me, “anything with an account number.”
In reality, commercial mail, with theexception of utility bills, is not acceptable for proving residence.iii.
Out of district voters: The Chief Election Inspector at Humble Park, a Mr.Mosby, was prepared to allow a Sturtevant resident to vote at Humble Park. Itwas only after I pointed out that it was an entirely different municipality that hetold the voter he could not vote there. He then asked me to move so that Icould not hear or see the documentation of other voters.iv.
Allowed to vote 3 times: A voter at Martin Luther King Community Center wasallowed to vote three times. After being challenged on the third visit to thepolls, her ballot was flagged and the challenge logged, but the ballot was putinto the machine.v.
Challenge ignored : At the John Bryant Community Center, where I observed anindividual attempting to register to vote, using a handwritten tear-out rentreceipt, bearing the date 6/5/2012, to establish residency. I made a commentto the poll worker at the registration desk that the document did serve as proof of residency. The Chief Election Inspector, Lillie Cameron, heard my comment,walked over, and began to chastise me for talking to the poll worker.I told her that it was my intention to challenge the elector. She ignored mystatement. I told her, again, emphatically, that I challenged the elector. Ms.Cameron again ignored my challenge.The voter, having completed his registration, got in line to vote. I waited thereat the table, and when he reached the front of the line, I stated loudly andemphatically that I challenged the elector. Ms. Cameron, and the poll workersmade no acknowledgment of my challenge.
At that point, I began to yell “I am
challenging this elector!
You cannot give him a ballot!”
Ms. Cameron, and the poll workers, completely ignored my challenge, andallowed the elector to receive a ballot. They blatantly and defiantly ignored mylegal right of challenge, and allowed someone to vote who had notdemonstrated, according to the requirements of the law, that they were aresident of that ward and district.b.
Announcing the voter: In many cases, poll workers had to be repeatedlyreminded that voters were to state their name and address upon approachingthe table, and were not to be prompted by poll workers. Prompting couldfacilitate election fraud.