The Facts and Statistics on Voter Fraud in The 2012 Election
Voter Fraud is an issue at every election, voter fraud in 2012 is no different. Cases of voter fraud 2012 range from the connection between Tagg Romney and the voting machines in Ohio, Republicans throwing out Ballots and Republicans striking voters from the records. In 2001 Bush won the election by a narrow margin of 537 votes, if any voter fraud occurred on the Republican side, the election was a steal.
Preventing Voter Fraud in the 2012 Election
The best way to prevent voter fraud is to make noise. Once it happens it’s nearly impossible to repair. Americans and their Government have never gone after voter fraud post election because it would compromise our whole democracy and call into question the validity of the election process. So we need to fight voter fraud before it happens.
To prevent voter fraud in 2012 there are two things you can do:
• Make noise about voter fraud, talk to your friends, call in radio stations and post on blogs. Share facts with people and let them know that individual voter fraud is not an issue, while voter fraud by groups on a state level is.
• Get out there and vote. Electoral fraud occurs when the voting is close, in a landslide it is nearly impossible to effect.
Where Does Voter Fraud Occur in 2012
Its the same every year. The swing states, specifically districts where the voting is historically close between democrats and republicans. This is even more important in states that have the voter ID laws in place for 2012. Since voter ID effects Democrats disproportionately, its even more likely that these states and districts will be in danger of being victim to voter fraud.
Why Is This an Issue?
If voter fraud swings the election chances are it will swing the vote towards Mitt Romney. While Democrats have historically be accused of individual voter fraud Republicans have been accused of tampering with the votes. Individual voter fraud is about as common as a UFO sighting in the US while voter fraud on a larger scale is big issue. Protect American elections by getting out there and voting.