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(NaturalNews) A new Project Veritas video by guerrilla documentarian James O'Keefe has once again caught liberal activists working to commit voter fraud, just the latest in a string of such incidents, even though Democrats are the most vocal in claiming that such fraud is nonexistent.

The video, which can be viewed here, begins by explaining that fraud advocates are working on the campaign of Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Udall of Colorado, who is up for reelection in a race that has been unusually close.

"Project Veritas Action found a number of people in Colorado who don't seem to have much problem with illegal voting," says the male voice-over, as the video opens.

'It's not even like lying or stealing'

The video then quotes a woman identified as Meredith Hicks, director of the liberal Work For Progress organization, which focuses on voter registration, among other issues, as condoning the filling out of blank ballots that have been thrown away.

Work For Progress (WFP) describes itself as a "nonprofit dedicated to strengthening social change organizations and progressive campaigns that work for social justice, a fair economy, consumer protections, clean energy, and the environment." Progressive is a term for liberal, left-wing politics.

"I mean, that's not even like lying or stealing. If someone throws out a ballot, like, if you want to fill it out, you should do it," Hicks says.

In the next part of the video, a man posing as a student says to another WFP worker, identified as Christina Topping, that he has a lot of "buddies in a fraternity" who moved out of state and left behind mail-in ballots that they likely won't use.

"Like, a bunch of seniors are going to move out of these frats, that I am friends with," says the Project Veritas Action undercover investigator. "And we think they're probably going to, they're all registered, they've moved out of state. They are all going to get their ballots sent to..."

Topping cuts him off and says, "So, you just vote for them with those ballots?"

"Yeah," answers the investigator, to which Toppin replies: "Yeah. I mean, it's putting the votes to good use. So really, truly, like, yeah, that's awesome."

O'Keefe says the examples of fraud that he and his team uncovered in Colorado (and elsewhere) should cause all Americans of any political persuasion some concern. He adds that Colorado is one of three states (all run by Democrats) that will have all mail-in ballots beginning with the coming midterm elections.

Other examples favor Democrats

O'Keefe interviews Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler, who said that, "historically," more voter fraud has occurred with mail-in ballots.

"[O]ne of the most popular avenues for voter fraud is mail ballot," Gessler says.

Again, you can see the entire video report here.

Here are some additional recent examples of alleged fraud:

Maricopa County, Arizona, Aug. 26: According to TheBlaze, the chairman of the Republican Party of Maricopa County says he witnessed a "violent thug" who appeared to be stuffing ballots. When the man noticed that the chairman, A.J. Lafaro, was watching him, he became vulgar and very angry.

"A person wearing a Citizens for a Better Arizona T-shirt dropped a large box of hundreds of early ballots on the table and started stuffing the ballot box as I watched in amazement," Lafaro said, adding that he was attempting to stuff "hundreds" of ballots. Citizens for a Better Arizona is also a liberal organization; one "news story" on the group's website brags about sending a "conservative" lawmaker "a toilet."

Only Democrats: The Washington Times reported that a Republican candidate for the state legislature was shocked to learn that a vote he cast for himself in Chicago was "erroneously" given instead to his Democrat opponent.

"While early voting at the Schaumburg Public Library today, I tried to cast a vote for myself and instead it cast the vote for my opponent," the candidate, Jim Moynihan, said in a blog that he linked to on Twitter. "You could imagine my surprise as the same thing happened with a number of races when I tried to vote for a Republican and the machine registered a vote for a Democrat."

He said he alerted ballot officials who claimed that the machine had not been calibrated properly.






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