Ann Coulter's Florida felonious voter registration form is…interesting
Her entire registration form, captured by The Brad Blog is interesting because the wicked, increasingly unpopular witch of the Right may end up in the big house for five years for committing voter fraud. She registered and voted in a precinct in which she does not live at the time of the 2004 election — Palm Beach, Florida.
Coulter has publicly denied this, but Brad unearthed the evidence — Ann put down the address of her realtor as her legal residence,
Meanwhile, Coulter’s official Florida Voter Registration Application Form received from the office of the Palm Beach County Election Supervisor confirms that she specified “999 Indian Rd” as her “Legal Residence” — despite never having lived there.
The Indian Road address is that of Coulter’s Real Estate agent and her husband David.
Coulter’s signature on the form is next to an “oath” affirming the information on the form is true, and acknowledging that she understood she could face a third-degree felony conviction, a $5,000 fine and/or five-years imprisonment for providing false information on the form.
“She never lived here,” Lambiet reported [realtor Suzanne] Frisbie as confirming about the address Coulter used on her registration form. “I’m Ann’s Realtor, and she used this address to forward mail when she moved from New York,” said Frisbie.
She is still listed as an active voter in Connecticut. Guess she has no business bleating about undocumented workers with fraudulent papers who may end up on the voter rolls, huh? I’m sure she would never write on that issue.
Via PageOneQ and The Brad Blog, the more salacious aspect of the form (gee, this feels so Wonkette or Page Six — I’m just passing this on).
Conservative commentator and best-selling author Ann Coulter neglected to answer Question #15 on her Palm Beach County, FL voter registration form, PageOneQ has learned. The question asks the registrant to indicate sex by checking ‘M’ or ‘F’ on the form. Bloggers and comment posts have speculated about Coulter’s gender identity.
Arthur Anderson, Jr., The Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections, confirmed to PageOneQ that Question 15 had not been answered on the original form. Coulter’s registration form was first posted by BradBlog.com, the blog of voting rights activist and journalist Brad Friedman. Friedman reported Tuesday that Coulter’s registration form raised questions about her decision to register and vote at an address where she did not live. For a full report on Coulter’s voter registration click here.
…”I object,” said a transgender activist who spoke with PageOneQ today, “To the state of Florida expecting its citizens to answer questions which are not relevant for voter registration.” When asked about Coulter’s voter registration form, the activist declined to speak specifically about Coulter. “Generally speaking, I hope there is a day when transgendered people can be open about who they are without fear of retribution from employers, colleagues and neighbors. With that in mind, I hope anyone with a high media profile would use that opportunity to be honest with the American people.”
Needless to say, Coulter didn’t return PageOneQ calls to her speaking agency, publisher, or FOX News. Sheesh. I don’t think sane trans folks out there would want to claim Ann Coulter as a movement icon anyway.