again read the OP's link you will be enlightened.You claim there are "lots of reasons" but offer but one weak explanation and then write it off because Romney won.
no it is not....it is a common thing to have people on the active registry...which means there has been nothing to suggest they should be taken off, then actually exist. People move, die, etc and the government doesn't remove them from the role even if they registered in their new place.I would have thought voter fraud is voter fraud, and this is voter fraud,
Unless there is evidence that someone voted under both registries then it is not voter fraud.
sorry by not reading the link you didn't even get on the ice.Period, the puck is in the net
well we would arrest the people involve....but since it didn't happen I am not worried about it.And if it could be proven what could we do about it ?
Since Republican wins are all real but Democrats who win are cheaters..........Makes wonder if we're going to be surprised in 2014 when by some "miracle ' the Dems keep the Senate and take back the House
I am worried that someone with such a conspiracy mind has a vote that counts the same as mine. You sound like all those people on that ancient aliens show.
Two of these explanations are opinion, one is hearsay. No facts were presented in these explanations; no proof.
He says he heard of instances where residents were suspicious of census takers and wouldn’t answer their questions.Don Milligan, president of the Alabama Association of the Boards of Registrars, also believes that census under-counting is a factor in some counties that have registration rates close to or exceeding 100 percent.The only fact is this, he then gave an example:Milligan said another possible factor is that people are not required to show any identification when they register to vote.
So why would an adult register more than once to vote?Chaney also said some voters are listed more than once on the rolls because of the voter registration mandates for some public agencies. The National Voter Registration Act of 1993 requires all public assistance offices to offer people a chance to register to vote.
For example, some people who are already registered to vote might register again when they go to apply for food stamps or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families.
To dumb to know you can only register once?
An illegal act by those who register voters?
All of the above?
4 Alabama counties have more active, registered voters than adult population | AL.com