It turns out that Joel Connelly isn't the only P-I columnist to participate in voter registration violations. Editorial writer D. Parvaz is also unlawfully registered, falsely claiming residence at the P-I building!
Property records show that Parvaz has owned a home in Seattle since August 2004. Election records show that she was registered to vote at that home from July 2005 until October 2006 when she changed her registration to list her residence as the P-I building.
According to the Washington state voter registration form:
If you knowingly provide false information on this voter registration form or knowingly make a false declaration about your qualifications for voter registration you will have committed a class C felony that is punishable by imprisonment for up to five years, a fine of up to ten thousand dollars, or both.
We should soon learn if Washington state law applies to prominent pinkos who buy printer's ink by the barrel as well as ordniary citizens who expose the vulnerabilities of Washington's vote by mail system.
Just a side note: What the hell is an intelligencer?