Skip to comments.More Than 7 Million Voter Registrations Are Duplicated in Multiple States
Posted on 05/19/2017 5:23:03 AM PDT by Mechanicos
The new voter data was gathered from the Kansas-run interstate voter registration crosscheck program, which is used to identify possible duplicate registrations among states.
The program began in December 2005 and conducted its first crosscheck in 2006. It is administered by the office of Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, who was tapped recently to help lead President Trumps voter fraud commission.
The newest data is from crosschecks of voter registrations across 28 states that participate in the program. At least 7.2 million registrations appeared in two states at once, according to the data.
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One man. One thousand votes.
Just cross check the voter list in NY City versus Miami. The number of snowbirds who double vote is probably close to the 3,000,000 mark.
Wonder what % are registered as democrats?????
Did I read that correctly? The 7m number is from 28 states? So it could be as high as almost 13m in all 50 states.
If true, explains more and more why the uni-party is in such a big hurry to take down Trump and Pence as the real citizen voters are getting close to taking the vote and country back from the uni-party frauds!
If I move from State A to State B and register in state B there is no mechanism to inform State A that I am no longer living there.
Yes, a lot of snowbirds are “dual” voters - they vote in their own home state, usually the northeast or north central states, and they also have residence in Florida so they vote there also.
I’m not saying that everybody’s doing it, but many are, and they’ve gotten away with it because states don’t generally check with one another. That might be OK for local elections, maybe even desirable in some ways (if you live somewhere for 5 months of the year, maybe you should have a say in local affairs). BUT, for any election involving federal office, one vote per legal adult US citizen. Period.
Sounds like a good job for the NSA and their super duper people/phone tracking computer systems.
Wouldn’t you think they could help ensure the validity of our voting system?
That would be, like, spying on criminals.
This highlights another problem: 28 states agreed to participate. Why not 50 states? My bet, the states that did not participate are mostly dem controlled bastions of voter fraud.
When I moved and got my drivers license, my current state took possession of my former license presumably to notify the prior state I had a new one. If not, I surely could not produce a license from my former state if stopped for some local extortion. Why not take the voter card and make the prior state aware of the new residence?
Interesting to note that Georgia and North Carolina lead the pack...both heading toward ‘purple’ status. Additionally; I sure would like to know which 22 states did NOT participate?
Voter fraud? No, these people probably think okay to vote in multiple places. I really want to see prosecutions in any and all where people voted in two places.
When Trump announced there would be an investigation int voter fraud, I thought ‘uh-oh, that’s going to get him into trouble’. Obviously, I am for the investigation. Anyone voting illegally nullifies a legal voter. But the rumors and accusations have really ramped up since he announced that.
If that occurred a large percentage of students at the U. of Arizona would go to jail.
Must disagree with your opinion that people maybe should ever be able to vote in more than one place. My Socialist sister thinks that anyone/everyone should have a vote simply because they live here/there. Yes, she’s a loony Leftist who doesn’t care how her side wins, just as long as they win.
Well, imagine that.
And that’s from only the 28 states “that participated”
Which I bet was lacking in the Big Blue States. Why on earth would they want to ‘participate”
It’s a problem with college aged students as well. Vote absentee at home, and register to vote at school in a different state. 2 votes, and they’re most likely democrat votes since college students generally are not experienced enough in life to know that they are simply tools of the libtard professors.
A couple of questions about this uniparty? Which party put Trump in the WH? Which party has approved Trumps appointments? Which party approved his all important Supreme Court judge? Which Party is Trump a member of?
Not talking with here these days. I got tired of always being told how wrong I was in every situation.
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