As Delegate Rob Bell indicates in this email, this is important. Supposedly, voter fraud does not exist. Wrong! If no effort is made to detect voter fraud, we will not find voter fraud. That makes the fact we have started trying to detect voter fraud important. It also makes the people who said voter fraud does not exist look fraudulent.
You cannot make up your mind which party to vote for in this coming election? You cannot make up your mind which party contains the most frauds? Then do what you can to protect the vote.
Double Voting in Fairfax
Bravo to Fairfax election officials!
As reported by Fox News, the Fairfax Electoral Board has identified 17 individuals who voted in both Maryland and Fairfax in 2012.
After years of denials, evidence of actual voter fraud continues to mount. Note that Fairfax officials only compared voters from one county with those from one other state. The number of fraudulent votes will grow much larger when additional counties (and states) are compared.
Fairfax officials have transmitted their findings to the Attorney General Mark Herring. His spokesman predictably parroted the Democratic Party line, stating that the office would investigate but maintaining that voter fraud was “statistically quite rare.” With this beginning, it is hard to imagine his investigation will be very vigorous.
(In 2013 I patroned the law giving the Attorney General independent authority prosecute voter fraud cases, without having to wait for invitation. I never imagined the extraordinary spectacle of an Attorney General downplaying evidence of reported felonies before even beginning his investigation.)
Notwithstanding political maneuvering in Richmond, the Fairfax announcement is an important step. Thanks to the Board and to all who are working to ensure the integrity of our elections.
Delegate, 58th District