Skip to comments.Attorney general will examine election results (Vote Fraud)
Posted on 08/31/2012 3:29:39 PM PDT by djone
"The Uniontown election exceeded the number of people in the town who are old enough to vote. The News also found that the number of registered voters there 2,587 was higher than the towns overall population, which was 1,775, according to the census. Also, absentee voting was high, accounting for nearly 40 percent of the ballots cast. State records show that the average for absentee voting is 3 to 5 percent. Uniontown had 1,140 people of the minimum voting age of 18 or older, according to the census. On Tuesday, 1,431 votes were cast for mayor and almost the same number for city council positions, according to complete but unofficial results, putting voter turnout at 125 percent of the voting-age population."
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It was my understanding that Jimmeh Carter does that.
Throw it all out, demand ID and do it again.
anything less is worse than fraud.
I’m guessing Uniontown is heavily Democrat.
read this link
Non citizen register for vote and when get caught, they have to wait for 3 years to become citizen. To register one had to fill form and mark click , whether you are citizen. How come they missed that part?
(n-400 form for citizenship)
What is also needed is photographing voters who show up, so that fraudulent voters may be tracked down.
Uniontown: 91% Black
Are they going to investigate Philadelphia? It happens there every election.
While eliminating dead and felonious voters from the poll list is supposed to occur constantly, voter lists will be culled after the November general election, Packard said.
Wonder how many other places this is happening....??
They are probably in the minority. That’s why they adopt the Democratic mantra: Vote early, vote many times even if you’re dead.
Uniontown: 91% Black
Amazing the author didn’t bother to point out that fact.
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