Doubling up: tens of thousands registered to vote in two states

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  1. thisnumbersdisconnected

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    Waiting for "Oh, but there is no voter fraud!" posts from the nutball left that hangs around here.

    Or was that "idolatry" to say that? :laugh:
     
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    Good one.
     
  3. InTheLight

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    I'm not the nutball left, but so far this is voter registration fraud, not actual voter fraud, well so far, 164 cases of voter fraud.

     
  4. carpro

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    One surely leads to the other.
     
  5. Salty

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    I wonder how many registered voters in Fla are also registered in other States/Commonwealths

    Now if there is a warrant for your arrest.......
     
  6. church mouse guy

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    Rich people think that they are entitled to vote wherever they own a house. The idea of one man, one vote means nothing to them. Rich people are cheap.
     
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    There is another way to look at this: they are paying property tax and possibly income and other taxes in both states/commonwealths
     
  8. carpro

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    Using that line of thinking, you might be able to make a case for their participation in local elections at separate locations, but not a national or statewide election.

    But it's best to leave it the way it is. One place of residence. One place to vote. Being wealthy should not entitle one to more votes than everyone else.
     

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