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Former GOP Official Alleges Fraud: "I Was Told I'd Already Voted -- But I Hadn't"

Samwise24 Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 12:05 PM
Something odd happened when i went to vote today. The poll worker said, "last name." I told him. He scanned his book, and handed me a pen to sign on the line. As he handed me the pen, he said "Here you go, Daniel." Here's the problem - my name's not Daniel. When I told him that, he looked confused. Eventually, he realized that I had gone to the wrong table, so he pointed me to the right one. It was an honest mistake on both of our parts, but it points out an obvious flaw in the system. I could have very easily signed on the dotted line and then voted. I could have then come back much later in the day and voted under my own name, or I could have tried my luck at other polling places. Maybe someone would have noticed. Maybe not.
Harold15 Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 12:29 PM
Several years ago, I went into my polling place and was asked what my last name was and after I told her, she scanned the page and said my name wasn't there. I have the ability to read upside down and I quickly pointed out my name and she told me that that wasn't my name. I offered to show her my ID and she said she didn't want to see it. I told her that she either let me sign where my name was or I'd be calling the police. Guess what? She suddenly decided that that was my name that I had pointed out and allowed me to vote.
Samwise24 Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 12:05 PM
And if Daniel actually came in to vote in the meantime, how would they have remedied the discrepancy? Would they have just allowed Daniel to vote? They would have had to. But then what about my fraudulent vote? They couldn't have invalidated my vote because the only name I gave them was my last. There would have been no way for them to know that that even was my real last name. There would have been no way for them to track me down and punish me. Why? BECAUSE NO ONE EVER ASKED FOR MY ID!
francisdesales Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 12:23 PM
No, that would be racist...

The former Digital Director of the National Republican Congressional Committee tells Townhall he fears he's been victimized by voter fraud in the key swing state of Virginia.  His early morning ordeal played out in the House district of Rep. Jim Moran (D-VA), whose 23-year-old son abruptly resigned from the campaign in late October, after being caught on film conspiring to count illegal votes.  When the NRCC alumnus arrived to vote at his polling place in Alexandria this morning, his attempt to cast a ballot was rebuffed by election officials: "I got inside, they set me up, I gave the...