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The first statement reads, "In 21 districts in Wood County, Ohio, Obama received 100 percent of the votes where GOP inspectors were illegally removed from their polling locations — and not one single vote was recorded for Romney. (A statistical impossibility.)" The second statement says that "106,258 people in Wood County are registered to vote out of an eligible 98,213." The third says, "In one Ohio county, Obama won by 108 percent of the total number of eligible voters." Is something rotten in Wood? These claims unravel quickly with a check of 2012 poll results.
We’ll start with the claim about Obama getting 100 percent of the votes in 21 Wood County "districts." First off, in Ohio they’re called precincts, not districts. A precinct-by-precinct check shows that neither presidential candidate received 100 percent of the votes in any of the county’s 97 precincts. (Therefore, Romney also earned votes, contrary to the claim.) Other fact-checkers also cast doubt on these allegations. As fellow fact-checkers at Snopes rightly noted, "The highest percentage (Obama) achieved in any one precinct was 75.5 percent." FactCheck.org asked Terry Burton, director of the elections board in Wood County, about GOP inspectors being removed. "No precinct officials were removed during Election Day and no issues were identified during a recount," he answered.
originally posted by: WilburnRoach
a reply to: Encryptor
Still awaiting facts, or anything that will prove anything your claiming.
originally posted by: Kali74
a reply to: NightSkyeB4Dawn
Proof of rigging?
The issue shouldn't be whether it is the Democrats or the Republicans that is rigging the vote. The issue, and the outrage, should be that the voting is being rigged. Period.
originally posted by: InFriNiTee
I thought this video was interesting. I have no idea what the truth is, but statistical analysis in theory could prove if the numbers were off in the vote. I think she has a rational explanation that makes logical sense. BTW, she's saying that it appears votes are being tampered with in States that are using electronic counting.
I say that paper ballots and hand counted verified votes should be the way to go for all 50 states. Computers are too easy to manipulate.