Urbin Report

Sunday, June 08, 2008

Connecticut emulates Chicago

Chicago, long under democrat domination, is known as the place where the dead vote early and often.

According to this story, Connecticut is trying to emulate the corruption at the Windy City.

Journalism professor Marcel Dufresne, at the University of Connecticut, led a class investigation into dead voters and said his group of 11 students discovered 8,558 deceased people who were still registered on Connecticut’s voter rolls. They discovered more than 300 of them appeared somehow to have cast ballots after they died.

“We have one person who appeared to have voted 17 times since he died,” Dufresne said.

Dufresne said there is no evidence of any election fraud, but the number of dead voters “shows the system is vulnerable and it shows that people who are clever and have a little cooperation in the town level, you could use this and get people to vote for people who died.”


Actually, the fact that live people are voting using the names of dead people who are still on the registered voter polls is a clear indication of election fraud, as well as a clear violation of the civil rights of every legally registered live voter.

Of course, the state government is is full spin (i.e lying) mode:
Connecticut Secretary of State Susan Bysiewicz is adamant that “actually no dead people voted.”

“I want to be very clear about that,” she said, explaining that while votes were cast and counted in the names of the dead, “there was no voter fraud at all in the state of Connecticut.”


It is hardly surprising that Secretary Bysiewicz is a democrat. Obviously, the actual dead people didn't vote. Obviously live people illegally used the still active records of the dead people to commit voter fraud.
Why is democrat Secretary of State Susan Bysiewicz obviously lying? Probably because most of the live people committing voter fraud using the records of dead people are voting democrat.