Ohio VIP investigation uncovers 2 new cases of Voter Fraud in Hamilton County

For Immediate Release
(Cincinnati, Ohio) – May 16, 2013 – Yesterday the Hamilton County Board of Elections voted to send two more people to the Hamilton County Prosecutors office on voter fraud allegations. 
 
Ms. Christine Macklin of Bond Hill is accused of illegally voting from 2008 through 2012 for Mr. Eugene Rienzo, a severely disabled man for whom she was guardian.   Ms. Macklin allegedly voted Mr. Rienzo’s absentee ballot after being disallowed to vote for […]

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Former OU student pleads guilty to 23 counts of election-related charges; gets five years community control

Former OU student pleads guilty to all election-related charges; gets five years community control
 
By MICHAEL THRASHER Messenger staff journalist | Posted: Friday, April 26, 2013 2:45 pm
A former Ohio University student pleaded guilty to numerous election-related charges Friday.
Timothy Zureick, 21, of Cincinnati, initially pleaded innocent to 22 counts of obtaining false signatures and one count of election falsification. The charges stemmed from him forging 22 signatures of members of the Ohio University […]

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Ohio VIP recognized for Voter Fraud Efforts

4/11/2013

Voter Fraud Investigation
Uncovering More Misconduct

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The ongoing investigation of voter fraud continued yesterday at the Hamilton County Board of Elections. Republican Board of Elections (BOE) members Chip Gerhardt and Alex Triantafilou, working on a bipartisan basis thus far, continue to discover the widespread fraud that marred the 2012 election.
With very special thanks to the citizens of the Ohio Voter Integrity Project, the Hamilton County BOE has investigated even more situations of illegal conduct in the […]

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Cincinnati Poll Worker faces 8 Counts of Voter Fraud

She admitted voting twice in the presidential election last November, and now, Obama supporter Melowese Richardson has been indicted for allegedly voting at least six times. She also is charged with illegal voting in 2008 and 2011.
The 58-year-old veteran Cincinnati poll worker, indicted Monday, faces eight counts of voter fraud. Two others, one of whom is a nun, have been charged separately.
Richardson had admitted on camera to a local TV station, “Yes, I voted […]

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Struggling Ohioans need prosperity not dependence and debt

Governor Kasich likes to quote the Bible to justify his proposals to voluntarily expand Medicaid in Ohio. He tries to sell the idea that expanding Medicaid in lockstep with Obamacare is somehow moral or compassionate to those in need. However, causing as many as 1 out of 4 Ohioans to become dependent on fraud ridden, poorly performing, government healthcare and imposing more entitlement debt on our children and grandchildren is neither compassionate nor moral.

For […]

Supporting the State Reps Who Stand Up for Ohio

In the past few weeks we have been responding to the stunning circumstances of Governor John Kasich supporting one of the top elements of Obamacare.  While we have a list of complaints about John Kasich’s either tepid or total lack of leadership in many areas (i.e. right-to-work, pension reform, voter integrity, local tax reform, the crony Jobs Ohio, etc.), we are deeply dismayed by the governor’s recent proposal to voluntarily expand Medicaid in Ohio.

This […]

Proposed Election Legislation for Ohio

Ohio Senate Bill 10
Click here to read Ohio Senate Bill 10 – To amend sections 3501.29, 3501.35, 3505.181, 3505.23, 3505.24, and 3509.01 of the Revised Code to revise the law regarding polling places and voting machines.
Summary of Senate Bill 10
 
Ohio Senate Bill 20
Click here to read Ohio Senate Bill 20 – Proposed changes to election administration, ballots, voter identification, voter registration, absentee voting and election day procedures.
Summary of Senate Bill 20

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Kasich’s Budget May “Make or Break” His Future…or Ohio’s?

The Cincinnati Enquirer put out a piece this weekend (Sunday, February 4, 2013, B4) by Henry Gomez titled, “Proposed budget may make, break Kasich”.
A few highlights from the article.

It cites Kasich has having once described himself as having “…been in the Tea Party before there was a Tea Party”.

However, the article goes on to say, “For Kasich, believed by many to harbor White House ambitions, the Tea Party might be over.”

The article notes there […]

Sherrod Brown’s ACORN Video Disappears Just in Time for The Election

by Matthew Vadum
When you’re America’s most liberal senator locked in a tight race with a conservative challenger, it’s always a good thing when a damning YouTube that shows you praising organized crime disappears.
Hard-left Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) appears in a 2008 video praising the gangster group known by the acronym ACORN. In the video dated May 12, 2008, called “ACORN Grassroots Democracy Campaign,” Brown praises the Association of Community Organizations for […]

True the Vote releases statement defending Ohio VIP’s efforts to clean up invalid voter registrations

Five county boards, Fairfield, Franklin, Lorain, Medina, and Stark, refused to remove federally documented deceased voters from the rolls.

TRUE THE VOTE STATEMENT REGARDING THE OHIO VOTER INTEGRITY PROJECT’S ONGOING VOTER ROLL CHALLENGES

HOUSTON, TX. October 1, 2012 – True The Vote President Catherine Engelbrecht released the following statement regarding the Ohio Voter Integrity Project’s submission of Citizen Challenges, a process outlined in Ohio Election Code by which a registered voter can file an official request with their […]

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