View Poll Results: What should be done to cut down to help prevent voter fraud?

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  • In person voting(unless you are bed ridden).

    12 38.71%
  • Voter ID/registration required to be shown to vote

    12 38.71%
  • ID/driver's license required to be shown to vote

    19 61.29%
  • ID/driver's license to register to vote.

    16 51.61%
  • Voter ID/registration card with a photo of the voter.

    12 38.71%
  • In person to register to vote.

    9 29.03%
  • S.S. card to register to vote.

    6 19.35%
  • Birth certificate or naturalization document to register to vote.

    13 41.94%
  • Proof of address to register to vote.

    12 38.71%
  • other

    9 29.03%
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Thread: What should be done to cut down to help prevent voter fraud?

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    Re: What should be done to cut down or help prevent voter fraud?

    I think we need well defined rules and horribly strict penalties. I think people who vote more than once should spend the entire term of the candidate they voted for in jail. I think voting machine providers whose machines don't work should be fired and have to repay whatever they got for their machines. People who show up at the polls in military outfits with nightsticks and intimidate voters should actually be prosecuted by our above-the-law attorney general.

    If someone comes in, like the guy next to me at the polls in 2008, and asks the poll worker to help him find "the candidate with the 'O' in his name" and then asks what the rest of the ballot is for, she should say "I'm sorry, I can't help you with that. All I can tell you is how to completely fill in a bubble, to only fill in one bubble per race, and where to bring the ballot when you are done. If you don't know the actual name of the candidate you have been sent in here to vote for, you are out of luck."
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    Re: What should be done to cut down or help prevent voter fraud?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hoplite View Post
    Dont suppose we could see some sources?
    If it were true, then there would be convictions or trials. Where are they documentm?

    Republicans/conservative bring up issue of voter fraud because it has the tendancy to supress the vote of low income people.

    Here is what Paul Weyrich had to say 30 years ago:



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    Re: What should be done to cut down or help prevent voter fraud?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hoplite View Post
    So, no you cant give sources. Shocker
    I did-not one you can find out right away

    here is Joe Deters number-feel free to call him

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    Re: What should be done to cut down or help prevent voter fraud?

    Quote Originally Posted by pbrauer View Post
    If it were true, then there would be convictions or trials. Where are they documentm?

    Republicans/conservative bring up issue of voter fraud because it has the tendancy to supress the vote of low income people.

    Here is what Paul Weyrich had to say 30 years ago:

    yeah requiring a valid ID does suppress the vote of those who are not engaging in honest voting

    and yes, most of those who are recruited by the dems to engage in vote fraud aren't wealthy



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    Re: What should be done to cut down or help prevent voter fraud?

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    I did-not one you can find out right away
    You gave me a story that is uncheckable. That makes it worthless as far as an exchange goes.

    Find sources or clear the field for people who know what they're doing.
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    Re: What should be done to cut down or help prevent voter fraud?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hoplite View Post
    You gave me a story that is uncheckable. That makes it worthless as far as an exchange goes.

    Find sources or clear the field for people who know what they're doing.
    I post what I know was said

    If you don't like it, too bad. I find it funny that you claim I don't know what i am doing



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    Re: What should be done to cut down or help prevent voter fraud?

    Quote Originally Posted by Goobieman View Post
    It comes up every time a Dem loses an election.
    Amazing how those same people oppose ID to vote and other solutions and claim that it is to disenfranchise the poor. What poor person does not have ID? You need a ID for a lot of stuff. Unless someone is a lifer in prison then there is no reason they should not have a ID.
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    Re: What should be done to cut down or help prevent voter fraud?

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    Amazing how those same people oppose ID to vote and other solutions and claim that it is to disenfranchise the poor. What poor person does not have ID? You need a ID for a lot of stuff. Unless someone is a lifer in prison then there is no reason they should not have a ID.
    No kidding. How many people cannot afford the <$10 (every 4 years) for a state ID?

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    Re: What should be done to cut down or help prevent voter fraud?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hoplite View Post
    No, no it isnt.
    Not being in charge of Democratic strategy or even a Democrat, I dont know.
    Nice sidestep. :thumbsup:

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    Re: What should be done to cut down or help prevent voter fraud?

    Quote Originally Posted by pbrauer View Post
    If you live in more than one place or move you can be registered and vote in several plzces, that's voter fraud.
    Only if you vote more than once.

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