Democrat Voter Fraud in Minnesota – What most people would call voter fraud is actually legal in Minnesota elections.
Self-Certification in Minnesota:
“In all cases, you can still vote in Minnesota by self-certifying to the election judge that you are eligible to vote. Nothing more is needed, just your statement. For instance, if the election judge knows that you are ineligible to vote because he personally knows that you just got out of prison and that you are on parole, you can still vote by self-certifying. Even if the poll roster has a notation that the state has found you ineligible, you can vote. Just tell the election judge you want a ballot.”
Same as New Hampshire. Just fill out an affidavit and your vote counts. No Identification needed. Just your word. And any documents involved are non-public.
Minnesota Same-Day Registration:
“Same day registration. This is where the majority of voter fraud takes place. In Minnesota, 500,000 people typically register to vote on election-day in presidential election years. No verification of their eligibility is done prior to irretrievably counting their ballots. After the election, counties send a postcard to the address that the voter claimed on election-day. Following the 2008 election, the state couldn’t confirm the addresses of 17,000 voters and 31,000 other voters were marked “challenged” because they failed one or more eligibility checks. The ballots of all 48,000 of these questionable voters counted in the election Al Franken won by just 312 votes.”
Just as with New Hampshire’s Same-Day Voter Fraud no one knows who the same-day voters are unless they have positive NH identification.
In 2016 over 5,000 people who were not and never became NH citizens voted and their votes counted as much as a domiciled NH citizen. Maggie Hassan “won” a US Senate seat by 1,017 votes.
Minnesota Voter Data Not Public:
Coverup. For the last two years, the Minnesota Voters Alliance has been in a lawsuit against Minnesota Secretary of State Steve Simon to force him to release public data from the statewide voter registration database. Ramsey County District Court and the Minnesota Court of Appeals have both ordered Simon to release the data, but he refuses to comply, instead appealing those judgments to the Minnesota Supreme Court which should issue its opinion soon. The data are needed to assess ineligible voting in Minnesota, and the performance of election officials in carrying out their constitutional duty to provide ballots only to eligible individuals.
Once again, New Hampshire is mimicking Minnesota by keeping voter data from the people who pay for it – NH citizen taxpayers. Without a semblance of a compelling reason.
The upside: A Federal Court in Minnesota has ordered the Secretary of State to release data showing the voter rolls are clean – as required by Federal Law.
New Hampshire has a new US Attorney. His office could prosecute election law violators under Federal Law since NH will not do it. The prosecution of known election law violators in NH is almost non-existent. There is no serious chance out-of-state voters will ever be held accountable unless at the Federal level.