South Carolina Attorney General: 900 Dead People Voted in Recent Elections (Video)

New Hampshire is not alone
South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson (R-SC) told Neil Cavuto today that the state has hundreds of people voting for dead people.

“We just recently learned that there are over 900 individuals died before the election and at least 600 of those individuals died outside window when absentee ballot could be sent. So we know for a fact that there are deceased people whoose identities are being use in South Carolina.”

And you wonder why democrats oppose voter ID laws?

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  • zooomzooom

    and the AG is doing exactly what about it?

  • Patty

    WOW, Cavuto is popular here today.

  • Patty

    Who knew? sarc.

    Question is why, seriously why? Is this American or what. We do sign off on Cold Meds. We have to get a license and they need to have forms of ID.

    We are sometimes check for purchases. Our state using ID’S yet the are still illegal activities and some arrests.

    This is our main complaint in last election. And I have wonder just how many votes would have gone to McCain. I don’t think this would have change the outcome. But, we put faith in our elections and yet, I haven’t since I have become so aware of the illegal activities of ACORN, SEIU, BLACK PANTHERS.

    OFF TOPIC: Calvuto is off again on the Newt thing about Marriage. Get over yourself. It was explained and now please move on. Calvuto, who are you promoting, Romney?

    Get over it, please.

  • Sasja

    We all know the reason the left opposes voter ID laws is to cheat.

  • Patty

    Clinton, now there is the real embarrassment. And Hillary…remember that. Oval Office. Personally, I am looking at what the candidate is going to do about Obama and win this thing so we can get out from under the corruption right under our nose.

  • But I was always told that voter fraud was just a myth?

  • Big Al

    yeah well I know for a fact that people in northwestern Indiana put in their wills to be buried in Chicago so they can stay active in democrat politics.

  • Patty

    I don’t pray that the next president will some how even though the states are making decisions on this, will begin to make sure that all states require voters to show a form of ID.

    I have never understood the reasoning these are important elections. This is America’s President and even in Local elections as there are way too many liberal judges and councilmen.

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  • Patty

    correction: I do pray.

  • Patty

    Big Al

    unbelievable.

  • valerie

    Democratic voters don’t oppose voter id laws. Just sayin’.

  • Nanna

    Absentee ballots are far to easy to obtain. These should be asked for well in advance, and those that ask for them should have a darn good reason for needing them, and then check it out. Or knock off the absentee ballots altogether.

  • Ipso Facto

    The big question left un-answered here is, of the 900 dead people that voted, how many voted for Democrats and how many voted for Republicans.

    Anyone want to guess what the ratio is?

  • kate

    Dems can’t win if they don’t cheat. Says alot about what they have to offer, doesn’t it?

  • lonestar

    It’s OK as long as they vote democrat.

  • mamagriz68

    After living in IL all my life, it was a very pleasant surprise to be asked for ID when I voted in my first election Indiana. It was comforting to feel some semblance of sanity surrounding an electoral process. Of course there were Dems hovering right outside the polling place with their signs and subtle intimidation, but that seems to happen wherever you go.

  • bg
  • dba…vagabond trader

    A feature,not a bug.

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    South Carolina Attorney General: 900 Dead People Voted in Recent Elections

    But, but, this guy says there’s no benefit to this sort of activity!!

  • Sasja

    mamagriz68. ” Of course there were Dems hovering right outside the polling place with their signs and subtle intimidation, but that seems to happen wherever you go.”

    It was tried at my polling place. Once. They were run off.

  • Blackbird

    I can’t tell you how pleased I am that this stuff is coming out now instead of 2 weeks before the election when it is far too late to do anything about it, like normal. The next thing I want to see is legislation being put forward, right now, to deal with the engineered riots we all know are going to happen to disrupt the November votes. The process of voting in the United States absolutely can not be held hostage by community organizers creating riots in places like Oakland or New York and this is an issue that must be dealt with now before it plunges us into true anarchy. Something must be done to put pressure on the mayors to prevent this, something with teeth that makes them more afraid of allowing the riots than anything else. Something that makes them *want* to nip this in the bud instead of allowing it to grow like the Occupy freak show. Perhaps loss of federal funding for the next quarter, or loss of the cities votes if they can’t maintain order, just don’t allow extensions or revotes, like they do with the military anyway.

  • Mad Hatter

    (ring, ring, ring, ring)

    “This is Attorney General Eric Holder, how may I help you?”

