AAARRRGGHH. I misspelled “Election” in the title. Need more coffee.
Good work and good post!
Thank you for all your hard work, darth. You are appreciated more than you know.
Let me make sure I understand—dosen’t the Constitution allow transvestites to vote twice?
Let’s place the vote registrants photo on the VRC, that would help on the ID issue.
Thank you for your patriotic work and thank you for that great report.
I assigned one person to sit at the entrance just as the people were coming through the door to make sure they were at the right polling place and to answer any questions. It made a big difference in the overall operation and freed me up to put out the other fires, so to speak.
A brief report from the land of Lidfertonia.(20 miles north of A_SHEVILLE, NC)
Caddis the younger has a sister-in-law down in North Carolina.
She and her husband found the voting machine they used always seemed to mark the ballot of an ALINSKI candidate located above the name they wished to vote for. To get the vote they wanted required them to press the exact center of the so-called button on the touch screen. They each had to press the vote button seven times to get their candidate’s vote marked. Neither saw a republican in the polling place.
The long time political boss there croaked this past summer but even dead he still seems to be able to cook the outcome in favor of the RAT BUSTARDS favor.
Seems that group has stolen the early votes of two early vote locations. They just didn’t add those votes to the votes on election day.
So much for human rights in the land of PERDUE/HAGAN.
Caddis the Elder
Seems to me if the registered voter rolls are an on-line database, when they check in at one polling place, they are checked into the database as voting, which would then show up at every other polling place where they tried to vote again. Sort of an electronic version of the blue ink on the thumb.
Maybe not trivial to put in place, but certainly doable.
My wife did similar work at a polling place. She speaks Spanish, French, Italian and some Arabic, and only let it be known that she spoke Spanish when some hanky-panky was about to occur. She feels sure that certain illegals were turned away before they reached the desk, simply because she could question the voter in Spanish. Let me tell you, she arrived home exhausted — but happy that she had made a difference.
Thanks for all your work.
Republicans should make elimination of gerrymandering and vote fraud top priorities for the next two years. This has gone way too far.