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    08-15-2017, 03:47 PM
    But ... but ... securing our borders
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    07-30-2017, 03:57 PM
    I wouldn't put too much credence in the accuracy of these results. They did, afterall, only say that "8,471 votes in 2016 were “highly likely” duplicates ... not that they were duplicates (and that's open to the bias of however you come down on the issue). All that I needed to produce when I registered to vote were (1) a utility bill in the voter’s name, and (2) mail postmarked to the voter ... and only one had to show the current address (current utility bill did that). I hadn't yet converted my driver's license to the new state of residence, so I didn't bother with that. They didn't take photocopies of the proof or even write down specific data. All they did was check off the boxes: (1) utility bill, and (2) postmarked mail. I forget whether I had to write down my date of birth on the form - but I didn't need to provide any proof if I did. I'm sure there's lots of people in the state with the same legal name; though the addresses aren't the same. I know of a father and son in the next town over from me who match my legal name. I could have been challenged when I registered; in which case I would have been required to provide additional proof. But I was an old white guy of obvious voting age and no hint of being a non-citizen - so I wasn't challenged. I didn't need to provide my SSN when I registered - so, again, I'd say that I'd need more details before I could buy into the premise. I'm not saying that election fraud wasn't committed; but what I am saying is that the data shown doesn't support the conclusion of "New Report Exposes Thousands of Illegal Votes from 2016 Election".
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    07-28-2017, 02:44 PM
    The question is at the top of the cover ... the answer is at the bottom of the cover ... I can't figure out why it was necessary to include any other pages at all.
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