Skip to comments.Judge orders Ga. officials to stop tossing absentee ballots over signatures
Posted on 10/25/2018 3:45:59 PM PDT by EarlyBird
A federal judge on Wednesday ordered Georgia election officials to stop summarily tossing absentee ballots because of mismatched signatures, delivering a crucial win to voting-rights advocates and to Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams less than two weeks before Election Day.
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But this could backfire on the Dems!
Hello , absentee ballot ,what absentee ballot
Just because there are 800 voters registered out of a post office box does not mean that there is anything nefarious going on!
Let me guess: Democrat judge.
If these absentee ballots are fake - which most of them probably are - contacting the voters for clarification is going to reveal the full extent of Dem voter fraud in Georgia.
Yeah let’s contact them. See what’s what...I don’t mind this
I refuse to vote absentee ballot.
I go to the polls.
No early voting for me.
A federal judge on Wednesday ordered Georgia election officials to stop summarily tossing absentee ballots because of mismatched signatures, delivering a crucial win to voting-fraud advocates
I’m good with that, send a SWAT squad to discuss their fraudulent ballot!
If they have to contact the voter...this will surely backfire. And if it was their ballot, then good they should be allowed to vote. This could get very interesting.
Im gonna hate the delay in certifying the vote, but I think the final outcome of this ruling could be very interesting, and possibly NOT what Stacey Abrams expected!
I received my first BETO “please vote for me” letter in the mail today. I guess because I’m a registered Independent, but it’s just too funny in an ironic way !
Georgia can tell this communist to go to hell since the Supreme court has ruled on it
“I refuse to vote absentee ballot. I go to the polls. No early voting for me.”
Absentee ballots are a problem and I wouldn’t consider doing it unless I were desperate — scheduled surgery or similar. I ran elections for a mid-sized city about 30 years ago, and saw that there’s too much opportunity for messing around with them. I don’t especially like the concept of early voting, but I do it as long as a voting machine is being used and signatures are checked two or three times before getting to the booth.
“Georgia can tell this communist to go to hell since the Supreme court has ruled on it”
I hope Georgia officials are “up” on SCOTUS ruling so they can insist that nonconforming ballots be disregarded.
I’m long gone from the states. I wouldn’t be mixing into American politics, except that American presidents keep mixing into Israel’s, so I can’t afford to keep my distance anymore. Trump has been a Godsend, and the people opposed to him must be stopped. So I’m voting any way I can, and the only way I can is by absentee ballot.
I’m with you on that. I feel it’s my duty as a citizen to physically go to the polls, and cast my vote on election day. My father was a stickler for making sure we went to the polls. Of course, back then, there was none of this early voting crap available.
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