Democratic Voter Fraud C/O the “Voter Participation Center”

From: Disrupt the Narrative.

Is this Voter Fraud in the Making?

16JUN

This mailer arrived in our box for my wife today.  My first suspicion was that this mailer was under her ‘familiar’ name, not her ‘legal’ name. Plus, she’s already registered to vote.

But there was something fishy about this mailer so I couldn’t help but delve deeper.

It appeared to come from the Virginia State Board of Elections, but upon further investigation it actually came from the Voter Participation Center, which is a partner organization with the George Soros funded Center for American Progress and both groups have direct ties to the Obama White House.  It started out as part of the Tides Foundation. Looking at the biographies on these sites show lots of people with ties to the Obama and Clinton Administrations, and is part of the Democrats’ criminal syndicate. Have a look at this from Discover the Networks. And this from Wikipedia.

The VPC also focuses on educating policymakers and media on issues impacting what it calls the “rising American electorate”, including a series of reports produced in March 2010, in partnership with the Center for American Progress.

Now.  Notice the address on the return envelope

The entire address for the State Board of Elections is correct up until the zip code, so this is NOT going to the State Board of Elections at all, but to some unknown post office box to land in the hands of God knows?  That you are to put your full name, Social Security Number, address and date of birth is a real cause for concern in the age of rampant identity theft.  But I digress.

Notice how official looking this is, then notice the black print in the gray background showing Voter Participation Center, with an address of 7109 Staples Mill Rd, #160, Richmond, VA

I decided to take a little ride to see what was at this address and here it is.

After more digging it turns out that the very same thing happened in Wisconsin back in February, including the zip code spoofing of their Government Accountability Board.  The blogger over at the Lizzie Files put up a post, showing the exact form from the same group with minor differences like the mailing address.

Also in February, VPC was sending out invalid forms in Colorado.

World Net Daily just reported that VPC doesn’t much care if they’re mailing these forms to non-citizens, either.

VPC Chief Operating Officer Gail Kitch said the potential for voter fraud and citizenship status is not the group’s concern.

“That’s not really the issue,” she said. “I couldn’t answer that question based on the level at which we’re involved. I mean, their citizenship is not something … we would not have any way of knowing that.”

Kitch added that her organization is relying on the integrity of those who receive the applications.

“I think the person themselves, the person who is receiving the form, has the obligation. We’re just sending the form; we’re not even registering people to vote,” she said.

“This is not issue we’re addressing,” she said. “In other words, is this person actually a U. S. citizen?”

Be very, very cautious this election cycle. The Democrats are up to their usual corrupt behavior and there is sure to be more of it coming down the pike.

UPDATE:  Look for more information sometime tomorrow.  This mailer was received over the weekend so contacting the State Board of Elections, the United States Postal Service or Voter Participation Center was not possible.  Those are on my To Do list for first thing tomorrow.

I’ll fill you in with the results of my discovery as soon as I can.

UPDATE: The call to the State Board of Elections was a bit disappointing, when they told me to just ‘Destroy It’, then furnished a phone number that turned out to be Voter Participation Center’s unsubscribe line.

In communications with J. Christian Adams from the Election Law Center, he indicated that it’s not illegal, even if they are spoofing the address.  But since nobody knows who is actually receiving this highly sensitive information and what their intentions are or how trustworthy the recipient is.

More calls have been made and the Attorney General’s office has been made aware, as has the Commonwealth’s Attorney.

Additional calls and inquiries are under way.

From: Disrupt the Narrative.

Voter Participation Center Partners with MoveOn.Org

28JUL

The non partisan claims of Voter Participation Center continue to be eroded. Yesterday we showed that the entire board of Women’s Voices Women Vote, the associated political wing of VPC is packed with left wing political operatives.

In today’s Richmond Times Dispatch writer Mark Bowes reveals that volunteers from MoveOn.org have been doing follow up calls to recipients of Voter Participation Center’s voter registration forms.

The link between the VPC and MoveOn.org was discovered by Walter and Judy Hoye of Rockville, who were puzzled in June when they received a voter registration form in the mail for their 38-year-old daughter, a registered voter who lives 12 miles away in Henrico County and has never lived at their current address.

