Here is the news this morning from Election Integrity Maryland:
Election Integrity Maryland today is submitting 828 challenges to the Baltimore
County Board of Elections over irregularities in the voter rolls, including
duplicate registrations, invalid addresses, and deceased voters who remain on
the rolls. A total of 1,700 County voter registrations have been reviewed so
Despite assertions by the Maryland State Board of Elections that voter
registration records are kept up-to-date, the non-partisan watchdog group
Election Integrity Maryland (EIM) has discovered names of deceased voters in
Baltimore County who remain on the voter rolls, as well as names of voters who
have moved or who have duplicate registrations.
Similar irregularities were discovered by EIM in Montgomery County last
February, and challenges were filed then as well. EIM plans to submit more
challenges in other counties in the near future.
According to EIM president Cathy Kelleher, “We are pleased to assist the Board
of Elections by submitting these challenges. By law, the Board is required to
keep registration records current. Our work is intended to help with that
Kelleher anticipates that the Baltimore County officials will respond in a
EIM was formed to promote public confidence in the integrity of local, state and
federal elections in the State of Maryland. The non-partisan, non-profit group
conducts research into public voter registration records, and also trains Poll
Watchers according to guidelines issued by the State Board of Elections.
Readers, if you are looking for a way to help those ballot initiatives (to stop instate tuition for illegal aliens, gay marriage, and O’Malley redistricting) succeed or your favorite candidates to win in the fall, this is something you can do from your home.
Go to EIMs website and learn what you can do to help identify questionable voter records in your county.
And, you can enjoy knowing that you are striking a blow against Eric Holder and Thomas Perez while you are at it (this is from me, not from EIM!).