Fraud: People go to vote, ballots already cast; Others vote more than once!/Jersey_Brownie/status/265845619296456704

Evidently, Aunt Joanne isn’t alone. Other Twitter users report a similar issue. They show up to vote and are told they have voted already.

Apparently someone already voted in my name? #paininmyass #systemfuckup

— Walker Funk (@callmedublya) November 6, 2012

A friend of mine (former GOP official) showed up to vote in VA this morning and was informed he’d already done so. He had not.

— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) November 6, 2012

It’s crazy cause when I went to the polls to voted, my name already had an ❌ by it like I voted n shit

— FlyAssHippie (@Sweetheart_Shai) November 6, 2012

@erikrush sorry, young man in line with me said his family in illinois was told they cld not vote they had already voted, they had not.

— Ricky Kirk (@rickykirk) November 6, 2012

@seanhannity Tried to vote in AZ this AM, was told I had already voted, young man in line said his family in Illinois told same this morning

— Ricky Kirk (@rickykirk) November 6, 2012

And on the fraud flip-side, some Twitter users are claiming to have voted more than once.

Everyone gets one vote, not ten.It’s not funny telling me you voted three times today already.Slooow down.

— Wasteland Music (@Wasteland_Music) November 6, 2012

lol uhm RT @poitierp: One of my co-workers just said she voted three times already. *polishes off crossbow*

— Defiant(@MCoveteur) November 6, 2012

We can’t be sure if their claims are true, but there are confirmed reports of people trying to do so.

Man tries to vote twice in NC…

— Election Journal (@electionjournal) November 6, 2012

How many have actually gotten away with it? These Twitter users claim that they have.

My dad just told me he voted for obama three times yesterday is he retarted

— Brittany Kralik (@brittanykralik2) November 6, 2012

Voted voted voted! I voted three times.

— srah (@marchpanes) November 6, 2012

@mrcraigrobinson i voted three times, so i have two extras

— daniel adams (@dla17302) November 6, 2012

Voted. 👍Twice. 😜

— Brad Coker (@thebradcoker) November 6, 2012

Already voted twice today, once in MO, once in KS #feelsgoodman

— Brockway (@JoshBrockway) November 6, 2012

Feeling a strong sense of accomplishment today. Already voted three times. #Election2012

— Cory Grassell (@CoryGrassell) November 6, 2012

I just voted.Three times actually.Love Illinois. #election2012

— Jordan Borio (@jborio) November 6, 2012

People make jokes on me because I voted twice. Well, that means I was capable to make a difference… Twice!

— A U T R È (@_GreatCinClair) November 6, 2012

I voted three times.Take that (insert party name here.)…

— Matthew Wood (@mattbigdogwood) November 6, 2012

Voted twice. #ImBad

— Tayler Herzberg (@TaylerHerzberg) November 6, 2012

This is why Democrats are against requiring identification to vote. It’s not racist; it stops fraud.

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