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10,000 same-day registrations in Milwaukee illegible
Mark Belling - WISN AM ^

Posted on 01/14/2005 3:01:13 PM PST by steveegg

Edited on 01/14/2005 3:19:12 PM PST by Admin Moderator. [history]

Assemblyman Jeff Stone (R-Greenfield) has been pestering the Milwaukee Election Commission to report how many people registered at the polls on November 2. Initially, they reported to him on Wednesday that about 8,000 people registered at the polls that day, out of about 255,000 votes cast, about 380,000 voters registered as of the September election (and an estimated 20,000-30,000 registrants between that point and the cutoff point for preregistration), and 565,000 residents (including about 430,000 adults) in the city. Now, they report a few VERY disturbing things:

A couple of things to point out. First, President Bush lost the state by about 12,000 votes. Second, there are now more registered voters in Milwaukee than there are adults in Milwaukee.


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A very short (and incomplete) list of other Democrat dirty tricks in Wisconsin this past election -
1 posted on 01/14/2005 3:01:13 PM PST by steveegg
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To: steveegg

This is disgusting! Where's Jesse Jackson and ... oh. I forgot. Kerry won that state!


2 posted on 01/14/2005 3:03:37 PM PST by Sister_T (Those who preach tolerance and love, practice it THE LEAST!!)
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To: Sister_T

crooks


3 posted on 01/14/2005 3:06:13 PM PST by pointsal
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To: steveegg

Is there any legal way to challenge the system before the next election? If we don't get a handle on the Democratic fraud, the will of the people will never be realized.


4 posted on 01/14/2005 3:06:18 PM PST by WVNan
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To: Sister_T
You should have seen the line at our polling place. All day 100 deep. Most of these freaks probably couldn't write and a lot of them were from Illinois. We were screwed into being a blue state. Of coarse, the welfare counties of Milwaukee,Racine and Kenosha made the difference for the fool Kerry.
5 posted on 01/14/2005 3:06:56 PM PST by satchmodog9 (Murder and weather are our only news)
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To: Sister_T

Yes, let's talk about "election reform", Democrats.


6 posted on 01/14/2005 3:07:22 PM PST by MisterRepublican ("I must go. I must be elusive.")
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To: WVNan
Is there any legal way to challenge the system before the next election? If we don't get a handle on the Democratic fraud, the will of the people will never be realized.

The only ways would be to either get a change past a Governor Jim Doyle (D-Madistan) veto (the Pubbies only hold a 19-14 advantage in the state Senate and 60-39 advantage in the Assembly, not enough to bust a veto) or have the US Attorney find a federal hook (the DAs in both Milwaukee and Dane Counties, as well as the Attorney General are all DemonRATs).

7 posted on 01/14/2005 3:09:45 PM PST by steveegg (The secret goal of lieberals - to ensure that no future generation can possibly equal theirs.)
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To: WVNan

I forgot to explain that Dane County is the county that has Madison (aka Madistan), the capital.


8 posted on 01/14/2005 3:10:59 PM PST by steveegg (The secret goal of lieberals - to ensure that no future generation can possibly equal theirs.)
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I seem to have lost part of the post. The end should read...
Second, there are now more registered voters in Milwaukee than there are adults in Milwaukee.

9 posted on 01/14/2005 3:14:06 PM PST by steveegg (The secret goal of lieberals - to ensure that no future generation can possibly equal theirs.)
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To: steveegg
"84,000 people registered at the polls on November 2."

Impossible....I smell a RAT!

10 posted on 01/14/2005 3:14:47 PM PST by patriot_wes
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To: satchmodog9

Even the streets near the polls in Port Washington (more than 100 miles north of Illinois)were lined with cars from Illinois on election day, according to eyewitness reports.


11 posted on 01/14/2005 3:15:54 PM PST by afraidfortherepublic
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To: WVNan

This really should be a job for the FBI. But wait, the government bow wows are sleeping.


12 posted on 01/14/2005 3:18:44 PM PST by Eric in the Ozarks (Any team that would fire # 68, Mike Morris, has no chance at going to the Super Bowl.)
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To: steveegg
Second, there are now more registered voters in Milwaukee than there are adults in Milwaukee.

Are you sure? I hadn't heard that, although it wouldn't surprise me. I'll be the same thing holds true in Racine at the rate GOTV was registering "voters". If your stat about the number of registered voters is true, it's something we need to use to effect a change! When do we get the names so that they can be checked against the rolls of the dead?

13 posted on 01/14/2005 3:19:27 PM PST by afraidfortherepublic
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To: steveegg

I updated your thread per #9.


