Two people going to jail in Ohio is not overwhelming evidence of fraud.<quoted text>
I don't defend them, but I like the truth, and the truth is that ACORN has never tried to assist someone in voting twice, and nobody has ever used an ACORN registration to vote twice.
So ACORN did not help Obama win through voter fraud as many contend.
As for nobody being in jail for Ohio in 2004 - you didn't read. There are two people headed to jail - low level people of course but that's always the way.
Still - alot more information about proven voter fraud in Ohio in 2004 (like Bush getting more votes in one country than there were registered voters - a 124% turnout) than has ever been associtated with ACORN.
Now on the other hand,there are a number of states where ACORN has been charged with voter fraud.
Elsewhere, Washington state prosecutors fined Acorn $25,000 after several
employees were convicted of voter registration fraud in 2007. The group
signed a consent decree with King County (Seattle), requiring it to beef up
its oversight or face criminal prosecution. In the 2008 election, Acorn's
practices led to investigations, some ongoing,
***in 14 other states.***
"ACORN has never tried to assist someone in voting twice, and nobody has ever used an ACORN registration to vote twice."
Then why were they involved in Voter fraud? In plain English what was they goal?