Voter Participation Center
Voter Participation Center is a 501(c)3 tax exempt, fake non-partisan voter registration organization that works exclusively to elect Democrats. They made the news for voter fraud and in July 2012, for registering dogs and cats, dead relatives, minor children, non-citizen relatives, and convicted felons in Virginia. The organization has been cited for similar issues in North Carolina, Louisiana, Arkansas, Arizona, Wisconsin, Colorado, Kentucky and South Carolina, to name a few. Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney's campaign asked Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli to investigate.
The Washington-based Voter Participation Center was formerly known as "Women's Voices. Women Vote," and they formed in 2004. One of its' board members is John Podesta of Center for American Progress, the group funded by George Soros.
|“||the group sent out over 200,000 third-party registration forms and has registered over 15,000 voters as of July 18.||”|
- Voter group has history of problems, WSLS NBC 10, July 29,2012
- 'NON-PARTISAN' VOTER REGISTRATION GROUP HAS TIES TO PODESTA, TOP DEMOCRATS, Breitbart.com, July 30, 2012
- Voter registration group, MoveOn linked, GoDanRiver.com, July 28, 2012