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  • Roy Moore unwilling to concede: ‘It’s not over’

    12/12/2017 9:47:41 PM PST · by conservative98 · 274 replies
    NY Post ^ | December 13, 2017 | 12:10am | David K. Li
    GOP Alabama Senate Candidate Roy Moore refused to concede on Tuesday night and insisted more votes could still swing the race and save him from a stunning defeat to an underdog Democrat. “When the vote is this close, that it’s not over,” he told supporters in Montgomery at his campaign rally shortly after Democrat Doug Jones already had been declared the winner by multiple news organizations and had given a televised victory speech. With all precincts reporting, Jones had 49.9 percent and Moore 48.4 percent. Moore quoted from scripture and told supporters to wait for all votes to come in...
  • Judge: Corrine Brown must report to prison in January

    12/20/2017 12:40:55 PM PST · by Spaghetti Man · 30 replies
    News4Jax ^ | 12/20/2017 | Francine Frazier - Senior web editor , Lynnsey Gardner - Investigative reporter , Eric Wallace -
    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Corrine Brown will have to appeal her conviction and sentence from behind bars, a judge ruled Wednesday. U.S. District Judge Timothy Corrigan denied a motion from Brown's attorney, James Smith, requesting a bond pending appeal. Corrigan said Brown must start her prison sentence as scheduled.
  • Democrat Shelly Simonds wins Virginia House seat by 1 vote, ending GOP’s 17-year majority

    12/19/2017 3:51:33 PM PST · by Coronal · 76 replies
    The Virginian-Pilot ^ | December 19, 2017 | Jordan Pascale
    Every vote matters. Canvassers say that to you when they knock on your door and call your phone before Election Day. But contests rarely come down to a single vote. Tuesday was an exception. Democrat Shelly Simonds picked up 11 votes in a stunning day-long recount to upset Republican incumbent Del. David Yancey in the 94th House District Race, 11,608 to 11,607. The recount changes the complexion of the Virginia House of Delegates as Republicans and Democrats split the chamber 50 members to 50 members and ushers in a new era of politics in the General Assembly, which begins its...
  • Roy Moore emails supporters, alleging voter fraud took place in Special Election

    12/16/2017 9:30:16 PM PST · by Berlin_Freeper · 57 replies ^ | December 16, 2017 | Chris Davis
    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – In an email to campaign supporters, Roy Moore alleges multiple “reports of voter fraud and other irregularities at polling locations throughout the state.”
  • Vote Fraud of Alabama (very interesting graphics and numbers breakdown)

    12/13/2017 5:18:50 PM PST · by Be Careful · 44 replies
    What took place is e vote fraud, write ins, vote fraud and busing in voters. At one point Doug Jones somehow got 60,000 votes in a few moments. We witnessed this same Obama magical voting in 2008 and 2012, where 10 million Republicans just moved. This vote fraud in Alabama is ALL plugged into Democratic areas. If you missed this, the digital record of the Alabama elections was destroyed deliberately. There was an emergency order to preserve these digital records, but this was appealed by the State of Alabama, and then upheld by the state Supreme Court. All that remains...
  • Strange 'Going-Ons' With Voter Machines In Sylacauga Alabama ? ? ?

    12/13/2017 8:00:31 AM PST · by Yosemitest · 60 replies
    My Relatives | Dec 13,2017
    My mother's sisters reported thatin Sylacauga Alabama,there was some 'screw-ups with voter machines not going to the correct voting location, and having to be taken back to city hall to be reloaded ... for the correct locations,and to "MOVE" the votes that had already been placed in them INTO the correct machines for the proper voting location, and then brought back to that proper location. Sounds "VERY STRANGE" to me. Is this a new way for DemocRATS to ERASE VOTES in the machines while they move the voting information from one voter machine INTO another voter machine ? Someone...
  • Reports of Democrat Voters being bused between poling sites

    12/12/2017 8:36:19 AM PST · by EdnaMode · 81 replies
    December 12, 2017
    I've seen various reports online today about voters being bused between poling stations. Here's a link to a twitter feed reporting it:
  • Wisconsin AG Schimel investigation based on Project Veritas videos is nearly done ( voter fraud)

