Monday, March 26, 2012

2012 Election Fraud and Irregularities By State

Maine: Feb 11, 2012 (Total delegates - 24) 
Official Results - Mitt Romney 39 %, Ron Paul 36%
  • Mitt Romney declared winner by GOP Party Chairman Charlie Webster, 196 votes with 84% of the votes counted
  • Counties
    • Waldo County - Vote held in Belfast on Feb 4th, the majority of the votes will not be counted.
      • Initially was reported that Paul got 37 votes to Romney's 30, Ron Paul won 71 to 50. 
      • Many cities were reported as 0.
    • Washington County (Typically 110 -120 voters, Ron Paul won in 2008) - Concerns over a non-existent snowstorm by a Mitt Romney supporter canceled the election. In Maine.
      • Pembrooke - 50% of votes went to Ron Paul, none to Romney.
    • Waterville City - Results were reported but not counted in the state's total (Paul won 21-5)
    • Hancock County (Feb 18th) had not yet held their caucuses.These votes will not be counted.
      • Washington County is  a Ron Paul stronghold
  • Unofficial Real Results
  • Video
- Delegates of the convention attempted to nominate people from the floor yet were summarily ignored without vote by the chairman.
- The Athens Clarke County precinct delegates were disenfranchised (by Matt Brewster, Chairman) and the county convention was closed without majority and without the proper respect to the procedural process as outlined in our party rules and Robert’s Rules of Order.
- The initial “all in favor” request did not give a chance for the “ayes” and the “nays” to have a separate chance to vote. Instead, the chairman called for both “ayes” and “nays” to be voiced at the same time.
- The count of the “ayes” versus the “nays” was inaccurate. According to our count, 25 of the 37 people in attendance were Ron Paul supporters, and did not vote “aye” when a voice vote was called for.

Official Results - Rick Santorum , Ron Paul 27%

More votes then voters

  • 8 precincts of 1774 precincts  worth of votes went missing


GOP admits to rigging the vote.  

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