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22-Sep-2016 06:42

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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has turned his attention to Pennsylvania in the final days of the race, as polls there have tightened in a state that President Obama’s campaign believed it would win fairly easily. Romney turned out about 30,000 supporters Sunday night at a rally in the Philadelphia suburbs.

The New Black Panther Party was back at the polls Tuesday in Philadelphia, where its members provoked a complaint of voter intimidation in 2008.

Cases like NBPP and the case in Mississippi (as well as NVRA cases requiring cleaning up of voter rolls) were of greater priority to the Bush Administration than to the Obama administration. in Political Science from Rutgers University and J. Follow Doug on Twitter | Facebook Was I wrong before, or does Pennsylvania election law allow electioneering within 10 feet of the door?

(5) Some on the right hoped to use the controversy over NBPP to paint the Obama DOJ as politicized and to make a scandal out of a legitimate difference in opinion over DOJ prosecutorial priorities and prosecutorial discretion. No, I didn’t much care for King Minister Shamik Shabazz, aka Maurice Heath, standing around by the door. Like or Dislike: Relying upon a leftist blog that uses leftist sources to confirm your left leaning biases?

(4) The decision of how to handle the controversy does provide a window into the shift between the Bush and Obama administrations over how to handle claims of voting rights violations against non-minority voters.

The DOJ has limited resources and needs to prioritize. He joined the staff of OTB in May, 2010 and also writes at Below The Beltway.

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The reporter, Victor Fiorillo, told the man he was going to take his photograph.“No pictures, please,” he replied.In a nutshell, here’s what happened, according to numerous media accounts: On Election Day, Nov.4, 2008, the New Black Panther Party sent 300 members to polling places across Philadelphia.Is the e-mail true that says Attorney General Eric Holder backed off pursuing a slam-dunk case against the New Black Panther Party on voter intimidation charges because the Obama administration does not want to prosecute minorities for civil rights violations?This was the contention of anchor Bill O’Reilly and several of his colleagues at Fox News.

The reporter, Victor Fiorillo, told the man he was going to take his photograph.“No pictures, please,” he replied.

In a nutshell, here’s what happened, according to numerous media accounts: On Election Day, Nov.

4, 2008, the New Black Panther Party sent 300 members to polling places across Philadelphia.

Is the e-mail true that says Attorney General Eric Holder backed off pursuing a slam-dunk case against the New Black Panther Party on voter intimidation charges because the Obama administration does not want to prosecute minorities for civil rights violations?

This was the contention of anchor Bill O’Reilly and several of his colleagues at Fox News.

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