We’re up to part four, and we haven’t even hit November yet. You may want to look back at the previous posts in this series, since I went back and updated all of them multiple times before moving on to the next entry… so you may not have seen everything in there.
Kansas: The issue of voter fraud, Kris Kobach (R) claims is widespread, was debated between the candidates for Secretary of State. It’s an important issue, given that the Secretary of State is the one who validates the election results for the state (which is why the George Soros-funded Secretary of State Project has been trying to get as many fraud-friendly Democrats into those offices nationwide as possible).
Maryland: Union members were threatened with punishment if they didn’t campaign for Democrats and work Election Day polls.
Massachusetts: Several types of voter fraud are being observed (H/T: HillBuzz); much of it benefiting state Attorney General Martha Coakley (D), the same woman who was trounced by Scott Brown for the seat formerly held by Ted Kennedy.
Minnesota: Anti-fraud groups sued over the ban on wearing “Please I.D. Me” buttons into polling places, given that “these buttons are not about any specific political candidate, party or ballot question” and therefore the ban “is outside state law and a clear violation of our First Amendment rights under the United States Constitution.”
Missouri: In fifteen counties there are more registered voters than there are people eighteen and older, according to the Census. (That’s up from 2008, when there were only twelve counties with greater than 100% voter registration.)