In the 2008 Presidential election, felons voted in violation of Virginia law. Louisa County has indicted two such persons.
While felons were voting illegally, Virginia’s active duty military were being disenfranchised because their requested absentee ballots were mailed out too late. Hundreds of our Service men and women saw their ballots tossed aside.
Unbelievably, the Virginia State Board of Elections Chairwoman Jean Cunningham, who was appointed by Governor Tim Kaine, feels it is not her duty to mail the absentee ballots out in a timely manner, and she can refuse to count them if they are received late.
Last week, the courts disagreed and ordered that the vots be counted. (See post.)
With this much real disenfranchisement, one wonders where Jessee Jackson was.
Voter rolls are now being examined in detail to reveal voter fraud committed by felons and those that are voting illegally. Hopefully, indictments will be forthcoming in other areas in the state.
Warning to felons and “dead” people that plan to vote in the upcoming election: We are watching. The penalty is one to five years in prison.
Hats off to Louisa Commonwealth’s Attorney Tom Garrett and his office for leading on this issue. As a Veteran myself, I am appalled that felons have been allowed to vote illegally while our soldiers and sailors are treated like this.
In a just world, Jean Cunningham and Tim Kaine would be indicted as well.