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    E-verify and pass the VOTER ID LAW before the next election so people have PLENTY of notice to go get their Photo ID's!



    DEEM ALL DRIVER'S LICENSES ISSUED TO ILLEGAL ALIENS NULL & VOID

    STOP STATES AIDING AND ABETTING ILLEGAL ALIEN CRIMINAL TRESPASSERS!

    THEY ARE NOT CITIZENS...THEY DO NOT QUALIFY FOR STATE DRIVER'S LICENSES OR ID'S!!!
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    When is the next election in Mexico?

    63 MILLION DEPLORABLES need to go on a road trip and VOTE in their elections
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    Conservative Group Seeks Records About ‘Thousands’ Of Noncitizen Voters In Texas

    https://www.alipac.us/f12/conservati...-texas-354863/


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    Lawsuit: 100,000 noncitizens registered to vote in Pennsylvania
    https://www.alipac.us/f9/lawsuit-100...lvania-356247/


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    Quote Originally Posted by Beezer View Post
    When is the next election in Mexico?

    63 MILLION DEPLORABLES need to go on a road trip and VOTE in their elections


    But who would we vote for? I don't think we'd like any of them.
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    Write in Nancy Pelosi
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    Funny!!
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    Commissioners bail on order to modernize machines before 2020


    Last week, the Pennsylvania Department of State issued an order requiring that all counties in the Commonwealth transition to auditable voting machines in time for the 2020 Presidential election.

    The goal: Make sure there are paper backups of all votes cast in the most highly-scrutinized election in American history. The City Commissioners announced this week that they aren’t going to comply.
    As we’ve written previously, the Department of State’s forward-looking approach to election security has the potential to spur transformative change in our election system. Not only are our current voting machines vulnerable to hacking, they are incapable of providing verification of the accuracy of election results. In short, because the computers that power our voting machines always think they’re right, in the absence of paper ballot backups, it is impossible to know when they’re actually wrong.

    Advocacy for paper ballot backups has been part of the election modernization toolbox for a while, but a recent surge in public concern about the integrity of elections is driving a push for policy change. This order by DOS, along with an election modernization platform advocated by Governor Tom Wolf, has the potential to force Pennsylvania’s election administration into the 21st Century.
    Enter the Philadelphia City Commissioners. Immediately after the State’s order was released, the Commissioners Office responded that they would not comply with the deadline, and instead would roll-out the new machines citywide the following year.

    The Commissioners haven't articulated why they don't plan on complying with the State order, but its safe to assume the reasons lie in the most challenging aspects of buying and implementing new election technology.

    There are three primary complications associated with procuring voting machines. First, a county can only purchase machines certified by the Department of State. As a result, the procurement process is dictated by DOS's certification timeline. But DOS has already certified one machine and more will be certified soon. Hopefully, the Commissioners plan on attending the demonstration of new voting technology in Harrisburg (at the Farm Show Complex, naturally) next Thursday.

    Secondly, training poll workers on new technology can be challenging. Attendance at voluntary election board training sessions is spotty at best, and many divisions lack a full complement of election board workers to train in the first place. So there is reason to be concerned about growing pains.

    And finally, voting machines are expensive. In 2015, the Commissioners requested $22 million for new machines, and were flatly rebuffed by City Council. Some assistance will be provided by the states and, hopefully, the feds, but the burden will largely fall on the City.

    There's also the "national news story" risk to the Commissioners. One can imagine that there is concern about debuting a new technology during what everyone expects to be a fraught Presidential election cycle. Philadelphia’s turnout could turn the tide in Pennsylvania and, consequently, dictate the outcome of the election.

    But these concerns don't absolve the City and its election administrators of their responsibilities. Philadelphia doesn’t get to hold off on investing in the integrity of its elections until the stakes are (relatively) lower, simply because the stakes will be lower. According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, states and counties “were already moving toward paper ballots before 2016. But the Russian hacking incident has brought the spotlight to this issue."
    The current election climate obligates the City, at all levels, to commit to securing our election system for 2020. Anything else puts the integrity of our elections, and citizens' faith in the democratic system, at too great a risk.

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    Add These Voter Fraud Cases to the Growing List

    Jason Snead April 19, 2018

    Despite the lack of media coverage, evidence of election fraud continues to mount.

