Skip to comments.Oregon Man Receives Dead Friend’s Ballot In The Mail
Posted on 10/27/2020 8:30:12 AM PDT by servo1969
A Gateway Pundit EXCLUSIVE story on yet another ballot covfefe in Oregon.
73 year old Richard Gonzalez succumbed to a variety of health complications on April 10th, 2020. The legally disabled military veteran lived out his final days in a nursing home near Portland, Oregon. So imagine the surprise when Gonzalez's voter registration card showed up in the mail at his friend's house in July of 2020, more than 3 months after Gonzalez passed.
His friend, who we will call "John" to preserve anonymity and protect from retaliation, thought "Well, this is odd. I received a voter registration confirmation postcard in the mail stating that they acknowledged that he had registered. Richard renewed his driver's license about 10 months before he died. I would like to know how the voter registration department got his voter registration and affixed it to my address."
The "mistake" might lie in Oregon's much-maligned Motor Voter program, which automatically registers anyone to vote who does certain transactions at the DMV, such as updating a driver license.
"I was with him at the DMV, pushing him in a wheelchair," John tells The Gateway Pundit. "I stood behind him when they did the paperwork. They never asked him anything about registering to vote, was never told he'd be registered, never told him he had the option to opt out. It would have been the only time he would have registered, because he's Jehovah's Witness. They don't concern themselves with elections"
"About 2 weeks after he died, they locked up his bank accounts, so they know he's in the system as dead. The VA had told them," John Further explains.
Here's part of the death certificate, showing Gonzalez has, indeed, passed (note that we've redacted certain personal information):
Yet here is his information, as a current and valid voter in Oregon's voter registration system:
Low and behold, John received Gonzalez's ballot on October 15th:
This is just the latest calamity in Oregon's "mistake" plagued vote-by-mail system, which many democrats herald as the flagship example of how "safe and secure" vote-by-mail is.
And we have more coming soon!
One year in Oregon, all Democrats received 2 ballots for each person in the mail. But that was back when most Democrats still had a conscience and they reported it.
Hmmm...wonder if she was the fruit of the Soros “Secretary of State Project”.
I'll bet good money that his cause of death was listed as COVID-19.
Home sweet home, where “R’s” have NO chance against a motivated “D”
From Wikipedia (I know, they are not trustworthy):"...She is the only Republican statewide official in Oregon...
Didn't know they had even one.
I lived on the Oregon coast near Gold Beach for about 6 years. I loved the place but hated the state politics. If it was not for all the dems, my family and I would still be there.
I read the headline as Orange Man
It was his dying wish that he vote for DEM candidates ....
No. She was dragged out of retirement by Kate Brown to give the impression that she replaced the only statewide republican, who died in office, with a republican.
Kate made sure she picked someone that had no chance of running for office after the term ends.
She appears to be rather old and seems to have joementia.
easily manipulated in other words
Oregon vote by mail is total corruption.
All vote by mail is corrupt, IMO, except for honest absentee balloting and military ballots.
that is why the dems love it. only way they can win a
contest of ideas.
When I lived in Corvallis the head of the county elections office was a Republican woman. She assured me that they went thru the obituaries every day & removed the deceased. But she retired. Who knows what’s going on there now.
The folks behind all these “help the voter” schemes KNOW they expand the chances and opportunities for “mistakes” and voter fraud. It would be nice to say they just don’t care, but for some I think the purpose of the problems in these schemes is intentional.
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