Voter fraud is rare

Apparently not

Just a few examples

Charles Brandt, of West Allis, pleaded guilty to election fraud for voting multiple times in the April 5, 2012, Wisconsin election. He was ordered to pay a $1,000 fine.

Remember ACORN?

Kevin Clancy and Maria Miles, both employees for ACORN, pleaded guilty to falsely procuring voter registration information after admitting that they submitted multiple voter registration forms for the same individuals. To meet quotas, Clancy admitted he and others also registered themselves multiple times. Clancy received a 10-month prison sentence, but will serve his time consecutively with another sentence he is already serving for an armed robbery

Armed robbery..yeah the Left is full of such pillars of the community…..

and oh dear….

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I had to move this comment thread over to this post from the temporary one I made.

I didn’t want to be accused of ‘deleting’ Bren’s comment when I took down my temporary post dealing with the database errors.

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Farmor, LC, GLOR and Imperial Mother

Thank’s I’ve had the same problem too, and I will tell my son about it on Wednesday, when I talk with him and ask him to check his mails.
Lots of regards to everybody

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I’ve been into the database and cleaned out all my drafts That wasn’t necessary. That isn’t the “database”, it’s just one of several tables within the database. Bear in mind that the database for this particular site larger than most. As for new articles, I’m going to wait and see if PA does what they intend, which is select new… Read more »

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Giuliani has an immediate or long-term future?

LOL Do tell.

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For shits and giggles, I used the handy time machine located in the lower right corner of the front page of this site. I went back all the way to November of 2016 to real everyone’s reaction to the outcome of that election. Y’all started out just before the election worried about election fraud. But the moment you realized that… Read more »

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uh… Bren? Can you tell me the difference between a ‘mail-in ballot’ and an ‘absentee ballot’? HINT: In most states, they are one and the same. Currently, there are five states that vote exclusively by mail. Oregon was the first, starting back in 1981. VBM became the law in 1987. Here in Washington, we’ve had VBM since 2004. Most of… Read more »

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Bren added the following: There were no reports of widespread fraud as there has been this time. Of course there weren’t. Trump was winning. Now that he was losing, he is trying everything he can to invalidate millions of votes. Since I posted my last comment about this, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned a lower court that ordered the certification… Read more »