Let’s Talk About Voter Fraud – Part II (Ohio)

FraudThis is the second article in a series on 2012 Voter Fraud and a companion piece to Garnet’s excellent post, titled “How the RNC Has Screwed Us All”, which describes the RNC’s inability to protest voter fraud committed by the Democrats.

Today’s focus is on Ohio.  None of this information is new but it deserves revisiting as it demonstrates how bad the voter fraud really is despite the left’s claim that there isn’t any.

Below are a number of articles that highlight the obvious fraud that took place in Ohio:

Excerpt from Fox News:

Fox News has received several complaints from voters who say they voted on touch-screen voting machines — only when they tried to select Mitt Romney, the machine indicated they had chosen President Obama. The voters in question realized the error and were able to cast ballots for their actual choice.

“I don’t know if it happened to anybody else or not, but this is the first time in all the years that we voted that this has ever happened to me,” said Marion, Ohio, voter Joan Stevens.

Stevens said that when she voted, it took her three tries before the machine accepted her choice to vote for Romney.


Excerpt for The American Dream:

Barack Obama received more than 99% of the vote in more than 100 precincts in Cuyahoga County, Ohio on election day.  In fact, there were a substantial number of precincts where Mitt Romney got exactly zero votes.

So how in the world did this happen?  Third world dictators don’t even get 99% of the vote.  Overall, Mitt Romney received 30.12% of the vote in Cuyahoga County.  There were even a bunch of precincts in Cuyahoga County that Romney actually won.  But everyone certainly expected that Cuyahoga County would be Obama territory.  And in most of the precincts that is exactly what we saw – large numbers of votes for both candidates but a definite edge for Obama.

However, there are more than 100 precincts in Cuyahoga County where the voting results can only be described as truly bizarre.  Yes, we always knew that urban areas would lean very heavily toward Obama, but are we actually expected to believe that Obama got over 99% of the votes in those areas?

In more than 50 different precincts, Romney received 2 votes or less.  Considering how important the swing state of Ohio was to the national election, one would think that such improbable results would get the attention of somebody out there.  Could we be looking at evidence of election fraud hidden in plain sight?

The article continues:

Unfortunately, we may never know the truth about these election results.  We are just told that we can trust the voting machines and that we can trust whatever results they end up spitting out at us.

Look, I don’t know what the truth is, but where there is smoke there is usually fire.  Voters reported tens of thousands of voting problems on election day, and it will be an absolute disgrace if those complaints are brushed under the rug now that the election is over.

Setting aside who won or who lost, the legitimacy of our elections if of the utmost importance.  If we cannot even trust the ballot box, what do we have left?

Wood County, Ohio (which Obama won) has a voting age population of 98,213, but somehow 106,258 voters were registered to vote on election day.

In Ohio, two election judges were caught allowing unregistered voters to cast ballots.

Many Ohio voters that showed up at the polls on election day were surprised when they were informed that they had already voted.

In fact, there were reports all over the nation of people being unable to vote because records showed that they had already voted.

Democrats would like us to believe that there are no significant voter irregularities despite evidence to the contrary.  Of course they do, they have become masters at voter fraud.

All of this ties right back to the 1982 Consent Decree where the RNC is unable to challenge voter fraud.  This is not just a republican problem.  This fraud undermines everyone’s basic right of voting.

~ Hardnox

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PS. Stay tuned for Part III (Colorado) which Mrs. AL is presently researching.

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30 Responses to Let’s Talk About Voter Fraud – Part II (Ohio)

  1. The liberals cheat and lie to get their way, that of all things, should be no surprise. But this is on a grand scale, and especially on such an important election. But this should also tell us that if they are resorting to cheating to win, that means that they are also losing support.

    • Hardnox says:

      Excellent point FP.

      As with all things Left, none of their ideas are worthy of consideration since they defy logic, so they must cheat. It is no different than passing bills that no one reads then later to find out what is in it.

      Without exception, every lefty program in the history of this nation has turned to crap.

