You don't think that dead folks could vote...?

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    A new study of the nation's voter registration records finds 3.3 million dead voters are still on the rolls - including an estimated 116,483 in Massachusetts - while another 12.9 million who are ineligible also remain.

    The study was done by Aristotle International Inc., a Washington, D.C. technology company that specializes in election-related programming and database services for public officials and agencies.

    Not only does this raise concerns about potential voter fraud, but from the interest of campaign consultants, ineligible or expired voters could lead to a waste of resources, John Aristotle Phillips, CEO of Aristotle, told CNS News.

    Read more at the Washington Examiner: Massachusetts has estimated 116K dead voters on its rolls | Washington Examiner


    Is that why Democrats are opposed to photo ID's required in elections?
     
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    How is that proof of any dead persoin voting?

    You do realise people die all the time right?
     
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    Dead people have been voting for many years. Most are usually Democrats. The Dems have been doing that stuff for years. It will be fun seeing just how many Dead Democrats vote in Massachusetts today. It should be a hoot.
     
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    Can you provide some proof of what you claim?
     
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    When my grandmother died, I first called the State to remove her from the voter list. Then I called the funeral home.
     
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    Can anyone find some info on dead people voting?
     
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    I heard a story about some LBJ campaigners in a Texas graveyard, collecting names off tombstones. One stone was so old the name was hard to read, so the the guy trying to read it said, "Skip this one." His co-worker then said, "You can't skip him. He has the same right to vote as everyone else in this cemetary."
     
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    Google

    let us know how it works out for you

    or better yet, don't
     
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    :rofl:

    no kidding? wow, that's a shocker.

    real dead people don't vote; i'll alert the media.

    :rofl:
     

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