judge Reggie Walton disagreed. Citing a “series of emails” between Obama political appointees and career Justice lawyers, Walton writes:
    “The documents reveal that political appointees within DOJ were conferring about the status and resolution of the New Black Panther Party case in the days preceding the DOJ’s dismissal of claims in that case, which would appear to contradict Assistant Attorney General Perez’s testimony that political leadership was not involved in that decision. Surely the public has an interest in documents that cast doubt on the accuracy of government officials’ representations regarding the possible politicization of agency decision-making.”

    “In sum, the Court concludes that three of the four fee entitlement factors weigh in favor of awarding fees to Judicial Watch. Therefore, Judicial Watch is both eligible and entitled to fees and costs, and the Court must now consider the reasonableness of Judicial Watch’s requested award.”
    “The Court’s decision is another piece of evidence showing the Obama Justice Department is run by individuals who have a problem telling the truth,” Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said in a statement. “The decision shows that we can’t trust the Obama Justice Department to fairly administer our nation’s voting and election laws.”
    Following a brief investigation into the 2008 New Black Panthers Case, the Department of Justice filed charges. However, the Panthers didn’t respond and a federal court in Philadelphia entered a “default” against all the defendants.
    Enter Obama.
    Shortly after he became president, the DOJ quickly backpedaled and the charges against three of the New Black Panther party members were dropped and a fourth was let off with a restraining order.
    Watch the video of the New Black Panther party members holding a billy club and intimidating voters outside Philadelphia polling station here:

    Federal Court: Obama Appointees May Have Interfered With Prosecution in New Black Panther Voter Intimidation Case | Video |

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