    “Hello Eric, this is South Carolina Attorney General Eric Wilson. I would like to speak to you about your Department blocking a recently passed law that requires South Carolina citizens to show photo I.D. when they vote. As you know Mr. Holder, this is to protect, and narrow down the chances of voter fraud.”

    “Mr. Wilson, the Justice Department is committed to make sure that the voting rights of minorities are not violated. We know that’s the agenda with this recently passed bill in your state. Mr. Wilson, we both know voting fraud is just an excuse you’re using.”

    “Mr. Holder, my Department has been investigating, and just recently learned that there are over 900 individuals died before the election and at least 600 of those individuals died outside window when absentee ballot could be sent. So we know for a fact that there are deceased people whose identities are being use in South Carolina.

    We have the documentation to back this up. I would like to get your comments on this case Mr. Holder.”

    (click click, dial tone)

    “Hello, hello, Mr. Holder?”

  • valerie

    It’s not just the dead voters, it’s the slander.

    http://campaign2012.washingtonexaminer.com/blogs/beltway-confidential/america-hates-newt-gingrich/326161

    This article lists Newt Gingrich’s unfavorables, and they are formidable. We all know Newt has baggage, and the question for Republican voters is do they want to support Newt, anyway?

    I am a Liberal who lives in a state with a late primary date. I will have no input into the selection of the Republican candidate, but I will support that candidate because the Obama administration is shoving very poor public policy down our nation’s throat, and justifying it with a parody of Liberal philosophy. That, in my view, is the same sentiment voiced by both Gingrich and Romney in their last debate.

    I’ve been doing research recently on what Newt Gingrich has to say about the way we educate our children. It is very instructive to contrast what Newt had done and said, with what our media says he said. It’s every bit as bad as the deliberate substitution of a Tina Fey quote for Sarah Palin. They’ll do the same thing to Mitt Romney, so just be prepared for another big set of unfavorables based on a pack of lies.

    I have a request for those primary voters whose votes will matter: Please make an effort to be sure that you vote on what the candidate said, and not on what some deliberately hostile liar said he said.

    For those who support one candidate or another, please post links to the best source video and transcript you can find. Update, too. Watch for transcript errors.

    So far, Breitbart is doing the best job of posting video clips with transcripts, for stories based on actual conversations.

  • squeaky

    hard to keep a dead man down i guess. while this was from 2004 i wonder if it’s been recified.
    i first read about this in 2004 and there was an incident where a ma. woman who was also registered to vote in ct voted there. wasn’t a presidential race but….
    http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/politics/2004/10/people_who_vote_twice.html

  • Mutnodjmet
  • FurryGuy

    Not surprising one whit about dead people voting considering what has transpired in recent elections with polling place intimidation and the like.

    Voter ID won’t do a thing to stop voter fraud in Washington State because the entire state is now vote-by-mail/absentee ballot. Both parties clamored for this lunacy.

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  • bg

    ++

    valerie #24 January 21, 2012 at 12:43 pm

    thank you..

    today’s “info” channels are not only sick, sad jokes, but severely
    detrimental to the health of both our future generations and the
    Republic, of which we are in the process of losing.. 🙁

    ==

  • BurmaShave

    @ #6 January 21, 2012 at 11:33 am
    Ryan commented:

    But I was always told that voter fraud was just a myth?

    +++++++++++++++++++

    Hmmm, you were always told by whom? (As if anyone needs to ask.)

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  • Mama Grizzly

    Lot’s of voter fraud? Then look at who grows in vote totals all of a sudden and somewhat unexpectedly.

    Personally, I think the whole thing is rigged now to make sure decent people don’t win.

  • cool arrow

    Where would Democrats be without the necro-American vote?

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    Of course there were Dems hovering right outside the polling place with their signs and subtle intimidation,…

    They do that because their ideas don’t sell on their own. Intimidation or emotion, take your pick, that’s how they try to get people to buy a crappy product.

  • Stuart

    Nine hundred? Nine hundred? is that all?
    Back in 1960 when I was a little kid living in Chicago,the Democrats could turn out a hundred thousand from the graveyards. Kennedy coasted to victory thanks to the Necroamericans.

