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> Too many voting ’irregularities’ to be coincidence-HELP!!!

9 November 2004 20:21
I am not sure what it takes to make a case for election fraud - however, I always say "Keep it simple!" The official value for election turnout is 52%. However, in my voting district, as in all, the sign in book that we sign prior to casting a vote WAS FULL!!!!!. What am I trying to say? Take a random sample of the sign in books from different voting districts - any voting districts. THEY WILL BE FULL!!!!. The actual turnout was virtually 100%. You can see that this is not difficult to prove. The official value is 52%. You have a case of fraud right there. The ratio of REGISTERED (...)


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