Skip to comments.Time for a Federal law directing death info be compared with voter registrations
Posted on 05/17/2012 7:20:46 AM PDT by jmaroneps37
Examples of how easy it is to assume the identity of a dead person for purposes of casting a vote are growing. America has an identity Achilles Heel and its our voting process. In our nation the amount of identification required for an activity grows in direct proportion to how important an activity is thought to be except when it comes to voting.
Consider the activities judged to be more important than voting as indicated by the level of identification required.
Picking up tickets at a Will Call window requires a photo ID and sometimes more.
Opening a bank account means showing photo ID and a second document. Sending money by wire out of the country cannot be done without a photo ID.
In Florida showing photo ID is required to purchase COUGH MEDICINE!
One of the more serious aspects of the Democrats voter fraud problem is that it not only allows non-citizens to vote, but provides protective cover for embedded terrorists posing as average Americans until they are ready to strike.
This is why a Federal law requiring the data from all death certificates, and insurance policies payable upon the death of the insured, be forwarded to the Board of Elections (BoE) in the state of death and the state of residence to account for those with multiple homes.
Each states BoE would then be required to electronically compare the names received as now deceased against the names being carried on its voter registration rolls.
When a name match is found the local Board of Elections concerned will be notified and ordered to remove the deceaseds name.
the Clerk of the local BoE will certify it has been done under penalty of Federal law.
purged within 45 days
. criminally liable
(Excerpt) Read more at coachisright.com ...
When I first started voting (California), if a person did not vote in the presidential election, they were automatically dropped from the voting records, seems reasonable.
Worked for years, then the dems in Sacramento said it was a burden on voter registration offices to keep track and voters would have to re-register to vote - weird.
However, with computers these days it would be a simple program.
Or voter ID or both.
Michigan Secretary of State, Ruth Johnson was having trouble getting the social security administration to help with purging dead voters off the voter roles.
Instead of yet another law that goes unenforced how about we replace the cockroaches w/ folks who will do the job. It seems far more effective.
It can be done at the state level. We don’t need the Feds to do it.
Seriously, this is all quite easily accomplished. Just knowing someone has a forwarding order on file is enough to CANCEL their welfare payments until they see an authorized case worker!
You can identify probables for further verification.
NO. 1,000 times NO. Fundamentally this is not something that needs the feds involved and they need not be invited in if not necessary. The States run elections, States can set this policy. Stop inviting the future destruction of federalism, pressure your legislature.
The late Laurencia Bembenik (Run, Bambi, run) got false ID right out of the cemetery when she broke out of prison and escaped to Canada. She and her boyfriend of the moment (brother of another inmate) lifted identities out of the cemetery and got false IDs from that.
Poor Bambi. Such a pretty girl who led such a miserable life and early death.
Do we really need to give any more power to the centralized behemoth that is eating us alive?
it was Ca. kings county. Kept getting his ballets for two years, serious!
States should set up their own system using the computer technology which would automatically notify the county registrar of voters in the event of various actions such as; deaths, marriage/divorce, felony convictions, drivers license change, etc. This would go a long way towards keeping the roles updated.
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