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Legal aliens living in Maricopa Co Arizona are being targeted by an insidious fraud. Unscrupulous people are picking people with Hispanic surnames from the phone book, calling them or visiting them and asking if they wish to become citizens. They then tell them, falsely, that they must register to vote as a part of the citizenship process. The voter registration form is then filled out, either with help from the alien or by the person. When turned in the registrations are denied. When the alien files for citizenship they are asked if they have ever attempted to register to vote. Citizenship is denied because the attempt to register is a felony.


The computerized voter registration system being used in Virginia appears to be ready to melt-down. The system was used last June and the state claimed success while some registrars were less than happy. Now voters may be disenfranchised and counties will be forced to use provisional ballots for many voters who would otherwise be allowed to vote normally.


NAtional: Uproar after Justice Department official says black voters caused their own lines in Ohio 2004 vote



NAtional: Campus voting access not making the grade



AZ: ALERT: Voter Registration Fraud Targets Hispanics



CA: Sacramento County - County to lend out its voting machines



FL: Voting machines give Florida a new headache



FL: Might as well set up voting booths in court



IN: Marion County - A dress rehearsal for Nov. 6

Voting machines do well as they're put through their paces



OH: Options open to disabled voters



VA: One man, one vote, one big problem

Registrars say state's new system could cause Election Day trouble



Ireland: Clamour to scrap vote machines as storage costs soar to €706,000



Ireland: E-voting: the story so far



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