Like Chicago, West Virginia apparently has dead people voting
“We are seeing an occasional deceased voter that has voted,” he said.
While saying Ireland’s office will aggressively pursue such offenses, Beakes said some of those marked as voting might be simple clerical mistakes.
“We cannot disenfranchise any voter that may be erroneously flagged as deceased,” he said.
Southern West Virginia has been notoriously known as the place where the dead rise up on Election Day every two years. Beakes said results of the comparison showed a high concentration of deceased people remaining on voting rolls in that region. . . .