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To: BJungNan
IMHO it is a BIG problem.

I live in NC and there is a database on the internet for all to see that has every registered voter, where he/she votes, political party, etc. Also, you can view a history of voter - what elections he voted in and how (absentee, in person).

According to my understanding, on election day,at different times during the day, the poll workers will give a list to the parties of who has not voted, with the idea they are going to call the people. From what I have heard, these people look up the history and close to closing time will send bus loads of people to vote for these people.

13 posted on 10/17/2002 10:41:10 AM PDT by dhfnc
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To: dhfnc
We've seen a lot of evidence of systematic voter fraud. The democrats were caught red-handed cheating in Santa Anna CA and in New Orleans in 1996, law enforcement proved the case against them and yet nothing was done to punish the perps. In 1998 the dems got caught cheating in Miami and in this case somebody was punished. But this has become a pattern for the democrats it seems. The news media should focus in on the corruption, instead they ignore it. Yesterday they passed some new law in washington to allegedly deal with this, but apparently it is a very weak reform that will accomplish nothing. This is a massive problem in our country and nobody cares about it seemingly.
15 posted on 10/17/2002 10:49:29 AM PDT by Red Jones
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To: dhfnc
I voted for the second choice on the poll, but after reading your post (#13) I see the third choice is the correct answer. This is stomach churning.
18 posted on 10/17/2002 10:53:52 AM PDT by BJungNan
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