Skip to comments.More Florida voter fraud? 3000 registrations list UPS stores as residence
Posted on 04/27/2014 3:30:12 PM PDT by PoloSec
If there is one thing I learned in the 2012 election cycle, it was about voter fraud. My conservative warrior associate, Katherine Engelbrecht, and her organization, True the Vote, took up the mantle against the St. Lucie County Supervisor of Elections, Gertrude Walker, who admitted to sending questionable results to the Florida Secretary of State. It was somewhat disheartening that the Florida Secretary of State and Attorney General sat back, watched the news reports, and did nothing.
With that background, Id like to share a story written by Gregg Prentice: Voter Fraud? If theyre not catching the easy stuff, what else are they missing?
Prentice asks, are some of Floridas Supervisors of Elections skirting the law? Supervisors are tasked with maintaining an accurate voter roll. One of the requirements of the Supervisors is to ensure voters provide a legal residence address. Yet a December 2013 analysis shows more than 3,000 voter registrations statewide listing their residence address at a UPS store, potentially illegally.
Florida Law is clear and, with minor exception, requires that voter registrations listing other than an address of legal residence should not be accepted, because they are ineligible (F.S. 98.045 (1)(h)). In fact, its actually a felony to willfully submit any false voter registration information (F.S.104.011(2)). Accordingly, if these ineligible registrations are found to exist, Florida statutes also provide for their prompt correction or removal (F.S. 98.075(6) & (7)).
So there you go. Its a felony for this to have happened, but how can it be that a citizen watchdog had to uncover this Florida voter fraud while the people paid with our taxpayer dollars have not a clue? Is it not a mandated responsibility of the Florida State Supervisors of Elections to maintain these voter address rolls? Id say so.
A review of the state-mandated voter registration list reveals that of the 3,000 UPS store registrations:
- 1,200 match addresses already known as commercial that were ignored - 500 match addresses erroneously marked as residential - 1,100 have no match at all.
The question is, when stories like this surface, how can the voting electorate believe there is integrity in their electoral process? Weve reported here on the Hamilton County (Cincinnati) Ohio poll worker, Melowese Richardson, who voted nearly seven times. She was supposed to have a five-year sentence but thanks to Al Sharptons National Action Network, she served just about 18 months.
Oh and by the way, she wasnt charged by the federal government with any type of voter fraud allegations so much for Eric Holders concern about voter suppression.
You see, the real voter suppression comes when fraud exists, as it negates an individuals lawful and proper vote. The fraudulent shenanigans in the 2012 Congressional District 18 election in St. Lucie County and to some extent Palm Beach County amounted to voter suppression. But as we reported previously, its not voter suppression Democrats are worried about, its fraud suppression.
In the case of the UPS store registrations, its not a recent phenomenon. More than 2,300 of the more than 3,000 recently discovered UPS store registrations had the exact same UPS store listed as their residence at least 15 months prior. Approximately 800 of those 2,300 likely ineligible registrations voted in Floridas during the 2012 General Election.
Worse however, since Federal Elections occur in even years, the Supervisors are required by law to perform their primary list maintenance during the odd years. Yet these 3,000 UPS store registrations were identified in December of 2013 as the Supervisors odd year voter roll efforts came to a close.
So its pretty clear too many of our Supervisors arent nearly as effective in their jobs as one might hope and theyre not complying with Florida statute.
So in which counties did this occur?
According to the report, of the 67 counties in Florida, 38 were clean. The majority of the unclean counties have said theyre working on it. But three counties have not responded at all or weakly: Broward, Orange and Hillsborough. Prentice says Broward county receives the heres your sign award with fully 40 percent of the 3,000 potentially ineligible records, and simply responding theyre in process.
Note: Broward represents only about 10 percent of the total state population.
Hat tip to Gregg Prentice for doing this research. He truly deserves recognition as a Guardian of the Republic. And in order to preserve this Republic, we will need many more Guardians. I challenge others to do the same in their state as Gregg has done here for us in Florida. In a universe of deceit, truth becomes a revolutionary act and this is just the tip of the iceberg.
It just shows that the Dhimmicrap machine delivers.
I absolutely love True The Vote. I encourage all to contribute and/or volunteer to help them out.
Glad they are finding these. Now what is going to happen to the fraudsters?
good question what happens to the fraudulent address voters.
The UPS stores generally have mail boxes for rent, which these people are using as a mailing address. Of course it’s not the address they live at. But it is a street address where they receive mail.
Whether they are compelled to register at the address they actually reside at is a good question.
I have “progressive “ friends from my 1960s college days, who are snow birds from NY to Fla. I am positive that they ‘double dip’ the vote.
Perhaps Romney did win Fl and OH...
But it could also be the motor home crowd. You use a service that will forward your mail, and use the address for residency. (Your mail and SS checks go there.)
Well, I see there are many businesses, etc., that will not accept/deliver to P.O. boxes as they require residential addresses. Why do we not do the same for absentee ballots? This, after all is a lot more serious subject. Ah, well.
Voter Photo ID.
Problem being the GOP’s resolve to expose it. Cowards most.
