Tuesday, April 11, 2017

11 states have counties with more registered voters than voting age adults. How would you guess all those extra people vote?

Judicial Watch Warns 11 States to Clean Voter Registration Lists or Face Federal Lawsuit.

“Dirty election rolls can mean dirty elections,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.  “These 11 states face possible Judicial Watch lawsuits unless they follow the law and take reasonable steps to clean up their voting rolls of dead, moved, and non-citizen voters.”
As part of its commitment to the enforcement of the NVRA, Judicial Watch struck a legal victory for clean voter rolls in Indiana, forcing the state to clean up its voter registration lists and overhaul its list-maintenance procedures. Judicial Watch also filed an amicus curiae brief in the U.S. Supreme Court in support of its existing agreement with Ohio to ensure that its voter rolls are up to date.
Definitely good news, but why does it take a private entity to sue the government to do what the law, and simple ethics, would require them to do on their own?


  1. Some places in Pennsylvania, entire counties vote Democrat. Not one R vote among them. Nobody questions it.

    1. Total fraud. Long hard jail time required for those responsible.

    2. Nothing to see here, Citizen. You're not RAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACIST or something like that, are you?

  2. The counties listed for Ky. are consistently and routinely investigated by the FBI for public corruption. Look up the "mountain Mafia" and realize that those were just the stupid ones that got caught.--Ray

  3. Indiana has Voter ID. No one votes there without proper ID. Why not concentrate on states without this regulation first?

  4. Kentucky has voter ID too. It does nothing when the ruling party's poll workers tell people "you cannot vote today" and refuse people entry even with proper ID and all registration in order because "you gonna vote wrong" far more common than you'd think even with voter ID. We have one of the most consistently corrupt state and local governments in America if not the world and no one seems to be all that interested in change.---Ray