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Obama Activist and Poll Worker on Camera: “I Voted Twice for Obama”
#21
streaker69;77546 Wrote:
Dave;77545 Wrote:And I believe you are wrong. It's not the method of voting that is the issue. It's the perversion of the rules which leads to fraud that is the problem. Unless you can post proof that one type has less strict rules to prevent fraud your belief makes little sense.

Full disclosures, I have voted my mail for many years now and the forms actually have more warnings about fraud then voting in person. It's also my understanding that my mail in vote is held until Election Day and counted under the same rules and procedures as if I walked in and cast my vote.

Apparently those warnings and procedures didn't stop this woman from voting multiple times. It also doesn't appear as though she's going to suffer any consequences for her actions even though she's admitted to committing a crime.

Do you honestly believe that voter fraud doesn't happen, and that the big push for absentee ballots in the last election wasn't a method to allow more fraud?

I will pay you $1000 for every instance you can find where I even hinted that I don't think fraud happens. Of course it does and it's silly and insulting for you to even ask that. I'm asking you directly how early or write in votes can lead to more fraud if the rules are followed?
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#22
Dave;77551 Wrote:
streaker69;77546 Wrote:Apparently those warnings and procedures didn't stop this woman from voting multiple times. It also doesn't appear as though she's going to suffer any consequences for her actions even though she's admitted to committing a crime.

Do you honestly believe that voter fraud doesn't happen, and that the big push for absentee ballots in the last election wasn't a method to allow more fraud?

I will pay you $1000 for every instance you can find where I even hinted that I don't think fraud happens. Of course it does and it's silly and insulting for you to even ask that. I'm asking you directly how early or write in votes can lead to more fraud if the rules are followed?

Obviously the rules aren't being followed. I think that's obvious since the person from this story is a poll worker. Someone that would obviously know how to game the system and probably worked towards instructing others how to game the system.
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#23
If the rules are followed there wouldn't be any fraud.
tcc722, proud to be a member of pa2a.org since Sep 2012.
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streaker69;77554 Wrote:
Dave;77551 Wrote:I will pay you $1000 for every instance you can find where I even hinted that I don't think fraud happens. Of course it does and it's silly and insulting for you to even ask that. I'm asking you directly how early or write in votes can lead to more fraud if the rules are followed?

Obviously the rules aren't being followed. I think that's obvious since the person from this story is a poll worker. Someone that would obviously know how to game the system and probably worked towards instructing others how to game the system.

Well duh, obviously. But the very same is true with voting in person.....which is the point of questioning your 'belief'.
Dave, proudly annoying members of pa2a.org since Sep 2012.
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Dave;77556 Wrote:
streaker69;77554 Wrote:Obviously the rules aren't being followed. I think that's obvious since the person from this story is a poll worker. Someone that would obviously know how to game the system and probably worked towards instructing others how to game the system.

Well duh, obviously. But the very same is true with voting in person.....which is the point of questioning your 'belief'.

It's been fairly well documented that the same people registered in multiple polling areas under different names. By allowing early voting, those people have a lot of time to make it to all the polling areas they registered to cast their multiple votes. But it all comes down to people actually following the rules, whether it be the voters themselves or the poll workers. It would seem there's been several cases where the poll workers were complicit in the fraud.
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streaker69;77558 Wrote:
Dave;77556 Wrote:Well duh, obviously. But the very same is true with voting in person.....which is the point of questioning your 'belief'.

It's been fairly well documented that the same people registered in multiple polling areas under different names. By allowing early voting, those people have a lot of time to make it to all the polling areas they registered to cast their multiple votes. But it all comes down to people actually following the rules, whether it be the voters themselves or the poll workers. It would seem there's been several cases where the poll workers were complicit in the fraud.

Early or write in voting has zero to do with registering to vote in person so 'a lot of time' makes no sense either. Ok then, if there is no documented proof to my original question we can leave it as your belief based on whatever you want instead of as a provable fact. G'nite.
Dave, proudly annoying members of pa2a.org since Sep 2012.
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#27
Dave;77559 Wrote:
streaker69;77558 Wrote:It's been fairly well documented that the same people registered in multiple polling areas under different names. By allowing early voting, those people have a lot of time to make it to all the polling areas they registered to cast their multiple votes. But it all comes down to people actually following the rules, whether it be the voters themselves or the poll workers. It would seem there's been several cases where the poll workers were complicit in the fraud.

Early or write in voting has zero to do with registering to vote in person so 'a lot of time' makes no sense either. Ok then, if there is no documented proof to my original question we can leave it as your belief based on whatever you want instead of as a provable fact. G'nite.

What doesn't make sense? People register in multiple districts under different names, they are then able to easily make it to those multiple districts to vote over the early voting days. It would appear from just a little bit of research that many states don't just have mail in early voting but had physical polling places open over a span of days. It would stand to reason that if someone was registered in multiple districts it would fairly easy for them to vote multiple times over the time frame when early voting is open.

I don't have any proof of it, because apparently no one really investigated it because once the polls closed in November, it was declared there wasn't any fraud, even though some polling areas had more than 100% of votes received.
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streaker69;77561 Wrote:
Dave;77559 Wrote:Early or write in voting has zero to do with registering to vote in person so 'a lot of time' makes no sense either. Ok then, if there is no documented proof to my original question we can leave it as your belief based on whatever you want instead of as a provable fact. G'nite.

What doesn't make sense? People register in multiple districts under different names, they are then able to easily make it to those multiple districts to vote over the early voting days. It would appear from just a little bit of research that many states don't just have mail in early voting but had physical polling places open over a span of days. It would stand to reason that if someone was registered in multiple districts it would fairly easy for them to vote multiple times over the time frame when early voting is open.

I don't have any proof of it, because apparently no one really investigated it because once the polls closed in November, it was declared there wasn't any fraud, even though some polling areas had more than 100% of votes received.

Not sure why additional ingredients keep getting added to the soup. I remain fine with you having no proof. We can even both agree that there is fraud and can both make the bold declaration that its bad and should not happen.
Dave, proudly annoying members of pa2a.org since Sep 2012.
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#29
Camper;77530 Wrote:Obama will not be impeached because of this Andrew, but this person needs to be arrested and charged with the crime she admits to committing.

and have more of my money stolen to imprison someone for doing something that should of been caught during the counting process?

if anything, a fine would suffice, but allocating resources to make someone sit in a cage for casting more than 1 ballot is a waste, imho.
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andrewjs18;77581 Wrote:and have more of my money stolen to imprison someone for doing something that should of been caught during the counting process?

if anything, a fine would suffice, but allocating resources to make someone sit in a cage for casting more than 1 ballot is a waste, imho.

She committed a crime (multiple crimes), but we all know nothing will come of this. She knows it and we know it, hence the brazen declaration and total bullshit explanations on video.

All "for Mr. Obama's right to sit as president."

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