St. Louis tea party issued this release:
Epic Fail in Voter Fraud Leads to Investigation in Missouri 3rd Race
(November 2, 2010) Three precincts in the city of St. Louis delivered 3,800 votes for Carnahan in the last hour of counting. This is Brian Wahby’s district. The same Brian Wahby who admittedly funneled $10,000 back to himself via a Democratic Campaign Committee, as reported by the St Louis Post Dispatch. Ironically, Wahby’s wife also works for Mayor Francis Slay. They waited until they knew how many votes they needed, then they manufactured them.
How many dead or non-existent people voted in Wahby’s precincts? That question remains to be answered. Secretary of State reacted in a very guarded manner when questioned by the St Louis Tea Party Coalition yesterday on the apparent crash of their Voter Verification System. More so, Secretary of State, Robin Carnanhan continued to campaign amidst the epic fail, and failed to comply with 115.136. 1. of the Missouri Statute regarding National Voter Registration Act.
We have confirmed voter Fraud in the City of St Louis, the City of Arnold, a downed Voter Verification System, and the St Louis City Board of Elections manning polls with The St. Louis City Board of Elections is using a security service, Special Services, that has a long standing relationship with the Carnahan family. The Ed Martin for Congress campaign was alerted yesterday, from a fellow board member that, despite opposition, Democratic chairwoman, Eileen McCann, hired Special Services.
So, what does this all add up to? A major investigation. The St Louis Tea Party Coalition, who endorsed Ed Martin, has already begun unraveling the corruption and has pledged to push forward until the truth is revealed. One spokesperson for the organization stated at a Watch Party last night, “Novemeber 3rd, we begin”. Holding true to this statement, the organization has gone into watchdog mode.
The St Louis Tea Party Coalition <http://stlouisteaparty.com> is a loosely assembled group of people and small grassroots organizations focused on clean government, honest elections, and constitutional governance. Persons interested in volunteering or learning more about the St Louis Tea Party Coalition, please contact Jen Ennenbach 314-200-5860, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org. For additional information on the St Louis Tea Party Coalition, visit www.stlouisteaparty.com