HUNDREDS of Illegals Caught Voting in Maryland
In March of this year Barack Obama told Al Sharpton’s National Action Network there is no voter fraud.
Maryland Democrat Wendy Rosen dropped out of her race against Republican Andy Harris in 2012 after she was caught voting in two states.
A federal lawsuit was filed Friday asserting that several hundred illegal aliens who opted out of jury duty have cast ballots in at least three different elections.
An election-watch group is suing Maryland over the alleged presence of noncitizens on the state’s voting rolls.
The lawsuit, filed Friday in U.S. District Court in Baltimore, asserts that individuals who opted out of jury duty because they were not legal U.S. residents have cast ballots in at least three Maryland elections.
Based on the number of potential unqualified voters identified in Frederick County, up to 7 percent of Maryland’s registered voters could be illegal immigrants, according to estimates.
“Their continued appearance on these lists makes it nearly impossible for Maryland law to prevent these declared noncitizens from casting votes in elections and significantly affecting the integrity and outcomes of overall electoral processes,” said Reagan George, president of the Virginia Voters Alliance, which brought the lawsuit on behalf of four Frederick County residents: John Miller, Virginia Grant, Kathy Troxell and Robert Bogley.
The plaintiffs are suing the Frederick County Board of Elections and the Maryland State Board of Elections.
Miller, the lead plaintiff in the case, told Watchdog.org, “How could this happen in America? Whoever is responsible should be prosecuted.”
Neither Frederick County nor state election officials were immediately available for comment.