If We Can Save Just One Vote

by: the Common Constitutionalist:

With the midterms less than a week away, we are being bombarded with campaign ads. The radio, TV, Internet – they’re everywhere.

We are also being deluged with stories of campaign fraud. Yesterday I wrote of Colorado’s new all mail balloting and the potential for massive fraud in that state.

But in fact the fraud doesn’t need to be widespread or massive for Democrat hacks to claim victory. The Wall Street Journal reported that, “In 2014, 16 local races in Ohio were decided by one vote or through breaking a tie. In 2013, 35 local races in Ohio were that close,” and the Obama rubberstamp, Al Franken, won his Senate seat by 312 votes.

Many local, state and even national races are often decided by 500 votes were less. Various types of Democrat fraud could more than tip the scales.

The Journal also reported that, “A Mississippi grand jury indicted seven individuals for voter fraud in the 2013 Hattiesburg mayoral contest, which featured voting by ineligible felons and impersonation fraud. A woman in Polk County Tennessee was indicted on a charge of vote buying – a practice that the local district attorney said had too long ‘been accepted as part of life’ there.” read more

Current Republican Delegate Count

Methodology: Delegate numbers for each state are after the application of penalties and include unpledged delegates. In some states where actual delegates are assigned by multi-step procedures, the AP uses results from local caucuses to calculate the number of national delegates each candidate will win. The AP interviews unpledged delegates to determine their preferences and includes them in the total.

Attribution: AP, Wallstreet Journal