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Election Fraud

February 3rd, 2006

Boy, it just doesn’t get more telling than this. How much more could you ask for to show the GOP as the party of election fraud when their own in-house first vote for Majority leader garnered more ballots than there were voters? Roll Call Via DKos.

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  1. JHL
    February 6th, 2006 at 12:24 | #1

    There is no fraud or conspiracy to commit fraud here. It was a simple clerical error that left out Puerto Rico (Fortuno). They are allowed to makei mistakes, I assume.


    “As of 1:15 p.m., House GOPers were holding a second vote on the first ballot in the majority leader election. A first vote was thrown out because they had neglected to count the vote of Puerto Rico Del. Luis Fortuno, who doesn’t have a House floor vote but is eligible to vote in leadership elections.”

  2. Luis
    February 6th, 2006 at 16:30 | #2

    Actually, I haven’t seen any mainstream press reports that mirror either claim. I have, however, seen a CNN report that did confirm the more-votes-than-voters claim.

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