The mystery deepened when they received a phone call several weeks after receiving the partially filled-out form from the Voter Participation Center.

The caller, they eventually learned, was a volunteer with MoveOn.org.

Just as a tease, later today we will show the political donations of VPC’s Page Gardner. Let’s just say that you won’t be surprised.

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C/O the Lonely Conservative

More Questionable Activities By Leftist Voter Registration Group

July 25, 2012

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The Romney campaign has asked for an investigation into a voter registration group that has been sending voter registration forms to dead people and animals in the state of Virginia. If that isn’t bad enough, the mailings by the leftist group instruct the recipients to return the forms to the State Board of Elections in pre-printed return envelopes. But the address is wrong, and the forms are actually going back to the group that sent them out. The blog Disrupt the Narrativepicked up on it when one was sent to the writer’s home.

This mailer arrived in our box for my wife today.  My first suspicion was that this mailer was under her ‘familiar’ name, not her ‘legal’ name. Plus, she’s already registered to vote.

But there was something fishy about this mailer so I couldn’t help but delve deeper.

It appeared to come from the Virginia State Board of Elections, but upon further investigation it actually came from the Voter Participation Center, which is a partner organization with the George Soros funded Center for American Progress and both groups have direct ties to the Obama White House.  It started out as part of the Tides Foundation. Looking at the biographies on these sites show lots of people with ties to the Obama and Clinton Administrations, and is part of the Democrats’ criminal syndicate. […]

The entire address for the State Board of Elections is correct up until the zip code, so this is NOT going to the State Board of Elections at all, but to some unknown post office box to land in the hands of God knows?  That you are to put your full name, Social Security Number, address and date of birth is a real cause for concern in the age of rampant identity theft.  But I digress.

Bryan Preston from the PJ Tatler added:

The Disrupt the Narrative blogger inquired about the zip code discrepancy with the US Postal Inspector, and received the following reply.

The Business Reply Mail (BRM) piece, Permit # 78103, containing the zip code 23286 is a unique zip code for BRM in the city of Richmond. The plus 4 number (0508) identifies the station in the city that the mail goes to.

BRM Permit # 78103 is issued out of Denver, CO and is issued to the Voters Participation Center. VPC has many sub accounts who use this number in different states, such as Virginia.

The bogus zip code is not a mistake or misprint. Google mapping 23286-0508 leads to a Richmond, VA park, and a query to the post office nearby at 1801 Brook Rd. in Richmond confirmed that the return address resides within that post office. The Voter Participation Center appears to be spoofing the Virginia State Board of Elections. The Voter Participation Center appears to be receiving forms that respondents believe are going to the Virginia State Board of Elections, but are not.  Why? How many states is the VPC operating in?

Be sure to follow the links above. Virginia isn’t the only place where this fishy activity has been going on, and both posts contain images of the mailers with the fake addresses. Preston followed up by sitting in on a conference call with the VPC, and the group’s representative was unable to come up with any plausible reason for the discrepancy in the addresses. According to Preston, this group is operating in twenty states. What are they up to? It’s even more suspicious when you think about how Attorney General Eric Holder is fighting voter ID laws tooth and nail.

Update: Just in case you don’t have time to follow the links, here is the list of states the VPC is operating in.

Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Mississippi, Montana, New Jersey, Nevada, New Mexico,  Ohio,  Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia and Washington

If you live in one of those states, you may want to contact your state Attorney General and ask for an investigation into this shady organization. Something definitely isn’t right here.

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From P J Media’s P J Tatler:

Posted at 1:58 pm on July 25th, 2012 by

Update: Voter Participation Center President Says Romney Campaign’s Investigation Request is ‘Absolutely Wrong and Absolutely Outrageous’

This afternoon, the Voter Participation Center held a quickly arranged conference call to react to the Romney campaign’s call for Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli to launch an investigation into the group’s activities. The Washington Post, the Richmond-Times Dispatch and PJ Media have all published reports that the group is sending out hundreds of thousands of voter registration forms in many US states, and many of those forms have been addressed to the deceased, children, and even pets. VPC founder and president Page S. Gardner led the call with a statement, in which she said that the VPC is “Stunned that the Romney campaign would try to shut down legitimate voter registration,” and that VPC is asking the Virginia attorney general to “refuse to investigate these lawful efforts.” Gardner added that the Romney campaign’s call for an investigation of the group “may rise to the level of legally interfering with Virginians’ right to vote.” Gardner dubbed the investigation request “absolutely wrong and absolutely outrageous.” Gardner described the Voter Participation Center as “non-partisan” despite the fact that she is a long-time Democratic operative, John Podesta sits on the group’s board, and the group receives its funding from leftwing groups.

