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Saving Free Elections

Ron781 Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 1:05 PM
I agree this is a most important area to focus effort. A national photo ID will go a long way and elimination of mail-in ballots (except in use by military and others overseas) and an extended voting period of several days makes a lot of sense. If our votes are not counted correctly then we have lost our form of government.
Eleanor32 Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 5:22 PM
Unfortunately, I don't think we will have lost our form of government because votes are not counted correctly, I think we already have lost. Why there isn't a huge outcry from the voting public is beyond me. If I were living in a voting district that counted more votes that eligible voters I would be in an uproar. But perhaps people ARE in an uproar in those areas of the country and the MSM isn't covering it.
geotay Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 2:29 PM
For example: There were 247,713 votes cast by 175,554 registered voters in Allen West's disrict in Florida. The National SEAL Museum in St. Lucie, Florida had a 'turnout' of 158.85% - highest in the USA.

Pawing through the ashes of the Romney defeat, it’s clear that if the Republican Party wants to compete nationally, it has to do several things, such as re-message timeless traditional values, attract more young and minority voters, particularly Hispanics, and do a better job of getting out the vote.

But this will be moot if the integrity of the voting process is not restored.

From Republican Rep. Allen West’s improbable recount loss in South Florida, to reports of voting machine irregularities, to the hundreds of precincts in Ohio and Pennsylvania that reported a virtual 100 percent vote for Barack...