Skip to comments.BREAKING: Massive Voter Fraud in St. Lucie County, Florida
Posted on 11/10/2012 11:13:13 AM PST by cruise_missile
On Tuesday only one precinct had less than 113% turnout. The Unofficial vote count is 175,554 registered voters 247,713 vote cards cast (141.10% ). The National SEAL Museum, a St. Lucie county polling place, had 158.85% voter turn out, the highest in the county.
The Supervisor of Elections, Gertrude Walker, had this to say concerning the 141% voter turnout: They may have had something like that in Palm Beach County, but weve never seen that here.
So maybe Allen West wasnt crazy to ask for a lock-down on the ballot boxes and machines in this county. According to the report given the day after elections, Allen B. West garnered 52,625 votes in St.Lucie county and Patrick Murphy 65,896 votes.
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From what I’ve read, some of the over-vote confusion is due to multi-part forms used in these various districts. However, you couldn’t have more fertile ground for vote fraud than areas where the process is overly complicated, like this.
And this wasn’t just confined to St. Lucie County and Florida. THey pulled these stunts in several swing states thus accounting for the inconsistencies in voting patterns.
DU must be going crazy over these FR threads. According to a comment on one of the original articles, the St. Lucie ballot required two “vote cards” so there were actually only half as many ballots as it appears, so the turnout was only 70%, not 140%.
It's ENTIRELY due to multi-part ballots. If you look at the numbers released by the county, the first two sheets (summary sheets) list the number of "cards counted." THIS is the place where you see "turnouts" of 113% and up, with a total "turnout" for the county of 141.1%. That's because the ballot was so long in this county (and, as I understand it, throughout Florida) that it was split up onto two different ballots. So, each voter who voted actually had two ballots cast.
If you look at the whole report, the rest of it lists the number of ballots cast in each race. For President/Vice-President, for example, the report states that out of 175,554 registered voters, there were 123,591 votes counted for President/Vice-President. This equals a turnout of ~70.4%.
So, the ~140% turnout reflected the fact, because of the length of the ballot, there were two different ballots issued to each voter. 70% turnout * 2 ballots = 140% turnout (where turnout = ballots/voters)
The UDT-SEAL Museum in Ft. Pierce? Interesting.
Visited the museum a couple of times, going back about a decade or so ago. 'Patches' Watson was the curator at the time. Even dedicated a brick to their walk.
Unusual place for voter fraud.
Anything less is an insult to those who have ever trusted them with their money.
I was also thinking that 2012 would be the last Presidential Election
After he gets done with all the entitlements, changes the Supreme Court, etc.....I really don’t see a republican president ever again. I wish I felt otherwise, but I don’t.
So the St. Lucie Supervisor of Elections Gertrude Walker doesn’t understand the two vote cards per ballot voting configuration?
Doesn’t seem like the type of oversight an Elections Supervisor would make.
Unfortunately, Republican man has become an oxymoron
Your explanation was exactly what I was referring to — I’d seen it stated a number of times on multiple threads.
What I don’t want, is having the potential for fraud associated with the overly large numbers discounted as simply the rantings of “wild-eyed Conservatives”. I think Allen West has good grounds to dispute his tally in Saint Lucie County, due to the rapid change in the vote count that occurred there.
The GOP doesn’t care and it will be 10x worse next time.
We no longer live in a democratic republic.
This country is now like Venezuela, Russia, Cuba or Burma
It doesn’t matter what West does or what voter fraud gave Obama the election.
The fix is in.
The Club of Rome, Bildergerb, Illuminati, are going to get their one world government, and that is all there is to it. No US political party is going to stand in their way. It is a done deal. The fix is in.
Praise God and apologize to your children and grandchildren.
The fix is in. It is a done deal. There is no stopping it.
It happened in Ohio, Penn, Colorado, Wisconsin, Florida and maybe other states too
You mean you don't know? Aren't you the supervisor of elections? That's what your title says. How can you exceed 100% of the registered voters let alone get 100% of voter turn out?
You Dem cheaters are so full of crap.
That's why I'm done with them. Really, it doesn't matter. Either corrupt faction will sellout to their money brokers. I'm not about to give them any respect by waisting my time voting from now on.
Agreed. Unfortunately, too many "wild-eyed Conservatives" seem to have bought into this nonsense "140% turnout" story.