Great news! NV voting machines automatically checking Reid's name

Rick Moran
Recall that ACORN members were convicted of voter fraud in Nevada last year so perhaps this shouldn't be very surprising.

The Examiner:


Clark County is where three quarters of Nevada's residents and live and where Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's son Rory is a county commissioner. Rory is also a Democratic candidate for governor.Since early voting started, there have been credible reports that voting machines in Clark County, Nevada are automatically checking Harry Reid's name on the ballot:

Guess who services the voting machines in Clark county? Hint: They wear purple shirts, give a gazillion dollars to Democrats, and their former president was the most frequent visitor at the White House:

Now there's absolutely no independently verified evidence of chicanery with the voting machines (yet), but it is worth noting that the voting machine technicians in Clark County are members of the Service Employees International Union. The SEIU spent $63 million in elections in 2008 and is planning on spending $44 million more this election cycle -- nearly all of that on Democrats. White House political director Patrick Gaspard is formerly the SEIU's top lobbyist, and former SEIU president Andy Stern was the most frequent visitor to the White House last year.

Just in Nevada, the SEIU has given a lot to groups that are heavily vested in the state -- in just one prominent example, the SEIU gave $500,000 to the Patriot Majority PAC, which has spent $1.3 million against Reid's opponent Sharron Angle. They've and have dropped large sums directly on candidates:

It's true we hear this sort of thing coming from a lot of places every election. Some people are just mistaken, that's all.

But this is a convergence of coincidences that should be looked into. A group, closely connected to ACORN who are proven vote fraudsters and hyperpartisan to boot maintains voting machines that are reported to be acting suspiciously.

I am not confident that anyone will ever get to the bottom of this.







Recall that ACORN members were convicted of voter fraud in Nevada last year so perhaps this shouldn't be very surprising.

The Examiner:


Clark County is where three quarters of Nevada's residents and live and where Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's son Rory is a county commissioner. Rory is also a Democratic candidate for governor.

Since early voting started, there have been credible reports that voting machines in Clark County, Nevada are automatically checking Harry Reid's name on the ballot:

Guess who services the voting machines in Clark county? Hint: They wear purple shirts, give a gazillion dollars to Democrats, and their former president was the most frequent visitor at the White House:

Now there's absolutely no independently verified evidence of chicanery with the voting machines (yet), but it is worth noting that the voting machine technicians in Clark County are members of the Service Employees International Union. The SEIU spent $63 million in elections in 2008 and is planning on spending $44 million more this election cycle -- nearly all of that on Democrats. White House political director Patrick Gaspard is formerly the SEIU's top lobbyist, and former SEIU president Andy Stern was the most frequent visitor to the White House last year.

Just in Nevada, the SEIU has given a lot to groups that are heavily vested in the state -- in just one prominent example, the SEIU gave $500,000 to the Patriot Majority PAC, which has spent $1.3 million against Reid's opponent Sharron Angle. They've and have dropped large sums directly on candidates:

It's true we hear this sort of thing coming from a lot of places every election. Some people are just mistaken, that's all.

But this is a convergence of coincidences that should be looked into. A group, closely connected to ACORN who are proven vote fraudsters and hyperpartisan to boot maintains voting machines that are reported to be acting suspiciously.

I am not confident that anyone will ever get to the bottom of this.