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6.9 million multiple voters in 28 states, report finds
Watchdog ^ | June 25, 2014 | Kenric Ward

Posted on 06/26/2014 7:38:19 AM PDT by george76

The latest interstate voter cross check tallied 6,951,484 overlapping voter registrations, and they’re just the tip of the iceberg.

The cross-check program involves only 28 states and does not include the three largest: California, Texas and Florida.

“Duplicate registration is an open invitation to voting fraud,” said Clara Belle Wheeler, a member of the Election Board in Albemarle County, Va. “This ability to vote more than once dilutes the legal votes and changes the results of elections.”

(Excerpt) Read more at watchdog.org ...


TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Extended News; Government; News/Current Events; Politics/Elections; US: Mississippi; US: North Carolina; US: Ohio; US: Virginia
KEYWORDS: cantor; electionfraud; elections; va2014; votefraud; voterfraud
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1 posted on 06/26/2014 7:38:19 AM PDT by george76
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To: george76

Usually people just move and register at the new place. That can produce a lot of non-fraudulent duplications.

Anyone here remember to un-register before moving?


2 posted on 06/26/2014 7:40:02 AM PDT by proxy_user
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To: george76

We don’t really need to say which party, do we?


3 posted on 06/26/2014 7:40:20 AM PDT by Gaffer
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To: george76

Anti-voter ID drone: ‘There is no evidence of vote fraud.’


4 posted on 06/26/2014 7:40:33 AM PDT by relictele (Principiis obsta & Finem respice - Resist The Beginnings & Consider The Ends)
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To: george76

Just Democrats being Democrats - nothing to see here citizen, move on.


5 posted on 06/26/2014 7:41:37 AM PDT by SkyDancer (If you don't read the newspapers you are uninformed. If you do read newspapers you are misinformed)
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To: george76

That’s at least 7 million votes that are almost certainly ‘Rat votes, probably multiple times. Is there any doubt that vote fraud has swayed recent elections? Not even a smidgen!


6 posted on 06/26/2014 7:41:56 AM PDT by Paine in the Neck (Socialism consumes EVERYTHING)
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To: proxy_user

Just guessing here, but I’d bet a paycheck on the fact that there is no part of that number that is statistically significant on “relocation” registration irregularities.

And as far as the ‘unregistering’ thing, why is that a problem if there is no fraud in the region from whence you left? It’s just a nonvoting registration, right? Not hardly. It’s what Democrats are made of.


7 posted on 06/26/2014 7:42:51 AM PDT by Gaffer
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To: george76

Anyone caught voting twice should have their voting privilege suspended for a decade. Then you just monitor to make sure they don’t vote ...

Oh sh!t, never mind.


8 posted on 06/26/2014 7:43:59 AM PDT by Mich Patriot (Pitch black is the new "transparent.")
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To: george76

9 posted on 06/26/2014 7:44:13 AM PDT by Diana in Wisconsin (I don't have 'Hobbies.' I'm developing a robust Post-Apocalyptic skill set...)
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To: Paine in the Neck

why isn’t it a very easy thing to just compare lists from the computer and take off these frauds?....


10 posted on 06/26/2014 7:44:27 AM PDT by cherry
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bkmk


11 posted on 06/26/2014 7:45:30 AM PDT by Faith65 (Jesus Christ is my Lord and Savior!)
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To: george76

Heaven forbid we should have to present an i.d. Evidently, those people who are prevented from voting also don’t buy booze (or, more likely, steal it).


12 posted on 06/26/2014 7:46:53 AM PDT by immadashell (The inmates are running the asylum.)
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To: george76

This is how perfect morons get themselves elected!

(In case you were wondering)


13 posted on 06/26/2014 7:47:04 AM PDT by SMARTY ("When you blame others, you give up your power to change." Robert Anthony)
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To: george76

2012 election results

Popular vote Obama 65,915,796 Romney 60,933,500

Looks like they manufactured exactly what they needed.


14 posted on 06/26/2014 7:48:15 AM PDT by BobinIL
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To: george76

Obama’s Migrant Voter Program ?


15 posted on 06/26/2014 7:49:43 AM PDT by molson209 (Blank)
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To: Paine in the Neck

There’s the margin of victory in the last two national elections,plus a bunch more.
If honest citizens lose all confidence in the election process,what’s the next solution?


16 posted on 06/26/2014 7:50:02 AM PDT by Farmer Dean (stop worrying about what they want to do to you,start thinking about what you want to do to them)
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To: proxy_user

I’m surprised that people here believe that voting more than once is a problem.

