Skip to comments.I SEE DEAD PEOPLE...VOTING! O'keefe exposes voter fraud in New Hampshire (video)
Posted on 01/11/2012 6:42:21 PM PST by ak267
Project Veritas: On January 10th, Project Veritas reporters walked into New Hampshire Polling Locations during the Presidential Primaries, saying dead people's names. We stated the name of a dead person we got from the NH obituaries. The names of the deceased were both Registered Republican and Democrats and in almost every case, saying a dead person's name, we were handed a ballot to cast a vote. We used no misrepresentation and no false pretenses. in fact, in almost every case, we insisted we show ID and they insisted that we vote without showing ID.
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It is pure racism that blocks voter ID.. the libs think black people are too dumb to get photo IDs
Who do you suppose they voted for?
There's no racism involved. The Dem's are playing a game called voter fraud. And in that game, their opposition to the voter id requirement is what's known as a poker tell.
“Who do you suppose they voted for?”
If they voted, they broke the law and should be prosecuted.
Even by representing themselves as someone else at the polling station would be against the law.
They didn’t vote. They didn’t claim to be the dead people in question. They just asked if the name was on the list and they were given a ballot and told that they didn’t need to provide ID.
By watching the video, you will see that they took care not to misrepresent themselves and not to vote.
If you goes up to an elections clerk at a polling place and state a name, 100% of the time they are going to assume that you are representing it to be your name. Everyone knows that. Therefore the people that did this were using misrepresentation.
My county purges the voting rolls as death certificates are issued. My father's registration was purged less than a month after he died.
Did the list not have the age of each voter printed on the list. In Texas they do. Even without a photo ID, it an election judge should be able to determine that a college age adult isn't a 70 year old.
They should never have touched the ballot. I'm not a lawyer, but I would think that once they accept the ballot, they've crossed a line. Very stupid on their part in my opinion.
Believe me I could say more, but would have to use expletives to convey my feelings about the whole farce.
Probably not. I live in Massachusetts, about five minutes away from the New Hampshire border, and we pretty much do it the same way. The only thing on the list is your name and address. In fact, I still see my sister's name on the books when I go to vote, even though she moved out of state over ten years ago.
Were they not required to sign a list of people who have voted in order to be given a ballot?
I’d lay money that most of them voted for Romney and many for Huntsman.
Probably not. I know in my district you don't, and it's probably the same in New Hampshire. Given the circumstances, that you are at a polling place, and the context of the conversation, I would think once accept the ballot, that would indicate confirmation.
Actually, once you indicate a name and address to the clerk, which they then draw a line through on their list, that could reasonably be assumed as confirmation.
Personally, I think they handled this very badly all around. About the only thing they really accomplished is video taping themselves engaging in voter fraud.
That's ridiculous. I've worked as an election judge in Texas, and a voter has to either show a voter registration card or other ID, then the voter has to sign a quadruplicate voter list in which voter ID and address must be filled out, then sign next to his or her name on the printed precinct voter list. The copies of the quadruplicate list get sent to different offices. One gets sent to the Texas Secretary of state in Austin. Once the US Supreme Court invalidates the Holder "Justice Department" block on the implementation of the new photo ID law, it will be required that a voter show a state or federal government issued photo ID.
Did you not read my post?
You don't need ID or any other type of verification, nor do you sign anything. You simply give the clerk your name or address. That's it.
Oh I understand. I was just trying to contrast that to a state that actually tries to prevent voter fraud. I live in a county that borders the one where "Ballot Box 13" was "found" in 1948 that gave Lyndon Johnson his narrow "victory" in the Democrat primary race for the US Senate. Texas has put rather elaborate procedures in place to try to cut down fraud. It's unfortunate that not all states have.
I misunderstood your post. Sorry about that. I thought you were expressing disagreement with me.
I don't like the way they do things up here either, but it is what it is. I still show my ID every time I vote.
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