Monday, August 6, 2012

Mitt Romney’s campaign called Obama campaign’s actions “despicable” and “offensive” for lawsuit suppressing military vote

Ohio is a crucial state to both campaigns, but whoever at the Obama campaign thought filing a lawsuit to suppress the military vote in Ohio was a good idea is a complete idiot.

Via Breitbart News:
Breitbart News broke the story that the Obama campaign and the Democratic National Committee were suing Ohio’s Attorney General and Secretary of State to prevent military voters from being granted three extra days of early voting. The Obama campaign argued it was unconstitutional and arbitrary for Ohio to grant special privileged to military voters. This was not the first time Democrats targeted military voters.
On Sunday, Mitt Romney’s campaign called Obama campaign’s actions “despicable” and “offensive.”
“We disagree with the basic premise that it is ‘arbitrary’ and unconstitutional to give three extra days of in-person early voting to military voters and their families, and believe it is a dangerous and offensive argument for President Obama and the DNC to make,” Romney’s General Council Katie Biber said in a statement. “It is not only constitutional, but commendable that the Ohio legislature granted military voters and their families this accommodation.
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