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The dead voted in the New York congressional race – Dateway

Deaths would have voted in a congressional race too close to New York state, according to a county attorney involved in the case.

Representative Anthony Brindisi (D-NY) is just 12-13 votes ahead of Republican challenger Claudia Tenney in the latest vote count for the 22nd congressional seat in New York City. In question, however, there are hundreds of postal votes.

Tenney, the state reports, increased by about 27,000 votes before the mail-in votes for Brindisi were tallied and erased his lead. the New York Post reports Madison County attorney Tina Wayland-Smith said the votes of those who died were cast in the hotly contested race:

Madison County Attorney Tina Wayland-Smith reported that election officials disqualified mail-in ballots cast by three ‘deceased’ voters in a case with state Supreme Court Justice Scott Del Conte, who oversees the count in Oswego County. [Emphasis added]

This is a known problem with postal voting. It should be studiedSaid Doug Kellner, co-chair of the board, noting that it is a crime for someone to mail a ballot on behalf of a deceased person. [Emphasis added]

It’s election fraud. It’s a crime, ”he said. [Emphasis added]

A 2012 study by the Pew Center of state electoral initiatives found that there were 24 million inadmissible or inaccurate voter registrations on state voters lists. This means that one in eight voter registration is no longer valid or invalid.

The Arizona local news yesterday morning was saying that the final vote tally got Biden around 4,200 votes, but you check out various websites and they say it was over 10,000. It seems the media doesn’t. can’t count!



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