Keeping the muzzle pointed in a safe direction since 2008
Personally I think that number is low...
I would believe a number closer to 5% myself.
My grandfather died in 1959 and is still a registered voter in Cook County.
I'm sure in some areas it's well over 10%.
Sounds about right. In some races, that is plenty to decide the outcome. In races that are more than 2% difference, they don't bother with fraud.It is also worth pointing out that voter fraud is predominantly a tool of only one party.
I got a sample ballot for the dead guy that used to own my home. So he is still registered, 3 years later. If I were a Democrat, I would have voted twice.
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