Maine GOP Chairman Charlie Webster Claims Hundreds of Unkown Black People Voted in Rural Towns

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Maine GOP Chairman Charlie Webster Claims Hundreds of Unkown Black People Voted in Rural Towns

More race-baiting from the Republican Party:  Maine GOP chairman Charlie Webster is alleging possible voter fraud, saying that  groups of unknown black people showed up in some rural towns to vote on Election Day.

“In some parts of rural Maine, there were dozens, dozens of black people who came in and voted on Election Day,” he said. “Everybody has a right to vote, but nobody in (these) towns knows anyone who’s black. How did that happen? I don’t know. We’re going to find out.”

When asked about the issue in an interview Wednesday with the Portland Press Herald, Webster again refused to provide specifics. He said his point is not that the new voters were black, but that they were not recognized by town officials.

“I’m not talking about 15 or 20. I’m talking hundreds,” he said Wednesday. “I’m not politically correct and maybe I shouldn’t have said these voters were black, but anyone who suggests I have a bias toward any race or group, frankly, that’s sleazy.” Source

The Republicans tried to suppress the black and Hispanic vote and it backfired, now they are making up lies about black voter fraud. Give me a break. Guess what? Four more years of Obama. The Republican Party wants black and Hispanic votes, but is content to insult us as they hold their hands out.

Charlie Webster, another bitter Republican bitching over Mitt Romney’s loss:

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 Maine GOP Chairman Charlie Webster Claims Hundreds of Unkown Black People Voted in Rural Towns
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