New York activist linked to voting fraud allegations in Ohio
'Times Record-NEW PALTZ, NY-Amy Little a well-known political mobilizer from upstate New York and recently dismissed campaign adviser to Rep. John Hall, is being investigate for voter fraud investigations in Ohio.
Former Adviser Linked to Major Voting Fraud Allegations in Columbus
Records from the Franklin County, Ohio Board of Elections shown that Little registered to vote in Ohio on Oct. 6, indicating that she moved from her home at 142 Guilford Schoolhouse Road in New Paltz, New York to a place at 1979 N. Fourth St. in Columbus, Ohio. Records also indicate that her new address doubles as headquarters for a grassroots get-out-the-vote group called Vote Today Ohio, which Little has been running to support Barack Obama.
Ohio Prosecuting Attorney Ron O'Brien confirmed that Little, and three other Vote Today Ohio transplants who moved to Ohio from other states were under scrutiny as they all registered last month under the same Fourth Street address. O'Brien's office has been cracking down on voters who appear to be moving in for the election, with no plans to continue living in the state, which O'Brien warns that election fraud is a felony in the state of Ohio. Congressman Hall fired Little from his re-election campaign in the 19th District after catching wind of the allegations.
Little Denies Wrongdoing
On Thursday, Little submitted a request to withdraw her ballot and cancel her Ohio registration, O'Brien said. Little maintains she's done nothing wrong. In an email, she said, "I withdrew my registration to avoid any appearance of impropriety generated by the media" .