It might be voter fraud if…


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Voting (Photo credit: League of Women Voters of California)

It might be voter fraud if…     a candidate cannot win a single state where a photo ID is required, but easily wins states where voters do not have to be identified.

It might be voter fraud if…     a voter drives or is bused across the state line to reach their precinct.

It might be voter fraud if…    you are told you can’t vote because you already voted, when you haven’t been near the precinct in over a year nor voted by absentee ballot.

It might be voter fraud if…    112% of the population is registered to vote in your county.

It might be voter fraud if…    voters in institutions are asked to vote when they do  not know the names of either candidate and are unable to mark a ballot.

It might be voter fraud if…    the voting machine switches the vote you cast to the other candidate.

It might be voter fraud if…     ten voters have the same fingerprints and faces, but different names.

It might be voter fraud if…     ten percent of the voters died years ago.

It might be voter fraud if…    if those watching the polls are all from the same party.

It might be voter fraud if…    military personnel cannot receive a ballot in time to vote.

It might be voter fraud if…    the ‘justice’ department refuses to investigate allegations of voting irregularities.

It troubles me that this election was won by fraudulent means. What is far more troubling is that there has been little protest from the American people. Will we so easily hand over our freedom to the unscrupulous?

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About jlue

I am a grandmother of seven and I like to garden, read, study the Bible, and spend time with family. I am not very politically active, but very interested in who is elected to lead our country.
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4 Responses to It might be voter fraud if…

  1. Lynn says:

    I thought those things happen only in my country.

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    • jlue says:

      Every one of the things I listed were reported in this election in the USA with the possible exception of crossing a state line.That one I am not positive about. The others were reported, but numbers and percentages are unknown and therefore not accurate. On the other hand, erroneous robo calls were reported that confused some people who had not voted that I did not include. I do not understand why more people are not complaining. Some probably think it will do no good, some wanted Obama to win and do not care, and others are not aware. What country are you from, Lynn?

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  3. It was against this backdrop that Thor Hearne took the stand before the House Administration Committee in March 2005 to talk about the Ohio election—and shift the focus back to where Republicans felt it belonged, on deception by Democrats. And it was against that same backdrop that GOP legislatures across the nation began rolling out a brand new weapon in the voter fraud wars: the photo ID mandate.

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