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From: Jamie Radtke <email@example.com>
Date: Jul 19, 2010 8:46 AM
Subject: Voter Registration and Poll Workers Needed
Urgent Message for Virginia Tea Parties and Patriot Groups
Because of all the suspected voter fraud in the last election cycle here are some important goals everyone can strive for to try and insure valid elections in November.
Please urge all of your members that can be available to work polls to go to their local county registrar's office OR go to the registrar's website and signup to be an OFFICER OF ELECTION. We all need to do this fairly soon because there is usually training involved.
OUR GOAL SHOULD BE TO HAVE AT LEAST ONE OF OUR MEMBERS AT EVERY POLLING PLACE IN THE STATE OF VIRGINIA. There are numerous youtube videos of rules being broken at many polling places in the country- One of the most famous of course is the Black Panthers in Philadelphia, but there are many more examples – and Obama posters IN the polling room! We need to be inside the polls to insure the laws are followed!
Voter Registration Drives:
You can go online to order voter registration forms from the state board of elections in Va.
Colleges and Universities will have students returning next month. Call and find out if you can have a table for your group and do voter registration drives. College students can register and vote in the district of their college if they choose to. Most students coming up to a Tea Party or Patriot table will probably be conservative. Register them and remind them to vote on November 2nd.
Another registration opportunity – gun shows, gun clubs and sportsman type stores. Believe it or not, there are an estimated 300,000 people in Va that have either a fishing, hunting license or concealed gun permit that are not registered to vote!
Last day to register is 22 days before election.(October 11th)
One of the Presidents first "community organizer" jobs was working for "Get Out The Vote." It's time we make sure conservatives GET OUT AND VOTE, before it's too late.
The battle, sir, is not to the strong alone; it is to the vigilant, the active, the brave.
(Patrick Henry, 1775)
Government is not reason; it is not eloquence. It is force. And force, like fire, is a dangerous servant and a fearful master.' George Washington
Alexander of York