-By Warner Todd Huston
Amy Little has been registered as a Democrat and as a resident of New York State since 1991. Yet, for some reason, she suddenly turned up registered in Ohio to vote in the 2008 election.
Of course, she still doesn’t live in Ohio, yet she registered as “living” in a building in Columbus, Ohio that houses the headquarters of the leftist organization Vote Today Ohio.
Unfortunately for Miss Little, she is a staffer for Congressman John Hall (D-Dover Plains, NY) and her little attempt at Ohio vote fraud has gotten her fired from that position.
A Times Herald-Record reporter called Little at her not-home in New York and Little replied that she felt she was not doing anything wrong (have you ever heard a Democrat that ever admitted wrongdoing?).
Little insists she’s playing by the rules. “I’ve been living in Ohio,” she said, when reached on her home phone in New Paltz Wednesday morning. “I have no intention of voting in New York,” she said, before cutting off the conversation, saying she had a flight to catch to Ohio.
I wonder if the reporter wondered how it was so easy to catch Little at her not-home in New York if she is now “living” in Ohio? Um, by “living” I guess she means appearing once in a while… in a store front office… and working for a fraud enmeshed political group?
Of course, Ohio election law states that the only way you can register to vote in Ohio is if you intend to be a real resident. One that doesn’t fly to her not-home in New York every other day.
Congressman Hall, though, isn’t taking any chances with his re-election campaign. He’s told Little to live where ever she wants, but don’t come knockin’ at HIS door anymore. Her consulting contract has been canceled and she’s been terminated as a campaign adviser.
Little isn’t the only one involved in vote fraud with the Vote Today Ohio organization. The Ohio Board of Elections have gotten many complaints about this group that it is now investigating.
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