wyoming had record turnout for 2004 elections

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    They're VERY faithful in Donetsk, but they only managed a meagre 100% there.
     
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    So I thought it was always good to give 110%.

    On a serious note, have there been any prosecutions nationwide for voter fraud this cycle? I wish individual jurisdictions would, it might calm that problem fast.
     
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    there are lawsuits all over the place, for all kinds of things. many of them are being tossed out for one reason or another.

    here's one recently filed, not yet tossed: Blackwell sued over Cuyahoga vote tally

    watch carefully. it's your democracy being destroyed.
     
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    Um, the turnout was 65%.

    I think there's a lot of strange things going on, but why would there be a big Republican conspiracy to change the vote in Wyoming, a small state assured of voting Republican? It hardly seems worth it. The states worth messing about with were Florida, Ohio, New Hampshire, and so on.
     
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    65% of the total population showed up to vote. but not all the population is registered. more people voted than were registered. 6% more.
     
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    Where there's smoke...
     
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    Yeah, where do these people think they are -- New Jersey?
     
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    Nope. 65% of the population that's elligible to vote, not total population.

    I'm not saying there wasn't foul play; I'm just saying this doesn't prove it.
     
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    106% of registered voters voted. How is there no foul play?
     
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    Everyone wants to point the finger of conspiracy at the RNC but I think most people are overlooking the fact that corruption begins at home and works its way up. There are a lot of Reds out there who would do anything to elect their idol and fudging a little here and a little there adds up to quite a lot.
     
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    Heh, don't mess with New Jersey;) :cool:
     
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    I was looking to see if Wyoming had a register to vote on the day of the election, cause one of the numbers has to be wrong/problematic.

    I know there were hundreds of documented problems with the contract people registering the likes of Mary Popins! Then there was the vacant lot in Arizona or NM that had 300 hispanics registered with its address. Another way of destructing the process. The methods used by some of the unscrupulous contract employees have damaged the process to the point that much of the registration process is now mired in contraversy. But atleast alot of counties have their local psychics giving us voter intent.

    But Voter Fraud isnt blind-like justice......
    It reminds me of the energizer bunny...and going.....and going.....
     
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    ahhhhhhhhhhh. good find.
     
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    stu - needs some links, please.
     
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    as the first one said Milwaukee Journal Sentinel so here is da sausage-
    http://www.jsonline.com/news/metro/nov04/273101.asp

    The second said it was from washingtondispatch.com, here is da sausage=
    http://www.washingtondispatch.com/spectrum/archives/2004_11.html

    The Third refered to AP- here is da sausage
    http://sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/news/archive/2004/10/27/politics1816EDT0706.DTL

    Cause you can find thousands here are some quickies
    http://www.klas-tv.com/Global/story.asp?S=2421595&nav=168XRvNe

    and anuder-
    http://www.washingtontimes.com/national/20041015-121325-3896r.htm

    Happy linking, sorry I did not supply them originally, I assumed that the fact the source was listed in the quote, it would suffice, oh well.
     

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