Vote Fraud in Missouri?

Acorn, the liberal activist group that has registered millions of voters, have been indicted by a federal grand jury for submitting false voter registration forms to the Kansas City, Missouri, election board. But hey, who needs voter ID laws . . . .

Of course, the Missouri Supreme Court claimed that " There was no evidence of any voter impersonation fraud in Missouri since the general assembly enacted the previous version of section 115.427, which was passed in 2002 . . . ."

UPDATE: Amazingly there is now even another story of vote fraud in Missouri.
William Phillippe is one of 10,520 deceased citizens who remain registered to vote in Missouri, and one of 235 who — according to a state database created earlier this year — managed to cast a vote after death.

Dead people remain on the voter rolls of every county in Missouri. St. Louis County leads the state with 2,270 registered voters who are dead. Adair County has only one.

Some of those registered to vote died long ago. One, William Bennett of Kansas City, died in March 1972. . . .

So is anyone going to prosecute the people who used these deceased individual's identities?


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