Democrats have for at least a decade claimed that there is no such thing as voter fraud in the United States. Of course, every year after Election Day we seem to have at least a dozen Democrats arrested for vote fraud across the nation but… well, let’s ignore that little truth, shall we? But that aside, here we see a new report that says that 270 Democrats voted in Nassau County’s 2012 general election, despite that they are quite dead.
As Newsday reports:
Evelyn E. Burwell’s family was surprised to learn she voted in the 2012 general and primary elections. They knew she was an avid voter, but she’s been dead since 1997.
Burwell is one of about 6,100 deceased people still registered to vote in Nassau County, a Newsday computer analysis shows. The former Wantagh resident, who died at age 74, is also among roughly 270 people that records show voted in Nassau County after dying, a group that includes a man who voted 14 times since his death.
Newsday’s analysis of voter registration and U.S. Social Security Administration death records found more deceased registered voters in Nassau County than any other New York county, accounting for nearly a quarter of the 26,500 on the rolls statewide. Suffolk County has about 2,490 deceased people registered to vote, with roughly 50 listed as voting after their death.
The article tries to claim it isn’t direct voter fraud, but does say this, “the sloppy condition of the local voter rolls does suggest that election officials are not utilizing all available methods to maintain a clean list.”
But every time Republicans propose that the voter rolls be cleaned, Democrats claim it is “voter suppression.” A BS charge if there ever was one.