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ACORN Worker Sentenced for False Voter Registrations

In Washington State, another reminder that the union-funded group known as ACORN keeps bumping up against legal trouble during elections. A man will get 30 days of detention for submitting false voter registrations, and:

Olson was one of seven workers for a 2006 voter-registration drive conducted by the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, or ACORN, who were indicted in July on charges that they made up names of voters, forged signatures and turned in bogus registrations to elections officials in Seattle …

Two other ACORN workers — Tina Johnson of Tacoma and Jayson Woods of Elkridge, Md. — have pleaded guilty and await sentencing. The cases against the other defendants are pending.

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