New Evidence Suggests Widespread Voter Fraud

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October 27, 2014 3:07pm PST

The Cooperative Congressional Election Study has just released evidence of voter fraud swinging close elections in favor of Democrats. The study reports that “more than 14 percent of non-citizens in both the 2008 and 2010 [election] samples indicated that they were registered to vote.” Approximately 6.4 percent of non-citizens voted in 2008 and 2.2 percent of non-citizens voted in 2010. These numbers may sound small, but they are theoretically enough to swing close elections.

The Conservative Tribune estimates that in the 2008 election, 700,000 fraudulent votes were cast. With 80 percent or more of illegal aliens voting for Democratic candidates, it’s easy to see how the Democrats took the Senate. These numbers are high enough to swing even large, popular elections.

“Nearly three quarters of the non-citizens who indicated they were asked to provide photo identification at the polls claimed to have subsequently voted,” the study indicated. This can mean only one thing: polling workers are looking the other way when it comes to proper identification.

With hard evidence of so many illegal voters, it makes no sense not to tighten voting regulations – unless, of course, you’re counting on illegal votes to get elected. Tell us how you feel about this report in the comments section.

(Read More: Bombshell: Illegal Voters Tip Election Scale in Favor of Democrats)

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