9,000 Dead Voters Still on the Rolls in Dallas County (Video)

9 out of 10 Dead Voters vote Democrat.

9,000 dead voters are still on registered to vote in Dallas County.
NBCDFW reported:

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Dallas County could have as many as more than 9,000 dead people registered as voters, but the county’s election supervisor says they cannot be removed until after the November election.

Federal law forbids changing the voter roll within 60 days of a federal election, a deadline that has already passed, said Election Supervisor Toni Pippins-Poole.

Pippins-Poole said the Texas secretary of state did not provide the list of possible deceased voters from Social Security records until late August.

The election office must send a letter to each name on the list to be sure person is not alive. Pippins-Poole said the state did not allow her office enough time to complete the process.

Dallas County Republican Party Chairman Wade Emmert said it creates an opportunity for voter fraud.

“These voter registration cards are tickets to vote,” he said. “Without voter ID, if you have one of these cards, they can’t confirm you are who you claim to be.”

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  • Let me get this straight, they’ve known about the election for FOUR FRAKKIN YEARS and they didn’t have time to get this done.

    Is that their story??

  • Rob

    Of course…. no one has voted democrat that was later found out to be dead… no not “usually”.. ha! This is DALLAS COUNTY, one of the ONLY Democrat counties in the northern 2/3rds of the state. I am not surprised by this. Why democrats, why? Why is an ID such a deal-breaker for you guys?

  • Walknot

    Not only that, just the expectation of purging the rolls is nothing more than Republicans suppressing the vote.

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  • Jim

    Remember the damndemocrat mantra – “Vote early, vote often, get out the dead vote, and, is your dog registered to vote?”

  • Flintstone F.

    El dia De Los Muertos is October 27th….and extends into the weekend after the election…apparently…

    Voter ID laws would only expose the extent to which they’ve cheated for decades. It’s not racist, it’s anti-democrat party.

  • bg



    [NOTE: All media must present government-issued
    photo I.D. (such as a driver’s license) as well as
    valid media credentials.]


    [Perhaps Congress can invite former President Jimmy Carter to provide
    expert testimony to support states voter ID laws because it appears
    by their copious years of reporting, that it has been his Carter Center’s
    decades-long international experience that voters adequately identifying
    themselves to election officials provides “additional safeguards”, a
    “substantial degree of security and confidence in the electoral
    , no matter what country, race, what color, what language.


  • Rob

    The dems have brought this on themselves. Someday soon I hope we’ll have voter ID laws and abolish absentee voting except for infirm or military serving overseas. Strictly enforced. In this day and age, there just isn’t a reason why this all couldn’t be tightened up…. if only one party wouldn’t keep fighting it because it will lay bare their machine… dead, dogs, fraud, we’ll count our box as soon as we know how many we need to win… etc.

  • RealMc

    Now I finally get it……

    These are the (dead) ones they are always talking about that can’t get an ID !!!!!!

  • bg


    July 31, 2012

    Making votes count

    [..Also in recent months, Husted’s office, by cross-checking records with
    various state and federal databases, has cleaned up the voter rolls of
    19,000 deceased Ohioans and hundreds of thousands of duplicate

    Study says Ohio’s voting system has important safeguards

    [Earlier this month, the nonpartisan Military Voters Protection Project
    named Ohio one of 15 “ all-star states” for helping ensure that military
    members get their votes counted. In the last 12 months, Husted’s office
    has set up a system in which military ballots are sent electronically, but
    must be printed out and returned by mail. Each is given a unique
    tracking number, which the service member can use to track his or her
    ballot and see that it is received.]


  • Turnout in some Dem strongholds will approach or exceed 100% of registered voters

  • Sam Stone

    Voter registration should be along with a5 year drivers license renewal. That way any dead will be off automatically and you must show your residency at the same time for your license.

  • Monkey Wrench

    I have a question. I honestly don’t know the answer.

    How do dead people get removed from voter rolls? For example, I’m registered to vote. If I died tonight, then tomorrow I would be a dead person registered to vote. Whose job is it to “unregister” me?

  • midusdew


  • you repressive republicans want to prevent these people from exercising their constitutional right to vote for the democratic party. the dearly departed are voted for by the frequent voters. its an old tradition of the democrats to honor the dead, even if they were republicans.

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  • bg


    S. Wolf #17 September 29, 2012 at 8:52 pm

    thanks, and albeit true..

    has no one noticed he also doesn’t have AMERICA’S back??


  • DerpHoft

    And how many in Florida?

  • magic underware


    The Republican Party promptly fired a voter registration contractor this week after the firm, Strategic Allied Consulting, turned in illegible, incorrect, and falsified voter registration forms to Florida election officials

  • DerpHoft

    Promptly lol….and how long has Nathan Sproul worked these voter fraud schemes for the RNC?

