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Saturday, July 08, 2017

Trump has people unregistering to vote

Democrats both inside the media and out repeatedly lie about illegal aliens and other non-citizens voting in our elections. But now in Colorado -- a state Democrats magically flipped in 2008 -- voters are begging to have their names taken off the registrar, for fear of being caught voting illegally.

Some include, you guessed it, illegal aliens.
From Denver Channel 7 ABC:
At least two Colorado county clerks say they’ve seen a large increase in the number of people who have withdrawn their state voter registration since Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams said he would send the Trump administration’s election integrity commission some voter-roll information in accordance with state law.
Alton Dillard, a spokesperson for the Denver Elections Division, said 180 people have withdrawn their registration in the county since July 3. When compared to the eight people who withdrew their registration from June 26-29, it marks a 2,150 percent increase, according to Dillard.
Haley McKean, a spokeswoman with the Arapahoe County Clerk and Recorders Office said at least 160 people had withdrawn their registrations since July 1. She added that “dozens” of others had made their voter registration confidential.
Also from the story:
Williams was asked at a Wednesday news conference if he had concerns about the true motives of the commission.
“Are there some on the commission who have a particular thing they are more concerned about than others? I suspect that’s probably true,” Williams said. “But again, Colorado’s response is based on the requirements of Colorado law and not the assessment of the purity of motives of anybody.”
When asked at that same news conference if he knew of Coloradans who were withdrawing their registration, Williams said he’d only heard of other reports from other states.
“I am aware based on third hand reports I’ve had, or second hand reports, that there are a few instances that someone has done that,” Williams said. “I’d remind you that in Colorado actually there is a confidential voter program, so that’s not necessary for folks to mess with.”
And he added that he couldn’t pick and choose when to adhere to state public records laws, as it would create a slippery slope for future public records cases. “Colorado law does not permit the secretary of state, county election officials or anyone else to say, ‘I’m only going to give it to the people I like,’ or, ‘I’m only going to give it to my friends,’ or, ‘I’m only going to give it to the people in my party.’ That is not a provision of Colorado law, nor do you want to put such a provision in place where only favored people can receive that information,” Williams said.
Your right to vote should not be canceled by an illegal alien, non-citizen, or felon.

Each state should pass voter ID rules that work the same as buying a pack of smokes.



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7 comments:

  1. Can I guess why there are people in Colorado removing their voter registration? Hmmm?

    Is breaking the law by registering to vote, and voting, a deportable offense for an illegal alien? There were thousands of illegals doing that in Virginia, so where are the prosecutions Mr. Attorney General of the United States?

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  2. They can ask to be cancelled off the current rolls but they cannot be retroactively stuck to hide a crime. This is the level of their thinking which is like a one year old baby thinking they disappear in peek a boo. Also many of these states self righteously refusing to provide PUBLIC RECORDS to Trump's voter commission sell this same data to corporations and political campaigns for big bucks. There is nothing confidential about anything in a voter registration roll.
    Elliott

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  3. Refusing to supply voter registrations would lead the suspicious to expect chicanery and illegality.

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    1. True. However, there are state laws. The federal government does not get any more information than I do -- and it has to pay for it as I would.

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  4. I don't know how the Trump campaign "poll watchers" worked out in other states or any other FL county, but I can tell you from first hand experience that the Democrat line people at my precinct didn't appreciate us being there at all. Not one bit.

    The DOJ and voter ID is turning around now (see TX) and that's a big start.

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  5. At this point it is arguably clear that Trump won the popular vote as well as the electoral vote.

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