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If you can`t win elections, change the rules.

Friday, February 17, 2006

"Despite warnings from people such as the chairman of Maryland`s State Board of Elections that the new rules are inviting voter fraud," writes John Lott, "the General Assembly has pushed through regulations weakening safeguards on provisional ballots, absentee ballots and a long early voting period. Not satisfied, the legislature now wants to make it easier for convicted murderers, rapists, armed robbers and other violent criminals to vote."

Read Original at: Baltimore Sun

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