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originally posted by: chr0naut
originally posted by: Vector99
a reply to: chr0naut
How do you get the ballot paper? How do you submit it?
The difference is requesting it versus automatic mass ballot mailing to everyone regardless of whether they are still alive or recently died, or are still eligible to vote or not.
I'm sure you can see that small discrepancy.
Sure, so someone could never, ever request a ballot paper fraudulently?
... or turn up at a polling booth (or stacks of them) and misrepresent who they are?
originally posted by: Themaskedbeast
Just imagine this on a country wide scale we won't know the winner for 2 years. By that time Joe will be in a home drooling in his apple sauce or possibly dead. So who would be the president in the 2 years after the election? Is it the speaker of the house? Trump or Pence? How would that work?
originally posted by: carewemust
originally posted by: Fallingdown
a reply to: carewemust
At some point in time yes .
But universal ballots can go to the wrong address , dead people and their pets . Lol
Without VOTER ID, can't a person show up in person and vote 2 or more times?
originally posted by: Hypntick
a reply to: research100
I don't think anyone is denying voting fraud happens with all parties in the United States. What the debate is actually about, is do we want to make it easier for that voter fraud to occur? Given the amount of people that vote in this country, the 1,277 instances since 1979 that ch0naut mentioned is only confirmed cases. I would wager everything I own on the fact that a very small percentage of fraud is actually caught.
Despite the Democrats knowing lie that voter fraud doesn’t exist. A new election has been ordered after charges filed against both contestants in a New Jersey race.