Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Crime fighting U. S. Senate candidate Andy Martin asks federal/state investigation of vote fraud in Chicago

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January 15, 2008

Lynn McCarthy, Esq.
Assistant State Attorney
2650 S. California
Chicago, IL 60608
via fax (773) 869-5574

Chicago Board of Election
69 W. Washington
Chicago, IL 60602
via fax (312) 269-0626

Hon. Patrick Fitzgerald
United States Attorney
219 S. Dearborn
Chicago, IL 60604
via fax (312) 353-4322

Hon Lisa Madigan
Illinois Attorney General
100 W. Randolph Street
Chicago, IL 60601
via fax (312) 814-5024

Re: Voting fraud/irregularities in U. S. Senate primary

Dear Public officials:

At approximately 1:43 P. M. today I received a call from [redacted]. Mr. [redacted] is an attorney. Mr. [redacted] told me he had gone to vote, and was assigned to voting machine 009827 at Site 51, 69 W. Washington. When he inserted his card, he found that the machine had already voted for Mitt Romney and Steve Sauerberg.

Mr. [redacted] said he spoke with the supervisor (phon: "Latisha" and she gave him a new machine). [Redacted] can be contacted at (312) [redacted]. Mr. [Redacted] authorized me to release his name to law enforcement and investigative agencies but has not yet authorized me to release his name to the media.

Mr. [redacted's] allegation is obviously a very serious one, particularly since we have no idea how prevalent the fraud/glitch is, and particularly since it comes after many ballots have already been cast on day #1.

Most respectfully I would ask that you open an emergency investigation of how prevalent these irregularities are, so that the vote fraud can stop.

As a federal candidate, I am protected by the full extent of federal criminal and civil remedies.

Please feel free to contact me for any further information. Please be advised I have no personal knowledge of the situation and have relied on Mr. [redacted's] status as an officer of the court to validate his credibility in this matter.

Respectfully submitted,



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