Egregious Vote Fraud in Maine

February 16th, 2012

Update: Busted—Maine GOP Allegedly Recounting Caucus Votes

Via: Politico:

The Maine Republican Party, under fire from Ron Paul supporters for its mishandling of the state’s recent caucuses, is now re-canvassing counties and municipalities to recount vote totals.

POLITICO obtained an email from the State Republican Party asking local chairmen to send them the vote totals from their local straw polls.

“County Chairman & Town Chairman,” an email written by a state Republican Party staffer reads. “We are reconfirming the totals from the Presidential Preference Straw poll. Can you please EMAIL ME the totals from your towns. For County Chairman if you are emailing the total for your entire county can you please list the towns that are included.”

—End Update—

Via: The Rachel Maddow Show:

5 Responses to “Egregious Vote Fraud in Maine”

  1. brandon Says:

    The youtube video is censoring the view count.. Lol, I was watching it this morning and had auto update comments on. The comments were streaming more than a couple a second. Video now only shows like 400 views. Jeeze. I saw more that 400 comments just while I was watching it.

  2. LykeX Says:

    That’s a novel approach to democracy. Never mind tampering with the votes, let’s just ignore them completely.
    People get to cast their vote and go through all the ceremony of democracy, but at the end of the day, we’re just not gonna count the votes at all.

  3. savethepopulation Says:

    You forgot to post “related”:

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/.....arly-again

    I showed the Onion episode some weeks ago to my classes…and then the Maddow segment. Amazing and ridiculous at the same time.

  4. prov6yahoo Says:

    I have heard that there is a lot of evidence that they just throw away the overseas troops’ votes.

  5. MBerger47 Says:

    Given that the Bill of rights has been gutted, this is no surprise. Votes counted? Why in the world do we need to do that? We know who we want to be the nominee – Mitt Romney, of course! We don’t need to ask common people who they want as the nominee.

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