Houston, We Have a Problem

Article author: 
Ken Blackwell
Article publisher: 
American Thinker
Article date: 
11 September 2018
Article category: 
National News
Article Body: 

...A review of the presidential votes cast in Texas in 2008, 2012, and 2016 by the data analysis firm Votistics found a disturbing number of duplicate registrations and multiple votes. This means that inaccurate voter rolls are not harmless, forgivable mistakes.

According to Votistics, data provided by the Texas secretary of state indicate that 104,800 people appear to be registered more than once. ...
Texas also has a problem of the dead, or presumed dead, voting.  For instance, Votistics discovered that more than 3,000 of those who cast ballots apparently were older than the world's oldest known person. ...
 Pennsylvania has welcomed not just centenarians, but double-centenarians in the voting booth.  Florida's voter rolls have been swollen by the many noncitizens in the state.  Estimates of the number of inaccurate registrations nationwide are in the millions....
The 2000 presidential election was decided by 537 Florida ballots.  Moreover, the 2016 presidential election turned on close races in Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.  The contest could be even closer next time.  Even without organized fraud, people who are not eligible to vote could end up deciding who governs America....