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Election Official: Mistakes Have Been Made in Allen West Race

RodT Wrote: Nov 16, 2012 9:42 AM
One day to vote, with photo ID and indelible ink on the voters finger can solve a lot of our problems, wishful thinking solves nothing. Any voting machine that malfunctions closes down the entire polling place machines, and it’s back to paper ballots. Changing a vote isn’t a malfunction, it’s a plan. Anyone caught in any voter fraud act goes to jail for at least a year and is fined $100,000.00. Maybe if the cost to cheat exceeds the profit paid to cheaters will stop some of it. We will never stop all cheating.
dmc1964 Wrote: Nov 16, 2012 1:34 PM
Add - any precinct that has more than 100% of registered voters vote, have all ballots thrown out.
Hard Thought Wrote: Nov 16, 2012 10:03 AM
Find those independents. Design that type of audit system.

Won't be done as the left can never win without cheating or a power vacuum.
conservative_one Wrote: Nov 16, 2012 9:52 AM
To help keep the votes sacred, how about:

An independent audit system in this country now.
An audit system that guarantees accuracy and eliminates cheating and manipulation.

Perhaps reports to the Congress, the Senate, and directly to the people via the media.

Allen West isn't giving up his Congressional seat until every vote is counted properly and for good reason. West has described his refusal to concede a matter of preserving the democratic process and believes many mistakes have been made in counting ballots cast in his race against Democrat Patrick Murphy. Now, Florida Election Supervisor Gertrude Walker agrees with him and his supporters.

But West’s supporters aren’t the only ones frustrated with the St. Lucie County elections board and its supervisor, Gertrude Walker. The Florida secretary of state’s office announced this week that it is launching an...

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