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Why Democrats Want Open Voting

One of the issues this election raised by the democrats has been the call to let people vote at any precinct in their state rather than only in the precint where they are registered. Republicans have opposed this on the grounds that it opens the doors for tremendous voter fraud.

Yesterday evening, I learned why the democrats are so inclined. When I got home, in addition to a message from President Bush asking me to vote for him, there was also a message from a democrat volunteer encouraging me to vote for Kerry.

The ironic thing, my polling place, as identified by the democratic volunteer in the message, was incorrect.

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