      • Socialism has to be without a doubt, one of those things that looked so promising when it came out, (I lack analogies) then it ended in dismal failure. What’s even more of a failure, people still believe it could still somehow be better than free trade capitalism, even though it’s never worked once since it’s inception, which was over 150 years ago.

  2. CW says:

    Where is John Kasich??? Where are the republicans from these districts to DEMAND that the county or state investigate???

    It should be very easy to determine if fraud was committed. You simply take a phone poll of voters in those districts where Romney supposedly got no votes and if people say they voted for Romney – there’s your proof right there. There’s something more to this whole thing because it makes absolutely no sense that the people of these districts are tolerating this. Even if the GOP can’t challenge the results there’s nothing that prevents the governor or individual citizens from doing so.

    • Hardnox says:

      You are quite right. After the initial outrage after the election the issue usually gets drowned out or tied up in legal challenges. Then, if by miracle a new law gets passed that strengthens voter integrity, the DoJ slams them with a suit or the Courts render the laws illegal or some such twaddle.

  3. Clyde says:

    Good series. However you slice it, blame has to go to the French Republicans for EVER agreeing to this nonsense to begin with. We KNOW the goddamn democrats are NEVER below fraud, deception, lying, what have you, but even THEY are not STUPID enough to tie their hands this way. The republicans just need to follow the Obama Approach to obeying laws, agreements, whatever. Don’t like it ? DON’T FOLLOW IT. So simple, even a RINO can understand it.

  4. Kathy says:

    You make a good point, ‘Nox, in that it affects more than just the R’s – the votes cast by the Independents, Libertarians, etc didn’t count either.

    Not to sound Pollyannaish, but there has to be a way to fix this. Hopefully by sharing this, someone with some clout will see it and find a new approach.

    On a side note, knowledge of this decree would explain Romney’s near mute silence after he lost.

    • Hardnox says:

      Thanks. If votes don’t count then what’s the point? Independents, Libertarians, even D’s can snicker all they want but this usurps their rights as well.

      It is our hope that this series will be a repository for this information since it is not at any one place on the web. Information and knowledge is power.

      Your point about Romney’s silence is the same that I have. No other explanation makes sense.

  5. Mrs AL says:

    The drum beat by the DNC, et al that there is little to no voter fraud is ringing hollow to a whole lot of our fellow citizens. Let’s hope our fellow citizens will continue to take notice and decide that their vote should not only be counted, but that it is supposed to mean something!

    Great post, Hardnox.

    • Hardnox says:

      Thanks. Few people know about this information. I hope it gives people the ammunition to actually do something about this. It can be corrected at the state levels.

  6. vonmesser says:

    Are you going to do an article on the voting in Washington State in 2004? Christine Gregoire lost to Dino Rossi. She lost again in the recount. The state labor union AFSCME gave her $450,000 to buy another recount which she won by 129 votes. Since the Republicans re not a big-money group (and lack balls) she took over as governor. Washington State has not had a Republican governor since Democrat Booth gardener took office in January 1985. Same problem shows up in senator elections, every time the (R) gets ahead new votes are “found” in King County/Seattle to bring the (D) into the lead.

    • Yeah, that would be an interesting article to read, considering I myself live in Washington and I helped support Dino Rossi. The recount thing was nothing but bull.

    • Hardnox says:

      We hadn’t planned on going back that far with our research. Our focus has been primarily 2012 and some from 2010.

      However, what you describe is interesting. If you would be so kind, please email me anything that you might have.

  7. upaces88 says:

    “RNC’s inability to protest voter fraud committed by the Democrats….”
    This NEEDS TO (*^#%&*( STOP!!

    It means that our votes mean NADDA!!!
    Romney DID win and he stated, (paraphrase: “It was out of my control.”

    “Romney said that he wished that he could “turn back the clock” and attempt to run the 2012 campaign all over again, but that was outside his control.”


  8. I.R. Wayright says:

    There is an easy way to get around the “no investigation of voter fraud” restriction on the RNC. Get rid of the GOP and start a new party. It’s overdue anyway.