Page continued her opening statement, saying that VPC has registered more than 15,000 voters in Virginia and is working in 28 states to continue voter registrations. She admitted that her group has had “small problems” with its mailings, but those problems “cannot be an excuse to shut down a legitimate” voter registration effort.

Asked if the group is complying with Virginia’s request that it stop pre-populating its voter registration forms, Gardner said that the group is going to stop.

I asked her about the zip code issue, explaining that on the group’s forms the return address for the state election board is correct up to the zip code, which is not the correct zip code but a zip code owned by the VPC. Gardner said that she did not understand the question, so I asked it again and directed her to our story. She replied that the zip code is “assigned by the postal service so they can track business reply mail.” That does not explain why the zip code leads to a post office in Richmond, VA or what happens to the forms en route to the state elections officials.

Asked how pets and the deceased have been mailed the forms, Gardner answered that her group gets some of its mailing lists from vendors, who compile their lists from consumer activity such as magazine subscriptions. Some people subscribe to magazines on behalf of their pets or using their pets’ names, those names in turn get on the VPC’s list and forms go out in the mail to those pets and others who are not eligible to vote.

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John Malcolm

“A REPUBLIC, IF YOU CAN KEEP IT.” ~BENJAMIN FRANKLIN

Why Is the Voter Participation Center Spoofing the Virginia State Board of Elections’ Return Address? 

July 26, 2012 By  Leave a Comment

By Bryan Preston | July 25, 2012 | PJ Media

Earlier today, news broke that the Romney campaign is requesting a state-level investigation of a voter registration group in Virginia. That group, the Voter Participation Center, has been sending out voter registration forms to people all over the commonwealth, hundreds of thousands of forms per month. The Washington Post and the Richmond Times-Dispatch have published stories on the Voter Participation Center and the allegations that the Romney campaign has levied against it. But both stories barely hint at what the VPC may be doing.

The center’s registration forms, some of which have been addressed to the dead, children, even pets and felons ineligible to vote in Virgina, state that recipients are eligible to vote. They come with some personal information already filled in, and instruct recipients to send the forms in to the Virginia State Board of Elections via Business Reply Mail to an address pre-printed on the form. But where do the returned forms really go? A Virginia blogger at the Disrupt the Narrative blog received one of the VPC’s forms in the mail in June 2012, and posted screen shots of the form on the blog. Click the image to enlarge it.

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Look at the screenshot of the form above. The address for the State Board of Elections is correct up to the zip code. But the zip code on the form will send it somewhere other than the actual State Board of Elections.

The group bills itself as a Washington-based voter registration group, and on the voter registration form gives its return address as 7109 Staples Mill Rd., #160, Richmond, VA 22238.

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Where is that? It certainly is not an office. Click the photos to enlarge them and see.

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The evident misdirection of the return address and the permit number registered in Pennsylvania all beg for an answer: Why? These returned registration forms contain real personal information including full legal names, date of birth, and even Social Security numbers. What is the Voter Participation Center really up to, in having forms returned to an address that it says is controlled by a state entity, when that is not the truth? Additionally, where are the completed forms really going?

The Disrupt the Narrative blogger inquired about the zip code discrepancy with the US Postal Inspector, and received the following reply.

The Business Reply Mail (BRM) piece, Permit # 78103, containing the zip code 23286 is a unique zip code for BRM in the city of Richmond. The plus 4 number (0508) identifies the station in the city that the mail goes to.

BRM Permit # 78103 is issued out of Denver, CO and is issued to the Voters Participation Center. VPC has many sub accounts who use this number in different states, such as Virginia.

The bogus zip code is not a mistake or misprint. Google mapping 23286-0508 leads to a Richmond, VA park, and a query to the post office nearby at 1801 Brook Rd. in Richmond confirmed that the return address resides within that post office. The Voter Participation Center appears to be spoofing the Virginia State Board of Elections. The Voter Participation Center appears to be receiving forms that respondents believe are going to the Virginia State Board of Elections, but are not.  Why? How many states is the VPC operating in?

