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SEIU Backed Organizing Group Registered “Adolf Hitler” to Vote

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Voter fraud is always a serious issue, and after the SEIU’s well-documented connection to ACORN, you would think they would watch the voter recruitment firms they pay very closely. However, when it comes to SEIU-backed FieldWorks, it looks like voter fraud is happening again:

The listing, “Adolf Hitler, John…666 Heltz…la,” puts his supposed residence in Los Angeles.

It was part of a batch of roughly 200 voter registrations that election officials say were flagged as possibly fraudulent, forged, or duplicated by the group that collected them, FieldWorks, a private Washington, D.C. based firm.

FieldWorks, says it works largely with Democratic candidates, causes and progressive organizations collecting signatures for voter registration or ballot initiatives across the country.

The SEIU has been using the services of FieldWorks, paying them upwards of $46,000 to canvas for voters for Obama in Colorado. FieldWorks received $2.5 million for services to various liberal issue groups between 2008 and 2010 for everything from consulting services to voter contact.

While FieldWorks claims they meant no wrong when it came to the suspicious ballots, it is clear that once again the SEIU is supporting another left wing group that employs the same tactics that ACORN did. The SEIU should step away from this group immediately and renounce FieldWorks’ tactics.

This kind of shenanigan may seem ridiculous given that John Adolf Hitler is clearly a made up name, but voter fraud is no laughing matter. The SEIU needs to distance themselves from this group.

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If this does not load, you can see the video at video.foxnews.com Voter fraud is always a serious issue, and after the SEIU’s well-documented connection to ACORN, you would think they would watch the voter recruitment firms they pay very closely. However, when it comes to SEIU-backed FieldWorks, it looks like voter fraud is happening […]

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Heard Through the Grape Vine

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According to the Politico, while working as the White House Political Director, Patrick Gaspard, the former political director of SEIU’s local 1199, failed to report on his financial disclosure payments of nearly $40,000 from SEIU Local 1199.  The money that went unreported on his 2009 financial disclosure, Gaspard claims is severance and back pay for unused vacation and sick leave from Local 1199.  According to the Politico, Gaspard checked a box on the disclosure which stated he had no income from previous employers to declare in 2009, yet he did.

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Heard Through the Grape Vine

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Fortune Magazine columnist Nina Easton recently questioned SEIU’s Stephen Lerner about the union’s raucous protest outside the home of bank attorney Greg Baer that frightened his teenage son who was at home alone and intimidated police afraid to “incite” trespassing union members by taking action. Lerner accused the female journalist of being “emotional” by questioning such tactics, an arguably sexist comment from a senior official from a union that just recently elected its first female president.

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Fortune Magazine columnist Nina Easton recently questioned SEIU’s Stephen Lerner about the union’s raucous protest outside the home of bank attorney Greg Baer that frightened his teenage son who was at home alone and intimidated police afraid to “incite” trespassing union members by taking action. Lerner accused the female journalist of being “emotional” by questioning such tactics, an arguably sexist comment from a senior official from a union that just recently elected its first female president.

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