Alabama: Democrats Buying Votes With Money & Crack Cocaine

State officials should move quickly to check out the shocking allegation that votes in Perry County were traded for $40 and a rock of crack cocaine.

Times have certainly changed. Politicians used to buy votes with a couple of dollars and free beer.

But beyond the sensational claims are broader questions about voter fraud in Alabama that arise from the June 10 contested mayoral election in Marion where citizens were supposedly paid cash and drugs for their votes.
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