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Kentucky


Ruth Robinson, the former mayor of Martin, Kentucky, was sentenced to 90 months’ imprisonment on a variety of charges that included vote buying, identity theft, and fraud…


Texas


Guadalupe Rivera and Graciela Sanchez illegally “assisted” absentee voters in Rivera’s 2013 re-election bid for city commissioner. Rivera won the election by 16 votes, but the result was invalidated after a judge determined that 30 absentee ballots had been submitted illegally…


Iowa


Erin Venessa Leeper registered and voted in a 2015 school board election. As a convicted felon, however, she was ineligible to do so, and pleaded guilty to perjury last May. She was ordered to pay a $750 fine, plus $240 in court costs, and was sentenced to a suspended five-year prison term and two years of probation…


Wisconsin


Robert Monroe pleaded no contest to 13 counts of voter fraud, making him the worst duplicate voter in state history, according to Milwaukee County Assistant District Attorney Bruce Landgraf…


All of these have been added into Heritage’s voter fraud database along with other instances which already number in the hundreds. Few are as interesting (and as yet largely unsolved) asthe CBS investigation in the greater Los Angeles area earlier this year which found that hundreds – if not thousands – of people have continued to vote in one election after another, years after they shuffled off this mortal coil.



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Kentucky

Ruth Robinson, the former mayor of Martin, Kentucky, was sentenced to 90 months’ imprisonment on a variety of charges that included vote buying, identity theft, and fraud…

Texas

Guadalupe Rivera and Graciela Sanchez illegally “assisted” absentee voters in Rivera’s 2013 re-election bid for city commissioner. Rivera won the election by 16 votes, but the result was invalidated after a judge determined that 30 absentee ballots had been submitted illegally…

Iowa

Erin Venessa Leeper registered and voted in a 2015 school board election. As a convicted felon, however, she was ineligible to do so, and pleaded guilty to perjury last May. She was ordered to pay a $750 fine, plus $240 in court costs, and was sentenced to a suspended five-year prison term and two years of probation…

Wisconsin

Robert Monroe pleaded no contest to 13 counts of voter fraud, making him the worst duplicate voter in state history, according to Milwaukee County Assistant District Attorney Bruce Landgraf…

All of these have been added into Heritage’s voter fraud database along with other instances which already number in the hundreds. Few are as interesting (and as yet largely unsolved) asthe CBS investigation in the greater Los Angeles area earlier this year which found that hundreds – if not thousands – of people have continued to vote in one election after another, years after they shuffled off this mortal coil.

 

 

 

 

 

 

I happened to be at the Capitol here in Austin when they were debating voter ID laws.. the point was made on the floor that voter fraud was much more likely to happen through mail in ballots. And, go figure, the Republicans were concentrating on IDs, because let's face it, they knew fewer people would vote. Voter fraud is risky business, it's illegal, people can go to jail for it and have their careers ruined. I have no doubt it happens.. but if it does happen, and it is so easy to get away with.. I'd imagine it'd mostly cancel each other out, cuz we're human beings, and both sides would do what they can to get an edge. I just don't think it's a huge issue. The fact that a Republican Congress chose to focus on this, I think it has more to do with suppressing turnout. Which, I don't think they are evil for, vote ID laws are common sense when ya think about it.. I just know those assholes at the Capitol had ulterior motives.

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Computer voting is hacked and there's no evidence.

 

Illegals cross the border at night and there's no evidence.

 

Hitlary deletes whatever emails she doesn't want to get caught w/ ... so there's no evidence.

 

Republicans say they don't trust Democrats to manage the people's interests ... because there is plenty of evidence.

 

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Kentucky

Ruth Robinson, the former mayor of Martin, Kentucky, was sentenced to 90 months’ imprisonment on a variety of charges that included vote buying, identity theft, and fraud…

Texas

Guadalupe Rivera and Graciela Sanchez illegally “assisted” absentee voters in Rivera’s 2013 re-election bid for city commissioner. Rivera won the election by 16 votes, but the result was invalidated after a judge determined that 30 absentee ballots had been submitted illegally…

Iowa

Erin Venessa Leeper registered and voted in a 2015 school board election. As a convicted felon, however, she was ineligible to do so, and pleaded guilty to perjury last May. She was ordered to pay a $750 fine, plus $240 in court costs, and was sentenced to a suspended five-year prison term and two years of probation…

Wisconsin

Robert Monroe pleaded no contest to 13 counts of voter fraud, making him the worst duplicate voter in state history, according to Milwaukee County Assistant District Attorney Bruce Landgraf…

All of these have been added into Heritage’s voter fraud database along with other instances which already number in the hundreds. Few are as interesting (and as yet largely unsolved) asthe CBS investigation in the greater Los Angeles area earlier this year which found that hundreds – if not thousands – of people have continued to vote in one election after another, years after they shuffled off this mortal coil.

 

VOTER FRAUD

 

Voters in 22 states will face tougher rules than in the last midterms. In 15 states, 2014 is slated to be the first major election with new voting restrictions in place.

http://prospect.org/article/22-states-wave-new-voting-restrictions-threatens-shift-outcomes-tight-races

Hitlary deletes whatever emails she doesn't want to get caught w/ ... so there's no evidence.

kj

Good Call. Legal precedence my boy!!

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