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Veteran Advisor

Re: Mail ballots..what the serious H

Gov Phil Murphy says: "I'm pretty sure that we have a higher probability of being hit by lightning than we do uncovering voter fraud."

I would second that...Democrats are never going to uncover their voter frauds. Look at MN...they push it under the mat and go on...Nothing to see here, right?

Veteran Advisor

Re: Mail ballots..what the serious H

Just how dam dumb are you

Fools...yes thats what you are.

Im tired of hearing all the insane

Dribble you keep putting out 

Doing you really believe

All the stuff is making a difference.


You say mail in ballots are all

Wrong...a jewell was if you dont

Vote in person it is fraud....


First....alot of college kids vote

By mail....

What about those in nursing homes ?

Oh....what about those in the 

Military ?  Got to watch that


Question.....with alot of business

Being done by mail....why are

Shorting machines being

Removed ?   Why does

Trumo not want to fully

Fund the postal service.


If a man is so low to tamper

With the election operations

Why in gods name do we

Want him ?   Is he so worried

And parnoid that he is trying

To taint the smallest percentage

Of votes casted....


Im sorry for you if you cant

See the truth

Senior Contributor

Re: Mail ballots..what the serious H

(why are Shorting machines being Removed?)

Seems it is an internal USPS office decision made in July due to lower mail volume.  

(Why does Trumo not want to fully Fund the postal service.)

Trump and / or congress does not fund the USPS, they are self-funded.

Veteran Advisor

Re: Mail ballots..what the serious H

if you are so poorly informed that you cannot grasp the distinction between absentee voting, where you are properly registered and where you request a ballot that is then tracked, and universal mail voting , where ballots are automatically sent out, then there is really no help for you.

Especially when you have states such as California sending out ballot requests to non-citizens already, as has been documented where they use motor vehicle registration data bases.

Maybe we should just have the UN vote on who our next American president should be? I imagine that would be just what some of the rancid fruitloops want. I agree with my president on this one, and for those that don't, you can go pound sand.

Senior Advisor

Re: Mail ballots..what the serious H

No one is against a requested absentee ballot. What the dems want is a mass mailing of ballots to very registered voted whether they request it or not. They have no way of knowing if the registered voter is still alive or still resides with at address they have on file.

Senior Contributor

Re: Mail ballots..what the serious H

Here is why conservatives dislike the idea of blanket mailing of ballots to everyone.   We know democrats will do anything.  We know what happened with spygate, we witnessed the treatment of kavanaugh, we've seen the under oath testimony that proved what liars democrats are, we've heard your pronouncements of war and resistance.  We know you by your deeds as lying criminals.   We know you wouldn't have the slightest moral compunction at commtting election fraud.

Senior Advisor

Re: Mail ballots..what the serious H

Elcheapo, all mail in voting will have this for the entire country. Complete and total chaos.




Facing allegations of vote fraud, Councilman-elect Alex Mendez has decided to accept a judge’s proposal that would negate his victory in the May election and set up a new contest for Paterson’s 3rd Ward City Council seat.

After a bitter battle in the spring election, Mendez and former Councilman William McKoy will engage in a rematch that could shape the city’s political landscape for the next two years. Mendez had loomed as Mayor Andre Sayegh’s main opponent in the 2022 mayoral race after he beat McKoy by 240 votes in the spring. 

But six days before Mendez was scheduled to take office as a councilman on July 1, the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office announced he was being charged with election fraud crimes, accusations that are pending. A judge subsequently ruled that the 3rd Ward council seat should stay vacant until the resolution of McKoy’s civil lawsuit claiming there was widespread wrongdoing in the election.

McKoy and Mendez both ran for mayor in 2018, with Mendez finishing second to Sayegh and McKoy coming in fourth in the six-man field. McKoy had been on the City Council for 20 years until he lost to Mendez in May.

Paterson already is holding a special election for the 2nd Ward council seat, after Shahin Khalique and Mohammed Akhtaruzzaman finished in a tie in the May contest. Khalique had represented the 2nd Ward on the council for the past four years, and Akhtaruzzaman held the seat during the four previous years.

The 2nd Ward special election has been scheduled for Nov. 3, and candidates seeking to run for the seat must submit nominating petitions by Aug. 31.

More than 3,200 ballots cast in Paterson’s all-vote-by-mail municipal races in May were disqualified for various reasons, a fact that President Donald Trump has cited in several Tweets asserting that absentee voting leads to election fraud.

In its final vote-by-vote report on the Paterson contests, the Passaic County Board of Elections did not cite fraud as the basis for discounting any of the 3,274 ballots that were rejected. The report said about 1,200 rejections stemmed from signature discrepancies and problems. Another 1,000 were disqualified because of deficiencies on the section of the ballots that must be filled out by the "bearer," the official title for anyone who delivers the ballot on behalf of the voter.

About 1,150 ballots were disqualified in the 3rd Ward, the county report said.