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FRAUD: NC Board of Elections refuse to certify the Mark Harris win
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RE: FRAUD: NC Board of Elections refuse to certify the Mark Harris win
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funny how the left went from
There is no voter fraud
Voter fraud! Its everywhere!
In no time at all.

The TDS rages on.


“Voter fraud” has never been a deciding factor in any election in the US. The .00001% of cases that arise while certainly not excusable, are not statistically relevant.

“ELECTION Fraud” is a well documented phenomenon and the sole way the GOP can still get elected.

yes unfortunately the majority are now child molesting welfare cases like yourself

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Fraud is all over this election. I dont blame them.
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the word "fraud" is so hurtful and has such negative connotations.

we prefer election "control". see how happy and friendly that sounds.
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This case is really interesting, and the deafening silence of the republicans in power is quite something to behold. Scream1

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the state’s Board of Elections—made up of four Democrats, four Republicans, and one Independent—which tabulates and verifies every vote in the weeks after an election, shocked North Carolina’s political establishment by voting unanimously not to certify Harris’s win



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LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-05-2018 05:26 PM)
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funny how the left went from
There is no voter fraud
Voter fraud! Its everywhere!
In no time at all.

The TDS rages on.


“Voter fraud” has never been a deciding factor in any election in the US. The .00001% of cases that arise while certainly not excusable, are not statistically relevant.

“ELECTION Fraud” is a well documented phenomenon and the sole way the GOP can still get elected.

in fact, it is the ONLY factor that even decides if someone is allowed on the ballot

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angry1 RE: FRAUD: NC Board of Elections refuse to certify the Mark Harris win
Racketeering & Organized Crime Own the United States

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What happened to the liberal tune of "there is no election fraud. It is all fabricated by the bad orange man".

Kinda neat if you ask me.
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How about we all agree on this one.
Anybody involved in election fraud goes to prison. Democrats, Republicans, all of them.

Don't stand up for your party, stand up for America!
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Schreckliche Maschine  Wrote: (12-06-2018 12:47 AM)
How about we all agree on this one.
Anybody involved in election fraud goes to prison. Democrats, Republicans, all of them.

Don't stand up for your party, stand up for America!

But for how long?

One hispanic republican woman just got eight years in prison for voting when she was a legal resident but not a citizen. Then a republican politician got 2 months probation for forging signatures on his campaign paperwork.

All illegal voting and suppression of voting and politicians fabricating votes, etc. should get prison time. But the laws vary greatly and the punishments seem to be so varied.

This Woman Got 8 Years In Prison For Illegal Voting. Texas Is Showing No Mercy.
Rosa Maria Ortega’s case illustrates the enormous discretion that prosecutors have in how harshly they pursue voter fraud.

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/tex...73c02305c1

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Schreckliche Maschine  Wrote: (12-06-2018 12:47 AM)
How about we all agree on this one.
Anybody involved in election fraud goes to prison. Democrats, Republicans, all of them.

Don't stand up for your party, stand up for America!

No argument here.

In this case, we have actual voter fraud. Its also a good time to note, this type of fraud would not have been stopped by any voter Id law.

It was discovered by math.

That won't stop people from claiming math has a liberal bias tho.

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LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-06-2018 12:24 AM)
What happened to the liberal tune of "there is no election fraud. It is all fabricated by the bad orange man".

Kinda neat if you ask me.

Math has a liberal bias. /s

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Nine months after President Trump was forced to dissolve a panel charged with investigating voter fraud, GOP officials across the country are cracking down on what they describe as threats to voting integrity — moves that critics see as attempts to keep some Americans from casting ballots in November’s elections.

In Georgia, election officials have suspended more than 50,000 applications to register to vote, most of them for black voters, under a rigorous Republican-backed law that requires personal information to exactly match driver’s license or Social Security records.

In Texas, the state attorney general has prosecuted nearly three dozen individuals on charges of voter fraud this year, more than the previous five years combined.

And in North Carolina, a U.S. attorney and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) issued subpoenas last month demanding that virtually all voting records in 44 counties be turned over to immigration authorities within weeks — a move that was delayed after objections from state election officials.

Voting rights advocates said Republicans are seizing on sporadic voting problems in an effort to disenfranchise voters of color.

In Georgia, several of these groups filed a lawsuit Thursday seeking to block the “exact match” registration law passed last year.

“The myth of voter fraud is used by those who wish to curtail the right to vote of specific populations, usually minority voters,” said Ezra Rosenberg, an attorney for the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, a participant in the suit.

“Instead of thinking up schemes to stop people from voting, we should be doing everything in our power to make it easier for people to vote,” he added.

Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp, who enforces state election laws and is also the GOP gubernatorial nominee, said the focus on the suspended voter registrations is a crisis manufactured by his Democratic opponent.

