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Obama Likely Won Re-Election Through Election Fraud

Maureen116 Wrote: Jan 13, 2013 1:18 AM
I am living in Costa Rica now and this was the first year we would be out of the country for the election. So I went on line to see what needed to be done. First you have to fill out a request for military or overseas voting. We had a deadline of when we had to request this. The instructions stated that we could fax our request form in and they would mail or email you your ballot. My husband and I did that about 3 weeks prior to the election and 2 weeks prior to the cut off date. I waited for the ballots to arrive and when they didn't I called the election office and asked if they got my request. They said they did, but it was denied and they didn't know why. So I faxed it again. I waited a couple of days and called again.
Maureen116 Wrote: Jan 13, 2013 1:26 AM
When I called the second time I was told they weren't sure if it had arrived. So I called again the next day, again I was told I was denied and they only way I would be able to get approval this close to the election was I had to have someone carry the form to the elections office nearest my home - which wasn't very close, but closest to my home address in CA. I had to have the request for a ballot form signed by me and dropped off at the office in person. Well, there was no way for me to get that it before the election. I was really suspicious as to why my request was denied twice. I think it might have been because on the form you are required to list your political party affiliation. I'm a Republican so were my requests trashed?

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