14 posted on 01/14/2005 3:19:58 PM PST by Admin Moderator
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To: steveegg
THIS is the opportunity
 

We need to get EVERY congressman and Senator, Republican OR Democrat, concerned enough about vote fraud, real OR imagined -- to get on board to push for uniform voting requirements for FEDERAL offices nationwide, including photo ID and a signature affirming citizenship and voting only once -- with penalties for PERJURY AS WELL AS VOTING LAW VIOLATIONS.

And, uh, speaking of affirming citizenship... how 'bout THIS idea?

I called MY Congressman and Senator's offices this past week.  How about YOU?

Wait a minute.  How 'bout photo ID and signatures affirming citizenship, voting only once, being properly registered, still living at the address of registration (and NOT BEING DEAD?) -- with penalties for perjury as well as voting law violations? And then mandate protections for the early mailing and late counting of armed forces personnel's absentee ballots in ALL elections -- with even TOUGHER penalties for poll worker and election commission violations.  Absentee voters should have to send in a signed copy of their ID along with their ballot.  And there needs to be a national database to cross-reference names (with social security numbers?) and make sure that when a person registers in a new district his registration is cancelled in the old district.

15 posted on 01/14/2005 3:20:40 PM PST by FreeKeys (If it isn't close THEY'LL CHEAT ANYWAY !)
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To: Admin Moderator

Thanks (kicks self for not proofreading).


16 posted on 01/14/2005 3:21:16 PM PST by steveegg (The secret goal of lieberals - to ensure that no future generation can possibly equal theirs.)
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To: Publius

Sound familiar?


17 posted on 01/14/2005 3:21:49 PM PST by anniegetyourgun
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To: anniegetyourgun

Yeah....watch WASHINGTON, the STATE! We are in the FIGHT OF OUR LIFE for OUR VOTING rights! If we lose.....all STATES LOSE!


18 posted on 01/14/2005 3:25:35 PM PST by goodnesswins (Tax cuts, Tax reform, social security reform, Supreme Court, etc.....the next 4 years.....)
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To: AFPhys; prairiebreeze; onyx; Texasforever; CyberAnt; BigSkyFreeper; Tamsey; mrs tiggywinkle; ...

Check this information out


19 posted on 01/14/2005 3:25:36 PM PST by Mo1 (Does the distinguished Sen from VT wish to act as our treaty rep. for negotiations with Al Queda?)
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To: WVNan
Is there any legal way to challenge the system before the next election? If we don't get a handle on the Democratic fraud, the will of the people will never be realized.

You want to get a handle on vote fraud?

It's easy.

Let a Republican win an election engaging in that kind of fraud.

I submit that being more goal-oriented than the Democrats, we can probably manufacture 10 phony votes to each Democrat phony vote.

20 posted on 01/14/2005 3:28:35 PM PST by Poohbah (God must love fools. He makes so many of them...)
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To: Mo1
There are now more registered voters in Milwaukee than there are adults in Milwaukee.

I hadn't realized any of this. 2004 was just practice for 2008, imo.

21 posted on 01/14/2005 3:32:12 PM PST by Peach (The Cl intons pardoned more terrorists than they ever captured or killed.)
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To: afraidfortherepublic
Are you sure? I hadn't heard that, although it wouldn't surprise me....

I'm positive that unless the Milwaukee Election Commission wiped a heap of non-voters off the rolls, there are more "registered" voters than adults in Milwaukee. Going off of memory from numbers I dug up when the Milwaukee Election Commission was begging for 918,000 ballots, there were 385,000 registered voters as of the September election (and if I remember right, that number did NOT include same-day registrations at that election), and at most 450,000 adults in the city. There also was the story just before the election of over 20,000 registrations sent in between that election and the cut-off date not processed, bringing that up to a minimum of 405,000. Given that there also was a refusal to remove addresses that were proven to not exist from the rolls, another 84,000 same-day registrations would bring that number to 489,000 "registered" voters. By my math, that's at least 39,000 more voters than adults (and I am including felons still on probation and thus ineligible to vote).

I'll be the same thing holds true in Racine at the rate GOTV was registering "voters".

If I were in Henderson, Nevada instead of Oak Creek, I'd open a book on it.

If your stat about the number of registered voters is true, it's something we need to use to effect a change! When do we get the names so that they can be checked against the rolls of the dead?

Those are actually open records, so I'd imagine you can get those when City Hall opens on Tuesday.

22 posted on 01/14/2005 3:32:17 PM PST by steveegg (The secret goal of lieberals - to ensure that no future generation can possibly equal theirs.)
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To: steveegg

That registration information is evidence per se of fraud. The Milwaukee Election Commission is a criminal enterprise. I hope Belling keeps this topic on his show every single day until the head dimwit gets thrown in jail or we get voter ID cards, whichever comes first.


