Maryland Democratic Congressional Candidate Wendy Rosen Quits Race Amid Voter Fraud Allegations … Caught Voting in Two States, Florida & Maryland
VOTER FRAUD …
It appears that voter fraud has caused one of their own to drop out of a Congressional race. Wendy Rosen, a Maryland Democrat Congressional candidate has quit the race against freshman Rep. Andy Harris (R) in the Eastern Shore-based 1st Congressional District amid voter fraud allegations. Hmm, I guess voter fraud does exist. So much for that Democrat narrative that none exists. As stated at the PJ Tatler, kinda hard to say none exists when one of your candidates has to step down because of voter fraud. Of course Democrats will find a way to spin this that this is not real voter fraud.
A Maryland Democratic candidate quit her congressional race Monday after her own party told state officials that she had committed fraud by voting in both Maryland and Florida in recent elections.
Wendy Rosen, a small-business owner running against freshman Rep. Andy Harris (R) in the Eastern Shore-based 1st Congressional District, released a statement saying that “with great regret, and much sorrow” she was resigning from the contest.
“Personal issues have made this the hardest decision that I have had to make,” Rosen said
Rosen’s announcement came the same day the state Democratic party released a letter to state Attorney General Douglas Gansler and state prosecutors reporting the allegations against Rosen.
Letter issued by state Democratic party to state Attorney General Douglas Gansler and state prosecutors reporting the allegations against Rosen.
“The Maryland Democratic Party has discovered that Ms. Rosen has been registered to vote in both Florida and Maryland since at least 2006; that she in fact voted in the 2006 general election both in Florida and Maryland; and that she voted in the presidential preference primaries held in both Florida and Maryland in 2008,” wrote Yvette Lewis, the state party chair. “This information is based on an examination of the voter files from both states. We believe that this is a clear violation of Maryland law and urge the appropriate office to conduct a full investigation.”