More Votes Than Registered Voters in One Georgia Precinct – IOTW Report

More Votes Than Registered Voters in One Georgia Precinct

Independent Sentinel:

There were 670 ballots in one precinct with 276 registered voters in the Georgia primary, McClatchy reports.

Habersham County’s Mud Creek precinct in northeastern Georgia had 276 registered voters ahead of the state’s primary elections in May. Miraculously, 670 ballots were case. A 243 percent turnout!

It puts a whole new meaning to the slogan, Get Out the Vote.

The information was included in a lawsuit against the state by activists concerned about the security of Georgia elections.

The problem is that bad actors can download and manipulate the votes. A cybersecurity expert warned of flaws leading up to the 2016 election. The vulnerabilities permit bad actors to download and manipulate voter information.

How can this be when we’ve been told repeatedly that there is no voter fraud?  more here

20 Comments on More Votes Than Registered Voters in One Georgia Precinct

  1. We have 12 or 15 counties in California that reportedly have more registered voters that people. It’s reported all the time. But seems like nothing is ever done about it, and no investigation. We need voter ID.

  2. The democrats continue to undermine the results of elections anytime they lose, however all evidence points to large systemic cheating by liberal districts across the country, no Russian involvement. And nothing is done to correct it.

  3. Voter I.D. is racist. After all, is I.D. required for anything else, except to drive, to fly commercially, to cash a check, occasionally when using a credit card, when banking in person, when applying for any government license or permit including hunting and fishing licenses, when stopped by a police officer, when checking into a hotel, buying alcohol, buying tobacco, applying for welfare and food stamps, applying for a job, applying for Social Security, to buy a gun, to go to a casino, or to obtain prescriptions? I didn’t think so.

  4. Not to mention, that you have to have ID to conduct ANY kind of business in the US, including the purchase of alcohol. So the whole argument that it’s “racist” to require ID to vote is not only a big load of BS, but it’s basically saying that black people are too stupid to know how to get an ID when they’ve lived in the US their entire lives (now THAT’S racist).

  5. But wasn’t the investigation into voter fraud recently dropped because there was no “evidence” to support it?

    Wonder why evidence isn’t evidential to investigators?
    California, Pennsylvania, Colorado, Minnesota, Florida, Ohio, Illinois, &c. ALL have instances of more votes than registered voters, but that doesn’t seem to impress.

    Gee … a cynic might get the impression that voter fraud is being done on purpose!

    izlamo delenda est …

  6. As a former Georgia voter I don’t know how this could happen EXCEPT for corrupt poll workers. Georgia instituted voter ID several years ago. You have to present photo ID and be matched to the voter roll book in order to vote.

    Something criminal is going on in this northeast corner of the state.

  7. I was an RNC poll attorney in the 2016 election in a Democrat-majority county in Florida, Dem supervisor of elections, and primarily temp Dem poll workers.

    With absentee ballots (among other methods), ballot stuffing is easy. These things are mailed out all over the place, and marked up in advance, then brought to the polling station on election day and “turned in” with a “changed mind, want to vote in person” or “I made a mistake”. A new ballot is issued, and the “mistake” ballot is supposed to be voided.

    At numerous polling places we went to, often called by poll watchers (by the way — volunteer!) my assistants and I came in and when we demanded to see the “voided” ballots, discovered hundreds, in some places thousands, of ballots that were not properly voided and easily could have been read into the machines during slow times or at the end of the day.

    It was shocking. Early voting, extended voting, and absentee ballots for everyone who isn’t military or provably oversees really needs to be substantially curtailed.

  8. I wonder if this story has anything to do with this issue in a rural county in the mountains of NE GA.

    From the article: “Georgia state law currently also allows “deferred action” illegals to get an official Georgia driver’s license and ID card. Surprisingly, but factually, Georgia has more illegals than Arizona.”

    Habersham county has several chicken processing plants these days and criminal invaders make up a large part of the workforce. My guess is that there are a lot of illegals and non-citizens votiing.

  9. F4UCorsair, God willing I’ll be there working again in November 2018. This isn’t the only possible “scheme”, but if I hadn’t seen this one with my own eyes, I would not have believed it. The poll workers all played stupid. “See, they’re ‘voided’.” With the exception of one precinct (majority Republican), the ballots had “void” scribbled on them in pen, which actually “voided” them not at all; they were still machine-readable. So grateful for the poll watchers at the various precincts who called in to question these piles of supposedly to-be-discarded voided ballots neatly being collected.

  10. Yes, in Georgia you have to present a valid I.D. to vote, and you can’t vote unless you’ve been registered for 30 days, so definitely something fishy going on at the polls. And, yes, lots of Mexicans in Georgia.


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