Skip to comments.Did SEIU Ballot Fraud Play Role in Harry Reid Re-Election?
Posted on 11/12/2010 11:03:56 AM PST by jazusamo
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I figured that. :0)
Where Rasmussen and all polls have a “Margin Of Error”, I have yet to see any other than a vew Dim leaners that incorporaate in their wierd numbers, a “Margin Of Fraud”
Remember conservatives MUST win on election night! Remember Al Franken and the back seat filled with ballot boxes?
How could there NOT have been fraud? He barely squeaked by in Searchlight. If he wasn’t able to kick ass in his own home town, why would anyone think he’d win state-wide?
Because I did NOT ‘vote early’ & because I had seen reports of bad voting happening with the machines near Boulder City, I was VERY vigilent & sloooowly checked my ballot before I pushed the ‘vote’ button.
I also asked for the written record to scroll up within the machine so I could see what it recorded.
It is very troubling that the SEIU has such a contract with Clark County or anywhere within Nevada.
Obviously, Dirty Harry cannot win a straight up election.
Does a fat baby fart?
Fraud? How can that be? The dems all get wiped out excepting the key players.
Here we have a guy where the states real estate has hit the ditch, unemployment is huge and Vegas too is in the ditch. So, all in all a very happy electorate, thankful for their prosperity so they voted him in one more term.
and he is one of a handful.
Does the bear sh!t in the woods?
I vote on the same type of machines as in Vegas and the rest of Nevada. When you check in at the polling place the poll worker takes your ID(typically your sample ballot which has a bar code or your voter registration card or your state issued ID. They cannot demand your specific ID.) they then enter your info into a notebook computer which confirms you are at the right polling place and that you are a registered voter. it also tells the rest of the voting system that you have (or will) voted. They then issue you a credit card size card and in my County a double end eraser pencil. You then proceed to the touchscreen voting machine and put your card in. The screen comes up and asks you if you want Engrish or Spanish. Side bar - I have voted on these machine at least 6 times. The first thing I noticed about voting this time is that the screen change rate on the machine had increased dramatically from the last time I voted in the Spring. When you select Engrish if you double tap like your would in Windows to open a program the machine steps to the next screen very fast - guess which candidate is directly under the word English - that is right Harry Reid. So in one split second you have opened the screen to the first candidate page and selected Reid. AFTER your are done voting of which there were about 6 pages in my County you then hit a CONFIRM button and review your selections on about three screens. THEN you can hit print and a paper print out on a tape comes up on the right side of the machine. You can REVIEW there before you cast your vote. The machine retains the printout. You then have to select “cast my ballot” before the machine records the vote. You then remove the card and return it to the poll worker. The machine cancels the card when you cast your vote. I tried it in another machine about three years ago and it would not take it. One item of note all of the video I saw from Vegas showed people using their fingers on the touchscreen. I suspect it is even easier to accidentally select Reid.
I am not saying there was not tampering but it would be very difficult to do the rest of the system is very secure with many checks and balances. It was initially set up by Dean Heller a Rep and a very good guy.
52 posted on Thursday, November 04, 2010 2:28:40 PM by mad_as_he$$ (Playing by the rules only works if both sides do it!)
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I soo ronery!
I hate my typos, especially when I see them just after I hit te post button.
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