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In Cincy, you vote 6 times, or you don't vote at all
An Ohio poll worker says she voted twice for President Obama last November. She cast an absentee ballot and then voted at the polls as well. Authorities are also investigating if she voted in the names of four other people, for a total of six votes in the 2012 presidential election.
Happy days are here again!!!!
Vote early, Vote often.
Sounds like Chicago back in the day.
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Woohoo! Voter fraud!
A Nevada Republican arrested for voter fraud in the 2012 election, after claiming she was trying to test the systems integrity, pled guilty and accepted a plea deal Thursday, forcing her to pay almost $2,500 and promise to stay out of trouble. Roxanne Rubin, 56, a casino worker on the Las Vegas Strip, was arrested on Nov. 3, 2012 after trying to vote twice, once at her poling site in Henderson and then at a second site in Las Vegas.
At least she got caught.
The whole system apparently needs to be overhauled.
I'm ready for the government to insert a tracking chip in all of us that they can use to confirm stuff like this doesn't happen.
Honestly, election fraud is much more of a problem than voter fraud. Election Day needs to be a national holiday and early voting hours need to be extended to meet demand.
Florida is a perfect example of how a broken process results in thousands, if not tens or hundreds of thousands of uncounted votes.
After Election Day, America went to bed -- four times -- and still the Sunshine State hadn said Lee Rowland, of the Brennan Center for Justice, a nonpartisan public policy and law institute based at New York University.
Missing absentee ballots and long lines for early voting sites have left many South Floridians unable to participate in this years elections.
It took me two tries to vote. I had my son, and line was too long for us.
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If Alabama can get voting right, so can Florida. It never takes me more than 20 minutes to vote.
Hardly anyone commits voter fraud.
However, there are several states and voting districts which make voting more difficult to do. That is the much bigger problem.
wonder how many dead people voted for Obama?
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I wonder how many obama phones she got for that
The number of people affected by voter ID laws, long lines, lack of early voting, and limited voting hours far, far, far, outweighs the at best few hundred cases of voter fraud.
What does she think 'voter fraud' is ..?
Voting 7 times??
There is a cut off.. Poll workers ( some), and the smart 'folk-
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im sure there is a tad more than a few hundred ....but anyways
early voting equals more votes to be tampered with iyam
limited voting hours? that it was all day long you could vote
did not know getting/having an ID was so hard
When are these Democrats going to learn that if they don't want to wait in long lines then get off the couch and go vote before the Republicans get off work?
So much stupid in one post.
You know they have DVR, they can watch Oprah and Judge Judy when they get back home.
Not shocked at the profile.....
Even in the larger towns and cities. Apparently these other places just aren't very organized. I am not understanding the problem here. You walk in show your ID, they check it against the voter rolls, you sign your name, get your ballot , go vote, and stick the ballot in the machine on your way out the door. This just isn't that complicated, it takes about five minutes AT THE MOST to pull this off. So these places having these lines just aren't doing a very good job.
If they are using polling booths, or electronic voting stations...well there is your problem right there. Paper ballots and markers are all you need, simple and efficient.
It is for Democrats it seems. Apparently having to show up at the courthouse once every four years is a huge pain in the ***.
The best part is that she "didn't see a problem with it", and according to her it's not illegal, lol. Obama voters are special.
I remember seeing in Ohio or some other midwestern state where some counties closed their polls at 6, while others in more republican districts stayed open until 8 or 9.
There were far more people dissuaded from voting than there were instances of people voting twice.
Voter fraud didn't cost Romney the election. Romney cost himself the election.
I really don't see the issue with electronic voting. I take that back, I see the problem when they're run by people that can't use a universal remote. Damn old people.
This is the reason most dems are against voter ID laws...
Also,, isn't it funny that this is the only political thread that bamalovesfootball. Is not in..... Curious.
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