By Javier ManjarresThe Democratic National Committee’s Organizing for America (OFA) and its affiliates are coming under increasing scrutiny as increasing allegations of possible voter intimidation/fraud are now being reported in Florida and in other parts of the country.
In Miami, three questionable voter applications from the leftist and race-bating organization La Raza were turned in with very familiar signatures.
La Raza has turned in more than 46,000 voter voter applications in Florida this year, about the same number as the Florida Republican Party. The State Elections Division has referred 15 voter fraud complaints made to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement this year, including one last week about the state GOP. No info yet on how many other complaints involve third-party groups.- (Source)
The recent complaint regarding an Strategic Allied Consutling, an outisde firm hired by the Republican Party were reported on here, where 108 voter registration application were “deemed questionable when they “noticed signatures that looked alike and incomplete.” (Source-Shark Tank)
In addition, news is now circulating about a voter intimidation robocall put out by OFA in which recipients said they received unsolicited calls announcing that early voting had already started. Pasco County Supervisor of Elections, Brian E. Corley, said that his office had received “hundreds” of complaints about the calls in question.
Early voting does not begin until Oct. 27, but when a voter came to the Land O’ Lakes office today expecting to cast his ballot -The voter produced his cell phone with the recorded message and number it came from. “I have made contact with the Organizing for America folks and they are aware of the situation. They have pledged to cease sending voters confusing messages with misinformation and will re-evaluate the robo-call message,” Corley said-(Source-TBO)
OFA spokesman Eric Jotkoff furnished a copy of the robocall script to the Tampa Bay Times and claimed that these calls made were simply in an effort to inform voters about how and when they could request an absentee ballot.- (Source-The Times)
So who are we to believe- should we take the word of OFA’s Spokesman, or take the word of the Pasco County SOE who stated that a voter came forward with the actual phone message from the robo-call in question?
Taking into consideration the fact that over the past several election cycles, voter intimidation and fraud were rampant among Democrat-friendly organizations like ACORN, Black Panthers and the always ‘friendly’ SEIU, has run rampant during election season.
Now we can add La Raza to that mix.Here is a another incident in North Carolina. Watch here
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