The new study -- to be released on October 7 in Washington, D.C. -- estimates that in 2006 non-citizen voters ranged from:
-- 127,000 to 235,000 in New York;
-- 57,000 and 113,000 in New Jersey;
-- 87,000 and 209,000 in Illinois;
-- 476,000 to 700,000 in California;
-- 146,000 and 232,000 in Florida;
-- 161,000 to 333,000 in Texas; and
-- 41,000 to 86,000 in Arizona.
The estimated totals nationwide of non-citizen voters in the 2006 elections range from 1,839,000 to 2,714,000 illegal voters according to the new study.
FIRE Coalition is requesting all members consider becoming local election judges or poll watchers. If all local positions are filled for election judges, or you are ineligible or cannot sacrifice an entire day, please become a poll watcher in your district.
Please contact the Republican or Democratic Party officials in your district and volunteer your services for the upcoming election as soon as possible (this week), as time may be running out to qualify. They can direct you to the proper entity to apply.
Each Party in each state/county has its own criteria for such things as assigning polling places, training to detect and properly report irregular voting practices and the ‘do’s’ and ‘do nots’ of behaving yourself in polling places.
You may be permitted cameras. Please check.
The number one thing is to get poll watcher credentials.
BLACK BOX VOTING is a good general guide for poll watchers
If you are in an area where there is a large concentration of illegal aliens, your participation is vital.
Your service to your country is invaluable in this effort.
If you are are currently or will be trained as an election judge or poll watcher, PLEASE indicate that on your profile at http://www.firecoalition.com/profile. You'll need to check the box for volunteer first..
|“A measure of the urgency for immigrants to enroll for their survival is the exhortation of a popular Univision comedian, Latino folk hero, and former il¬legal alien, Eddie Sotelo26 (popu¬larly known as “Piolin”). Soleto’s exhortation echoes the current back-to-the-wall rhetoric among illegal immigrants: “Si no votan, nos botan” (“If you don’t vote, they’ll throw us out”). There is no less urgency for citizens, naturalized and native. And they must decide whether voting should remain an exclusive attribute of citizenship and demand the safeguards to make it so. “|
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In a telephone conversation with our local Supervisor of Elections, Mark Andersen had just gotten off the phone with someone who had received ballot address confirmation letters for his deceased parents. Whether or not he will bring the requests to Andersen is hard to determine.
We have voter fraud in several counties being discovered as the election draws closer.
If you do not get a numbered receipt that agrees with the number of the ballot you slip into those voting machines, demand a call to your Supervisor of Elections while you are standing at the polling location.
Memory cards can be reprogrammed to throw the vote. I just checked with the Vermont Secretary of State's website, and somewhere on their site, is a petition to
insure your vote is counted correctly, which Secretary Markowitz is encouraging Vermonters to sign.
Forget the chads that embarrassed Florida in years past - A paper ballot that can be verified by a receipt is the best way to cast a vote. Voting machines are dangerous to our political health.