18,460 dead people on Ohio voter rolls

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    Updated: Wednesday, 13 Apr 2011, 4:40 PM EDT
    Published : Wednesday, 13 Apr 2011, 4:40 PM EDT

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Ohio's top elections official says it appears that thousands of voters considered "active" are anything but.

    Secretary of State Jon Husted says a report has found nearly 18,500 dead people on the state's voter rolls. Records of registered voters were cross-checked with a list of deceased Ohioans maintained by the state Health Department.

    18,460 dead people on Ohio voter rolls
     
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    Just more GOP fearmongering propaganda to push the GOP unconstitutional agenda and keep the poor from voting.
     
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    Were you under the mistaken impression that when a person dies their name is automatically removed from voter registration records by some form of slut magic?
     
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    You are pretty screwed up there Sparky. What you really need is a intervention. ;)
     
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    So take them off the rolls.

    Oh I forgot, we have a political party that opposes that for some odd reason. They seem to think that dead people being off the rolls hurts their chances politically.

    Nope. No fraud here.
     
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    "18,460 dead people on Ohio voter rolls"

    And the amazing thing is that most of them managed to vote twice.
     
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    How do they keep the poor from voting?
     
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    Well, waddayano !!!

    Shitseeker considers the DOCUMENTED 18,500 corpses ASSUMED BY THIS LibTURD, himself as undoubtedly being fraudulently voted in "Dems".......as: " Just more GOP fearmongering propaganda to push the GOP unconstitutional agenda and keep the poor from voting."

    Maybe this typical Obamarrhoidal LIEberrhoid considers the poor as corpses ??????


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    Ohio House Passes ‘Nation’s Most Restrictive’ Voter ID Law That Would Curb Rights Of Almost 900,000 Ohioans

    ThinkProgress » Ohio House Passes ‘Nation’s Most Restrictive’ Voter ID Law That Would Curb Rights Of Almost 900,000 Ohioans

    In 22 states across the country, Republican lawmakers are ginning up the specter of voter fraud to pass highly restrictive photo identification laws that would severely restrict the voting rights of millions. But yesterday, the Republicans in the Ohio House secured passage of “what could become the nation’s most restrictive voter identification law.”
     
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    Well, how much money do you think the dead have? I mean after the government gets through with them.
     

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