Wednesday, October 27, 2010

How Democrats have perfected the art of stealing elections.

They did it in Minnesota in 2008 and they tried to do it in Florida ten years ago. Democrats stealing elections by hand counting ballots. Apparently, too many Republicans still haven't got a clue how Democrats have perfected the art of stealing elections. Following the near disaster in Florida in 2000 Jon Dougherty and David Kupelian wrote an article: ELECTION 2000 'How Democrats steal elections' Veterans of hand recounts describe techniques used to change outcome. They begin with this ominous fact:
"The manual vote recounts being insisted on by Democratic operatives in Palm Beach County, Fla., have been used for over 20 years to steal elections from Republicans, claim several GOP veterans of hand-recount election-upsets.""What's happening in Florida is exactly the game plan laid out to me by an attorney who represented the Democrats in a recount in California where they stole a seat from us," former California Assemblyman Pat Nolan told WorldNetDaily."
"Regarding the 1980 California Assembly race between Republican Adrian Fondse and Democrat Pat Johnston, Nolan recalled that the Republican won "by about 54 votes or so." But after the election, Democrats "brought in their junkyard dog lawyers from around the country," said Nolan, "and basically harassed the local registrar -- got in their faces and demanded to handle ballots" -- which were of the same type now in dispute in Palm Beach."
In 2008 in Minnesota, Democrat Al Franken was loosing by several hundred votes until his lawyers got a recall started. Then mysterious bundles of paper ballots were discovered in desks and after several months of court battles, Franken pulled ahead and was declared the winner. Now most polling places are using electronic voting on different types of computer screens. Same story just a different method. In the old days the rallying cry around the Democrat wards was, "Vote Early and Often" and it seems that part hasn't changed.
We’ve heard about dead people voting because some Democrats actually study the Obituary Columns in the newspapers and then show up at the polls to vote in the name of someone who has died. That has been the case in many precincts that do not require a voter to show identification. Now in this critical mid-term election the news from across the nation is showing cases of electronic voting machines have a Democrat candidates name already checked off when a voter enters the booth and massive phony voter registrations.
Here is a small compilation of recent news stories about fraudulent Democrat vote scandals. And don't forget about ACORN a Democrat funded group that turns in hundreds of thousands of fake voter registration cards. 

New Bern Sun Journal, Craven CountyNorth Carolina
A Craven County voter says he had a near miss at the polls on Thursday when an electronic voting machine completed his straight-party ticket for the opposite of what he intended.

Sam Laughinghouse of New Bern said he pushed the button to vote Republican in all races, but the voting machine screen displayed a ballot with all Democrats checked. He cleared the screen and tried again with the same result, he said. Then he asked for and received help from election staff.

“They pushed it twice and the same thing happened,” Laughinghouse said. “That was four times in a row. The fifth time they pushed it and the Republicans came up and I voted.”

M. Ray Wood, Craven County Board of elections chairman, issued a written statement saying that the elections board is aware of isolated issues and that in each case the voter was able to cast his or her ballot as desired.
Channel 5 Fox News in Las Vegas, Nevada
LAS VEGAS -- Some voters in Boulder City complained on Monday that their ballot had been cast before they went to the polls, raising questions about Clark County's electronic voting machines.

Voter Joyce Ferrara said when they went to vote for Republican Sharron Angle, her Democratic opponent, Sen. Harry Reid's name was already checked.

Ferrara said she wasn't alone in her voting experience. She said her husband and several others voting at the same time all had the same thing happen.

"Something's not right," Ferrara said. "One person that's a fluke. Two, that's strange. But several within a five minute period of time -- that's wrong."

Clark County Registrar of Voters Larry Lomax said there is no voter fraud, although the issues do come up because the touch-screens are sensitive. For that reason, a person may not want to have their fingers linger too long on the screen after they make a selection at any time.
Cincinnati Enquirer, Cincinnati, Ohio
Three van loads of Hughes High students were taken last week during school hours to vote and given sample ballots only for Democratic candidates and then taken for ice cream, a Monday lawsuit alleges.

The complaint was made by Thomas Brinkman Jr., a Republican candidate for Hamilton County auditor, and the Coalition Opposed to Additional Spending & Taxes against Cincinnati Public Schools.

