Skip to comments.Dead Voter Roll
Posted on 11/03/2006 8:52:26 PM PST by CommonwealthDanFisch
In Missouri there are dead people ready to vote. How will this affect elections?
MID-MISSOURI - Voting is a constitutional right and, many citizens believe, their civic duty. But a month-long Target 8 investigation found thousands of registered voters in Missouri who definitely won't go to the polls this Nov. 7.
There was another thread about eliminating dead voters in another state, too, but I forget which state it was (late here).
There's some new SS list of dead people the election officials can check now.
This is good. States are starting to clean up this dead voter crap.
In fact, at least 10,000 people on Missouri's registered voter list are dead. Target 8 obtained the state's massive voter database which lists residents who are eligible to vote, then cross-checked it for duplicate names with federal death records. The results show deceased people on voter rolls in every mid-Missouri county: 198 in Boone, 57 in Callaway, and 93 in Cole, including Robert Schrimpf.
Stop it! The dems need dead people and felons and illegal aliens to vote so Queen Nancy can assume her rightful position. It's only fair, right?
Well how do you expect Democrats to get elected in Missouri if not from dead people?
so easy for officials to run thru, copy, but not remove, the "dead" names and use that list for extra voting.
Most of the election officials are democrats - by design.
In my 'active' days - I had access to all the voter's lists in my county - I can look back now and see how easy it has been for them.
You know....I have this sneaking suspicion that if dead people could actually vote that they would overwhelmingly vote conservative Republican. Somehow meeting up with millions of aborted babies in the afterlife would seal the deal.
Simple solution to all of this, and a way to kill the crime rate. Biometric voting. When you register to vote you give your finger prints, when you vote it scans your finger prints. No ID needed, just scan and vote.
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