    • upaces88 says:

      During the last caucus, that is EXACTLY why Sarah Palin, Michelle Bachman and Newt Gingrich wanted to declare.
      However! This is was the FIRST time in history that they took the votes by phone. They “said” they were “sceered” of the upcoming storm; AND, the OWS…you know those kids that live in Mom’s basement that were protesting (paid by Soros).

      They knew they were coming to capture the “soft vote” due to Ron Paul’s efforts to release RNC to vote their conscience vs. being TOLD who to vote for.

      The cars were deliberately blocked from being able to get near the building.

    • Hardnox says:

      Agreed. We opine about that often here. It’s an enormously monumental task to create the infrastructure of a new party. Plus, we might as well coronate the Hildabeast right now. The only way I see it happening is if Conservatives in both Houses finally say eff it and walk out and join a 3rd party. Is it doable? Yup. Remember that a 3rd party has only given us Ron Paul after many decades, and paul ran as a republican.

      It’s not as easy now as it was back in 1860. Most states have laws that restrict 3rd parties. Nothing illegal, just a major pain and very expensive.

    • Or we could just reform the GOP along it’s conservative roots. But since both ways are near impossible, if I had to choose between the two, I’d rather reform the GOP.

  9. tannngl says:

    And a Dem judge just found our Voter ID law unconstitutional.
    We’ll have more voting fraud in Pa.

  10. white531 says:

    There is simply so much information out there, and we touch on so little of it. We really do. Please don’t mistake my comment. I know all of you have genuine sentiments on saving what is left of this country. We all do. We just have different ways of going about it

    Myself, I am here so infrequently, that I can’t claim that I am a part of the conversation. But if I were part of the conversation, I would say this. We are simply losing this country. We are losing it, because the American people no longer care about such things as Freedom. I’m sorry, but they simply don’t. They want free stuff.

    The reason is quite simple. These are not Jefferson Americans, or Madison Americans, or even Franklin Americans. What we are currently faced with, on the broad scale, is Obama Americans.

    So, what is the difference? Part of the difference is that you can either answer that question yourself, or I have to answer it for you. If the latter, then you are part of the problem.

    I am one of those people you don’t want to read. You don’t want to listen to my words. Because I never lie to you. I always tell you exactly what I think. I always tell you the truth, as I see it. Truth is, we are losing this country.

    • Hardnox says:

      No one really wants to hear the truth anymore. We have two choices… take it and shut up, or fight. All of us here choose the latter. None of us will live on bended knee.

      It is our firm hope that we may effect a modicum of change. We serve as a reminder to those that haven’t lost faith in this country. Also, we serve as a clarion to those that search for the truth with the hope that we may educate. We are resolute in our mission.

      In the end, even if we lose, at least we will have the satisfaction of knowing that we tired.

      Robert E. Lee once said “”Do your duty in all things. You cannot do more. You should never wish to do less.”

      • white531 says:

        I could not express myself better, than you just did. One of the reasons I think I could not find myself in a better place, at this point in time. I like this place. I like the people who inhabit it. Have you ever been in an English pub? I have.

        It is a place where people gather at the end of the day, and down a few pints and talk about what happened. I believe that is something that is in the nature of all of us.

        We may not all agree about what happened today, but regardless, we damned sure want to talk about it. If its all the same to you, let’s keep doing it.

        • upaces88 says:

          I was just a minute ago telling a friend that I didn’t know about the “permission” by the RNC to all fraud (for the most part).
          All of this has been a scam on all of us….making a cruelty joke to vote!

        • upaces88 says:

          This is just an excerpt. You WILL want to read it:
          MONDAY, MAY 3, 2010
          ACORN’s Attorneys Stole $450,000 From Missouri Taxpayers
          In July 2005, the United States Justice Department began investigating Missouri for non-compliance under the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 (NVRA). Justice was not investigating for failure to register voters; rather the problem was too many voters. About 1/3 of Missouri’s counties had registered voters that exceeded the number of eligible voters. One county’s ratio was upwards of 150%. Justice found that the Missouri Secretary of State (SoS) failed to conduct a general program that made reasonable efforts to clean the voter rolls, and filed a lawsuit.

          Continue Reading:

        • Hardnox says:

          Thanks. That’s why we are here, and we’ll keep doing it.

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