Anyone Who Witnessed Election Fraud in VA Needs to Call This Man


by Sharon Rondeau

Donald Palmer was appointed Secretary of the State Board of Elections in February 2011 by Gov. Robert McDonnell

(Nov. 30, 2012) — In an interview with two hosts from WMAL radio, Commonwealth of Virginia Board of Elections Secretary Donald Palmer stated that individuals who witnessed voter fraud during the 2012 election should contact him directly.

The two interviewers promised to put those who witnessed the fraud in touch with Palmer.  A poll watcher on November 6 identified as Dara Fox was interviewed prior to Palmer and reported seeing people allowed to vote without presenting any type of identification, as Virginia’s law requires.

Palmer had worked for the Florida Secretary of State for the “successful” 2008 and 2010 elections.  He reportedly took action in Florida when notified of violations of federal voting laws.  Palmer was previously employed as a trial attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice and is a member of the Navy Reserves with the rank of Lieutenant Commander.

The telephone number for the Secretary of the Commonwealth is (804) 786-2441.  Palmer’s direct number is 804-864-8901.

WMAL has published a list of people who reported witnessing voter fraud in Virginia in the 2012 election.

2 Responses to "Anyone Who Witnessed Election Fraud in VA Needs to Call This Man"

  1. danamco   Friday, November 30, 2012 at 11:50 PM

    It does not count for the DNC. They had the hanging chads in 2000 and this year Allen West were ahead about 2000 at midnight and then they illegally closed the doors so nobody could get in and his opponent suddenly was 2400 ahead at 1:00 AM, hello!!!

  2. Sidesaddle   Friday, November 30, 2012 at 3:49 PM

    In a revelatory article on Fellowship of the Minds website, there is an explanation as to why the GOP will never challenge the vote fraud. Here’s what it says, “The Republican Party made an agreement 30 years ago with the Democrat Party NOT to ensure voting integrity and NOT to pursue suspected vote fraud.”

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