STOP Voter Registration Fraud!

From: Karyn M.
Sent on: Friday, June 1, 2012 7:41 PM

 

You can help set the record straight through your action!

 

Please join us in this fight to defend our rights, ensure appropriate voting rolls in Florida, support our Governor's mission and demand that the Department of Homeland security does its job and quickly shares the information Governor Scott appropriately requested!

 

Join the Call to Action

STOP Voter Registration Fraud!

Contact Judge Robert Hinkle  

United States District Court

District Judge Robert Hinkle

(Appointed by President Bill Clinton)

(850)[masked]

United States Courthouse
111 N. Adams St.
Tallahassee, Florida[masked]

 

...Hinkle found unconstitutional a rule requiring voter-drive groups to turn over registration materials to the state within 48 hours of completion or face fines of as much as $1,000. The rule, which makes no provision for mailing in applications, serves little, if any, purpose, even if it doesn't violate the National Voting Rights Act, Hinkle said.

  

Source: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-05-31/florida-voter-registration-law-partially-blocked-by-judge.html

 

 

Contact Attorney General Eric Holder

 

Correspondence to the Department, including the Attorney General, may be sent to:

U.S. Department of Justice

950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW

Washington, DC[masked]

Department of Justice Main Switchboard -[masked]

Office of the Attorney General Public Comment Line -[masked]

Email: [address removed]

 

Contact Governor Rick Scott With Our Thanks and encourage Him to Do All in His Power to Uphold Legal Elections in Florida  

 

Office of Governor Rick Scott
State of Florida
The Capitol
400 S. Monroe St.
Tallahassee, FL[masked]

(850)[masked]

 

Contact League of Women Voters of Florida
540 Beverly Court
Tallahassee, FL[masked]
850/[masked] (voice)
850/[masked] (fax)

 

Let these women know they do not speak for us!

 

 

 

Click Here Kay Day's Column on These Recent Events Reguarding Voter Fraud

 



Registered Florida Women Voters Cry Foul on Voter Registration Rulings and Demands

 

Florida Women Unite to Send a Message to Federal Judge, Homeland Security, Department of Justice and the League of Women Voters

 

(TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA) The Florida Federation of Republican Women issued the following statement today on the heels of the Federal authority's demand that Florida halt its push to remove ineligible voters from the voter rolls and the ruling by District Judge Robert Hinkle striking down part of Florida's voter reform bill.

 

"The members of the Florida Federation of Republican Women are united in our demand for lawful elections in the state of Florida. We elect Legislators to enact laws on our behalf according to the Florida Constitution as they did when they addressed needed changes in our voter registration laws following the documented fraud put forth by groups like Acorn. We are disappointed and offended at the ruling of Judge Hinkle striking down part of the law which he admitted to Bloomberg Press did not violate the National Voting Rights Act as we consider this action to amount to judicial legislation from the bench which is unacceptable.

 

We are further outraged that the Department of Homeland Security has refused to cooperate with Governor Rick Scott's request to aide our state in purging non-citizens from our voter rolls. We understand that the Department of justice and the Department of Homeland Security exist to serve the lawful citizens of our country and are honor bound to do so.

 

We call upon Governor Scott and all county Supervisors of Elections to do all in their power to purify our voter rolls and ensure the integrity of our votes. We call upon Attorney General Holder to do his duty to uphold our laws and compel the Department of Homeland Security to identify those individuals who are registered to vote in the State of Florida but are not US citizens, as properly requested by our Governor.

 

We also firmly state that the League of Women Voters does not represent the women voters of Florida. We believe their actions in this case to be partisan and disruptive to the election process that these acts represent the type of behavior our beloved Suffragettes would have been ashamed of.

 

We call upon every registered voter to demand lawful elections in the State of Florida."

 

Cindy Graves

Duly Registered Florida Voter

President of the Florida Federation of Republican Women


 

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