Voices of the activists: Catherine Engelbrecht of “True the Vote”

by Datechguy | March 14th, 2012

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Voices of the activists: Catherine Engelbrecht of "True the Vote"

We are get­ting near the end of our CPAC videos that are going up, this one is Cather­ine Engel­brecht of True the Vote

I found this video par­tic­u­larly apt con­sid­er­ing this story from She­lia Jack­son Lee’s dis­trict in Texas and the Holder jus­tice department’s chal­leng­ing of that law:

the group vis­ited addresses and scoured prop­erty tax records. The group found many of the addresses were vacant lots or busi­ness addresses. Thirty-​nine were reg­is­tered at busi­nesses and 97 of the addresses were nonex­is­tent. One hun­dred six of the reg­is­tra­tions revealed the same reg­is­trant reg­is­tered more than once, and 207 of the addresses turned out to be vacant lots.

As Steve said at Gran­ite Grok:

The researches esti­mate that 25% of the 3800 reg­is­tra­tions in the sam­ple present poten­tial for fraud. If that were to remain con­sis­tent across all 19,596 sus­pect addresses, the result would be 4900 poten­tial inci­dents of voter fraud in this one dis­trict, from this one research pro­file. No. We don’t need voter ID.

You can find more at True the Vote here.

We are getting near the end of our CPAC videos that are going up, this one is Catherine Engelbrecht of True the Vote

I found this video particularly apt considering this story from Shelia Jackson Lee’s district in Texas and the Holder justice department’s challenging of that law:

the group visited addresses and scoured property tax records. The group found many of the addresses were vacant lots or business addresses. Thirty-nine were registered at businesses and 97 of the addresses were nonexistent. One hundred six of the registrations revealed the same registrant registered more than once, and 207 of the addresses turned out to be vacant lots.

As Steve said at Granite Grok:

The researches estimate that 25% of the 3800 registrations in the sample present potential for fraud. If that were to remain consistent across all 19,596 suspect addresses, the result would be 4900 potential incidents of voter fraud in this one district, from this one research profile. No. We don’t need voter ID.

You can find more at True the Vote here.

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