As I noted in the previous post, the Voter Participation Center is not a non-partisan entity. It is run by longtime Democratic Party operative Page S. Gardner and receives funding from the Tides Center, which is funded by Democratic Party heavyweights including Teresa Heinz Kerry, wife of Sen. John Kerry (D-MA). The VPC’s Democratic connections do not stop there. John Podesta, former President Bill Clinton’s chief of staff and current chair and counselor to the Democratic advocacy group Center for American Progress, is on the Voter Participation Center’s board. The CAP is among the many groups on the political left that receive significant funding from George Soros, the billionaire who was convicted of insider trading by a French court in 2002.

The Voter Participation Center’s questionable activities are not limited to Virginia. On June 21, 2012, the Tampa Bay Times published a lengthy report on the group’s activities in Florida. The group’s tactics in Florida are similar to those it is deploying in Virginia, complete with confusing forms containing personal information. The forms went out to 420,000 Floridians, many of whom are already registered to vote and were confused to receive official-looking voter registration forms from the VPC. The VPC has also been active in Colorado this yearAccording to a Wisconsin blogger, the VPC has turned up mailing out forms in Wisconsin as well and spoofing the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board in a correct address/wrong zip code pairing similar to the method used in Virginia. VPC in Wisconsin also uses a return address that leads to a UPS box, again similar to the operation in Virginia.

Virginia, Florida, Colorado, Wisconsin — all of these states are expected to be in play in the presidential election in November, and most polling shows a tightening race in all of them. A small number of votes here and there could make a very significant difference.

To date, no one has done a comprehensive review of the Voter Participation Center’s activities in other states. If you have received a form from the Voter Participation Center, please email me at bryanp — at — pjmedia — dot — com.

Update: The VPC has posted a list of the states it was operating registration drives in in the last quarter of 2011. They are:

Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Mississippi, Montana, New Jersey, Nevada, New Mexico,  Ohio,  Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia and Washington.

They left Wisconsin off the list, most likely because they did not anticipate the recall and that Gov. Walker’s victory would help turn WI into a swing state. If you live in any of these states, you may receive a VPC registration form.

Update: The VPC held a conference call to respond to the Romney campaign’s request for an investigation. I was on the call, and here is my report.

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From Breitbart.com:

‘NON-PARTISAN’ VOTER REGISTRATION GROUP HAS TIES TO PODESTA, TOP DEMOCRATS

by TONY LEE 30 Jul 2012

Virginia may be the most important swing state in 2012. According to The Richmond Times-Dispatch, Virginians complained to their State Board of Elections about a group called the Voter Participation Center. The group sent voter registration mailers to felons, animals, children, and dead people. Mitt Romney’s campaign asked Virginia to investigate the matter.

Judicial Watch, the public interest watchdog group, has recently discovered that the group in question has ties to some of the highest officials in the political left’s establishment.

Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, told Breitbart News this “very troubling” case is yet another example of radicals working in cahoots with the Obama administration to the point where distinctions are tough to draw.

“The Story of the Obama administration is that radical activists have taken over and essentially become the establishment,” Fitton said.

A Judicial Watch investigation found that the Voter Participation Center (VPC) is a Washington, D.C. nonpartisan group that was initially called “Women’s Voices, Women Vote.”  WVWV was created in 2004 and top Democrats, such as John Podesta, Bill Clinton’s chief of staff and one of the founders of the liberal think tank, Center for American Progress, were on its board of directors.  The group changed its name in 2011 and registered with the IRS as a non-profit and non-partisan group under its current name, the VPC. Many of ACORN’s branches changed names after James O’Keefe and the late Andrew Breitbart put them out of business. The group, though, is run by Amy Young, a top-level operative on the left who has worked with the SEIU and the AFL-CIO.

Fitton said Judicial Watch would continue to investigate the situation to “find out how widespread the problem is.” Fitton conceded the damage may already have been done in Virginia because the group sent out over 200,000 third-party registration forms and has registered over 15,000 voters as of July 18. He called the mailings and subsequent registration of voters a case of “garbage in, garbage out” and said more investigations need to be conducted to figure out where ultimately the information of many of these private citizens are going.

