Minnesota Majority claims they've found thousands of voter fraud cases

Minnesota Majority says its investigation into the 2008 general election has found more than 3,000 ballots they say were cast by ineligible felons. Minnesota Majority officials say their report is just 'the tip of the iceberg' and believe voter fraud may account for 3 percent of the vote in any given election in the U.S.
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Minnesota Majority says its investigation into the 2008 general election has found more than 3,000 ballots they say were cast by ineligible felons. Minnesota Majority officials say their report is just 'the tip of the iceberg' and believe voter fraud may account for 3 percent of the vote in any given election in the U.S.

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