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Sunday, December 25, 2005 

Voter Fraud?

Here close to home a problem is brewing as I see it. In the town of Greeley Colorado there has been claims of racism and anti Mexican feelings.

From the Greeley Tribune:

Latino voters wanted


The idea crept into Susanne Villarreal's head when she helped register voters with the John Kerry presidential campaign in 2004.

It hit her this past month when she witnessed hundreds of Latinos stand up to a proposal for an Immigration and Customs Enforcement office in Greeley.

We need to get more Latinos registered to vote, she thought.

The goal of the program, Voto Latino, is to register 5,000 new Latino voters in Weld County, educate them on the issues and ensure they vote in the 2006 election.

A lack of Latino representation on boards and commissions has plagued the city during the past decade. Currently, minorities represent 20 of 196 board and commission members, or 10 percent.

An investigation of city records shows that on 12 boards since 1995, Latinos -- who account for 29 percent of Greeley's 85,815 residents -- accounted for 14 percent of members.

Two boards -- the Water and Sewer Board and the Greeley/Weld Economic Development Action Partnership -- haven't had a single Latino member in 10 years.

The flip side is that fewer Latinos apply for the seats. Since 1995, only 10 percent of denied applicants were Latinos.

The program should begin registering voters next month, Villarreal said.

Carlos Leal, a former member of the Greeley City Council and Greeley-Evans School District 6 board, said voter registration campaigns are always a good idea for any group of people.

"It's going to lead to representation of people that is fair and equitable and represents all the people of the community," Leal said.

"Things like that are the ones that catch people's attention and that's the way people get involved," Leal said. "What you are seeing is an issue that brings out the grass-roots participation."

Villarreal, a flight attendant with United Airlines, has always been active in politics, working on numerous presidential campaigns. But this year, she's stepped up her involvement by running for city council (she said she plans to run again), helping out with Latinos Unidos and heading up the Voto Latino effort.

She said it's time to take a leadership role.

"We want to keep the momentum going," Villarreal said. "Now that the people are geared up and fired up."


HAVEING A VOTOR DRIVE I AM IN FAVOR OF. HOWEVER THE MAIN PROBLEM I SEE THATIS GOING TO CREEP UP IS CASES OF VOTER FRAUD. I SAY VOTER FRAUD BECAUSE IT IS ILLEGAL TO MISRTEPRESENT YOUR VOTE. BY NOT BEING A LEGAL CITIZEN YOU DO NOT GET TO VOTE!!! HOW IS IT THAT NON CITIZENS MAY DETERMINE WHO IS RUNNING OUR GOVERNMENTS LOCAL AND OR NATIONAL. DOES THIS NOT SMELL OF FOREIGN INTRUSION UPON OUR NATIONAL SOVERIEGNTY? I AGREE THAT A BETTER MIX OF REPRESENTATION IS ALWAYS A GOOD THING WHEN IT COMES TO GOVERNMENT, HOWEVER WHO IS TO BE ELECTED? WHAT IS THEIR CITIZENSHIP STATUS? YES THEIR CITIZENSHIP STATUS. THE ONLY OFFICE THAT IS RESTRICTED IS THAT OF THE PRESIDENT AND THE CONSTITUTION SAYS YOU HAVE TO BE BORN HERE TO BE PRESIDENT. ALL OTHERS ONLY SAY CITIZENSHIP OF THIS COUNTRY. YET IF YOU LOOK HARD ENOUGH ON THE INTERNET YOU WILL FIND PLACES THAT DO NOT EVER QUESTION THIS AND THUS BRING IN OUTSIDE INTERESTS THAT ARE NOT IN THE BEST FAVOR OF THIS COUNTRY.
BY ALLOWING ILLEGALS TO VOTE AND PERHAPS RUN AND BE ELECTED TO OFFICE IT DEFEATS THE PURPOSE OF EVEN HAVING A COUNTRY OF OUR OWN.


OTHER NOTEWORTHY PROBLEMS IN GREELEY:

Who and what do the Latinos Unidos represent?

The group emerged last October in opposition to a resolution in support an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) office in Greeley. The members say they plan to continue representing Latinos and the issues they face. In the future, the group would like to become a social justice group that defends anyone -- regardless of ethnicity or gender -- that has suffered discrimination or injustice.

