UNBELIEVABLE! An Ohio judge has ruled that homeless people can use a park bench as their address in order to vote. Allowing people to vote is one thing and granted homeless people should be allowed to vote if that is their choice, however, that does not mean the homeless should be allowed a greater potential of voter fraud by not knowing who they really claim to be.
A federal judge in Ohio has ruled that counties must allow homeless voters to list park benches and other locations that aren’t buildings as their addresses.
U.S. District Judge Edmund Sargus also ruled that provisional ballots can’t be invalidated because of poll worker errors.
Monday’s ruling resolved the final two pieces of a settlement between the Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless and Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner.
With all the issues of ACORN and voter fraud, how can anyone in good conscience allow a park bench to be used as a legal address in order for people to vote. This would mean that anyone could go to a swing state like OH, claim they are homeless, state that the park bench under the tree next to the duck pond is their home and be allowed to vote. If anyone does not think that voter fraud will ensue from that then you have just not been paying attention during this Presidential election.