Eric Holder has looked into this issue and states that not only is this not a problem...it’s not happening and not worth anyone’s time to investigate.

He is our Attorney General, he would not lie to us.

Nothing to see here...move on.


17 posted on 06/26/2014 7:50:17 AM PDT by Herodes
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To: Mich Patriot
Just tattoo a circle on their foreheads with a V and a slash mark across it.
18 posted on 06/26/2014 7:52:01 AM PDT by Farmer Dean (stop worrying about what they want to do to you,start thinking about what you want to do to them)
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To: george76

How does one go about finding out if someone else voted in his place after he moves? Do local election boards keep lists of people who voted?


19 posted on 06/26/2014 7:54:29 AM PDT by VanShuyten ("a shadow...draped nobly in the folds of a gorgeous eloquence.")
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To: george76

Holder isn’t going to be happy. He wants these numbers a lot higher than this.


20 posted on 06/26/2014 7:54:33 AM PDT by FlingWingFlyer (Feed the wacko enrviromentalists to the starving polar bears.)
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To: george76

This is how many democraps win. I will still say that I really do not believe Obama won in 2012. He won with massive fraud.

Even Obama knows his win was illegitimate.

Sickening.


21 posted on 06/26/2014 7:55:01 AM PDT by dforest
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To: george76

6.9 million multiple voters... and about 20 million dead voters.


22 posted on 06/26/2014 7:55:31 AM PDT by Obadiah (None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free.)
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To: cherry

Every jurisdiction has its own lists of registered voters, which it maintains. Every jurisdiction does NOT have a process by which to remove people. There is not (yet) a national voter registry.


23 posted on 06/26/2014 7:56:48 AM PDT by NEMDF
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To: BobinIL
2012 election results---Popular vote Obama 65,915,796 Romney 60,933,500 ---Looks like they manufactured exactly what they needed.

You nailed it. The WH oocupiers are the kingpins of Chicago criminal politics.

You could vote Republican your whole life, but when you die in Chicago, you become a registered Democrat; you vote in every election---where and when the kingpins need votes.

24 posted on 06/26/2014 7:59:19 AM PDT by Liz (Another Clinton administration? Are you nuts?)
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To: proxy_user
I have never "un-registered" during any move. A few years ago, I checked with the relevant Boards of Elections in States that I had previously lived in ... I had been (properly) purged in all cases.

Thad Cochran delenda est

25 posted on 06/26/2014 8:00:27 AM PDT by NorthMountain
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To: george76

So the dems stole the election. No news there.


26 posted on 06/26/2014 8:01:16 AM PDT by I want the USA back (Media: completely irresponsible. Complicit in the destruction of this country.)
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To: Big Giant Head

ping


27 posted on 06/26/2014 8:02:03 AM PDT by listenhillary (Courts, law enforcement, roads and national defense should be the extent of government)
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To: george76

Obama fraud.


28 posted on 06/26/2014 8:04:13 AM PDT by Salvation ("With God all things are possible." Matthew 19:26)
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To: george76

And this obviously doesn’t include the dimmo dead vote...


29 posted on 06/26/2014 8:05:45 AM PDT by afsnco
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To: All
All the news reports say the GOP looks good to takeover the Senate....and have complete control of both houses.

Now you can bet the evil eyes of the vengeful, lawless WH occupier, and his Enforcers are reading this......plotting and scheming so that Team Obama wont lose power to those dratted Republicans.

The "Border Plan" looks to have the most promise----importing thousands of Democrat voters across the border....who usually establish multiple identities.

Course, it does take planning and coordination.....and lots of tax dollars to grease the right palms. Every US agency is primed to save Obama from Republicans (cackle).

It was necessary for the border swarm to be coached....by the DEA....WRT what to tell Border Agents.

=============================================

Illegals Central America trek.


30 posted on 06/26/2014 8:06:01 AM PDT by Liz (Another Clinton administration? Are you nuts?)
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To: proxy_user

Most, but not all, localities are able to purge the absent voter from the list after several consecutive times of not showing up to vote, which is a somewhat flimsy and rather uncertain way of getting the voter off the rolls. It would possible to maintain multiple voting in separate states for many years, just by pre-arrangement with the current occupant of the property to forward “absentee” ballots to the double-dealer.

There are probably another several million voters in Florida alone that are also registered in other states, most notably New York and New Jersey.


