Skip to comments.Cuyahoga voter registration statistics (10/1/12) (Dems/Indies down and Reps up)
Posted on 10/02/2012 12:13:27 PM PDT by Ravi
(Excerpt) Read more at boe.cuyahogacounty.us ...
Dems: 395,000 Reps: 91,000 Indies: 427,000
Voter Registration as of 10/1/2012:
Dems: 345,000 Reps: 126,000 Indies: 286,000
Talk about voter clean-up of rolls. Impressive! The difference in 4 years in Cleveland is pretty dramatic. Dems drop by 50 thousand and Reps increase by 35 thousand and Indies drop by 140,000. Wow. This is prolly the most dramatic change I've seen in any one county.
I really wonder how many of these drop offs were phantom ACORN voters.
Enuff for Obama to get 460,000 votes in cuyahoga in 08.
A lot. Keep in mind early voting started today. You can register and vote today.... on the same day.
And if memory serves me right...there’s no way for them to be checked until after the certified counts....
It jives with this Fox News story September 26:
“[Democratic Party] Voter registration in the Buckeye State is down by 490,000 people from four years ago. Of that reduction, 44 percent is in Cleveland and surrounding Cuyahoga County, where Democrats outnumber Republicans more than two to one.
“I think what we’re seeing is a lot of spin and hype on the part of the Obama campaign to try to make it appear that they’re going to cruise to victory in Ohio,” Cuyahoga County Republican Chairman Rob Frost said. “It’s not just Cuyahoga County. Nearly 350,000 of those voters are the decrease in the rolls in the three largest counties, Cuyahoga, Hamilton and Franklin.” “
Thanks for the ping!
I live in Cuyahoga county.
I used to register as a Republican, but IIRC, when you get a Republican ballot, you don’t get to vote on offices where only Dems are running - and in Cleveland/Cuyahoga, that’s a fair amount.
I suspect others, like me, register as Independents so they can at least vote for the lesser of Dem evils on those offices.
The inner-city tribal parasites of Cleveland, ACORN-infested absentee ballots and mail-in ballots, CANNOT be overcome by the working people in suburban areas. Cleveland, aka “The Cesspool on Lake Erie” has too many welfare-dependent people (4th generation), and I’m sure that Toledo, Cincinatti, Dayton, and Columbus suffer the same parasitic-infestation, but to a much lesser degree.