Since "vote caging" is not a legal term, but Xoff thinks it's just a horrible thing to do, let's examine one example for his benefit.
A local watchdog group called "True the Vote" had formed after their experience as poll-watchers during the 2008 elections curdled their blood. They decided early to focus their attention on homes containing more than six registered voters. Most voting districts had a couple of thousand of these. One had 24,000. That's where the group found that a group called "Houston Votes," headed by an employee of SEIU, had submitted 25,000 voter registrations, fewer than 1,800 of which appeared to be valid. Houston Votes issued the usual "mistakes were made" press release and fired some workers.
Yah, well. If at first you don't succeed, lie, lie, like Hell.
HT: Grim & Co.
And, yes, I know I mentioned this already.
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