Skip to comments.New Jersey residents receiving ballots for out-of-state voters, dead people; election officials confident in anti-fraud measures: reports
Posted on 10/01/2020 11:18:29 PM PDT by knighthawk
Some New Jersey residents have received ballots meant for people who have moved out of the state and for deceased voters, but some election officials say they're confident that anti-fraud measures will take care of it, according to local reports.
Under federal law, anyone convicted of attempting to vote more than once could face up to 5 years in prison and a $10,000 fine.
The issue arose due to a combination of factors, including the states distribution of unsolicited ballots and an effort to protect residents from wrongfully being purged from the voter rolls, NJ.com reported.
(Excerpt) Read more at foxnews.com ...
fedgov needs to come out and say everyone will be prosecuted for vote fraud, on every possible charge, no plea deals, maximum penalties
every single person
then do it.
So Chris Wallace hit Trump with a false premise and treated it as fact.
Wallace is a fly on a manure pile.
that cheats of course, every cheater/fraudster
Update: Still no voting fraud/ s
Trust New Jersey officials. The anti-fraud provisions in New Jersey will prevent voter fraud.
Unfortunately, the anti-fraud provisions didn’t prevent thousands of live ballots going out to out-of-state voters and dead people. But trust the anti-fraud measures. Those live ballots won’t be counted. Trust them.
Well that's fine you morons, but what if 20 dead people vote. How are you going to know they are dead if you sent them a ballot, and you get it back? Where's the precaution for that?
Start the whole Fing voting process over again and make people go to the polling stations just like they all go to Walfart.
The current process has been compromised by this mail in bullschit.
I live in NJ. My wife and I voted for trump and will do so again. For the democrat primary vote and the republican primary they only sent one of each ballot to my wife and none for me.
People were able to get to the polls in the horse-and-buggy days. If they’re too stupid or lazy to do it these days, screw ‘em. They’re probably Rats anyway.
I have moved since the last election. I wonder how I will be voting in my old precinct when someone else casts my ballot.
As an aside, my wife passed in 2008 and her name was still on the voting rolls ( I noticed every time I signed in to vote) until 2014!
The Wallace family may have an Epstein problem.
If so, that would explain a lot.
Am NJ resident. Rec’d a ballot for someone who hasn’t lived at this address in more than 10 years.
The RAT's are going for broke in this election and I fear they will be successful.
Spoke to an Alabama elections volunteer yesterday, and he told me this story - unsolicited: Absentee ballot sent in with no ID. They sent it back, asking for the required photo ID copy. It’s returned a couple of days later with an obviously fake ID — photo cut from another source and pasted over top of the rest of the ID card.
Now here’s my take: if that nonsense is happening in Alabama — a state not even in play — how much more is it happening in states a lot more critical to the process.
We’d all better vote in person: there is no safe margin this year.
The current process has been compromised by this mail in bullschit.//
Not a bug,,a feature.
Nanzies plan to become queen.
NJ has contracted the Soprano crime family to “take care” of the corruption
In 2016 election-—68 voters were listed at apartment address in Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada.
EVERY one of those names got a sample ballot & no one at the post office asked why.
An elderly lady lived in that apartment, and was basically home bound.
ALL 68 VOTED in the election.....
The old lady did NOT know a single one of those voters.
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.