Graveyard Vote Already Out In Colorado, Civil War Survivors Voting In N.C.

A CBS4 investigation has found multiple cases of dead men and women voting in Colorado months and in some cases years after their deaths, a revelation that calls into question safeguards designed to prevent such occurrences.

“We do believe there were several instances of potential vote fraud that occurred,” said Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams after reviewing the CBS4 findings. “It shows there is the potential for fraud.”

The cases of dead men and women casting ballots ranged from El Paso County in southern Colorado to Denver and Jefferson County. CBS4 discovered the fraudulent voting by comparing databases of voting histories in Colorado against a federal death database.

—CBS 4

I don’t know if any of Colorado’s recent election outcomes are close enough to be affected by just this.  The 2014 7th district had a margin of less than 28,000 votes between the candidates on low turnout ( 2014 Colorado house results  ), but this begs the question is this all of the fraud ?

North Carolina has a similar problem with people who were alive during the Civil War still voting

So far in early voting 110 year olds have  made a pretty good showing; 2214 of them have voted either by mail or at a one-stop site (214 by mail and 2,000 at early voting sites).  There are 1,420 Democrats in this group, 717 Republicans and 77 Unaffiliated voters.

And just in case you thought 110 was pretty old, Gaston County data shows that  a 154 year old voter has cast a ballot and Granville County’s data reflects a voter who is 160 years old.— Civitas Review Online

Even if the amount of voter fraud isn’t enough to affect the actual outcome, the indisputable presence of voter fraud and one party’s tireless efforts to resist any attempt to reform the system, calls into the question the legitimacy of our election process.