The Ottumwa Courier

October 31, 2012

Avoid voter fraud, destruction of ballots


submitted

OTTUMWA — It has been reported that the Ames company where Mitt spoke recently had received approximately $600,000 in stimulus funds. It is kind of ironic that Mitt says the stimulus did nothing to help small business.

It has also been reported that Mitt and associates reaped almost $115 million from the auto bailout. Amazing, don’t you think?

To avoid voter fraud and the destroying of absentee ballots, which a lot of us older voters use, why not send a notice to the voter that their ballot has been received at the auditor’s office. With all of the modern technology, that should not be so difficult.

Kermit Schwartz

Ottumwa