HEADS UP! -Barack Obama’s 2014 Election Theft Commission Report
by Ulsterman on January 22, 2014
Barack Obama is attending a little meeting this morning at the White House that will likely be all but ignored by both media and pundits. It’s with a group his White House, under the direction of Valerie Jarrett, initiated last year involving the election process. Now tell me reader, how comfortable are you with the idea of THIS White House, working extra hard to influence the upcoming election process? Yeah, me neither…
What Barack Obama did for 2012, he hopes to do again for the 2014 Midterms.
_______________________________________________Check out this portion of the president’s White House schedule for today:
10:45 am || Meets with the President’s Commission on Election Administration on voter access
Just what is the “President’s Commission on Election Administration on voter access”?
Here’s an official blurb on the newly formed group, from May of 2013:
Presidential Commission on Election Administration Launched
WASHINGTON, May 21, 2013 — The Presidential Commission on Election Administration was officially launched today, following President Barack Obama’s State of the Union pledge to identify non-partisan ways to shorten lines at polling places, promote the efficient conduct of elections, and provide better access to the polls for all voters. LINK
Now check out this public statement given TODAY by this same organization:
Presidential Commission on Election Administration Presents Recommendations to President Obama
WASHINGTON, Jan. 22, 2014 – The Presidential Commission on Election Administration today presented President Obama with a series of recommendations designed to help local and state elections officials improve all voters’ experience in casting their ballots. The Report is based on a six-month study conducted by the 10-Member Commission of the problems that have plagued voting in the past and the issues that will confront the American voter in the future.
The Commission concluded unanimously that the “problems that hinder the efficient administration of elections are both identifiable and solvable.” The Report offers certain key recommendations and numerous administrative best practices to improve the problem areas identified in the President’s Executive Order charging the Commission. In formulating these recommendations, the Commission heard testimony from around the country and received and evaluated the results of a survey of thousands of state and local administrators. LINK