John Morse and Angela Giron are being recalled today and they may survive based on new rules that allow cheating in Colorado. You can live in one county and vote in another one. How? Easily. You just notify the county’s voting board that you are planning to move to that county soon. No proof is needed and no one will ever check up on you later. Coincidentally, or not, the bill was sponsored by Senator Angela Giron.
To prove his point, Jon Caldera did just that and was able to vote in another county, although he has no intention of actually moving anywhere. Some democrats are calling for his arrest even though, just last month, they called for the Secretary of State to resign when he announced he was kicking 155 illegal immigrants from the voting registration, when he discovered they had all gotten out of jury duty, by declaring that they weren’t American citizens. Caldera said he was proving how easy cheating in tomorrow’s contests will be.
Morse and Giron were recalled, after their constituents got angry over their support for new draconian gun laws. Caldera observed that the new law allows anyone who has lived in Colorado to vote, if they’ve lived in Colorado for at least 22 days, in the two affected counties. Nice trick if you can pull it off. Didn’t you see that Eric Holder?
Steven Ahle is the Editor of Red Statements and a regular contributor to The D.C. Clothesline.