posted on Jul, 4 2016 @ 01:31 PM
I support Ohio in this 100% and I'll tell you why. My Mother voted in the 2012 election. The way that I know this is that she lived with me. I
would take her to vote. Where I live, you go to the poll. They look you up in their book. They hand you a ballot slip, you sign the book and the
ballot slip number is recorded in the book. You go to the machine, cast your vote and return the ballot slip. Once the slip is returned, your name
is hi-lighted and you are given the stub from the ballot slip.
I was going out of town the day of the election. I got to the poll early, before they opened and was one of the first people in the door. I got my
ballot slip, voted and was waiting to turn in my slip when I noticed my Mother's book entry was signed, and hi-lighted. It wasn't her signature. I
questioned it and was told that my Mother had voted. I said "Really? That's a neat trick SINCE SHE DIED IN 2010!!!" I was told to leave before the
police were called.
The County handles elections, they also handle death certificates. It shouldn't be too hard to compare the two and remove deceased people from the