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This day in WND History: Nov. 6
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Voter fraud, again!
Nov. 6, 2000: In his column, “Voter fraud, again!,” WND Editor Joseph Farah revealed that election mailers sent out by the California Democratic Party and signed by President Bill Clinton, urging newly registered Hispanic voters to vote for Democrats, was apparently intended for a target group that included non-registered non-citizens.
Furthermore, as detailed in Farah’s column and subsequent news stories by reporter Julie Foster, the mailers contained an unofficial “voter identification card” – the “Clinton card” – which the president urged recipients to take to the polls.
It’s believed that with California’s lax election laws (which prohibit poll workers from checking voters’ ID), non-registered non-citizens presenting such a card at a California polling place could have voted in the Nov. 7 election.
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