According to Project Veritas, a woman identified as Stephanie Caballero, regional field director at OFA Houston, engaged in election fraud by helping an undercover associate get registered so she can vote in two states.
The "voter" told Caballero that she is registered in Florida and also wants to vote in Texas.
Although Caballero does not explicitly encourage her to vote twice, she doesn’t discourage her from doing so.
“[It] really concerns me that if we don‘t do everything we can we’re not going to win this election,” the undercover associate told Caballero.
According to Project Veritas, there is "no doubt" staffers like Caballero "know exactly what they are doing."
"In response to the investigator’s request for help voting twice, Caballero says, 'Oh my god this is so funny. It’s cool though!' Then, when discussing the possibility of getting caught, Caballero says, 'If anyone checks, say ‘I don’t know.’”
"Contrary to what Organizing for America seems to have taught Ms. Caballero, election fraud is not 'cool,'” Project Veritas added.
“These individuals showed no concern whatsoever when our investigators declared their intention to vote multiple times for President Obama. In fact, they were happy to help, even going so far as to provide the forms necessary to commit the fraud and offering advice on how to avoid getting caught,” O'Keefe said.
The organization says that for much of 2012 it has been conducting an ongoing series of investigations in more than a dozen states "demonstrating the ease with which election fraud can be committed and legitimate voters can be disenfranchised."
According to O'Keefe, the so-called "mainstream media" has dismissed the concerns he and his group have raised.
Worse yet, he says that "efforts to correct the problem at the state level have been actively blocked by the Obama administration."
"Now we know why," he added.
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