23 posted on 01/14/2005 3:34:43 PM PST by Kryptonite
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To: FreeKeys

You do understand we are a Republic -not a democracy?


24 posted on 01/14/2005 3:36:31 PM PST by DBeers
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To: Mo1

I'd like to see some official Republican intervention in these shenanigans. But I'm not holding my breath.


25 posted on 01/14/2005 3:37:44 PM PST by prairiebreeze (George W Bush: Spending well-earned political capital.)
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To: steveegg
I wish the Democrat Underground lunatics HAD successfully brought voter fraud to the top of the list of issues.

They'd be hurt in the long run, since they are the most fraudulent party in existance.

26 posted on 01/14/2005 3:40:10 PM PST by Lazamataz ("Stay well - Stay safe - Stay armed - Yorktown" -- harpseal)
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To: steveegg

I was a poll watcher in Kenosha. (I drove up from Lake County, Illinois) My precinct had UW-Parkside in it. We saw several hundred students who were bused in and then registered and voted using nothing more than their student IDs (which doesn't have an address on it) When we protested, we were put in contact with the head of the state board of elections, who's a democrat. He told us that they could vote, as long as they were on the list of students who lived in the dorms.

There had to be at least 700-800 students who voted this way, all in one precinct.


27 posted on 01/14/2005 3:44:02 PM PST by guinnessman
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To: steveegg

I have a feeling this was going on in every county the Dems controlled in every swing state. Luckily enough Bush voters showed up in Ohio to overcome the Dem fraud in their state.


28 posted on 01/14/2005 3:44:05 PM PST by mainepatsfan
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To: steveegg; afraidfortherepublic; Peach
Actually, 2000 was the rehearsal for 2004! In the 2000 election, approximately 245,000 voted in the City of Milwaukee, of which approximately 81,500 were same day registrationS - yeap, even more in 2000 than the past election.

And here's the kicker - to my knowledge, NONE of those 81,500 were ever verified. At the time of a hearing on election reform in 2001, the Milwaukee Election Commission stated they were too "overwhelmed" entering the data into their system to send out cards to verify the validity of any of those 81,500 votes!

29 posted on 01/14/2005 3:45:41 PM PST by republicandiva
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To: FreeKeys

How about this: Pass a federal law abolishing same day registration.


30 posted on 01/14/2005 3:47:30 PM PST by guinnessman
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To: republicandiva
Actually, 2000 was the rehearsal for 2004!

BINGO

The only good thing that came out of that election mess was that more and more people are paying closer attention and talking about the fraud that has been going on for YEARS *cough LBJ cough*

If the Dems want to look into Voter Fraud??

I DARE then to REALLY look into it

31 posted on 01/14/2005 3:53:57 PM PST by Mo1 (Does the distinguished Sen from VT wish to act as our treaty rep. for negotiations with Al Queda?)
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To: steveegg

Wisconsin, Wisconsin

What Would La Follette Say Now?

Clean Up Your Corruption?

I Thought They Already Had


32 posted on 01/14/2005 3:55:25 PM PST by Theodore R.
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To: satchmodog9

Don't forget Dane County


33 posted on 01/14/2005 3:58:17 PM PST by MichiganCheese (Hillary's going to church now.......hmmm?)
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To: guinnessman

Unfortunately, that is the law in Wisconsin - sucks doesn't it? There's no way of knowing how many of those kids voted absentee from their home states.


34 posted on 01/14/2005 4:00:59 PM PST by republicandiva
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To: guinnessman

BTW, thank you SOOOO much for coming up to help!


35 posted on 01/14/2005 4:01:28 PM PST by republicandiva
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To: satchmodog9

Next time, take pictures of the license plates of cars parked at the polling place and turn them all into the state GOP in both WI & IL, or perhaps even the FBI. These people need to be jailed.


36 posted on 01/14/2005 4:06:33 PM PST by Nataku X (You've heard, "Be more like Jesus." But have you ever heard, "Be more like Mohammad"?)
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To: steveegg

Isn't it telling that the 'Rats only whine about fairness in the states where they weren't able to steal the elections?


37 posted on 01/14/2005 4:09:44 PM PST by Blood of Tyrants (God is not a Republican. But Satan is definitely a Democrat.)
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To: guinnessman

How about the Republican controlled legislatures in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania growing the balls to allocate electors on the same system as is used in Maine and Nebraska?-- 1 for each congressional district, 2 for the state. And, yes, I'm contacting my legislators here to do just that.


