Click here to watch this story(Windows Media) It's being called "Dead Man Voting". A South Dakota voter fraud investigation is turning up ballot applications for dead people, people not old enough to vote, and people who don't even exist. KELOLAND's Jolene Loetscher received a stack of papers today from a person who says supports John Thune in the Senate race against Tim Johnson. Inside there are documents from three counties. There are two absentee ballot requests from two counties for Denise Red Horse dated September 21st. She died September 9th. Jackson County shows three voter registrations from Julius Has No Horse within two weeks. And one, includes a different birthday.
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