November 03, 2012
NC: Dead People Voting, One Man Brags On FB About Voting Multiple Times For Obama
Democrats "Requiring voter ID suppresses
low income our dead voters"!
9 Investigates: Some raise concern about people using names of dead to voteBesides dead voters, others brag about voting multiple times for bronco bamma:
CHARLOTTE, N.C. —
There are concerns about people using the names of dead people to vote in Tuesday's election.
Channel 9 found the names of hundreds of dead people were only recently removed from voter rolls in several local counties. Some of those people had been dead for years.
It's one of the closest presidential races ever. Political scientist Michael Bitzer said the race could be a closer than in 2008, when just over 14,000 votes helped President Obama win North Carolina.
“That means 3-5 votes in every precinct in North Carolina could have made the difference in terms of who won North Carolina,” Bitzer said.
A North Carolina man claims to have voted multiple times at multiple places for Barack Obama, Barracuda Brigade reported Friday. According to the blog post, Jim Turner wrote on Facebook that he had voted at least four times in four different precincts and intends to vote a fifth time at his home precinct in Pine Knoll Shores.Assmaggots
"I have voted once in Beaufort, once in Henderson, twice in Emerald Isle and will vote in my precinct in PKS," he reportedly wrote on a friend's Facebook page. "I will do whatever it takes to save our country from the world envisioned by Mitt and his fear mongering followers," he added.
The post was removed after being discovered, but a screenshot of the post can be seen:
[...]On Saturday, a blog post at One Man's Heart said that local authorities and the FBI's field office in North Carolina have been contacted.
In other voter fraud news:
'Hitler' appears on Ohio voter registration form
.....The listing, "Adolf Hitler, John...666 Heltz...la," puts his supposed residence in Los Angeles.
It was part of a batch of roughly 200 voter registrations that election officials say were flagged as possibly fraudulent, forged, or duplicated by the group that collected them, FieldWorks, a private Washington, D.C. based firm.
FieldWorks, says it works largely with Democratic candidates, causes and progressive organizations collecting signatures for voter registration or ballot initiatives across the country.
“We have a zero tolerance for fraud," FieldWorks co-owner Chris Galloway told Fox News, defending his firm.[more....]