Would this make You think about Voter Fraud?

Eariler today I was in my Sister's house. My Mom, who has been deceased for 4 years, lived in the house where my Sister lives. My Mom who was a registered Democrat and living in New York. The phone rings I answer it and its some volunteer worker for a politician is on the phone asking for my Mom for her vote. I got so upset and said that she was deceased and is this some kind of scam to use her to vote for their candidate. The  volunteer worker  got quiet for a couple of minutes then said I will have her removed from the calling list. Now what get me my Mom has been removed 3 years ago from voting register and her name does not appear in the actual list at the voting location. Just where did he get her name if its been removed? Makes me wonder about the "dead people who come out to vote in elections"??

 

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First off, a call list is not a voting register.

Secondly, In order for it to be a fraudulent vote. Someone would have to actually show up and vote.

Hay. You think I'm crazy? You should hear the voices in my head. Those people have issues.

No matter who is elected it's still going to be a stinky economy so lighten up.

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