Senator Christopher Bond has concerns about voting problems in Missouri in the last year. And he is once again taking those concerns to the floor of the U.S. Senate. Bond says Missouri’s Secretary of State has outlined four basic voter fraud schemes used in St. Louis: people registered more than once; dead people were listed as voting; false names and addresses were used; and there was the use of drop sites – the registering of several names at the same address. Bond suggests revisiting the 1993 Motor Voter Law, which he claims contains loopholes making vote fraud easy.
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