Oregon’s vote by mail system, is being outed–again– as a fraud magnet. In the video below a guy goes into the Washington County Office of Elections and videos a clerk who doesn’t bother to look once at his ID or supporting documents for him to register. This is not a surprise.
In the past we’ve seen numbers of people registering and sent ballots at abandoned houses (Washington County), 80,000 illegal aliens handed voter registration info at DMV under the Clinton-Cloward-Piven “Motor-Voter Act,” dead people still on the voter rolls and on and on it goes. See previous posts here, here, here, here, here, here.
Oregon’s voting residency requirements are so watered down that–unless they changed this when I wasn’t looking–you can literally say you live in a van down by the river and it counts as an address, as long as you specify which bridge you’re under.
For Oregonians it always gets easier to vote–and defraud the system, never harder.
Oregon’s Secretaries of State from Phil Keisling to Bill Bradbury and now to Kate Brown have embraced the idea of the mail in ballot. Keisling got the ball rolling and sponsored the initiative passed by voters in 1998. We were told it would be easy and secure. Telephone and online voting for the handicapped followed. It was so “easy” to vote in Oregon that you could literally phone it in. And they helpfully sent someone from the state to help you do it.
The Help America Vote Act was passed in 2002 and signed into law by President Bush after the Florida debacle in 2000. It established, among other things, the minimum requirements for maintaining a voter data base:
HAVA requires states develop a single, uniform, official, centralized, interactive computerized statewide voter registration list defined, maintained, and administered at the State level. (Previously, voter registration lists were maintained by local officials.) HAVA requires the statewide list be coordinated with other agency databases within the state. HAVA also requires regular “maintenance” of the statewide list including removing ineligible voters and duplicate names are eliminated in accordance with the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 (NVRA).
Bill Bradbury refused to cull through the voter lists routinely to get rid of non residents, illegal aliens and dead people. We were told we “screeched” about it too much and we demanded Bradbury cull through the list and cross tab with local county databases but he refused to.
In one of our recent elections, Ruth Bendel, who’s made voter integrity her life’s mission, found –in just one example–24,000 more votes than voters in only three counties. Other County Clerks refused to give her their information and destroyed it.
We’ve seen how keeping voter rolls cleaner are key to getting rid of some voter fraud. Recently in New Hampshire, Citizen Journalist, James O’Keefe and his crew were offered ballots merely for asking if they had certain names of Democrats on their lists. The names were of dead people. They were handed ballots but didn’t take them. See the video here.
Now we have this gentleman. He went to the Washington County Elections Office to register to vote. The clerk never verified his ID and didn’t look at it, either.
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