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Absentee Ballot Fraud Exposed: Cross-State a Swing State

John in Gwinnett,Ga Wrote: Sep 26, 2012 7:31 PM
Not big news. Flagged over 30 double and triple verified registered voters in the 2008 presidential election in just the precinct I work. There are over 150 voting precincts in my county alone. 159 counties in Georgia. Do the math. We are required to only check precinct data, but I have my people check precinct, county and state data.
Joseph64 Wrote: Sep 26, 2012 8:13 PM
There needs to be a nationwide database of voter registrations so if someone moves and registers in a new location, they are automatically stricken from the voter rolls in their old location. It should also be tied in with the social security mortality database so when someone dies, their registration is also automatically removed.
John in Gwinnett,Ga Wrote: Sep 26, 2012 8:20 PM
Well there is a problem with that. States are meant to be individuals. I do not mind registrations being tied to a ss number, but I can go down to Buford Highway and get a ss # of a 1 year old. Getting rid of motor voter laws would eliminate a lot of problems. If the person at the DMV, or DDS, types your name wrong you are registered to vote. I got a renewal and they asked me if I was registered. I said yes. They told me they could register me again if I had moved.
Joseph64 Wrote: Sep 27, 2012 12:52 AM
Social Security numbers should not be issued at birth. They should be issued at the time they are actually needed. I didn't get a social security number until I was 15 and got my first job. I had no need for one before then.

Think absentee voting is free of fraud? Think again. True the Vote, a nonpartisan election integrity watchdog, released its preliminary findings, which reveal 31 instances of absentee ballot fraud in New York and Florida. In a statement released Tuesday, the organization writes:  

True The Vote began the process of identifying potential absentee voter fraud by accessing Florida’s complete voter registration roll and cross-referencing it against 10 percent of New York’s comprehensive list. Preliminary audits indicated more than one million Florida voters claimed New York mailing addresses. Over 1,700 people were found with voter registrations in both states. Today...

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