“While outside agitators disparage this office and falsely attack us, we have kept our heads down and remained focused on ensuring secure, accessible, and fair elections for all voters,” he said in a statement last week in which he touted Georgia’s record number of registered voters.

Numerous studies have found no evidence of large-scale voter fraud in the United States. But the specter of fraud was raised repeatedly by Trump after the 2016 election, when he claimed without evidence that millions of undocumented immigrants voted illegally for his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton.

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https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/...story.html

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Critics charge true intent of Trump threat to would-be fraudulent voters is vote suppression

When President Trump tweeted an ominous pre-midterms warning to would-be fraudulent voters late Saturday, critics were quick to note that voter fraud is statistically nonexistent in the United States; to recall that the president’s own voter-fraud commission, chaired by Vice President Mike Pence and led by controversial Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, had not cloaked itself in glory before being disbanded; and to contend that the president’s true message was that certain voters would not be wrong to approach their assigned polling places with a sense of unease.

https://www.marketwatch.com/story/critic...2018-10-21
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https://www.salon.com/2018/02/06/how-the...-politics/

https://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/news/nat...82781.html

https://www.houstonchronicle.com/news/po...339298.php

Georgia's Secretary of State Brian Kemp (now running for Gov) has purged voter rolls & is now freezing tens thousands of voter registration forms through "exact match" tests. 70% of the frozen registrations are from black applicants, the AP reports.

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https://www.wabe.org/voting-rights-becom...nors-race/
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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (09-09-2018 12:20 PM)
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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (09-09-2018 12:21 PM)
spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (02-07-2018 04:45 PM)
How the Republicans rigged Congress — new documents reveal an untold story


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https://www.salon.com/2018/02/06/how-the...-politics/

spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (02-07-2018 04:50 PM)
The head of the committee to elect House Republicans admits that gerrymandering is keeping them all in their jobs.

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https://shareblue.com/house-republican-c...e-in-2018/

spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (02-07-2018 04:57 PM)
AP analysis shows how gerrymandering benefited GOP in 2016
more:
http://www.mlive.com/news/index.ssf/2017...ryman.html

spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (09-15-2018 08:13 PM)
“The Republican Party learned that voter suppression, done ruthlessly and relentlessly, could deliver victory.”

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/09/08/opini...souri.html

spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (10-11-2018 03:38 AM)
On a muggy 90-degree day in 2013, Virginia Atkins traveled to Florida’s state capitol building in Tallahassee to ask Gov. Rick Scott for her voting rights back.

Dressed conservatively in a black blouse, blue dress with a palm tree print and thick, horn-rimmed glasses, the 44-year-old waited nearly three hours before a clerk called her number: 36.

Atkins, accompanied by her adult daughter, approached the podium and timidly greeted the governor.

“It’s been 10 years since these charges,” she began, referring to a 2001 conviction for aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. “I’ve served my time. I’m working. I’m a grandmamma. I’m going to be a grandmamma to twins.”

Atkins smiled and touched her daughter’s belly.

“I work every day,” she continued. “I’m active in the community. I stay out of trouble.”

She paused and bit her lower lip, seeming to swallow her tears.

Scott asked why she did it.

“I was protecting my daughter at the time,” Atkins said, explaining an incident involving a woman spitting on and slapping her 13-year-old daughter, Kashandra Nixon.

Nixon, now 32, told the governor she was a different person back then – bad temper, impulsive.

“I just feel like it’s all my fault, and if I could just take that from her and put it all on me, I will,” Nixon said.

After a couple questions about Atkins’ job with the Florida Department of Management Services, Scott put down his glasses.

“First, thanks for your work for the state,” the governor said. “At this point, I don’t feel comfortable giving your restoration of civil rights, but congratulations on your work and congratulations on your daughter.”

In less than four minutes, Atkins’ decade-long quest to have her voting rights restored was over.

For the last seven years, Scott has routinely denied restoring voting rights to former felons in hearings such as these. Of the 30,196 applications for voting rights restoration he’s received since taking office in January 2011, he’s approved only 3,005, or just under 10 percent, according to statistics compiled by the Florida Commission on Offender Review.

Scott has also rolled back the automatic restoration of rights for nonviolent crimes passed by his predecessor, Charlie Crist, and instituted a five- or seven-year waiting period (depending on the crime) for all former felons before they can formally apply for restoration of their civil rights.

Four times a year, the state board holds hearings for less than 100 applicants. The clemency board has no set standards on how to judge applicants’ worthiness for rights restoration and Scott has the final say. If denied, the petitioner must wait two years to re-apply.


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https://www.courthousenews.com/in-florid...n-minutes/
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