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  • Spanish Company Associated With George Soros Will "Count" America's Votes Overseas In November

    04/27/2012 6:38:18 AM PDT · by Fennie · 31 replies
    The Daily Paul ^ | April 25, 2012
    From The Western Center for Journalism in a piece entitled, "Spanish Company Will 'Count' American Votes Overseas In November,' they state the following in this excerpt: "When the Spanish online voting company SCYTL bought the largest vote processing corporation in the United States, it also acquired the means of manufacturing the outcome of the 2012 election. For SOE, the Tampa based corporation purchased by SCYTL in January, supplies the election software which records, counts, and reports the votes of Americans in 26 states-900 total jurisdictions-across the nation. And if that doensn't make you squirm, George Soros is closely associated with...
  • New Vote Machines Ignite Feud In Emery

    03/29/2006 8:28:35 AM PST · by steve-b · 3 replies · 423+ views
    Salt Lake Tribune ^ | 3/28/06 | Glen Warchol
    After 23 years as Emery County clerk, Bruce Funk will decide this morning whether he will resign because he cannot endorse an election on Utah's new voting machines. "In no way could I feel comfortable with these machines," Funk said Monday. "I don't want to be part of something that put into question the results that come out of Emery County."...
  • East St. Louis (Illinois) Police Chief and Deputy in FBI Custody

    01/21/2005 10:37:47 AM PST · by Clintons Are White Trash · 154 replies · 13,079+ views
    http://971 Talk Radio ^ | 1/21/05 | 97.1 Talk Radio
    Links not updated yet, this was just announced on 97.1 Talk FM. The Chief of Police and his assistant/deputy are in FBI Custody. There is to be a press confrence at 2:30 to announce the details. All indications is that this is in regard to an investigation into Voter Fraud that began immediately after the November presidential election.
  • Ballot scams aimed at early Manatee voters

    10/21/2004 7:38:03 AM PDT · by NautiNurse · 28 replies · 944+ views
    Bradenton Herald ^ | Thu, Oct. 21, 2004 | NICK MASON
    Two voting scams were reported Wednesday in Manatee County, prompting Supervisor of Elections Bob Sweat to issue public warnings so county voters do not get cheated out of their right to vote. "It's very misrepresentative to the people, and we just don't want the people confused," Sweat said. "Somebody is out there doing something they shouldn't do."Sweat said Palmetto Mayor Larry Bustle told him Wednesday that someone with a portable computer had approached residents of northeastern Palmetto at their homes and offered to let them vote on the computer so they would not have to go to the polls Nov....
  • Chavez wins Recall Vote

    08/16/2004 1:14:49 AM PDT · by StopDemocratsDotCom · 139 replies · 7,408+ views
    Chavez wins Recall Vote
  • Voter Registration Campaign Focuses On Lawrence's Homeless Population (KC Area Votescam Alert!)

    07/13/2004 2:08:37 PM PDT · by gopwinsin04 · 22 replies · 539+ views
    Lawrence Journal ^ | 7/12/04 | Dave Ranney
    Bruce Martin, a 52 year old who's been homeless on and off for the past few years admitted he hadn't bothered voting in too many elections.'I don't have an address, man,' he said, sitting crosslegged on the grounds of the Community Drop In Center, 214 W. 10th Street. 'I sleep on the rooftops,' Martin said. 'That makes it kind of hard to register.' Not anymore. With some help, Martin along with about a dozen other transient men and women, registed to vote on Monday. 'They can use the Community Drop In Center address if they want to. It's OK,' said...
  • Online voting an election away

    07/07/2004 8:54:42 AM PDT · by solicitor77 · 8 replies · 381+ views
    CHICAGO, July 7 (UPI) -- Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., announced his pick for the Democratic Party's vice presidential nomination Tuesday on the Internet, but how long will it be before voters actually get to choose the president and the vice president with a few keystrokes online? Sooner than many have predicted -- perhaps within four to eight years. "We're one presidential election, or maybe two presidential elections, away from Internet voting," said Ron Klein, a state senator and Democratic Party leader in the Florida Senate, who was involved in the 2000 election recount in Florida. "There's no question that Internet...
  • PROJECT HILLARY: Request No. 3 - Hassidic Jewish Votes for Hillary in New York Senate Race

    01/13/2004 7:30:53 PM PST · by doug from upland · 56 replies · 1,208+ views
    Project Hillary | 1-13-04 | Doug from Upland
    No. 1 - Peter Paul No. 2 - Paul Fray FReepers, PROJECT HILLARY continues. I have been talking during the last several days with some major players who have information about Hillary that is perfect for this project. Thanks to all of you who contributed on the above threads and contributed info by sending FReepmail. You never know what small piece of info will help get to the next trail. Today, I am asking for your help for info and links about Hillary's 2000 Senate campaign. Hassidic Jews voted for Rick Lazio to the tune of about 70 percent...
  • Con Job at Diebold Subsidiary

    12/20/2003 10:21:52 AM PST · by steve-b · 8 replies · 139+ views
    Wired ^ | 17 December 2003
    At least five convicted felons secured management positions at a manufacturer of electronic voting machines, according to critics demanding more stringent background checks for people responsible for voting machine software. Voter advocate Bev Harris alleged Tuesday that managers of a subsidiary of Diebold, one of the country's largest voting equipment vendors, included a cocaine trafficker, a man who conducted fraudulent stock transactions and a programmer jailed for falsifying computer records.
  • Undocumented migrants' driver license bill advances

    09/03/2003 7:47:00 PM PDT · by Yosemitest · 31 replies · 640+ views
    SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS ^ | Wed, Sep. 03, 2003 | Ann E. Marimow
    SACRAMENTO - After an antagonistic debate colored by recall politics, the state Assembly on Tuesday approved controversial legislation to allow as many as 2 million undocumented immigrants to apply for California driver's licenses.The Senate is expected to concur on amendments and give final approval as early as today, and Gov. Gray Davis has promised to sign it, despite having vetoed similar legislation twice before because of law enforcement concerns.For more than two hours, lawmakers exchanged harsh words, with Republicans accusing Democrats of politicizing the bill to help the governor defeat the Oct. 7 recall and Democrats accusing Republicans of being...