There is growing concern that the 2014 mid-term elections will be impacted by votes from illegal aliens. Could control of the U.S.Senate in 2014 be decided by illegal votes cast by non-citizens? That is the question posed by political scientists Jesse Richman and David Earnest, whose answer is in a forthcoming article in the journal Electoral Studies: “Most non-citizens do not register, let alone vote. But enough do that their participation can change the outcome of close races.” And, the researchers note, 80% of non-citizen votes go to Democrats.
Efforts to keep only properly registered and legal voters on the rolls have become an issue once again in the 2014 mid-term elections.
In October 2012 True The Vote found duel voter registration in Florida, New York, Ohio and Rhode Island. In August 2013 we reported on cases of alleged voter fraud in Florida and Maryland. In April 2014 Gregg Prentice reported on finding 3,000 Florida voter registrations that list a UPS Store as a residence.
In March 2014 Top Right News posted the below video of an NBC News Channel 2-Fort Meyers investigative report of illegal aliens voting in Florida:
Breitbart’s Joel B. Pollak reports:
The estimated percentage of non-citizens voting is small, especially in midterms: “Our best guess, based upon extrapolations from the portion of the sample with a verified vote, is that 6.4 percent of non-citizens voted in 2008 and 2.2 percent of non-citizens voted in 2010,” Richman and Earnest wrote in the Washington Post. Yet that small percentage “was large enough to plausibly account for Democratic victories in a few close elections.”
The Democrat Party, in partnership with the Florida League of Women’s Voters, the U.S. Department of Justice and ACLU, have made it their mission to thwart efforts by the sunshine states’ sixty-seven Supervisors of Elections from updating their voter rolls to eliminate those who are ineligible to vote.
Voter fraud is a cancer that appears every election cycle. For every illegal vote cast, a legal vote is negated. It is a felony in the sunshine state to register and vote illegally. The problem is most prosecutors do not pursue these cases.
When you can get away with murder you are likely to do it again.