Skip to comments.Pennsylvania Voting Irregularities: You Make The Call
Posted on 11/05/2004 6:49:13 AM PST by Jimmur74
* Registered Voter column 1=Dem column 2 =Repub 2004 Registerd voters These are just a few cases. In almost every case Dems Outperformed republican voters in turnout by an avearge of 6 Percent The Question is is where are the republican Votes in Bucks , deleware and montgomery. Hard to beleive we didnt turnout like that? Thats a bit lopsided and is skewed when looking at all the other counties. Philadelphia County reg Voters Total 798,000 Dems and 172,000 repubs..according to Returns 590,000 voted for Kerry and 125,000 for Bush/Cheney. Whats even more disturbing is seeing how off the Republican Turnout was based on the Registration totals. Something Stinks!
Registered Voters Bucks County
BUCKS 171,598 207,249
Actual Votes Bucks County
KERRY, JOHN F. (DEM) 162,220 BUSH, GEORGE W. (REP) 153,424
Dems 96 % Turnout REP 76% Turnout
Registered Voters Centre County CENTRE 30,350 36,579
Actual Votes Cast KERRY, JOHN F. (DEM) 30,396 BUSH, GEORGE W. (REP) 32,789
Dems 99.7 % Turnout Repubs -
Registered Voters Chester County
CHESTER 98,765 170,419
Actual Votes Cast
KERRY, JOHN F. (DEM) 108,670 BUSH, GEORGE W. (REP) 119,106
Dems 110 Percent Turnout REP 66 Percent Turnout
Registered Voters in Deleware county
DELAWARE 132,130 215,474
Actual Votes Cast KERRY, JOHN F. (DEM) 157,531 BUSH, GEORGE W. (REP) 116,728
Dems 120 percent Turnout Rep 54 percent
Registered Voters Montgomery County
MONTGOMERY 214,233 268,755
Actual Votes Cast
KERRY, JOHN F. (DEM) 217,342 BUSH, GEORGE W. (REP) 172,206
No. In fact Here is the Link where for the 2004 PA Registration Stats. Yow will see there is a clear category for Libertarian, Green Party and lastly "Others" Which I would assume to be Independent Voters.
This needs to be fixed by the time Santorum runs for reelection in two years.
Detroit has more votes now - while dropping population(Another 30,000 drop from 2000). The percentages were almost exactly the same too. Riiiiiiiight.
As soon as things settle a bit I intend to start hammering our legislators to shine some light on Detroit. I assume you'll be working toward the same goal for the next election.
Interesting thought. Do you know if there has been any "official" speculation about his running for governor? Has he indicated any interest?
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