"They plan to bring four more high schools (to vote) this week," Christopher Finney, COAST attorney, said Monday after filing the suit.
Yuma Sun newspaper, Yuma County, Arizona Reported by Publius Pundit
The Yuma Sun is reporting that two organizations — Mi Familia Vota and One Vote Arizona — submitted more than 3000 voter registrations in Yuma County, and more than 20,000 voters statewide. Even more, they have signed up 43,000 people statewide for the permanent early voter list.

    What they didn’t tell you is that voter fraud on a massive scale could be taking place, ostensibly to help Raul Grijalva keep the congressional seat he holds by stealing the election.

    Here’s what the article doesn’t tell you, by a source in the Yuma County Recorder’s Office:

    * These 3000 voter registration forms were all dropped off at once by the one group on the deadline to turn in voter registration forms.
    * Almost all of the registrations were for the Democratic Party, a statistical improbability at best.
    * Today, these same 3000 newly registered voters — as a group — had papers dropped off at the Yuma Recorder’s office requesting to be signed up for the permanent early voters list… which means the ballots will be mailed early, with no accountability.
    * The Yuma Recorder’s office is checking the voter registration forms and have found that already more than 65% of them are invalid due to the registrant not being a citizen, wrong/invalid address, false signature, etc.

    Now, the question is: is voter fraud taking place in Yuma County… and is it taking place on an even bigger scale in Pima County?

    So far, the partisan Democrat in charge of the Pima County Recorder’s Office, F. Ann Rodriguez, has been completely silent about any such activity, though certainly even just a few thousand votes could change the outcome of the race between rocket scientist Ruth McClung and boycotter Raul Grijalva.
Fox News Daytona Beach, Florida
When police raided Daytona Beach City Commissioner Derrick Henry’s office this week and seized his computer, they say they discovered evidence of what election experts say has become a rampant, largely ignored and troubling issue in Florida — the widespread abuse of absentee ballots.

    Police say Henry’s computer was used to obtain dozens of absentee ballots prior to the city’s Aug. 24 elections, in which he was re-elected.

    The Daytona Beach probe started when an elections supervisor noticed that as many as 90 absentee ballots had been requested from two e-mail addresses, and that they came from a single computer. (It is illegal in Florida for anyone other than a family member to help in requesting an absentee ballot.)

    Volusia County Election Supervisor Ann McFall said she grew suspicious “because 40 requests arrived in one batch on the night of Aug. 6, and another 15 the next day.

    “The absentee ballots had no phone numbers on them, and my first concern was to get them in compliance. I emailed the sender and when I got no response checked with the Daytona Beach clerk, because all the requests were from Zone 5 and he didn’t recognize the address. Then I handed it over to the sheriff’s office,” she said.

    Police tracked the computer to the office of Henry, the city commissioner from Zone 5, who was running for re-election — and who easily defeated his two opponents with 65 per cent of the vote.

Michelle Malkin’s web site reports of other voter fraud.

TV station WYMT in Breathitt County, Kentucky
Voter Fraud Investigation
Officials are keeping very quiet about details surrounding a probe in Breathitt County.

Investigating agencies were at the Breathitt County courthouse this morning in the office of the County Clerk, Tony Watts.

"There is an investigation going on in our county, I can confirm that. But any additional information you should call the Attorney General's Office," said Breathitt County Clerk Tony Watts.

We contacted the Attorney General Jack Conway's Office and got this response.

"It is a policy at our office that we neither confirm nor deny the existance of an on-going investigation or lack there-of," said AG keswoman Allison Martin.

We spoke to the Commonwealth's Attorney in Jackson, and even though he says his office is not involved, he says he heard the FBI and the Attorney General's office were the two investigating agencies.
Watts tells Mountain News typically, in circumstances like this one, his office is hands off.

"I don't control those things obviously, all that's in my...I run the election process and the County Clerk's Office. So all those answers you would just have to get from the Attorney General's Office."

It has been confirmed by an official from the FBI that they, along with the state Attorney General's Office and Kentucky State Police, are investigating alleged voter fraud.

