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Battling voter fraud

February 5, 2013

North Dakota laws governing petition fraud are too lenient, according to supporters of a bill introduced at the Legislature last week....

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JackAaah

Feb-06-13 8:57 AM

The end justifies the means....that is what we always say in the Democrat Party.

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locomotive

Feb-06-13 4:00 PM

Veritas, I agree.

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JackAaah

Feb-07-13 8:32 AM

Vote Early, Vote Often......For The Gifts.

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JackAaah

Feb-07-13 2:04 PM

....if you want to battle voter fraud, I feel you are disenfranchising me. That is my way of moving forword.

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Jecoope

Feb-14-13 1:39 PM

I'm not quite sure how 5 football players illegally signing a petition illustrates the need for tougher voter laws? You may make a case for petitions but how many documented cases of voter fraud have occurred in ND? If there is a need, there should be data to support it. It's an undisputable fact that the Republican party has made a concerted effort to disenfranchise minoritie voters in many states just because they are more likely to vote Democratic than Republican. If you have a case to make for voter fraud, present it otherwise it just sounds like more Republican talking points.

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