Skip to comments.Dead MA voters to decide Brown/Coakley race?
Posted on 01/18/2010 12:17:55 PM PST by Starman417
With MA leading the nation of "deadwood" voters on their registration rolls, it's entirely possible that the Brown/Coakley race could be decided "from the beyond", so to speak.
In Nov 2009, CNS News reported on the study done by Aristotle, Inc that noted:
In Massachusetts, 116,483 registered voters are dead, 3.38 percent of the states total of registered voters. Another 538,567, or 15.6 percent, had moved to an area outside of where they are registered to vote.
When you consider that uber-progressive Ed Schultz admitted he'd have no moral problems committing voter fraud in order to defeat Brown on his Jan 15th radio show, the potential for massive voter fraud in the MA special election looms large.
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While there are many ways Dems can (and will) mount a challenge to a Brown win, the most obvious is the recount stall tactic. Via MA election law, any determined win of more than 1/2% of the turnout vote renders a recount request void. If we use the the Commonwealth's voter breakdown as of October 2008, there are 2,078,610 registered voters in MA, the magic 1/2% number margin, (assuming full voter turnout and not including additional registration) stands at approx 10,393 votes.
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Watch how Teddy Kennedy votes. If Red Ted goes for Brown, it’s all over for Coakley.
Do we know who Mary Jo Koppechne will be voting for?
We need to win my more than the margin of lawyer.
Count on it!
We need to win my more than the margin of lawyer... What??
With modern technology it would be so simple to eliminate election day voting fraud. When a person signs in to get a ballot have them look into a video camera and state and spell their name. Then after the fact the voter sign in sheet could be checked by either party and if a name does not look legitimate (known to have moved or died) just go to the video tape and find out who voted.
Put their picture on a wanted poster and prosecute. Just the threat of that would discourage people from lying about who they were.
Lots of ways voter fraud can be eliminated, but the demwit politicians vote against the changes.
My God, they are openly encouraging voter fraud now! Can there still be anybody left out there who doesn't believe we're on the edge of a second civil war in this country? I believe we have run out of political solutions to our differences. This won't be pretty, but it will be necessary.
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