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BREAKING: Massive Voter Fraud in St. Lucie County, Florida

Redumbapubs Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 7:57 PM
While I certainly think there should be every effort to make sure the count is right, I am hearing that the 141% figure is part of a computer generated report, not the actual vote count. The program that generated the report most likely did not allow for the difference between ballot cards and voters -- counting each ballot card as a voter. The voters in St. Luce had 2 ballot cards. The second card was mostly amendments, so some voters may not have bothered with the second card.
Elizabeth420 Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 8:11 PM
Someone else posted a rebuttal to that idea, as some within this county had ballots with more
than 2 cards. ( I believe the Tampa area was mentioned.)
NullifyNow Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 8:41 PM
Eliz
I voted in the Tampa area. We had 3 separate cards. They were not 3 cast ballots, they were one. LOL
Jim Weber Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 8:02 PM
Do you really believe that explanation. Why wasn't the figure closer to 200%?
Tinsldr2 Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 8:07 PM
Because like many places only about 70% actually vote

So that comes to about 140%
ValerieParneau Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 8:11 PM
that's the nate silver math again. don't buy it jim!

LOL

On Tuesday only one precinct had less than 113% turnout. “The Unofficial vote count is 175,554 registered voters 247,713 vote cards cast (141.10% ). The National SEAL Museum, a St. Lucie county polling place, had 158.85% voter turn out, the highest in the county.”

The Supervisor of Elections, Gertrude Walker, had this to say concerning the 141% voter turnout: “They may have had something like that in Palm Beach County, but we’ve never seen that here.”

So maybe Allen West wasn’t crazy to ask for a lock-down on the ballot boxes and machines in this county. According to...