The head of the Maine Republican Party claims that “hundreds” of unfamiliar black voters may have cast fraudulent ballots in his state on Election Day. “In some parts of rural Maine, there were dozens, dozens of black people who came in and voted on Election Day,” Charlie Webster told Portland’s NBC affiliate WCSH-TV on Wednesday. “Everybody has a right to vote, but nobody in town knows anyone who’s black,” Webster said. “How did that happen? I don’t know. We’re going to find out." Webster later doubled down on that claim in an interview with The Portland Press Herald,
#1, Lewiston and Brunswick have also seen a large influx of Somalis. If they were bused to other areas of the state in order to vote, then there are certainly serious problems with the vote in Maine. That said, this is right out of the playbook of Obama´s ACORN and SEIU tactics.
Wouldn´t it be great if the governors of all the states Romney did not win would not ratify the results? I would love to see this hanging over the One´s head while dealing with Benghazigate and other upcoming scandals. Maybe we could "nervous breakdown" him out of his "job"!!!
Dear, once highly regarded, State of Maine: Join PA, VA, FL, and OH in my "will NEVER visit you, spend one penny on you, and wish NOTHING but the worst for you and yours. LDot, it this is too strong...be like Face Book and take down my words....
Even if you´re not required to show ID, don´t you at least have to claim to be someone on the voter rolls to get a ballot, and then sign your name? Something doesn´t add up, no pun intended. Another case of 118% voter turnout. I like the purple finger idea.
Isn´t there anything we can do to demand an audit of all these states? I am sorry, but something is so wrong all over. So many stories of excessively high voter turnout (twice as high as anytime in the past or over 100%), and people that nobody recognizes at all suddenly showing up in large numbers, or Philly making the GOP observers leave for a period of time and then come back and not one single precinct went to Romney?...it goes on and on. It was definitely a well orchestrated job. We need to find out who is behind all this and break up the rings and the leaders and jail everyone who organized this. We need to redo the entire election.
Voter photo ID laws alone won´t fix this. It will require *another* photo: the photo that´s taken of every person who votes. If you have that, you have a chance of *proving* voter fraud when it occurs. Without it, good luck.
I believe the Obama win was due to massive voter fraud. The Unions obviously carry busloads of blacks from town to town and state to state to vote as many times as they can. The trouble is, we know the DemocRATS are big time cheaters, so why do we allow them to do this time after time? There never seems to be much follow-up after the election is over and almost no one ever goes to jail or is fined for doing this. So they will just continue to do it time after time. Thse who do not learn from history will be condemned to repeat it. We just repeated it in 2012.
#9 - voters who signed in to vote should have their signatures compared with the one on file with the county in which they voted. This would take time and money to verify. The Democrats will never allow this to occur.
When a precinct has 141% of the registered voters voting, and not all voted, how is that possible? Seriously. If my name is not on the roll in a voting location, I am not allowed to vote. How is it done in Florida, and PA, and OH and VA?
In California, there is not voter identification at all so once a ballot is added, there is not way to determine if it is valid. Also, when somone votes absentee, no one checks to see if the person is on the roll. We live in an area that has few blacks. Normally when we vote, we rarely see a black voter and never see a line. In the past all the election workers have been retirement age white women. This time it was ALL young black women. The line was very long and took forever. At least 75 percent of the people in line were black and there was a constant flow of black men and woment carrying in hand fulls of absentee ballots that just got stuffed into a box. No validation at all. Something was not right.
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