A controversial project of the King Street Patriots, founded in 2009 by Richmond resident Catherine Engelbrecht, True the Vote trained some 700 poll watchers to look for voting irregularities in the 2010 election. Its volunteers combined to send 800 complaints of improper voting to Harris County officials, who investigated a few but ultimately took no legal action...
Engelbrecht, 42, has not been deterred. She told the weekend gathering that True the Vote anticipates training 1 million poll watchers around the country for this year's election. The group also pressures counties to purge their voting rolls of duplications and the dead.
It was also Fitton, however, who delivered a warning: "I fear the Obama gang is setting themselves up to steal the election."
He also accused the president of wanting "to register the food stamp army to vote for him."