31 posted on 06/26/2014 8:06:27 AM PDT by alloysteel (Selective and willful ignorance spells doom, to both victim and perpetrator - mostly the perp.)
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To: george76

You could probably catch most of these cheaters by checking absentee ballots in both states. Then fine them and use the money to keep exposing fraud.


32 posted on 06/26/2014 8:07:17 AM PDT by Kenny
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To: relictele

screw you knee jerk jerk. Everything in your paranoic world view isn’t a conspiracy. I moved to Texas and DID have my Missouri registration cancelled but I’m certain that for the bulk of sunbelt immigrants that is not a priority.

Yes there are instances of voter fraud but in the multi-millions?
Prove it.


33 posted on 06/26/2014 8:08:06 AM PDT by CARTOUCHE (9999 EOM)
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To: george76

But there is no evidence of widespread voter fraud. Just ask any Democrat.


34 posted on 06/26/2014 8:09:22 AM PDT by Little Ray (How did I end up in this hand-basket, and why is it getting so hot?)
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To: george76

When my elderly mother had a seizure, we were notified by the DMV that she would not be allowed to drive if she didn’t stay on anti-seizure medication. So the doctors are required to notify the DMV when they have a patient with such an event.

Why not require realtors to notify elections offices when a person sells their home?

Why not require mortuaries to notify elections offices when they ‘process’(can’t think of a better word at the moment) a deceased person?

I hate to say ‘there ought to be a law’, but this would take care of some of the overlaps.


35 posted on 06/26/2014 8:14:04 AM PDT by Twotone (Marte Et Clypeo)
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To: Kenny

6mil votes have now brought 12 million brothers to further eliminate the legal voting system! I hope the American public is happy caring for and nurturing these new bedfellows!


36 posted on 06/26/2014 8:18:47 AM PDT by DocJhn
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To: proxy_user
Anyone here remember to un-register before moving?

One time when I moved to a new county the board of elections said that my old location would be notified and I would be removed from the voter list there. Years later I got a summons for jury duty there because no one actually did remove me from the list. Fortunately it was an easy problem to straighten out, but someone could have been voting for me in the old county for years.

37 posted on 06/26/2014 8:25:19 AM PDT by KarlInOhio (The IRS: either criminally irresponsible in backup procedures or criminally responsible of coverup.)
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To: CARTOUCHE

Oh dear. Have you any toys left in the playpen or have you thrown them all?

My comment, echoed by many others on this thread, is that the Democrats are the ones who, in a sudden, isolated burst of libertarianism that must feel very strange to them, suddenly declare that we need NO laws on the books since the offense in question NEVER happens. Following their cod-logic, we can remove homicide statutes from the books in locations where no murders occur.

A conspiracy isn’t necessarily a massive thing. Two people agreeing to break the law is a conspiracy by definition. But precincts registering 100% perfect vote totals for Candidate X or precincts reporting 105% turnout are a fairly large and noticeable. A poll worker, with motive and opportunity to fiddle numbers who was tried and convicted of fraud and still proclaimed she was doing the right thing, is most certainly an ‘instance.’

A researcher in Florida recently discovered 600+ double registrations in just a few precincts.

It’s a logical canard dismiss specific examples as instances, since instances make up trends and small-scale vote fraud becomes large-scale vote fraud through simple arithmetic without any central controlling authority required.

I’m not sure how your situation is relevant since you followed the law and so did the government. The question both of us should ask is: why haven’t all states and all precincts? Keep the seed from germinating and the plant will never grow.

The only proof I require is that those who are most vociferously opposed to the simple standard of a fair election are the ones who stand to benefit the most from fraud. As above, their sudden civil-liberties epiphany is not only unprecedented, it is hypocritical in the extreme.


38 posted on 06/26/2014 8:29:22 AM PDT by relictele (Principiis obsta & Finem respice - Resist The Beginnings & Consider The Ends)
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To: proxy_user

I don’t know about other states, but Wisconsin asks for the previous address of the voter. I think the City Clerk’s office then notifies the Clerk for the previous address.


39 posted on 06/26/2014 8:31:06 AM PDT by knittnmom (Save the earth! It's the only planet with chocolate!)
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To: george76

I guess this Clara Belle is not Clarabell the clown.


40 posted on 06/26/2014 8:50:49 AM PDT by certrtwngnut
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To: proxy_user

I did, but I am a conservative.