Those returning VPC forms most likely do not know their information is being routed to post office boxes and winding up in the hands of officials from left-wing organizations such as MoveOn.org.

The VPC’s website says the group will target the “Rising American Electorate,” which they say consists of “the unmarried women, people of color, and 18- to 29-year-olds who make up 53 percent of the people in our country eligible to vote.”  These are liberal constituencies, and and Judicial Watch has discovered similar “political organizing” activities taking place in key swing states such as New Mexico, Florida and Wisconsin.

Though Fitton said the VPC’s actions represent a broader patten on the left of trying to tip the scales in elections, he said support of Voter ID laws is a nonpartisan issue because it ensures the integrity of elections and polls have shown bipartisan support for the laws.

Fitton said organizations like VPC, ACORN, and Project Vote can run amok because they know they will not be held to account by a Justice Department that more than often enables their activities.

“These groups are working with the Justice Department hand in glove,” Fitton said. “The DOJ is in their back pocket.”

Fitton said the “grassroots” on the right care deeply about voter fraud and that helps puts pressure on Democrats. But Fitton said radical liberal politicians can use these groups as front groups because they know their side runs the Justice Department.

“It’s like having the mafia advise the FBI,” Fitton said.

That is why it is incumbent upon organizations like Judicial Watch to conduct the investigations liberals in the government and the mainstream media will not do and continue to monitor how seemingly-benign organizations on the left evolve.

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C/O THE JUDICIAL WATCH BLOG

WASHINGTON, DC JULY 31, 2012 

JW Exposes Voter Participation Center Scandal

July 27, 2012 |
A Judicial Watch investigation has found that the leftwing nonprofit under scrutiny for trying to register animals, dead people, infants and felons to vote was founded by Bill Clinton’s chief of staff and a top Democratic strategist with deep union ties.

Documents uncovered by Judicial Watch reveal heavy hitters in the Democratic Party are deeply involved with the Washington D.C.-based nonprofit, Voter Participation Center (VPC), which claims to be nonpartisan. The group was created in 2004 under a different name (Women’s Voices, Women Vote—WVWV) to register “hard to find, highly mobile voters” and amplify the voices of unmarried women and historically underrepresented groups.

Clinton’s chief of staff, John Podesta, helped launch the WVWV prior to the 2004 presidential election and later served on the board, according to information uncovered in the course of JW’s probe. The organization, which officially changed its name to VPC in 2011, is registered with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) as a political advocacy group under the direction of Amy Young, a top Democratic strategist with deep roots to the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL –CIO) and the Service Employees International Union (SEIU). Young has also served as director of the Ohio Democratic Party.

The group changed its name from WVWV to VPC to reflect an expanded focus that goes beyond its original emphasis on unmarried women. This includes the entire “Rising American Electorate” which means people of color and 18-29 years olds. The VPC touts its effectiveness in registering a disproportionate number of African Americans and Hispanics to vote and in contacting, registering and mobilizing individuals who were otherwise unlikely to cast ballots.

But its questionable tactics to undermine the electoral process have caused concerns in several states, including New Mexico, Florida, Wisconsin and Virginia. VPC forms are deceiving and appear to be official when they are not, according to anews report that links a picture of the mailer. The VPC has also defended the famously corrupt Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) during its various scandals. Read all about ACORN in this special Judicial Watchreport.

Most recently the VPC has been embroiled in a major controversy in Virginia, where the State Board of Elections has received hundreds of complaints about its unscrupulous mailers, which a local newspaper says have gone out to the deceased, animals, children and felons, among others. The state’s attorney general has been asked to investigate and Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell has confirmed that “there’s clearly a problem” because the VPC mailers have created “mass voter confusion.”

The VPC says it mailed nearly 200,000 third-party registration forms to Virginia addresses in June, which resulted in 15,026 new voters being registered as of July 18, according to a local news report. The deputy secretary of Virginia’s State Board of Elections (Justin Riemer) confirms that the VPC has sent forms to deceased infants, out-of-state family members and non-U.S. citizens, among others.

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C/O RedState

Virginia voter fraud used Voter Participation Center registration form.

