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Oct 05, 2012

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Max Hailperin

Great work. You'll also notice that McGrath, Kiffmeyer, et al. don't bring up any example of someone whose residency was vouched for but turned out not to live in the precinct. Whereas it is rather easy to find someone convicted for voting in the wrong precinct who used a drivers license to "prove" residency -- a drivers license listing a former address. McGrath can toss around words like "ridiculous" and "ludicrous" all day, but can you imagine what would become of our courts if they no longer accepted the sworn testimony of an eye witness?

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