Sunday, February 5, 2012

Finally: Proven Voter Fraud -- By Republican Indiana Secretary of State

Indiana Dogwood in Spring

A Beautiful picture showing the state and the tree emerging from winter and woods. Will the people of Indiana see their way to rid themselves of corrupt government?

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To quote Gomer Pyle: Oh, what tangled webs we weave, when first we practice to deceive.

BTW, the Republican governor Mitch Daniels is doing all he can to keep the Secretary of State in his office though the man apparently committed voter and representation fraud.

After renting a condo with a new girlfriend Indiana Secretary of State Charlie White kept his voting address at his ex wife's house so he could keep a job in the local town council.

But later his story becomes staying with his ex-wife to try to help raise his 10 year old son amid planning his marriage to his girlfriend.

But the jury didn't believe him, and the SOS was found guilty of six felony charges though Governor Mitch Daniels says he will not remove him from office until the judge decides whether or not to reduce the counts to misdemeanors (a scenario under which White could remain in office).

Yes, a man convicted of vote fraud running the states highest office overseeing voter integrity.

Just another example of GOP hypocrisy. 

You can read the details of Charlie White's various excuses for his actions. They are all pretty transparent and someone needs to tell the good people of Indiana that Mitch Daniels and Charlie White are just the type of state officials people get when they don't do diligence before voting.

See more details at AP report Indiana election chief found guilty of voter fraud

An News report Jury finds Indiana Secretary of State Charlie White guilty on 6 of 7 felony charges also shows that White's opponent in the election that put him in the Secretary of State office actually won the election according to a recount commission.

Still Governor Daniels is apparently trying to keep the right to allow White to stay in office or assign it as the governor sees fit.

Where's that fail duck when you need it?