YES! More cases of blatant fraud will be discovered.
92% (36 votes)
NO! This was an isolated incident.
8% (3 votes)
Total votes: 39

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HalFonts 2 years 3 weeks ago

As usual, YES more cases will be discovered, but NO, it's not the tip of a 90% submerged iceberg. I believe there are more well- or adequately run Elections Systems than corrupted ones. I may be wrong; and if so, we have an even greater struggle to re-claim our country back.

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washnwmn 2 years 2 weeks ago

It's illegal, but no one is being arrested. Was it the Ukrane where the population filled the streets over election fraud and stayed there for days? A better question might be....will the American people ever defend their right to vote/right to a fair election? Or if we don't, do we deserve what we get?

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Will_the_Piano_Guy 2 years 2 weeks ago

Of course this is the just the tip of the iceberg......that's the way it always is.....only a small percentage of things first appear and the full ugliness of it will show later....when the damage is already done. Mittens has on his official web site a link on training to intimidating democratic voters at the polls===> Mittens Willard Rmoney is now officially training people to intimidate Democrats from voting on his official campaign site...here=> http://www.mittromney.com/forms/poll-challenger-training-sessions?utm_medium=email&utm_source=et&utm_content=link_body_training&utm_campaign=1667300_281852_Samantha+Dravis

zjas 2 years 2 weeks ago

Just wondering when We The People are going to hold the gop and thier financiers accountable for Treason, Domestic Terrorism and Inciting War (...to name a few).

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Kelly Broussard 2 years 2 weeks ago

If you believe it is the tip of the iceberg, then you will support Republican led efforts to implement barriers to voting in 30 states because they are justified by this new evidence of widespread fraud. I am not a conspiracy theorist but this seems like a happy coincidence.

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