30,000 Dead Registered To Vote In N.C.

Discussion in 'Politics' started by pspr, Sep 3, 2012.

  1. pspr


    This is why Democrats don't want voter ID laws.

    RALEIGH A Raleigh-based group devoted to reducing the potential for voter fraud presented the N.C. Board of Elections on Friday with a list of nearly 30,000 names of dead people statewide who are still registered to vote.

    The Voter Integrity Project compiled the list after obtaining death records from the state Department of Public Health from 2002 to March 31 and comparing them to the voter rolls.

    “Mainly, what we’re concerned about is the potential [for fraud],” said project director Jay DeLancy. “Since there is no voter ID law in North Carolina, anybody can walk in and claim to be anyone else.”

    Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/20...p-says-it-found-30000-dead.html#storylink=cpy
  2. Wallet


    You can't get on an airplane. cash a check, basically you can't take a squat in today's society without some type of photo-id, yet it's so unethical to ask someone to prove their identity to vote?
  3. You selectively quoted the article. Here are the final two paragraphs from it:

    The Voter Integrity Project describes itself as a nonpartisan group aimed at clean, fair elections. It supports requiring photo ID to vote, which Republicans typically support and Democrats typically oppose.

    Earlier this summer, the organization sued to have 528 Wake County residents it claimed were not U.S. citizens removed from the voter registration. The county elections board investigated the complaint and found that all of the voters were citizens and eligible to vote.
  4. DNC requiring photo ID to get into convention.

    hypocrisy at it's worst.
  5. I'll bet welfare requires proof of ID and more.

    How come welfare isn't considered Unconstitutional?

    How come welfare isn't racist? Oops it is .
  6. So, you're registered to vote, then you die. Then I suppose the first thing your relatives do is take you off voter registration lists.

    Interesting that someone, anyone, would think that was a valid fact. Nice try. Now, if you guys are thinking there were zombies voting, at least that would make more sense, but I doubt dead people will be voting. Humorous at best.
  7. Good grief.

    Have you ever heard the phrase "vote early vote often"?

    I repeat, good grief.

    This is exactly why we need an ID law. How many mr bill's work at voting locations?


  8. Too funny, Good Grief, do you ever read facts? Just to help you out, since I guess you're Google Challenged.

    "The state signed a stipulation agreement with lawyers for the plaintiffs which acknowledges there “have been no investigations or prosecutions of in-person voter fraud in Pennsylvania; and the parties do not have direct personal knowledge of any such investigations or prosecutions in other states.”
    Additionally, the agreement states Pennsylvania “will not offer any evidence in this action that in-person voter fraud has in fact occurred in Pennsylvania and elsewhere” or even argue “that in person voter fraud is likely to occur in November 2012 in the absense of the Photo ID law.”

    So, the head Rep legislator in Pa admits the voter suppression is just to help Romney, on video. The State signed a stipulation agreement that was no voter fraud, and you somehow are so afraid, that if people are actually allowed to vote, they would vote for a democrat.

    If the Ryan/romney ticket actually thought they had more voters than Obama, then they would have registration and voting in WalMart parking lots. Good Grief Charlie Brown.
  9. So if nobody is prosecuted no crime occured? That might be dumber than your original statement.

    Do some DD and read about the Washington State election where about 4000 more votes were cast than there were eligable voters.

    Oddly enough a democrat won the election by a very small margin.

    Good grief.

  10. So, let's resort to name calling. Typical when there is no legitimate response I guess.

    And, let's start making new legislation about imagined crimes against our team.

    For a team who professes smaller government to want to make stuff up to create legislation against, well, although typical, doesn't make any sense.

    Voter suppression is just plain Anti-American. Against everything founding fathers, who were so praised at the RNC, since they were totally avoiding the Bush years, worked so hard for. Again, very sad.

    No wonder, even with a week full of RNC blatant lies they could not get a poll bump of any kind. Oh well.

    Just keep trying to kick the football Charlie Brown, Lucy won't really pull it away again. Good Grief.
    #10     Sep 3, 2012