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Originally posted by Silverkiss
Good luck with your election, I wonder who the dead will vote for...
Will the election result be a 50/50 split? C'mon ATS get your political hats on. I know some of you wear them all day!
Originally posted by MuzzleBreak
It's OK. They are all registered Democrats and they just vote early. And often.
Originally posted by links234
reply to post by schuyler
Most states don't coordinate either, so if I were to move and not inform my current state of doing so I could then register in my new state and vote in either.
You'd really have to be passionate to be willing to travel between states to do so, one vote in two or more different states?
The figures, while concerning, don't really indicate it's a widespread problem of people actually voting as someone else. It's possible that it could happen but not to the scale that it would drastically effect election results.
Originally posted by AQuestion
reply to post by Silverkiss
When someone dies people rarely if ever notify the election boards; but, it doesn't mean that someone else votes under their name, you still have to provided identification. The real conspiracy is that they want to require biometric identification in order for you to vote which then becomes a database. Peace.
Real good but many states like Calif don't ask for id when you vote. only When Registering to vote is it asked for. or the person can give the last 4 of there SS#