United Nations Releases Complete List of US Election Observation Points

The United Nations released a complete list of their US election observation stations.
The UN will deploy 44 observers from its human rights office to these stations on election day.
Via Pat Dollard:
United Nations Election Observer Deployment 2012

The Hill reported:

United Nations-affiliated election monitors from Europe and central Asia will be at polling places around the U.S. looking for voter suppression activities by conservative groups, a concern raised by civil rights groups during a meeting this week. The intervention has drawn criticism from a prominent conservative-leaning group combating election fraud.

The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), a United Nations partner on democratization and human rights projects, will deploy 44 observers from its human rights office around the country on Election Day to monitor an array of activities, including potential disputes at polling places. It’s part of a broader observation mission that will send out an additional 80 to 90 members of parliament from nearly 30 countries.

Hat Tip Geri

Texas has already told the UN that their observers would not be allowed in the state.

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  • Oliver

    #19 – Retired: any time Obama introduces a new policy / treaty / exec order etc — check it against that long list of Communist goals I just posted above.

  • flyoverland

    i noticed they skipped Calvary Cemetery

  • Oliver

    #16 Fionnagh – probably had to throw one blue state in there so the bias wasn’t quite so obvious.

  • FurryGuy

    The UN is so blatant in their agenda of getting Barry reelected. They accuse US conservatives of doing what has been documented numerous times the Dems are doing, stealing elections.

  • http://www.opaobie.com Opaobie

    Only looking for abuses by CONSERVATIVE groups, eh? So if the Not-so-new Black Panthers do the Gangnam strut in camos with batons, that’s fine?

  • l.barney

    Oh please, I’d love to see these ball-less goons try this crap in CHINA!

  • FurryGuy

    #16 October 26, 2012 at 11:58 am
    Fionnagh commented:

    King County Elections no longer has Ron Sims to steal elections as he did in 2004 and 2008, so the UN probably wants to make sure the “proper” vote counts happen. After all the supposed electoral lock Barry has on the state is no longer an assured thing, there have been some polls showing he and Romney are within the statistical margin of error.

    Inslee will definitely need some help perpetrating fraud since so many groups and newspapers across the state are coming out for McKenna. The Seattle Times, the Uber Left Seattle Times, endorsed McKenna!

  • Oliver

    #27 Furry Guy: WOW! excellent insight. And frightening.

  • Practical Jane

    These dumba$$es can ki$$ my American a$$.

  • Patty


  • Patty

    Following a request from eight civil rights groups, the Organization of Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), a United Nations partner, agreed to send 44 election monitors to the United States. The international organization began monitoring U.S. elections in 2002, when then-President George W. Bush invited them to the country.

    “This is a piece of the creeping affection for the UN and embrace of the UN that the left has,” Kinder said. “Every other week, somebody from the Obama administration, either worst Attorney General in American history Eric Holder or Hillary Clinton or somebody is over at the UN from Obama’s administration planning to sign away our sovereignty, planning to give up our gun rights, and bring the UN in over our Second Amendment rights, or submit us to a regime of global taxation. If your listeners think I am overstating this, this is the agenda of a re-elected Obama in a second term.”

    Though the election monitors will not intervene in the voting process, Kinder believes they intend to suppress votes in conservative areas.


  • PuterPrsn

    Texas FTW :-)

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  • stuart

    Mr. Poulson, Mr. Boule: Utah Observers:
    I do not want to see your sorry asses in my polling place. If you want to find election fraud I suggest you go to Chicago. Failing that, get your sorry asses back to Europe where you can destroy
    Western Civilization on your own time, and in a manner which you see fit. Your very presence in my state is an implied insult to its sovereignty and to my rights under the constitution of the United States. Pleas note: We have a phrase here in the west that I hope you never have cause to hear. “Get a rope.”
    One very angry combat vet.

  • Bob

    After the Obama loses the UN will step forward and say the republicans stole the election.

  • Catherine

    Think about who the UN human rights have been run by?
    Libya, Iran?

    Could this be how the mussis are getting their comanders in the USA?

    Just crazy thinking I know.
    TX is right not to let these 3rd world freaks in.


  • otterjock

    Since Washington state is a mail in only (no voting booths) these UN goons are going to have fun standing around at the Post Office and drop boxes. Get the UN the **** out of the US.

  • UN – UT-OH

    okay, Anyone caught interfering in a Nations elections, especially anyone who isnt American needs to be placed under arrest and charged with Federal crimes or better yet Terrorist plot to overthrow a gov’t.

    Any UN worker seen by anyone needs to place them under citizens arrest.

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    a flashback & much more..


  • garrettc

    Most states have similar rules regarding poll watching. In Colorado, yYou must be affiliated with a party, an issue, or a specific ballot issue organization and be registered with the county clerk office to watch the voting process inside the voting area. You may not speak to voters inside the 100 foot electioneering area. The only exception to this is the media, which may record events but not inspect unused ballots, or voting records, or speak to individual voters within the 100 ft limit. the Ballot judge is specifically sworn to enforce thses rules, with the help of the County Sherriff, if necessary. Un or other observers do not appear to qualify.