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Reforming Maryland Susan Freis Falknor on 27 Oct 2015 09:40 pm

Maryland Election Watcher:Documents Suggest Non-Citizens Are Voting in Large Numbers–with Valid IDs!

This Thursday evening, October 29, Maryland attorney Jeff Levin will present newly obtained materials on what could amount to massive voter fraud in Maryland and across the nation.

In an open town hall meeting hosted by the Northern Baltimore County Republican and Civic Association in Parkton, election-integrity advocate Levin will talk about newly available information on voter registration irregularities in Maryland’s Frederick County—data that could signal a much wider problem.

“These documents suggest that the County’s voter rolls contain a significant number of individuals who, when called for jury duty, reported themselves to be ineligible as non-citizens,” Levin told the Blue Ridge Forum.

The problem occurs when non-citizens check off a “Voter Registration” box when obtaining a drivers’ license under the 1993 Motor Voter Act or in the course of applying for public services —improperly putting themselves on the voter rolls.

Long-time Pikesville resident Levin (email) pointed to a 2014 Federal court lawsuit brought by four Frederick County eligible voters asserting that many individuals on Frederick County voting rolls have told the Frederick County jury commissioner that they were not eligible to serve as jurors, because they were not citizens.

The Frederick County jury services department documents, now in Levin’s possession, contain 3,000-plus names of individuals who were not eligible for jury service (some of whom have apparently voted).

The documents cover a period of several years prior to the 2014 Federal lawsuit.

Levin believes one can draw three implications from the case:

• The data from Frederick County suggests that the Motor Voter system could produce widespread voter fraud in other Maryland counties, and even across the country.

• It is perjury to sign two contradictory oaths, for example, that (1) one is eligible to vote as a citizen; and (2) that one cannot serve on a jury because he or she is not a citizen. The looseness of Motor Voter Act’s provisions magnify the odds that large numbers of individuals ineligible to vote, have committed a serious crime, inadvertently or not.

• Making Real ID a requirement for voting – which Levin supports — would not solve this problem. Why? Ineligibles improperly placed on the voter rolls through the Motor Voter system possess a valid or “Real ID.”

Levin will present his findings Thursday, October 29, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. at the Parkton American Legion, 19520 York Road in Parkton, Maryland, one quarter mile north (or left), from the end of Exit 33 of Interstate 83. Click here for a map.

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Additionally, Robyn Sachs, founder of the Maryland Voter Alliance, will speak on election integrity matters on November 5, 2015, at the Montgomery County Republican Central Committee’s First Thursday Speaker Series. The event, scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m., will take place at the Barking Dog, 4723 Elm Street, Bethesda, Maryland, 20814.

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