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Colorado Counties Have More Voters Than People
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Quote:Colorado Counties Have More Voters Than People

A review of voter registration data for ten counties in Colorado details a pattern of voter bloat inflating registration rolls to numbers larger than the total voting age population. Using publicly available voter data and comparing it to U.S. Census records reveals the ten counties having a total registration ranging between 104 to 140 percent of the respective populations.

Counties such as Gilpin and Hinsdale have 110 percent of their populations registered to vote. Gilpin County has a total population of 5,441 with 17.4% of the population below the voting age, making the highest possible number of registered voters 4,494.

Currently Gilpin County has 4909 registered voters. Hinsdale County has a total population of 830 with 20% of the population below the voting age, making the highest possible number of registered voters 664. At 110 percent registration, that means that there are 515 excess voter registrations in Gilpin county and 68 excess registrations for Hinsdale.



When Media Trackers requested comment on the voter bloat in Gilpin county, Chief Deputy Gail Maxwell explained that “This is just a reminder Gilpin is a Gaming Community.

The voters come and go!”

While these voters come and go, they manage to turnout to vote. Records show Gilpin County had 61 percent voter turnout in the 2010 election and Hinsdale County had an astounding 92 percent voter turnout.

This is far above the Colorado average turnout of 48 percent, and the national average of 41 percent.

All ten counties investigated by Media Trackers reported voter turnout greater than the national average.

Nine out of ten also showed voter turnout well above the Colorado average. Mineral and San Juan counties, which have voter registration numbers of 126 percent and 112 percent respectively, had voter turnout of 96 and 83 percent respectively.

Jackson, Summit, Cheyenne, and Elbert counties have 111, 107, 105, and 104 percent of their population registered to vote, while managing 71, 44, 71, and 63 percent voter turnout.

Rounding out the ten counties looked at by Media Trackers are San Miguel county, which topped the list at 140 percent of the population being registered to vote and 52 percent voter turnout, and Ouray county, which had 119 percent of the population registered to vote and a whopping 74 percent voter turnout.

While Ouray County has a total population of 4,356, with 17.8 percent of the population below the voting age, the county has 4,246 people registered to vote.

The highest possible number of voting age residents in the county is 3,581, which is 775 less than the actual registered total.

San Miguel County has a total population of 7,359 with 19.2 percent of the population below the voting age, making the highest possible number of registered voters 5,946. If the census numbers are to be trusted, that results in the possibility of up to 2,390 individuals on the voter rolls who should not be.

http://www.redstate.com/2012/09/04/color...an-people/
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middlefinger;39957 Wrote:
Quote:Colorado Counties Have More Voters Than People

A review of voter registration data for ten counties in Colorado details a pattern of voter bloat inflating registration rolls to numbers larger than the total voting age population. Using publicly available voter data and comparing it to U.S. Census records reveals the ten counties having a total registration ranging between 104 to 140 percent of the respective populations.

Counties such as Gilpin and Hinsdale have 110 percent of their populations registered to vote. Gilpin County has a total population of 5,441 with 17.4% of the population below the voting age, making the highest possible number of registered voters 4,494.

Currently Gilpin County has 4909 registered voters. Hinsdale County has a total population of 830 with 20% of the population below the voting age, making the highest possible number of registered voters 664. At 110 percent registration, that means that there are 515 excess voter registrations in Gilpin county and 68 excess registrations for Hinsdale.



When Media Trackers requested comment on the voter bloat in Gilpin county, Chief Deputy Gail Maxwell explained that “This is just a reminder Gilpin is a Gaming Community.

The voters come and go!”

While these voters come and go, they manage to turnout to vote. Records show Gilpin County had 61 percent voter turnout in the 2010 election and Hinsdale County had an astounding 92 percent voter turnout.

This is far above the Colorado average turnout of 48 percent, and the national average of 41 percent.

All ten counties investigated by Media Trackers reported voter turnout greater than the national average.

Nine out of ten also showed voter turnout well above the Colorado average. Mineral and San Juan counties, which have voter registration numbers of 126 percent and 112 percent respectively, had voter turnout of 96 and 83 percent respectively.

Jackson, Summit, Cheyenne, and Elbert counties have 111, 107, 105, and 104 percent of their population registered to vote, while managing 71, 44, 71, and 63 percent voter turnout.

Rounding out the ten counties looked at by Media Trackers are San Miguel county, which topped the list at 140 percent of the population being registered to vote and 52 percent voter turnout, and Ouray county, which had 119 percent of the population registered to vote and a whopping 74 percent voter turnout.

While Ouray County has a total population of 4,356, with 17.8 percent of the population below the voting age, the county has 4,246 people registered to vote.

The highest possible number of voting age residents in the county is 3,581, which is 775 less than the actual registered total.

San Miguel County has a total population of 7,359 with 19.2 percent of the population below the voting age, making the highest possible number of registered voters 5,946. If the census numbers are to be trusted, that results in the possibility of up to 2,390 individuals on the voter rolls who should not be.

http://www.redstate.com/2012/09/04/color...an-people/


Clearly voters need to be fingerprinted and iris scans taken of their eyeballs.
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No no that would be disenfranchisement. Lol

Where's the investigations? Indictments?
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Pocketprotector;39975 Wrote:No no that would be disenfranchisement. Lol

Where's the investigations? Indictments?

They're not necessary, Obama won.
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ArcticSplash;39965 Wrote:Clearly voters need to be fingerprinted and iris scans taken of their eyeballs.

I sometimes wonder how many people who oppose voter ID support the idea that one ought to show an ID to purchase and possess a license to carry a firearm.

And vice-versa.
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Camper;40006 Wrote:
Pocketprotector;39975 Wrote:No no that would be disenfranchisement. Lol

Where's the investigations? Indictments?

They're not necessary, Obama won.

That's right....you can't investigate the first Dictator......yes a lot is going to happen in this 4 years.......

Many will say, oh.... it's just 4 years..........Well.......World War II was started, fought and won in 3.5.

Khrushchev nailed it in 1957..."from within"......Mission Accomplished.
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Is some of this a case of a college student voting in 2 places? Somehow getting around the system or exploiting a flaw in the system?
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bigdawgbeav;40038 Wrote:Is some of this a case of a college student voting in 2 places? Somehow getting around the system or exploiting a flaw in the system?

Certainly the case of many more than one.
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Camper;40006 Wrote:
Pocketprotector;39975 Wrote:No no that would be disenfranchisement. Lol

Where's the investigations? Indictments?

They're not necessary, Obama won.

If the voting were 100% honest....I'm not so sure.

Especially in light of the county-by-county electoral map.
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RugerGirl;40051 Wrote:
Camper;40006 Wrote:They're not necessary, Obama won.

If the voting were 100% honest....I'm not so sure.

Especially in light of the county-by-county electoral map.

Source?
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