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Voter Fraud In NY and FL

From here:

Some 46,000 New Yorkers are registered to vote in both the city and Florida, a shocking finding that exposes both states to potential abuses that could alter the outcome of elections, a Daily News investigation shows.


Computer records analyzed by The News don’t allow for an exact count of how many people vote in both places, because millions of names are regularly purged between elections.

But The News found that between 400 and 1,000 registered voters have voted twice in at least one election, a federal offense punishable by up to five years in prison and a $10,000 fine.


Of the 46,000 registered in both states, 68% are Democrats, 12% are Republicans and 16% didn’t claim a party.

Wonderful. We’ve got hundreds of criminal snowbirds who will vote for morbidly-obese Congressman Jerrold Nadler in New York via absentee ballot, and then they will vote again for serial-liar John Kerry for President in the toss-up state of Florida.

This kind of corruption, as usual, benefits the Democrats.

But, hey. If Florida has another close-call, you can bet the Dems would rather disenfranchise military personnel in Iraq than dangerous felons or New Yorkers voting twice in two different states.

Hopefully, it won’t be close enough for them to attempt to steal another election.

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  • boomcrashbaby

    That’s interesting. 400-1,000 votes were found to be illegal, and just because Democrats account for 68% of all registered voters, you dump all the criminals in that group.

  • simon hb

    Presumably, the NY Post only bothered to compare NY & FLA records – doubtless, since people retire to Florida from all over America, you could find an equal, if not greater, number of people from more staunchily Republican States equally double-booked?

    Would i be correct in assuming that that, though, would be a “muddle” rather than “corruption”?

  • Mike Kole

    Say, Boom. 68-12-16 is the kind of ratio that would have won things in Florida for Gore if only spread over a more significant constituency, than double-voting retirees, heh?

    But the important thing is an honest election, right? So let’s do the right thing and delete those illegal tallies from the record, from all of the double-voting folks, regardless of party.

  • boomcrashbaby

    But the important thing is an honest election, right? So let’s do the right thing

    Personally, Mike, I believe that Kathleen Harris, Jeb Bush and Scalia prevented it from being an honest election, even if it still would have ultimately gone to Bush. Somebody who would have won Florida legally could still be capable of cheating. That’s still my opinion, regardless of how many conservatives are sick of hearing about it.

    Sure, I am all for deleting illegal votes on any side. To me, though, since we can’t take back the last 4 years, that’s not near as important as countering right wing rhetoric and falsehood, like the assumption that ALL illegal votes MUST be Democrat. Not surprising conservatives or libertarians gloss over that and instead tout the nobility of being ‘honest’. Thanks for reinforcing the assumption.

    Of course it’s only bad when a liberal groups everybody else together, I forgot.

  • Adam Bloom

    Annnd, (although I don’t have a source for this anymore) those computer voting systems are funded by big big republicans. But of course, you ignored that scandal when it came out.