Remember that SEIU-backed group called ACORN, which supposedly wasn’t really tied to voter fraud (even though troubling incidents have popped up in more than a dozen states)? You can add another state to your play-at-home Rotten Acorn map. Here’s the latest out of Washington State:
Prosecutors in King County are looking at possible criminal charges related to a voter-registration drive in 2006, echoing the controversy that erupted after voting irregularities in the razor-close gubernatorial election of 2004.
Acting prosecutor Dan Satterberg is reviewing 1,829 voter-registration forms turned in last year by people working for the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, a national activist group.
This is a huge embarrassment to the union bosses who fund the group, which is why so many are doing their darndest to say “this is not the fraud you’re looking for.” C’mon, get real.