Florida has a lot of part time residents and people living in RV’s. Many seniors do this. Register in Florida as a resident and get a drop box that uses a physical address rather than PO box.
I should get one, I’m tired of fighting with Walgreen’s over my PO box when they demand physical address. They can’t even answer the question: IS it a law or is it just Walgreen’s policy?
As for voter registration, States themselves are sometimes the problem. I haven’t lived in NJ for 30 years yet they still have me listed on the voter sign-off sheet ... Despite the fact that I have registered and voted in San Diego for 30 years.
My last name is unique. My grand father and his brother Anglicised their surname when they immigrated from Ireland. So my brother keeps telling me I’m listed on the NJ roll still.
They don’t want to catch it because it benefits them. District attorneys in areas where fraud is rampant tend to be libs. Even if you set it in their laps, with a pretty bow around it they will ignore it. Their motto is, by any means necessary.
I agree but I used to live in a rural area that did not have house numbering systems on the county roads. Would Rural Route 2 Box 181 be much different than a PO Box number as a means to creating frauddulent votes?
Democrats are very good at two things. Going after our wallets and stealing elections.
“I have progressive friends from my 1960s college days, who are snow birds from NY to Fla. I am positive that they double dip the vote.”
I don’t like saying this but your friends should be in jail if they vote places.
You need new friends.
450 folks listed the voter registrar’s office in Seattle, WA as their home address.
WA now votes by mail so picture ID is optional when you cast your ballot.
s/is running amok.
How can this happen?
I have a box at the local UPS store and have all my mail delivered there. Because the USPS out in the country where I live sucks.
So, if I were applying for voter registration and the clerk asked for my address, I’d give my UPS address because it’s the only address I use. Looking at the address, you’d never know it was a UPS store. It’s a legitimate street address.
If the clerk asked if that’s where I live, I’d say, no that’s a UPS store. My physical street address is.... But I’d do that only if asked.
Then should not they be allowed to register ONLY at their PRIMARY residence?
I believe I read somewhere that a bunch of fraudlent tax refunds went to one address. How hard can it be to write a line of code that will flag when more than 4 people attempt to get a tax return or register to vote at a single address?
This is just what they’ve uncovered. Heartbreaking.
Don’t know for sure. So I’m not going to make a stink about something g of which I am uncertain.
-——I believe I read somewhere that a bunch of fraudlent tax refunds went to one address. -——
That was an address in Atlanta, if my memory serves me correctly.... It was multiple millions of dollars with something like 13,000 checks sent there...
I believe to this day is was a SEIU address...
Old friends. I hunt their land for deer each year. Occasionally we get political at that point we must stop or walk away. It got testy a few times.
Try to stay away from politics.
Didn't say I knew for sure. Just a guess.
The 2012 election was stolen. No doubt. They register voters, call and ask if they plan to vote, and vote for the non-committals. All the while using the IRS to stop conservative fundraising.
There will never be another legitimate election.
You’re asking your question from the perspective of someone whom sounds honest, with no intention to skirt the law or game the system by voting multiple times. Presumably, you just wouldn’t do it. I don’t know your reasons, and frankly I don’t need nor want to. Maybe you are a stickler for following the law. Maybe you don’t want to be caught breaking it. Maybe you like the idea of everyone voting once and the outcome is the outcome.
Not everyone has that kind of perspective. Some start out with the idea of overcoming the law and they believe they are doing a great thing by ensuring their candidate wins and if they can vote 6 times, there are any number of convoluted justifications for doing so. And I don’t mean to sound preachy, but there are stacks and stacks of “end justifies the means” types out there and they view their continued success within the system as a result of subverting it and working to game it.
Where you wouldn’t consider accosting and robbing an elderly person even for a microsecond, others would consider such a person an easy mark.
Most suburban and rural polling places are schoolrooms with four tables shoved together and some machines or booths dragged in and staffed by volunteers or $15/hour retirees, they’re not Fort Knox. So they are easy marks who those inclined to game the system. For some reason, many of us just don’t have that instinct.
Their new slogan: ‘The UPS Store, your new home address for voter fraud.’
What can Brown do for you?
Thanks for the compliments and the sermon.
I, along with the other two hundred or so folks that have a box at the UPS store, will all answer the same when asked for our address.
The clerks doing the registration should be asking for a physical address, not a mailing address.
I would think RR delivery people would notice high volume of ballots going to one address but realized it happens in the big cities, unabated. However, country folk also have more than a modicum of common sense. If a pile of mail goes to one address, chances are the carrier isn’t going to inspect the address on each piece of mail he/she jams in the box, we get a lot of mail to people here who are long-gone. Ow, my head. ;)
I’d say not too hard, considering all the surveillance technology the gov’t possesses. But I’m sure it boils down to ‘gotta wanna’ before something like that happens...
Are the “voters” in question party affiliated?
If they registered fraudulently they would most likely register as a member of the opposite party since you can vote for whomever you want in the general election.
In CA the registration form has a space for a physical address (required) and a mailing address (optional.)
If you’re homeless, you can register with an approximate location and use general delivery as your mailing address.
If you’re properly registered at a real residence and then become homeless, you can continue to use that address until you register again.