RS has received a tip that an unknown number of voters in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania are receiving phone calls informing them -- falsely -- that their voting stations have been relocated. At least 3 of the voters who received such calls determined that the information was false, and informed officials of this illegal attempt to prevent them from casting their ballots. The three specific cases that have come to our attention involve different precincts in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania -- which may be the most important one in the nation for John McCain's presidential bid.I'll update here if I see verification from other sources.
In at least one case, the voter captured the phone number from which the call originated and later called back. The male who answered confirmed that he had placed the call. According to reversemobilephones.org, the number is assigned to a resident of Philadelphia.
This activity is a violation of the Pennsylvania Election Code, and the Lancaster County Board of Elections has been asked to investigate this activity -- which may be more widespread -- and refer the findings for possible prosecution.
I expect to have audio on this matter, and will update this story later with more.
Tuesday, November 04, 2008
Voter Fraud: Pennsylvania Edition
Unverified from other sources at this time, but Redstate.com is reporting voter fraud in Pennsylvania. (Link is here but they are having site issues at the moment. Text was visible from the generic front page at the time of this posting.)