Skip to comments.Early Voting: 1,420 Democrat voters over 110 years old
Posted on 10/26/2012 4:10:55 PM PDT by Beave Meister
So far in early voting 110 year olds have made a pretty good showing for the Democrats; 2214 of them have voted either by mail or at a one-stop site (214 by mail and 2,000 at early voting sites). There are 1,420 Democrats confirmed in this group and 77 Unaffiliated voters and even 717 registered Republicans in this group perhaps voting for Obama too.
Nothing against very old voters, but it is funny that these 110 year olds live in only 34 counties and 87% of them live in 4 counties - Guilford has voted 681 of them so far, Forsyth - 581, Cumberland - 427 and Davidson voted 230.
Some more facts about these older voters: 1,923 of this years group also voted in the 2008 General Election during early voting they were only 108 back then. In 2008 a total 9,688 108 year olds voted early.
And just in case you thought 110 was pretty old, Gaston County data shows that a 154 year old voter has cast a ballot and Granville Countys data reflects a voter who is 160 years old, guess who their voting for.
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that’s racist !
The solution here is quite easy as all they need to do is to subtract one vote from the Democrats for each apparently illegitimate voter.
Maybe POT SMOKERS, live much longer, I wonder.. Who’da guessed?
Sure these voters are over 110 years old.The part they don’t talk about is the fact that they’ve all been dead for more than 30 years.
Where is this? 681 people over 110 in ONE county? Does anyone buy this? Tell me this isn’t America. Please.
Took a couple of clicks - it is North Carolina.
Thank goodness this isn’t happening in a critical state like Ohio or Pennsylvania! /s
If you ain’t cheatin’ you ain’t tryin’.
I’m pretty sure that Voters over 110 years old each get counted as (2) 55 year olds because of Seniority /s
probably North Carolina, same one with all the voting machines defaulting to Obama votes.... similar stuff showing up in Colorado and Nevada
Perhaps the best way to solve this problem is to be as underhanded as the Democrats. That is, create a bogus gambling casino, then send in to the IRS W2-G forms for each of these old folks, as if they visited and won taxable money.
Form W-2G, Gambling Winnings, is used to report Gambling Winnings (direct wager only) to the IRS. It is completed when the winnings are over $600.00 in any one session.
Thus, the IRS will send a bill to each and every one of them, maybe even offering to do a home audit, as they old folks haven’t submitted a 1040 form for many years.
And the more the IRS investigates, the more red flags will go up. They’ll check the Social Security Death Index, the State revenue department, and maybe notify the FBI about identity theft and wire fraud.
Guilford - that is where the voting machines were defaulting to Obama when the voter selected Romney. Where are those U.N. observers when you need them?
How’d you figure out it was in NC? I tried and was unsuccessful.
I can believe it...but I don't want to SLAM my liberal friends who say there is no such thing...until I can PROVE it beyond a reasonable doubt.
In the article there was a link that said something like “Link to complete state election results” - and it brought up NC. I just googled a map of NC with all of the counties and I saw Cumberland and Davidson.
Also saw Transylvania County (seriously!). I’m surprised they didn’t have some REALLY old folks voting there!
There’s a blue hot link on the story to the NC State Board of Elections Page
I’ve been trying to copy and past the link here but it keeps crashing my browser (which is weird)
There’s a link there for all absentee voters - it’s huge
I downloaded it to my computer but it’s a ‘notpad’ file and hard to go through
((File is: absentee11xx06xx2012.zip - This file contains ALL absentee data for NC ))
I went through all Granville's absentee voters on that NC site (looking for 160) and did not find the 160 yr old voter - would like this blogger to post the actual lines of what they found on the NC site.
I was all set to post some names here - but that one came up empty (and I got to go for a few hours......may go back to it)
Sooooo.... no mention of Mecklenburg County (Charlotte, population 923,144) and Wake County (Raleigh, population 908,688)... do they not have even 240 voters over 110 years of age? If so, then they are below 0.03%... less than one-fifth the super-elderly voting in the four counties listed above. Seems unlikely.
I can’t find any evidence that 154 and 160 is even possible. 116 seems to be the confirmable age of the current oldest people in the U.S. And none of them apparently live in NC.
I don’t know if they’ve voted this cycle or not....people weren’t worried, though....
what’s in the water there? This is a major story!
There are 2732 people listed as 110 or older. Of that, 2706 are listed as 112 years old . That 112 looks like some sort of default or fluke. If you take them out, then there are 26 people over 110. That seems more reasonable.
Of the 2732, 1908 are Dems and 733 are Reps.
Here's the kicker, of the 2732, a whopping 2575 have received a ballot and sent it back. THEY VOTED ALREADY!
Great - you did get it! - mine is still stuck in notepad ;(
But what I think you are saying is that these aren’t people 112 years old, right?
So I guess the next question is to the state - how old are these 112yr old listed people? Are they real?
Amazing that that many people have already sent in their ballots - that’s THE other question!
boy, ObamaCare is working...under our old system, that 160 year old 'voter' would be dead...
Please ask the 160 year old if (s)he voted for Lincoln in 1860!!
Voter fraud?? the Dems could teach Hugo Chavez's party pointwers on cheating and Fraud!!!
They are desperate and have absolutely zero shame.
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