Melowese voted twice for herself in 2012 and three times for her comatose sister.
Voter fraud isn't a problem.
That's why the Ohio Legislative Black Caucus is pushing the “Voters’ Bill of Rights” amendment which would, among other things, write "write voter identification" into the Ohio Constitution preventing any move to "require photo ID."
That would certainly benefit committed Democrats like Melowese Richardson who voted five times. She was sentenced to 5 years in prison, but the Democratic Party does not abandon its own. So she got probation instead.
The Rev. Al Sharpton, keynote speaker at Thursday’s rally to kick-off the campaign for an Ohio Voters’ Bill of Rights Ohio Constitutional amendment, hugged Melowese Richardson.
Richardson was among the more than 400 at Word of Deliverance Church in Forest Park when Cincinnati National Action Network President Bobby Hilton called her on stage for a “welcome home.”
Melowese voted twice for herself in 2012 and three times for her comatose sister. She admitted to sending an absentee ballot in for her granddaughter, who subsequently voted in person on election day. Three additional absentee ballots were also generated from Richardson’s home address, and all bore similar handwriting.
Now multiply Melowese Richardson and keep multiplying. That's the Democratic Party's margin of victory in many elections.
This is why the Democratic Party furiously campaigns Voter ID and screeches racism at the very mention of the word.
The “Voters’ Bill of Rights” should really be named the "Melowese Richardson Multiple Fraud Voting Empowerment Act."