Widening the Margin of Voter Fraud
A perfect example would be SEIU’s attempts at registration of illegal immigrants. While the activist organizations create a gateway for voting irregularities, it is the participation of individuals that widens the margin of voter fraud. We see evidence of this in the Paterson, New Jersey, case above:
It is also alleged that Cespedes voted twice – once using her married named of Belkis Cespedes and once using her maiden name of Belkis Nunez.
This rings strikingly familiar when compared to what has been uncovered in the recently conceded House race in NY-1. Fox News reported an instance where a man, with dual residences in Manhattan and Long Island, voted twice on Election Day. Additionally, in a sample review of 438 absentee ballots, Fox uncovered 48 Democratic voters, or nearly 11%, had been illegally registered to vote in two separate districts. Interestingly, demographics of those with double registrations are not those of your typical SEIU operative, but of affluent Manhattan liberals.
Where there are issues pertaining to questionable voter registration, there seems to be some left-wing organization involved in it and NY-1 fits the template.
It is not illegal for second home owners to vote from their vacation homes, as long as they are not also registered or vote elsewhere. In fact, the Democratic Party has encouraged the practice.
The website, Countryvote.org, which is run by the New York Democratic Lawyers Council, says that "New Yorkers have the right to choose where they vote if they have more than one home...you have the right to vote using an absentee ballot if your work or family commitments keep you in the City during the week."
The Democratic Party encourages their voters to register strategically and somehow those voters take it a step further with illegal dual voting registrations?
Thus far, the majority of voter fraud cases that are being investigated involve the groups and organizations standing at the gateway. But brace yourselves, because the culture of fraud is clearly in place and it is extensive. Gone are the days where voter fraud involved a couple of people with a trunk full of ballots, and here are the days where the severity of instances will be measured by the number of perpetrators.