Palestra.net announces Ohio voting fraud probe
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October 31, 2008
FOX News-COLUMBUS, OH Palestra.net, the College Journalisim network, reported on On the Record with Greta VanSustren that it has uncovered people registering to vote in Ohio using the addresses of vacant houses..
Student Journalists Have Proof Verified Obama Campaign in Ohio Were After Voters Registered at a Vacant House
The night before their interview on FOX News, both Tiffany Wilson and Shelby Holliday received emails from a woman whose family owns a couple of properties, all of which are vacant. However, according to both Wilson and Holliday, there were many Obama campaign volunteers knocking on the door and asking for Patrick Corrigan and Susan Strover, neither of whom live there.
Palestra Blows the Cover on Vote Today Ohio Scandal
Both Holliday and Wilson of Palestra confirmed that Amy Little of Vote Today Ohio, along with others of the group, registered and voted from their headquarters in Ohio, despite not being residents of Ohio. The group's registrations and ballots were flagged by the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections, at which point they were delivered a letter giving them an opportunity to withdraw their ballots and admit their faults. Palestra confirmed that they have not withdrawn their ballots, and are standing by their votes. During the interview it was noted that Amy Little's contract with New York Congressman John Hall's campaign has been terminated. Little registered to vote and did so early in Ohio, despite her permanent address in New York City..