"The notion that a felon who under Maryland law would be prohibited from voting in an election, and who at any time was at the risk of arrest by the very individuals on whose behalf he was circulating the petition, would be responsible for preventing fraud flies in the face of common sense and is truly laughable," attorneys for the county wrotein documents filed in Montgomery County Circuit Court.
I am just home from lunch with my state Senator and some neighbors, where such abuses by government employee unions was a topic, particularly during our recent ($20M tax dollars) recall boondoggle. The Senator alleged van loads traveling from poll to poll and we discussed how to prevent such abuses.