Monday, October 15, 2012

Judge says there was enough vote fraud to overturn an election

The LA Times reports on vote fraud in a small California city:
A hearing officer on Monday concluded that voter fraud occurred during Vernon's June City Council election, throwing out seven of the 64 ballots cast and declaring a new winner in the race.

The decision by former Superior Court Judge Debra Yang came after an unusual hearing process last month at City Hall in which dozens of voters were questioned about their commuting patterns, financial histories and even Facebook pages. Yang concluded that five of the voters in question were not residents of the city. Two others, she said, did not properly mail in their ballots.
In some cases, the fraud was blatant and openly admitted to:
Bernard Roberts, for example, openly admitted during his testimony that he lived in Arizona. “I just visit [Vernon]; I don’t live here. I visit all over the country, if I get the chance,” the 90-year old Roberts said.
Democrats maintain that vote fraud is rare. I think that it only appears rare if you are not looking for it.

PREVIOUSLY on the subject of vote fraud:
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Fraud and Deceit in 2004

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