According to this Associate Press story, among the voter-registration forms submitted by ACORN, the Jackson County election board has so far "identified about 100 duplicates, and probably 280 addresses that don't exist, people who have driver's license numbers that won't verify or Social Security numbers that won't verify. Some have no address at all."
How does ACORN do it? Christopher Barkley, a Domino's Pizza employee in Cleveland came clean to the New York Post. In their story today, Barkley estimated that he had registered 10 or 15 times after being hounded by ACORN's community organizers. He says that he "kept getting approached by folks who asked me to register. They'd ask me if I was registered. I'd say yes, and they'd ask me to do it again. Some of them were getting paid to collect names. That was their sob story and I bought it."
If an election is close, will it be legitimate votes that sway the result? Or will frauds and fakes decide who becomes the next president? Governor?