    12/10/2017 1:50:00 PM PST · by Be Careful · 9 replies
    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel ^ | 12/8/17 | P. Marley
    Just before last year’s presidential election, Veritas founder James O’Keefe released footage of Wisconsin liberal activist Scott Foval bragging about disrupting Republican events and discussing busing people into Wisconsin from other states. The video doesn't make clear whether he was indicating the people were brought to the state to vote or for some other reason. Soon afterward, Schimel launched his investigation.
  • When Illegal Immigrants Vote, It Cancels Out the Vote of a Genuine Law-Abiding American Citizen

    12/06/2017 7:39:29 AM PST · by pinochet · 25 replies
    The Republican Party has been falsely accused of disenfranchising blacks by requiring voter ID in order to vote. Voter ID limits the ability of illegal immigrants to vote. When an illegal immigrant votes, the vote of an American citizen who is eligible to vote is cancelled out. We have a problem in which illegal immigrants are voting illegally, which weakens the political power of black Americans. An experienced lawyer told me that people who come to America illegally, are not supposed to get green cards and American citizenship, unless they go back to their home countries. They should then go...
  • Contested Virginia Races Put Spotlight On Noncitizen Voting

    12/02/2017 7:21:28 PM PST · by MarvinStinson · 6 replies
    PoliZette ^ | 01 Dec 2017 | Brendan Kirby
    Legislative contests could determine control of the House of Delegates in a state having a serious problem with illegal votes Disputed races for the Virginia House of Delegates — which could determine control of the chamber — highlight the potential for fraud and even innocuous bureaucratic glitches to impact elections. It has been three weeks since Virginians voted for governor and representatives in the House of Delegates, and the tenuous Republican hold is still not confirmed. Democrats swamped Republicans in the election but — as things currently stand — will hold only 49 seats to the GOP’s 51 when the...
  • Phenix City NAACP Calls for Investigation Into Voter Fraud

    11/29/2017 3:49:35 PM PST · by impetrio1 · 22 replies
    American Civil Rights Union ^ | 11/29/17 | American Civil Rights Union
    The American Civil Rights Union applauds the Rev. Alfonza Seldon, spokesman for the Phenix City-Russell County NAACP, for joining our call for clean voter registration rolls to protect Americans’ voting rights. No election outcome—-federal, state or local—-should be tainted due to the failure of local election officials to keep their voter rolls accurate and up-to-date. The growing contention over the District 2 City Council election shines a light on a problem that exists in far too many American towns and cities today.
  • Culling Voter Rolls: Battling Over Who Even Gets to Go to the Polls

    11/26/2017 4:50:22 AM PST · by reaganaut1 · 28 replies
    New York Times ^ | November 25, 2017 | MICHAEL WINES
    WASHINGTON — On its face, the notice sent to 248 county election officials asked only that they do what Congress has ordered: Prune their rolls of voters who have died, moved or lost their eligibility — or face a federal lawsuit. The notice, delivered in September by a conservative advocacy group, is at the heart of an increasingly bitter argument over the seemingly mundane task of keeping accurate lists of voters — an issue that will be a marquee argument before the Supreme Court in January. At a time when gaming the rules of elections has become standard political strategy,...
  • Conyers: Allow 'People Who are Incarcerated' to Vote

    11/21/2017 4:04:18 PM PST · by jazusamo · 92 replies
    PJ Media ^ | November 21, 2017 | Nicholas Ballasy
    WASHINGTON – Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.), the ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee, said that all felons should have the right to vote. “I’m for allowing people who are incarcerated to have the right to vote. Why not? They’re citizens. No matter what they’ve done, and I’m not defending any of their conduct, but all of it wasn’t bad – but all I’m saying is expanding the vote and eliminating structural barriers is critical,” Conyers said at this month’s annual Legislative & Policy Conference organized by Al Sharpton’s National Action Network (NAN) on Capitol Hill. “It’s not an exaggeration...
  • Sicilian lawmaker suspected of paying 25 euros per vote

    11/11/2017 10:20:36 AM PST · by Olog-hai · 25 replies ^ | 11 November 2017 13:45 CET+01:00 | AFP
    Italian authorities have accused a leftist politician of paying €25 per vote to win his seat in regional elections held in Sicily last weekend, the daily La Stampa reported Saturday. Edmondo Tamajo, 41, has been charged with criminal conspiracy in relation to electoral corruption, said the newspaper. On his Facebook account, Tamajo stated, “I have never bought a single vote, and have built my political career on daily acts to support people.” He added he was willing to cooperate with the investigation to clear up the situation. …
  • Holder: Northam Needs Extra Voter Turnout Because ‘Voting Machines Get Lost’

