Thursday, April 07, 2011

Election Fraud Allegations
Fly In Close Wisconsin
Supreme Court Race

by Matthew Boyle - April 7th, 2011 - The Daily Caller

Wisconsin citizens and election experts are questioning the veracity of the state’s Supreme Court race, which the Associated Press reports left-wing legal activist JoAnne Kloppenburg won by 204 votes over Justice David Prosser, out of the more than 1.4 million votes.

On an estimated more than 10,000 ballots in Dane County, Wisconsin, where the state capital Madison is, voters selected only a pick in the Supreme Court race, while leaving even the hotly contested mayoral and county executive choices blank. That raises red flags for election experts...


“There are reports of 17-year-olds voting because they didn’t need to show proof of their age or anything like that,” [radio show host Vicki] McKenna told TheDC. “There were folks allegedly using their husbands’ or relatives’ utility bills in voter registration, ballots weren’t being counted because they were using the wrong kind of pens. There’s an over-count of 10,000 votes in Dane County.”

How convenient that the overcount in votes in Dane County is exactly the same number as the suspicious ballots that only voted in the single election for Judge.

Combine that with a equally apparent pattern in a larger county in Milwaukee and the stolen vote count approaches 35,000 votes. Statewide it could reach twice that. Even with that outrageous fraud, the Democrats and their union thugs barely managed to produce a 204 vote advantage based on the first reports.

How obvious does the corruption have to get before our courts finally decide to stop the fraud? No one in America believes our election process is honest. Only an idiot would believe that any longer.


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