The group has the support of members of the Hispanic Leadership Council, Hispanic Women of Weld County, Al Frente de Lucha, the Scott-Eppel Neighborhood watch group, the International League of Women for Peace and Freedom and Congregations Building Community. (ALL GROUPS WHICH SUPPORT OPEN BOARDERS AND NO IMMIGRATION LAWS)

Why do they oppose an ICE office in Greeley?

One, they believe officials haven't demonstrated statistics that support the need for such an office. They've asked repeatedly to see proof that illegal immigrants are responsible for the gang, methamphetamine and violent crimes.
( AFACT THAT HAS BEEN PROVEN BY THE LOCAL AND FEDERAL AUTHORITY WHICH THEY CLAIM ARE RACIST AND BIAS FIGURES.)

Two, they say an ICE office will create more division in the community, adversely affect U.S. citizen Latinos who will be stereotyped, and hurt illegal immigrants who are here to work and help the economy. (THE FACT IT WOULD REMOVE ILLEGALS WHO ARE HERE AND NOT PAYING TAXES NOR CONTRIBUTING TO THE POPULACE OTHER THEN DOING MANUAL LABORER)

Three, they believe officials should focus not only on illegal immigrant workers, but on the employers who give them jobs. (AND IT SHOULD FOCUS ON THOSE WHO HIRE ING PRACTICES HURT THE ECOMOMY BY HIREING ILLEGALS)

Are they a formal organization? Do they have elected officials?

Not yet, but the group has become more organized since it formed last month. Members plan to elect officials in the future. So far, Sylvia Martinez -- the group's spokeswoman -- is the only member with a title.
(SEE WHY IT IS IMPORTANT TO REGISTER AND GET ILLEGALS TO VOTE FOR THEIR POWER BASE.)

How many are in the organization?

About 20-30 core members with hundreds more who attend protests.

Is this just a local organization?

Currently, most of the group's members are from Greeley and Weld County but they plan to expand to other parts of northern Colorado.

Do they have a mailing address or Web site?

Not yet. The group's contact phone number is 378-0182.

Who are some of the members?

Sylvia Martinez, 32

The daughter of migrant field workers, Martinez grew up in Montana and used to come every year to Colorado and work alongside her parents.

She and her family moved here permanently in 1991 and she's been here ever since. Martinez, married with two children, Martinez is an investigator with the Colorado State Public Defender's office, according to the state Web site.

Alonzo Barrón, 20

Barrón was born to Mexican parents in L.A. and moved to Thornton in ninth grade.

Three years ago, he moved to Greeley to study at the University of Northern Colorado, where he's a junior double-major in English and Mexican-American studies.

He's a member of the Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán (Chicano Student Movement of Aztlán), abbreviated as MEChA, which is the Spanish word for fuse.
(A GROUP OF SUBVERSIVES WHO CLAIM THAT THE WESTERN UNITED STATES IS A MYTHICAL COUNTRY THAT BELONGS TO THEM AND IS NOT A PART OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. A GROUP THAT ACTIVELY GOES AROUND SPREADING LIES AND FALSHOODS ON EVERTHING FROM HISTORICAL ACURACY TO GOVERNMENT BIASES)

Susanne Villarreal, 49

Villarreal recently ran for the at-large city council seat but lost to incumbent Carrol Martin. Villarreal has been around the world as flight attendant with United Airlines and has a bachelor's degree in psychology and rehabilitation from UNC.
(AND MUCH LIKE ALL DEMOCRATES A VERY SORE LOSER, WHEN SHE LOST HER ELECTION BID THE LIES AND ACUSATIONS OF RACISM AND HARRASMENT AGAINST HER, SPREAD BY HERE FILLED THE PAPERS.)

Liliana Madera, 19

Born in Mexico, Madera came here with her family 10 years ago.

She went to public schools in Greeley and graduated from Northridge High School.

She's studying business administration at UNC. Madera is a member of the League of United Latin American Citizens.
( I QUESTION HER CITIZENSHIP AND HERE LOYALTIES. SHE IS NOT IN FAVOR OF OUR CURRENT WAY OF LIFE, SUPPORTS SPANISH SPEAKING FIRST OVER ENGLISH AND OPEN BOARDERS.)


SO IS THERE VOTER FRAUD? NOT AT THE MOMENT BUT I AM WILLING TO PLACE MY NEXT COUPLE PAYCHECKS ON THE FACT THAT IN 2006 THERE WILL BE.

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