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FW: Judicial Watch Fighting for You in Florida - Your Input Needed

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Sent on: Saturday, June 23, 2012 6:36 PM
Judicial Watch Fighting for You in Florida - Your Input Needed
 


From: Tom Fitton [mailto:[address removed]]
Sent: Saturday, June 23, 2012 3:38 PM
To: [address removed]
Subject: Judicial Watch Fighting for You in Florida - Your Input Needed

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Judicial Watch - Because no one is above the law!
Dear Judicial Watch Friend,

I am writing today to ask for your input.  Judicial Watch is considering intervening in the lawsuit between Florida and the Department of Justice involving Florida's efforts to remove illegal aliens from the voter registration rolls. 

If you are registered to vote in Florida, after you've read this email, please let me know if you would support this legal action by clicking
here.

As you know, Judicial Watch depends on the continued support of its members to fight corruption across the country, promote integrity in government, and restore confidence in the rule of law.  Today, we are asking our members who are registered to vote in Florida to help guide our activities.  Since this issue will affect our Florida members most directly, we need to know how important this issue is to you.  Knowing your views and understanding your interests is essential to our ability to satisfy our mission. 

You may have heard about Judicial Watch's 2012 Election Integrity Project.  Since announcing the project in February 2012, we have been busy notifying various state and county officials that they are in violation of federal laws requiring them to clean up their voter rolls.  As you are no doubt aware, many states and counties  (including in Florida) have voter registration rolls with more names on them than people who live there. 

However, Florida is now actively trying to ensure its voter registration rolls are accurate, but is now being thwarted by the Holder Justice Department.  We believe this is a huge problem.  Illegal aliens and other non-citizens are not allowed to vote in federal elections.  Registration rolls which contain the names of ineligible non-citizen voters undermine confidence in the legitimacy of elections and harm our democratic process. 

As a general matter, inaccurate voter rolls make fraud easier.  They greatly help anyone who might want to "stuff" the ballot boxes with phony votes come November.  Second, inaccurate voter rolls make voter fraud on Election Day even harder to detect than usual, as any illegal ballots cast this way will appear to be associated with a legitimate voter.  If the names of ineligible non-citizen voters are not removed from Florida's registration lists soon, the American people may have to wake up on November 7 wondering whether their votes counted or whether their votes were cancelled out by ballots cast in the name of someone who is not a lawful voter.

If you are a registered Florida voter, we need your input now!  Please respond by clicking
here if you want us to intervene in the Department of Justice lawsuit against Florida to help ensure Florida can clean up its voter rolls and protect your right to vote.  (Responding to this email in no way obligates you personally in any litigation.)     
  
Thank you for your support. 

Yours truly,


Tom Fitton
President


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