Skip to comments.More suspicious voter forms found in Florida
Posted on 09/29/2012 9:12:17 PM PDT by Sleeping Freeper
MIAMI The number of Florida counties reporting suspicious voter registration forms connected to Strategic Allied Consulting, the firm hired by the state Republican Party to sign up new voters, has grown to 10, officials said, as local election supervisors continue to search their forms for questionable signatures, addresses or other identifiers.
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Earlier tread.... http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2937763/posts
Any chance a Dem plant at the firm working for the GOP did this deliberately? This firm can't be that stupid to knowingly let this happen...
Not good at all
The difference is that Repubs catch it and crush it.
Dems conceal and celebrate their voter fraud.
I wonder how much George Soros is paying this outfit to undermine and sabotage Republicans and the credibility of a Romney win.. Post-election court challenges, anyone?
Define suspicious. It is just setting the stage for the legal battle after Baraq Hussein and his wookie get sent packing..
Get ready for a Civil War when Romney Wins
Meanwhile, while everyone looks at Miami, up in Pasco County, Obama's campiagn organization "Organizing For America," headed by his buddy Plouffe, has been going into public schools & using school time to try to promote Obama.
someone caught them at it and raised some stink...
Also, the GOP supposedly sent out absentee ballot applications, even doing robocalls to let people know they have been sent, but I haven't seen any in the mail.
I’m hoping that all of these stories mean that the dems have reason to believe that they will lose Florida and they are trying to construct a pretext and lay the groundwork for a legal challenge.
On the other hand, when 10 actual, fraudulent Democrat voters were found, the press pooh-pooh'd it and called vote fraud a "non-issue".
I smell a set up -
This sets my spidey senses all a-tingle....follow the trail.
There... Fixed it for you.
Abso-f##king-loutely. They did it with McCotter, a man they feared, (Great intelligence and seemingly no baggage) and successfully took down. Once again, repugnicants did nothing, and look what happens...
How absurd to make a story over 10. One kid hired by this firm for minimum wage to go get names could have done this. The way the press is jumping on it makes me beleive it is phony. "Ok, every one make a big story on 1..2..3..4... go".
When SEIU does it, it’s no big deal. I’m not buying this for a minute. Not with commie ‘RAT “election supervisors” doing the checking. This is ‘RAT ****.
Pretty sure it says 10 counties, not ballots.
The errors were things such as failure to check a box for party affiliation, or a signature that “looked different” from that person’s earlier registrations.
When I was part of a voter registration drive in another Florida county, we had to examine every line and box of every form twice because the Dems had hired people to go to the clerk’s and challenge them if there was even the tiniest “irregularity.”. So we’re talking mostly paperwork errors, not things like non-existent addresses, people registering under the name Mickey Mouse, etc.
The GOP has tried to do this level of checking in certain other states, btw, and they’re getting accused of “vote suppression “ and I think I at least one case, the NAACP has filed suit against them.
So it’s the usual double standards. The GOP needs to be very careful in hiring an outside firm; on the other hand, ACORN committed outrageous fraud and error all over the country, and so far as I know was prosecuted in only one locality (for knowingly registering put of state voters).
Its 10 counties, but most of them had only a handful of errors(8, 3, etc.). One county had 103 errors, but it was things like failure to check party box, etc. In other words, the volunteer was careless in getting the registrations, and nobody checked them.
The pressure is on here in Florida. The Dems are hanging over everything the GOP does and the press is trying to put the worst possible spin on it.