38 posted on 01/14/2005 4:10:23 PM PST by Vigilanteman (crime would drop like a sprung trapdoor if we brought back good old-fashioned hangings)
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To: steveegg

fraud bump. this town is becoming more corrupt by the day.


39 posted on 01/14/2005 4:10:43 PM PST by the crow (I'm from the government. I'm here to help.)
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To: republicandiva

Cripes. 2 Presidential elections in a row with a third of the voters simply showing up at the polls the day of to register. Houston, we have a problem.


40 posted on 01/14/2005 4:13:49 PM PST by steveegg (The secret goal of lieberals - to ensure that no future generation can possibly equal theirs.)
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To: steveegg
I am absolutely convinced that the Dems stole Wisconsin's electoral votes in 2004 and in 2000.

Same-day registration must end. More importantly, a requirement that a voter present a driver's license (or a state-issued "non-driver's license" for those who don't drive), and that the license numbers be keyed in to prevent multiple voting, doesn't seem too opprobrious to me.

Not that I, as a resident of North Carolina, am in any position to criticize Wisconsin's setup. The procedure here is to state your name and address, period. You are then good to go with your vote. The potential for abuse is obvious: I could pick a name out of the phone book, remember the address, and vote in a precinct on the other side of the county -- and then go to my precinct, and cast a "legitimate" vote.

Why are there more safeguards involved with my purchase of a book from Amazon.com than there are with my vote? Which transaction is more important?

41 posted on 01/14/2005 4:14:07 PM PST by southernnorthcarolina (OK, Congress is back in session -- Where's my tax cuts for the rich? )
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To: Timeout; snugs

fyi

"... there are now more registered voters in Milwaukee [Wisconsin] than there are adults in Milwaukee."


42 posted on 01/14/2005 4:18:09 PM PST by GretchenM (It remains to be seen what God will do through a person who gives Him all the glory.)
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To: steveegg
2 Presidential elections in a row with a third of the voters simply showing up at the polls the day of to register. Houston, we have a problem.

Did this happen in Houston, too?

Just kidding.

43 posted on 01/14/2005 4:19:25 PM PST by GretchenM (It remains to be seen what God will do through a person who gives Him all the glory.)
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To: ride the whirlwind

fyi


44 posted on 01/14/2005 4:19:56 PM PST by GretchenM (It remains to be seen what God will do through a person who gives Him all the glory.)
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To: prairiebreeze

If winning is all you are right. They've won, so no problem. I'm afraid the republicans have become too politically correct to care if it gets fixed or not.


45 posted on 01/14/2005 4:20:02 PM PST by JustAnotherSavage (Government spends what government receives plus as much as it can get away with-Milton Friedman)
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To: southernnorthcarolina
Not that I, as a resident of North Carolina, am in any position to criticize Wisconsin's setup. The procedure here is to state your name and address, period. You are then good to go with your vote.

Same here, so complain away.

Why are there more safeguards involved with my purchase of a book from Amazon.com than there are with my vote? Which transaction is more important?

Because the latter actually involves power, something the DemonRATs can't obtain legitimately.

46 posted on 01/14/2005 4:30:01 PM PST by steveegg (The secret goal of lieberals - to ensure that no future generation can possibly equal theirs.)
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To: MisterRepublican
Yes, let's talk about "election reform", Democrats.

INDEED. These Democrat Fraud Freaks are showing just how pathetically ignorant they are by calling for voter reform. Democrats have been stealing elections for years with impunity.

MM

47 posted on 01/14/2005 4:32:25 PM PST by MississippiMan (Americans should not be sacrificed on the altar of political correctness.)
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To: republicandiva

Anytime! I was just glad to do something to help, since my own state was such a lost cause.


48 posted on 01/14/2005 4:44:24 PM PST by guinnessman
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To: steveegg

I see the potential to convict about 20000 to 40000 individuals here of federal election fraud, a felony, and even without them doing a day in jail or being fined, they would be stricken from the voter roles forever. Wouldn't that be a nice present for 2008?


49 posted on 01/14/2005 4:50:07 PM PST by Magnum44 (Terrorism is a disease, precise application of superior force is the ONLY cure)
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To: Magnum44
I see the potential to convict about 20000 to 40000 individuals here of federal election fraud, a felony, and even without them doing a day in jail or being fined, they would be stricken from the voter roles forever. Wouldn't that be a nice present for 2008?

Slight problem; in Wisconsin, once their sentence is up (both jail and probation), they're back on the voter rolls. What you can do with convictions is bar them from public office (and there's a few of those that need to be prosecuted).

50 posted on 01/14/2005 4:54:38 PM PST by steveegg (The secret goal of lieberals - to ensure that no future generation can possibly equal theirs.)
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