GOP Braces for 'Epidemic' ACORN-style Vote Fraud in Midterms
Like the mythological hydra that grew two heads for every one cut off, the controversial ACORN group has been reborn under a swarm of new names and poses an "epidemic" voter-fraud threat that could alter the outcome of midterm elections, GOP leaders warn.

David Norcross, chairman of the Republican National Lawyers Association, tells Newsmax.TV in an exclusive interview that the community-organizing group ACORN "absolutely" has re-emerged since it was disbanded in March following a rash of voter-fraud investigations.

"Some of the old ACORN groups are back at it again," Norcross tells Newsmax.TV. "They use quotas for registration. That encourages people to go out and sign up anybody, or nobody — just sign up addresses and things like that."
Fox News Houston, Texas
Citizens' Group Helps Uncover Alleged Rampant Voter Fraud in Houston
Reported by the web site RANT/RAVE
Last month allegations of possible voter fraud in Harris County, Texas were leveled against an organization named Houston Votes.

The investigation into Houston Votes and possible voter fraud continues.

A citizen watchdog group named True the Vote uncovered substantial evidence that Houston Votes was submitting fraudulent voter registrations.

On August 24, 2010 it was reported that the County Voter Registrar has referred the evidence to the County District Attorney and the Secretary of State for further investigation.

Since August 24 the investigation into the activities of Houston Votes has established more than 10 thousand fraudulent voter registration forms being submitted to the County for processing.

Evidence of multiple applications with the same name and different signatures, under age, non-citizens, addresses without dwellings and other claims have come to surface.

Now a link to SEIU has been alleged. The same SEIU that was linked to Acorn and its voter fraud allegations. Has SEIU just changed the name of its game?
Ed Barnes of Fox News reports.

Most of the findings focused on a group called Houston Votes, a voter registration group headed by Steve Caddle, who also works for the Service Employees International Union. Among the findings were that only 1,793 of the 25,000 registrations the group submitted appeared to be valid. The other registrations included one of a woman who registered six times in the same day; registrations of non-citizens; so many applications from one Houston Voters collector in one day that it was deemed to be beyond human capability; and 1,597 registrations that named the same person multiple times, often with different signatures.

It didn't take long for the left to begin the racist Republican attacks after the Ed Barnes story. In fairness to the other side here is their best reply.

It comes from and continues to slam the Tea Party as racists.

Isn't it strange that Harris County is the second largest county by population in the entire U.S. and has been targeted by the left as a prime battleground?

Don't think so? August 25, 2010 the day after the initial press release all of the 10,000 voting units for the entire county burned in a mysterious fire.

    The fire destroyed 10,000 pieces of equipment, including voting machines and devices called judge's booth controllers that dispense four-digit access codes to voters and serve as mobile ballot boxes to tabulate the count at the end of Election Day.

    The three-alarm fire started about 4:15 a.m. at the 27,800-square-foot warehouse in the 600 block of Canino in north Houston that houses the county's voting equipment.
UPDATED 10-28-2010 0100 AM

Details of ACORN fraud and criminal indictments.

In Wisconsin, at least 33,000 ACORN-submitted registrations in Milwaukee were called into question after it was found that the organization had been using felons as registration workers, in violation of state election rules. (2008)

In Florida, 11 ACORN workers were accused of forging voter registration applications in Miami-Dade County during the last election. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the state attorney's office scoured hundreds of suspicious applications provided by ACORN and found 197 of 260 contained personal ID information that did not match any living person. (2009)

In Indiana, election officials threw out more than 4,000 ACORN-submitted voter registrations after finding they had identical handwriting and included the names of many DECEASED people, and even the name of a fast food restaurant. (2008)

In Ohio, ACORN activists gave Ohio residents cash and cigarettes in exchange for filling out voter registration cards, according to the New York Post. Some voters claim to have registered dozens of times, and one man says he signed up on 72 voter registration cards. (2008)

In Texas, (Harris County-Houston), nearly 10,000 ACORN-submitted registrations were found to be invalid, including many with clearly fraudulent addresses or other personal information. (2008)

In Pennsylvania, state election officials threw out 57,435 voter registrations, the majority of which were submitted by ACORN. The registrations were thrown out after officials found "clearly fraudulent" signatures, vacant lots listed as addresses, and other signs of fraud. (2008)

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