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Registering to vote can now be done online

Original post made on Sep 20, 2012

The process of registering to vote in California changed significantly on Wednesday, Sept. 19. New residents and Californians who've changed an address, party affiliation or name since the last election can now register online.

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Posted by There you go agaiun, Democrats!
a resident of Menlo Park: Sharon Heights
on Sep 20, 2012 at 8:14 pm

Good grief! As if voter fraud weren't already encouraged enough with Motor-Voter laws, restrictions on states cleaning up voter lists (to remove the dead and double-registered) and the busing-in to the polls of various government welfare-recipients by motivated groups like ACORN. Now we have yet another way for the unqaulified, self-interested and crooked to slip their invalid votes into the American system. Where will this all end? Another term dominated by the incumbents we have now? Heaven forbid!


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Posted by Hank Doyle
a resident of Menlo Park: Sharon Heights
on Sep 20, 2012 at 9:55 pm

[Portion removed; don't speculate on other posters' identities.]

And offer real ##evidence## of voter or election fraud, as opposed to fringe right fear mongering.

Incumbents?

You betcha, Sarah! They're all coming back: Barack Obama, Jumpin' joe Biden, Hilary Clinton, Nancy Pelosi (maybe with gavel!) Dianne Feinstein, Jackie Speier, Anna Eshoo, etc..

Isn't California grand! Aren't you glad you live here!!!

yippee!