  • Flintstone F.


    Aha. I think you’re right.

    Breaking: Grave Robbing Increase, Wallets Sought.

  • bg


    DerpHoft #19 – page 1 September 29, 2012 at 9:28 pm

    they’re firing people who get caught participating in voter fraud??


    oh btw,

    ACORN network still active under new names

    more here & here & here..


  • bg #18

    We have and hopefully ‘we’ will outnumber them come November.

  • juandos

    You know what pisses me off about this?

    The RNC knew about this problem back in late March of this year but instead spent more time on a local election and let this problem slide and slide until it was to late…

    Still the Democraps and voter fraud is traditional

  • valerie

    I want to know exactly how many black voters don’t have id. That’s because I think the Federal government can get at that information, and I strongly suspect that it is far, far smaller than the number of white people who have moved recently, or have died.

    Just sayin’

  • Patty

    How many times will I hear, “voters feel disenfranchised when there is voter fraud.”

    Personally, I am getting sick of it.

    Federal Judges Block Texas Voter ID Law, Ctd.

    In discussing the news this week that federal judges rejected the Texas voter ID law, I noted a fact from the Houston Chronicle‘s report: “nearly 80″ Texas counties have no Department of Public Safety drivers’ license office. I found this astonishing and troubling. What I didn’t realize was that it’s also misleading.

    Spurred on by a commenter, I checked that number against the offices on the DPS website. Only 14 counties are listed as having no driver’s license office at all, though there are 12 other counties with offices open only one day a week, and far more than that open only 2-3 days a week. The disparity with the Chronicle report may come from the fact that many counties have state driver’s license services housed within a county or city office, not strictly speaking in a DPS-operated building.

    I am obviously now less astonished and troubled than I was when writing that earlier post.

    Below is a list of the 14 counties without offices, their populations, their percentages of non-Hispanic white population (the remaining percentage therefore indicating the number of racial minorities), and percentages of those living below the poverty line. Remember that the judges’ objection to the voter ID law is largely based on its disproportionate effect on minorities and the poor. All these numbers come from 2011 U.S. Census estimates.


    I also wonder why if you need an ID to drink, ID in Government offices, ID for a Gun, ID is asked for so many times and the most important issue these judges deny. WHEN WILL THE MADNESS STOP. Even Iraq has finger prints. WTH.

  • bg
  • Mickey Grump

    “Police and fire officials have assured the Liboffs that they have their full support.”

    “Dallas County could have as many as more than 9,000 dead people registered as voters, but the county’s election supervisor says they cannot be removed until after the November election.”

    Mission accomplished.

    It’s so funny to hear you guys whine and go tsk tsk while we finesse you off the stage – – and elect our candidates.

    And you think you or your candidates have political skills !


  • tysmwest

    Well, if we are going to let the dead vote…the repubs should get all the founding fathers to vote, and all that fought in the Revolutionary War, and Civil War, and other wars…in fact I think I should get the proxy for all my ancestors since the founding and cast their votes for them……

  • Limousine Barry

    Let me be clear, that’s nothing compared to what we have in Chicago!

    With Davy Axelrod working the graveyards in Chicago and Davy Plouffe working the graveyards in California the voter turn out will be huge!

    If you like the way I manufacture votes from graveyards then vote for me! Halloween is just around the corner!

    And, this is important! Send me $3.00 before midnight! My campaign is going bust!

    I urge Jay Carney and his idiot wife Claire Shipman to contribute $49,666.99 per day in 0bama ads cleverly woven in the Good Mourning America show! I need more money and TV ads. This pig can fly!

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  • Bob

    In order to validate our elections America should have a nationwide database of voters. Once you register it is entered. It is checked against your driver license or state ID to the address as registered. If you move and do not notify the local election board, you should not be allowed to vote. And finally, death certificates are another public record that could be verified by election boards to remove those that have died.
    It is known that ACORN used dead voters and their addresses in 2008, but the system let many of these votes slip through.

  • stuart

    My mother, now dead for three years, is an Obama supporter and will vote for the Democrats in November.
    Oh yes, by the way, she was from Chicago.

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  • callmebeerbaron

    Something obvious that the GOPers appear to not ‘get’…

    If I’m dead… I can be on all the voter rolls in the universe… I will still not get my corpse up out of the ground and appear at a polling place. I am fairly certain, in fact, that were a relative to drag my dead body to a polling place (notionally to vote Democrat, of course) a la “Weekend At Bernies” … people might notice, and say something.

    Making this entire discussion… profoundly stupid.

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