Do you believe in America?

In St. Lucie County, Florida, the 175,554 registered somehow managed to cast 247,713 ballots. That’s a voter turnout of 141.10%.  And it is only ONE example of the rampant fraud that marked the 2012 election.

So here’s a question for Democrats:

  • Do you believe in America and in protection of the rights of every citizen under the law?
  • Or do you believe in getting your candidates elected by hook or by crook?
  • If you are the former, you should join us in demanding a recount.
  • If you are the latter, please forget you were ever my countryman.

Petition to recount the 2012 election

http://www.petition2congress.com/8222/petition-recount-on-2012-presidential-election/

Source:
Full Satement of Votes Cast in ST. LUCIE COUNTY 2012 General Election November 6, 2012
http://www.slcelections.com/Pdf%20Docs/2012%20General/GEMS%20SOVC%20REPORT.pdf

UPDATE: Graphic added by CtH Nov 12 in re: comments about cards and ballots.

6 Comments

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6 responses to “Do you believe in America?

  1. anonymous

    What is in question the definition of “cards” versus ballots.

    Florida is already addressing their errors, their focus is mostly on the local race errors(The officials said Saturday that West lost by 2,442 votes, but the first-term congressman is still refusing to concede). The Presidential race did not seem to be in question.

    What is in question the definition of “cards” versus ballots.

    “However, according to the SOE there were 247,713 or 141.10% of cards cast. A valid question is what happened to the other 58.9% of cards cast? The SOE will be recounting ballots on November 13th and is required to submit her certification of the election on November 15th.”

    “state law calls for a recount only in races decided by 0.5 percent or less”

    What is in question the definition of “cards” versus ballots.

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    • Auntie Lib

      According to the information I’ve read, each ballot consisted of two pages, or cards. If people didn’t vote on the second card it wasn’t counted, so the reported numbers of cards does not equate to more ballots than registered voters.

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      • anonymous

        Florida acknowledged that had problems with the memory card readers and that it may account for the second page not being recored correctly.

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  2. anonymous

    Directly from the site: http://www.slcelections.com/

    ” note* – turnout percentages will show over 100% due to a two page ballot. the tabulation system (GEMS) provides voter turnout as equal to the total cards cast in the election divided by the number of registered voters. also note that some voters chose not to return by mail the second card containing the amendments.”

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    • chrissythehyphenated

      IMHO, a completely lunatic way to count voter turnout and it sounds like Democrat bs to me, esp since web page is by Gertrude Walker, the woman Allen West says is either incompetent or corrupt.

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      • anonymous

        I agree with incompetent, except I’m not sure we blame the lowly supervisor, maybe the person that selected and approved the software should step into the light so they can take their applaud. Again, It’s sad as nation of technology we have a voting system with much less sophistication then your average video game.

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