Another case of vote fraud that could have been stopped with a voter ID

How could someone vote posing as this woman who died in 2008?  If someone knew that the woman was dead, they could unfortunately just show up and vote in her place.  No problem.  If there had been a voter ID, that would have been a much more difficult.  From Fox News:
The case of a Michigan woman whose mummified body was found years after her death is getting even more bizarre. Apparently, Michigan records show she voted in 2010 -- two years after authorities believe she died.  
The Detroit Free Press reported Monday that Pia Farrenkopf voted in that year's gubernatorial election. Authorities have not publicly identified the woman whose body was recently found in a sport utility vehicle parked in the garage of a foreclosed home northwest of Detroit. However, the newspaper reported Farrenkopf owned the home in question, and authorities believe it is her. 
Authorities say all signs indicate Farrenkopf likely died in 2008, when she would have been 49. The voting records, though, throw that timeline into question. They state Farrenkopf registered to vote in 2006 and voted for governor in November 2010. . . . 
Her death was seemingly hidden for years because her bills continued to be deducted from her bank account. Eventually, the money ran out and Farrenkopf’s house went into foreclosure. . . .



Blogger RS said...

This makes perfect sense.

Everyone KNOWS the dead ALWAYS vote Democrat.

3/12/2014 4:34 PM  
Blogger Gladorn said...

Duh! It's Detroit. They have a law barring discrimination of the undead. Stop being so racist and living-centric.

Give brrrraaaiiinnsss a chance!

3/12/2014 11:05 PM  
Blogger luagha said...

One of the classic methods of voter fraud is to, once the polls close, go down the list of people who didn't vote, sign for them and vote for them.

Generally, it requires the poll workers to be in collusion, or for the Republicans to have gone home, etc. Whenever some mishap occurs and the polls are 'held open' by a judge for several more hours, one can presume that this method of fraud is taking place.

3/13/2014 12:51 PM  

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