Where are all the illegal aliens voting?

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    Where are all the illegal aliens voting?

    Are there any more investigations going on?

    Canadian the only illegal alien caught in U.S. fake-voter dragnet - The Globe and Mail
     
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    very strange indeed.

     
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    Why didn't they go after the illegal who said on national television "we vote too" he was hispanic. It shouldn't be too hard to find him.
     
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    I am unaware that they started this to catch anyone doing anything. I thought this was in response to the huge number of dead people and otherwise undeletable voters were hanging out on the voter rolls crating opportunity for voter fraud. I don’t think that there are going to be a whole lot of people that fo REGISTER to vote illegally. That is plain dumb. It is far simpler just to use some of the names that you find in the obituaries to cast a vote in someone else’s name or multiple times in many people’s names.
     
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    I'm sure it's true in most places but the voting precinct people have your information and signature and often even know you. Personally it is not the person I would be concerned with, but the method and counting process as Florida demonstrated in 2000. Not once in all this presumed republican concern with voting have I heard a concern over machinery and other factors. That must tell you something.
     
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    Because he was referring to Hispanics.
     
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    He was referring to ILLEGAL Hispanics, remember, the Illegals were marching for their right to be here, complete with signs saying "Europeans go home!" and "Only whites can be racist".
     
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    There aren't "huge numbers of dead people" voting. The first example that springs to mind is South Carolina, which has 2.5 million registered voters. Of those voters, 250,000 do not have a photo ID that meets the state's requirements. That's 10% of the voting population. Guess how many "dead" people have voted in "recent elections"? 957, according to the state. So even in the most charitable of readings to your position, that's 0.04% of registered voters. And that's without getting into people who voted, then died afterwards (because he did not say dead on election day, just dead and had voted in "recent" elections, a term the state left undefined). The ratio of people being harmed by the law to the maximum amount of error is 250:1. That seems like massive overkill.
     
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    Then find him.
     
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    250:1

    Wow.

    Republicans would punish 250 people wrongfully just to punish 1 guy rightfully.

    They seem to turn the very idea of justice in America on its head.
     

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