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    US election: McCain aides attack group's voter registration processes

    Two advisers to John McCain's presidential campaign today said a flood of questionable voter registration applications in swing states threatens to undermine the accuracy of the November election and could prevent legitimate voters from registering for a ballot. The warning came less than a week after the Democratic party filed a lawsuit in Michigan seeking to end what its lawyers said were Republican efforts to suppress votes of poor people and African Americans, two historically Democratic constituencies. The move indicates the Democratic and Republican parties are set to battle over voter registration in the remaining weeks of the campaign. On...

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    These voter registration drives cost us a fortune in man hours and money. All the new registrations have to be checked, post cards mailed out (frequently to non-existent addresses) and phone calls made. We should all sue ACORN.
    This is bigger than presidential politics. This is a battle for America.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by megimoo View Post
    [SIZE="3"] The warning came less than a week after the Democratic party filed a lawsuit in Michigan seeking to end what its lawyers said were Republican efforts to suppress votes of welfare mom's and lazy mooches, two historically Democratic constituencies.
    fixed.
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