    This week, The Heritage Foundation added 26 new entries to its election fraud database, bringing the searchable ledger to a total of 1,132 proven instances of election fraud. That includes 983 cases that ended in a criminal conviction, 48 that led to civil penalties, 79 where defendants were enrolled in a diversion program, and 22 cases of official or judicial findings of fraud....

    Kevin Williams (aka, Kunlay Sodipo)

    Kevin Williams, a Nigerian citizen and an illegal immigrant, voted illegally in both the 2012 and 2016 elections in St. Louis, Missouri. He also committed tax refund fraud to the tune of $12 million, employing a scheme using stolen IDs from public school employees, among other nefarious actions.

    Williams had been deported in 1995 but illegally re-entered the United States in 1999. He pleaded guilty in 2017 and was sentenced to six and a half years (78 months) in prison for voting fraudulently, as well as other crimes including mail fraud, aggravated identity theft, and illegally re-entering the United States.

    In addition to his prison sentence, he was ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $889,712 to the Internal Revenue Service, and he faces deportation.

    Miguel Valencia-Sandoval

    Miguel Valencia-Sandoval, an illegal immigrant from Mexico, admitted that he paid $50,000 in March 2005 for the birth certificate of a Texas man, Ramiro Guerrero-Vasquez. Using that stolen identity, he resided in Champaign County, Illinois, for the past 11 years.

    His false identity was discovered when he applied for a U.S. passport in 2012 and made a false statement claiming U.S. citizenship on the application. Further investigation revealed he also made a false claim of citizenship on a voter registration application and voted in elections in 2012, 2014, and 2016.

    Valencia-Sandoval pleaded guilty in 2017 to five counts, four of which relate to voting while not a citizen. After spending a year in jail following his apprehension for trying to illegally re-enter the United States, he was sentenced to time served in January 2018. Afterward he will be deported back to Mexico.

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    Number of noncitzens registered to vote in Pa. may be far below 100,000



    Philadelphia City Commissioner Al Schmidt says he can’t offer an opinion about how complete the list of 7,702 voters is, since Pennsylvania Department of State officials haven’t described how it was generated. (File photo)

    State officials have sent letters to 7,702 registered voters in Pennsylvania whom they have reason to believe may not be citizens and, thus, ineligible to vote.

    The number is far below the 100,000 noncitizens that Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott Wagner was citing weeks ago, referring to stories in the Washington Examiner.

    The issue grew out of a glitch in the state Department of Transportation’s implementation of the national motor-voter law.

    For more than 20 years, people getting drivers licenses were offered the chance to register to vote, even if they’d just answered a question indicating they weren’t citizens.

    The problem was fixed last year after Philadelphia City Commissioner Al Schmidt raised the issue, but no one knew how many noncitizens had illegally — and probably inadvertently — registered.

    Schmidt said officials of the Pennsylvania Department of State, which oversees elections, indicated in meetings with him and his staff that an initial data match showed the number could be as many as 100,000.

    Department of State officials have said they don’t regard that number as credible, but they’ve declined to say whether the 100,000 figure was used in a meeting with Schmidt’s staff.

    Late Friday afternoon, the department said in a statement that “an intense data analysis and process” had yielded “a responsible list” of registered voters “whose citizenship status merits further due diligence.”

    The 7,702 voters on the list were sent a letter clarifying the qualifications for registering to vote and suggesting that anyone not meeting the qualifications contact the county election office.
    Department spokeswoman Wanda Murren said she was unable to offer any further information about the analysis that produced the list.

    Schmidt said in a telephone interview that the letters are a positive step, noting that he suggested doing just that when he identified the problem last year.
    He said he can’t offer an opinion about how complete the list of 7,702 voters is, since Department of State officials haven’t described how it was generated.

    Schmidt also said the mailing is too late to prevent registered noncitizens from voting in the May 15 primary election.

    He noted that if noncitizens mistakenly cast a vote, they can jeopardize their chances to become citizens.

    And, he said, allowing noncitizens to vote can undermine the integrity of the election.
    “You might think that 8,000 people is not a big number,” Schmidt said. “But we just had a congressional race in Western Pennsylvania a few weeks ago that was decided by a couple hundred votes.“

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