Stealing Virginia and maybe the presidency, Chapter 2.

There is now a smoking gun that more than justifies the Romney campaign’s concernabout the hundreds of thousands of registration forms the Voter Participation Center mailed to Virginia addresses that were partially filled out or “pre-populated” with names and/or information belonging to the recipients’ dead relatives, minor children, non-citizen relatives, already registered voters, convicted felons, and cats and dogs.

A convicted felon, living in Louisa County, Virginia, used one of the Voter Participation Center’s pre-populated forms to register to vote illegally and then cast a ballot in the 2008 presidential election. In January 2010, the felon pleaded guilty to two counts of election fraud and was sentenced to 10 years in prison with all time suspended.

According to the Richmond Times-Dispatch, Page Gardner, president and chief executive officer of the Voter Participation Center, discounts any suggestion that voter fraud can occur through the organization’s mailings. Gardner said Voter Participation Center relies on the “diligence of local election officials” to review the submitted applications, as well as on the “individual integrity of the individuals receiving the forms.”

Louisa County’s Attorney Thomas A. Garrett Jr., the guy who prosecuted the felon and is now a state senator, sees the connection, and has tough words for Page Gardner’s comments:

Garrett said Gardner is in denial if she believes that voter fraud can’t occur. “She can say … ‘We don’t know where (the felon) got it’ all she wants to,” he said. “But I do know where she got it from and it was from (Gardner’s) organization, and I got the proof. I produced the original form, which is on file and accessible to the public.” Garrett said he believes Nicholson and another felon he prosecuted for illegally registering to vote were essentially duped into breaking the law.

This is the first case of confirmed voter fraud I’ve heard of that resulted from the five million “pre-populated” voter registration forms the Voter Participation Center mailed across the country targeting Democrat-leaning voting blocs, such as unmarried women, young people and minorities. I’m sure it won’t be the last.

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C/O The Republican National Lawyers Association.

 Voter Participation Center: The Next ACORN?

Mon, Jul 30 2012 8:43 AM

The Voter Participation Center is sending voter registration forms filled out with information of the deceased, children, those already registered, noncitizens, felons and even pets out to residential mailing addresses.  The Center has compiled personal information from data vendors and sent forms to ineligible voters in 27 states.  Election authorities in New Mexico, Louisiana, Colorado and other jurisdictions have expressed concerns.

In Virginia, Bonnie Nicholson was sent such a form, sent it to Virginia election authorities and proceeded to vote in 2008.  The problem is that Nicholson was convicted of a felony in 1980, and voting by felons is against the law in Virginia.  In January of 2010, Nicholson pled guilty to two counts of election fraud and was sentenced to ten years in prison.

In New Mexico,  Secretary of State Diana Duran has expressed concern about the organization.  Duran wrote a letter to the Voter Participation Center saying, “Your methods and your mailing lists appear to have significant flaws, to the detriment of many of the recipients, as well as the integrity of the voter file in New Mexico.”  Among local election authorities, Doña Ana County Clerk Lynn Ellins warned New Mexico citizens about mailers from the Voter Participation Center.   Ellins said that French nationals have contacted the clerk’s office asking why they are being asked to register to vote.

In Louisiana, Secretary of State Tom Schedler warned voters to be wary of such forms.  Hundreds of complaints were made to the Secretary of State’s office with regard to the Voter Participation Center.

In Colorado, the forms sent out are not in compliance with state law.  The forms fail to include a signature field and affidavit required to register to vote in that state.   The Colorado Secretary of State’s office has noted such deficiencies and warned voters who used such forms to contact their local clerks to check if the form was accepted.

In Missouri, local election authorities are receiving calls from voters who are already registered but misled to believe election authorities have sent them a mailer because they are not registered to vote and need to send in the forms. “If you receive a card from the Voter Participation Center, please destroy it,” Scott County Clerk Rita Milam said.   She added, “It’s confusing people all over the state; everybody’s getting complaints about it.”

The mailings look like they are official mailings.  They arrive in privacy envelopes with the header “VOTER REGISTRATION DOCUMENTS ENCLOSED.”  A return envelope is provided to send completed forms to the election boards.  The mailings may seem like they come from election boards but actually are from an out-of-state address.

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