http://www.denverpost.com/nationalpolit … ng-florida
http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/pol … ters_x.htm
Looks like the same shananigans as 2000...
Well, Tammy, when it comes to the GOP, you know their motto"Its not how you play the game, but whether you win or lose". In modern times there has never lived been a GOP operative that has had an ounce of integrity
Tammy, your Colorado story is four years old.
Here's a current one. In NC, voters are pulling the lever for Romney, but the vote machines are defaulting to Obama anyway. Can't trust those darn Dems, I guess.
http://myfox8.com/2012/10/23/guilford-c … candidate/
I thought the voting machines "cheated" only in Romney's favor?
Guess not Hbabee, this election has'em coming out of the wood work, on both sides...
Howard, that is why I put the other link, the 4 yr old story, was a backstory I had saved the link too....sorry for any confusion there
Oh and by the way, I believe it's wrong on both sides, but since I had only seen threads representing conservatives being screwed with I thought we needed some balance here at the hub
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/0 … lp00000003 I think one of the previous is a backstory..this describes the present problems in Colorado
Anytime this happens it bothers me but there does seem to be a conscious effort here. The laws in Ohio, and I believe Pennsylvania, were disappointing to say the least but Tagg having a financial interest in the machines that are going to be used in Ohio is a big conflict of interest; especially since he wants to deck his dad's opponent and no R has ever won the election without Ohio (I have heard).
I was really let down when PA declined to prosecute a guy who was only keeping registered R's and tossing the D's he collected. With all of the talk about voter fraud this kind of action should have really upset some people but they have been quiet on the topic, just like my question from a few days ago about Tagg owning these counting machines. I wonder why?
adjkp25, I agree...I heard another hubber mention the news about Tagg, never had heard that before on the news, or since....That is a huge conflict of interest, to say the least...If the same bull@#$% happens with the state turning blue then red blue then red, and staying red....I will have to join a march on the hill or something...I am sick of them cheating in plain sight!
There was a time, not that long ago, that they used to try to hide the many forms of cheating. Not so much anymore, and it seems as if the Party of the one who cheats, gives them Kudos for it. I think what Cred said is absolutely true. "Its not how you play the game, but whether you win or lose".
Now I'm wondering which political party Lance Armstrong is with. Could explain a lot...
I wonder who it was that sent out fraudulent letters impersonating Supervisors of Elections to Registered Republicans telling them they were ineligible to vote?
http://dailycaller.com/2012/10/22/flori … heir-vote/
readytoescape, I saw there was a thread on that already, so I posted this to depict a balanced approach...it's a shame that we can not expect adults to be honest under such important circumstances....as I tild Habee, this election has brought out the very worst in our society and human nature.
by SparklingJewel 10 years ago
So who has some updated information and research on the newest (finally) crackdown (its been going on for years) of voter registration fraud?ACORN has been around for decades and now its just coming to light that fraud is taking place according to CNN in at least 12 states, over 30,000 felons...
by jenbeach21 6 years ago
Do you have to have your voter registration card to vote on election day?
by Dawn Collins 6 years ago
Did anyone else have the wrong polling place on their voter registration card?
by Jo_Goldsmith11 6 years ago
I woke up this morning and the first thing I heard on the television is how the GOP are trying to stop voters who wish to vote for the President! What kind of *Freedom* is this? Romney is not fit to be President! His wife reported she is concerned about his "emotional/mental well being"...
by ptosis 3 years ago
Pro or Con: implement universal, automatic voter registration?
by ptosis 3 years ago
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