  • bg

    ++

    #31 January 21, 2012 at 1:11 pm
    BurmaShave

    guess Ryan should have enabled a sarc tag.. 😉

    ==

  • bg

    ++

    #33 January 21, 2012 at 1:22 pm
    Mama Grizzly

    Gingrich was stomping Romney in National, South Carolina & Florida polls
    up until a couple of days before the Iowa vote, then it was almost image
    reversed with Romney stomping Gingrich, about a 40% (apx) turnaround
    overnight, also noted it at the time, as i had been religiously posting the
    RNC National, Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina & Florida stats daily
    up until then..

    at any rate, not going to complain too much because i know polls can
    and have been fixed to produce desired results via numerous means,
    yes, even if & when my choice is leading the pack..

    ==

  • kato

    This is another reason why we must fight against photo IDs. How can we expect dead people to get photo IDs when living black people are incapable of it?

  • Steven

    Maybe the republicans should do the same thing this election.

    Two wrongs dont make it right but in this case, may as well make it even.

  • squeaky

    “we expect dead people to get photo IDs when living ….” imagine what they’d look like. it’s difficult getting a decent id when your alive but dead…….oww what decent corpse wants to look like a corpse anyway.

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  • arf

    The European Union is sometimes asked to monitor elections in Third World countries. They explicitly anticipate voter identification as a reasonable requirement, specifying that they be issued to all who want them and are qualified to vote, and are free of charge (which is the case everywhere in the USA)
    http://eeas.europa.eu/human_rights/election_observation/docs/handbook_en.pdf

    The Carter Center considers voter identification a reasonable requirement in their observation of elections in developing countries.
    http://www.cartercenter.org/des-search/des/Documents/NARRATIVEOFOBLIGATIONS.pdf

    The Canadadians require identification at polling places
    http://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=vot&dir=ids&document=index&lang=e

    So do the French
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elections_in_France#Voters

    The Germans are quite orderly about such things
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voter_registration

    Is India still calling itself the world’s largest democracy? They require voter identificaiton.
    http://www.rediff.com/getahead/2009/mar/17slide1-how-to-get-a-voters-id-card.htm
    http://eci.nic.in/eci_main/ECI_voters_guideline_2006.pdf

    So do the Israelis
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Israeli_passport

    Mexico
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voter_registration
    http://www.ife.org.mx/portal/site/ifev2/Detalle_Credencial_para_Votar/?vgnextoid=191ae7c9b1741110VgnVCM1000002c01000aRCRD

    Northern Ireland
    http://www.eoni.org.uk/index/electoral-identity-card.htm#02

    South Africa
    http://www.elections.org.za/content/Pages/FAQs/Dynamic-FAQ.aspx?id=375&menuid=95&header=For%20voters

    Uruguay
    http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Credencial_C%C3%ADvica_%28Uruguay%29

    ………..and I gave up checking from there.

    Any residents of the above-named countries with knowledge to the contrary, feel free to educate me.

    Seems the whole rest of the planet considers basic identification at the polls to be A Good Idea.

    Why is it racist and abhorrent in the USA?

    ….at least racist and abhorrent to some……

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  • #1AMERICAN

    Just wait until November…you ain’t seen nothing yet until zero the POS mooslum has his people doing even worse

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  • Bloodless Coup

    CBS News Reports

    Georgia Judge Orders Obama To Attend Ballot Access Hearing –

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=dpUwroYiqNg

  • Molon Labe

    Those evil, greedy Republicans denying the dead the right to vote.

    Protest now. Call all the young people you know to protest this blantant discrimination.

  • MN Jim

    Before the 2008 election, someone came to my inlaw’s home, convinced them to vote obama, filled out the ballots for them and left with the ballots.

  • Braaainz

    Hey now! I’m one of those people he talks about that resides in another state. I’m registered in Florida but currently living in Michigan on work assignment. Florida is my permanent address. I’m hoping that they’re not gonna say that I cannot vote in my home state via absentee ballot!

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  • chucknmo

    How lame…. Chicago can turn out that many for a dog catcher election….important elections will get 10 times that number or more.

  • bobdog

    Come to Chicago, where the dead live forever…

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  • Jeffrey Patterson

    This has nothing to do with protecting state from voter fraud this law dose 2 things it makes those waiting in line longer and it violates the 1964 Voter rights act stating that the states can not issue a poll tax unless they’re issuing the Id’s for free they are making a person purchase a item to vote and voting is a free right

  • JD

    When did we stop having to show both our ID and our voters registarion card to vote?
    I live in Chicago and I am so sick of corrupt politicians. Anyone who votes for a politician from Chicago or Illinois is a fool.