    11/07/2017 4:06:57 PM PST · by Sub-Driver · 28 replies
    Holder: Northam Needs Extra Voter Turnout Because ‘Voting Machines Get Lost’ BY: Paul Crookston November 7, 2017 6:15 pm Former attorney general Eric Holder said Democrats should seek to drive up voter turnout on Tuesday in Virginia because sometimes "voting machines get lost." The former Obama administration official told an audience at Rising Mount Zion Baptist Church in Richmond, Va., that democratic voters needed to "off the couch" in large numbers, Politico reports. Holder emphasized the need for higher turnout by saying voting machines are not reliable and that the Virginia gubernatorial race should be a repudiation of President Donald...
  • 15 percent of Copenhagen’s eligible voters are non-Danish citizens: report

    11/03/2017 8:23:48 PM PDT · by Olog-hai · 6 replies ^ | 2 November 2017 14:24 CET+01:00 | Michael Barrett
    An analysis has revealed that as many as 15 percent of Copenhagen residents eligible to vote in Denmark’s upcoming municipal and regional elections are citizens of countries other than Denmark. The report, published by Copenhagen-based thinktank Tænketanken Europa, also shows that EU citizens alone make up eight percent of the non-Danish citizens eligible to vote in Copenhagen. Citizens of other EU countries plus Norway and Iceland, as well as other non-Danish nationals who have lived in the country for three years or more prior to the election, are all eligible to participate in the November 21st municipal and regional polls....
  • Illegal Alien Voting=insight on Democrats’ imported electorate

    10/31/2017 5:28:01 AM PDT · by SJackson · 6 replies
    Frontpagemagazine ^ | October 31, 2017 | Lloyd Billingsley
    State Department investigation provides insight on Democrats’ imported electorate. President Donald Trump estimated that three to five million illegals had caused him to lose the popular vote, which Hillary Clinton carried by 2.8 million votes. Trump duly launched a commission on voter fraud headed by vice president Mike Pence and Kansas secretary of state Kris Kobach. That probe had Democrats bellowing through their bullhorns. “There’s simply no evidence of widespread voter fraud in this country. Period.” That was California Sen. Dianne Feinstein, 84, the top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, who is seeking another term next year. As it happens,...
  • Trump voting commission criticized for lack of transparency

    10/22/2017 11:31:54 PM PDT · by Olog-hai · 7 replies
    Associated Press ^ | Oct 22, 2017 5:05 PM EDT | Christina A. Cassidy
    President Donald Trump’s advisory commission on election integrity has integrity questions of its own - with some of its own members raising concerns about its openness. This past week, two members fired off letters to commission staff complaining about a lack of information about the panel’s agenda and demanding answers about its activities. That comes as Democratic U.S. senators are requesting a government investigation of the commission for ignoring formal requests from Congress. The criticism from the commissioners was remarkable because it came from insiders — the very people who are supposed to be privy to its internal discussions and...
  • Pedro Cortes, Pa. secretary of state, steps down

    10/12/2017 4:24:41 PM PDT · by doug from upland · 38 replies
    philly dot com ^ | 10-11-17 | Chris Brennan
    Pedro Cortes, Pennsylvania’s secretary of state, abruptly resigned from office Wednesday, three weeks after his agency came under criticism for a glitch that may have allowed thousands of ineligible immigrants statewide to vote. Cortes’ departure was announced in a 349-word “personnel update” emailed from Gov. Wolf’s office that offered no reason and focused almost entirely on his replacement, interim Secretary of State Robert Torres. Just 14 of the words were about Cortes, who also served as secretary of state from 2003 to 2010 under Gov. Ed Rendell. J.J. Abbott, a spokesman for Wolf, said he could not offer an explanation...
  • 12 Texas Counties Hold More Registered Voters than Adults, Says Study

    10/04/2017 5:26:27 PM PDT · by Mr. Mojo · 20 replies
    Breitbart News ^ | 4 Oct 2017 | BOB PRICE
    An election integrity law firm put 12 Texas counties on notice “for holding more registered voters than adult residents” during the 2016 Election. If the jurisdictions do not respond to requests for more information and demonstrate that corrective measures in place, they could risk federal lawsuits from the organization. The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) sent notification letters over the past week to 12 counties scattered across Texas. Those counties are: Loving, Brooks, Irion, McMullen, Kenedy, Jim Hogg, Culberson, Edwards, Roberts, Polk, Kent, and Cottle. The PILF stated the counties’ voter registration rolls show more registered voters than residents of...