41 posted on 06/26/2014 8:52:08 AM PDT by jrestrepo (See you all in Galt's gulch)
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To: george76

My wife and I just voted in the CA Primary. We noticed, when signing the register that our married daughter was listed with us ( because she uses her maiden name and because she lived with us when first married over ten years ago). Since that time, she has been out of the country for two years and has been registered in two other CA counties. So I called the Registrar of Voters and was told that she was listed as and “inactive voter,” and that she would have to contact the Registrar personally to have her name removed . It wasn’t really clear that she could have actually voted here, but this is BS! It used two be that if you failed to vote in two successive state-wide elections, you were removed from the voter roles. Looks to me like another RAT-inspired voter fraud process.


42 posted on 06/26/2014 8:55:18 AM PDT by vette6387
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To: proxy_user
Usually people just move and register at the new place. That can produce a lot of non-fraudulent duplications. Anyone here remember to un-register before moving?

And I wonder how many of those get voted without the knowledge of the person who moved.

43 posted on 06/26/2014 8:59:05 AM PDT by sphinx
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To: alloysteel
IMO, the issue is not with voters who are actually voting multiple times. I just don't see a large number of people driving (in your instance) from FL to NY to cast an extra vote for Obama. Though I'm sure they exist.

No, what I see is issues at the polling places, where dishonest @#$%@#$ cast afterhours party line votes for all those registered, but non-voting people. 'Tis how they get 100+% turnout in elections. Nearly 7 million oppotunities to have that happen, according to this article. And, I'd bet that's the tip of the iceberg.

44 posted on 06/26/2014 9:04:20 AM PDT by wbill
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To: sphinx
And I wonder how many of those get voted without the knowledge of the person who moved.

.....see my post 44. GMTA

45 posted on 06/26/2014 9:05:16 AM PDT by wbill
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To: relictele

Your snide dismissal of a fellow Freeper’s comment is all I need to know about you and I’m still waiting for your solution. That any of us here disagrees with you does not make us an enemy of the state.

I suspect more federal intervention would appease your obsession with voter fraud? Every state has its priorities and that is what helps to keep the ‘rights’ in States Rights.

All that is necessary to fight instances of fraud is to punish it with severe and I mean severe means.

No need to respond. I have more important work to accomplish
than to read the bilbous froth from the likes of you.


46 posted on 06/26/2014 9:06:47 AM PDT by CARTOUCHE (9999 EOM)
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To: alloysteel
There are probably another several million voters in Florida alone that are also registered in other states, most notably New York and New Jersey

I lived in FL and KNOW that some people vote in two states. Probably enough to swing national elections.

47 posted on 06/26/2014 9:07:55 AM PDT by Veto! (OpInions freely dispensed as advice)
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To: proxy_user
Go back! This is smoke and mirrors!

Got nothing to do with real vote fraud. I have voted legally in 5 states and am not unregistered in any of them. How does one un-register? New registrations and change of addresses are supposed to wipe out the old. Of course, they do not. The real fraud consists of 'dormant' lapsed registrations being awakened to issue absentee ballots or by sending in voters to sub for "missing" voters.

A far more 'real' issue is apparent in FL, where many thousands of "Snowbirds" and retired people ... usually Democrats, consciously maintain their NY, NY, MI,IL, NE etc registration and vote in their home district by absentee ballot, thoughtfully forwarded to FL by mail, and also register in FL with Motor Voter, or at the PO, to vote in FL.

Maybe 200,000 of'em. That's more than enough to screw up FL, and in a national election, to give the state's electoral vote to the Democrat. Speaking of iceberg tips, that is far from the full story of FL vote fraud, as the probably honest but somewhat naive Co. West discovered to his chagrin. And, he didn't fight it very hard, IMNVHO.

This was a citizen's wake-up call to me, though. I swear to go back and "unregister" wherever I was formerly registered.

48 posted on 06/26/2014 9:20:37 AM PDT by Kenny Bunk (The GOP is dying. What do we do now?)
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To: Kenny Bunk

I’ll bet there are democrats who figure out which people have moved and send people to vote under those voter registrations.


49 posted on 06/26/2014 9:34:12 AM PDT by Revel
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To: proxy_user

NH has a large college presence.
They are always around during voting.
They mostly vote Democrat.
They can vote in this state as a resident and also send in an absentee ballot from their home state. Happens all the time.


50 posted on 06/26/2014 9:40:37 AM PDT by lucky american (Progressives are attacking our rights and y'all will sit there and take it.)
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