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Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Voter fraud investigation in Virginia

HARRISONBURG, Va (WHSV)-- The FBI and Harrisonburg Police are investigating voter fraud.

Commonwealth's Attorney Marsha Garst said law enforcement is looking in to whether an organization used "a number of" deceased people's information to register to vote. As of Tuesday afternoon, the investigation is ongoing and she could not release more information.

According to a statement from the Harrisonburg Registrar's Office, a family member notified the Commonwealth's Attorney and an investigation was opened by the Harrisonburg Police Department.

You can read the full statement from the Harrisonburg Registrar's Office, with all details of the situation, at the bottom of this article below the asterisks.

Director of Elections Deborah Logan said you can look up yours or your deceased family member's voter registration status online. She said you can also call the voter registrar's office and they can help you as well.



Anonymous said...

This will be rampent especially in thug neiborhoods.

Anonymous said...

The democratic way of doing things.

Anonymous said...

Alexandria, the Democratic Party's fortress across the bridge from DC.

Anonymous said...

Vote fraud is easy, especially in Worcester County. We have four children who were registered voters. After college they moved, one to Texas, two to Pennsylvania and one to Ohio. Their names were never removed from the voter rolls and still list our home as their addresses. Every election we request absentee ballots in their names and they are mailed to our house. We fill them out, sign their names and put them in the mail. Between my wife and I we have SIX votes. Don't tell me there is no such ting as voter fraud.

Anonymous said...

Dem run area ! Do you expect anything different.

lmclain said...

Its always a good idea to stay anonymous when admitting to a felony, but try to curb your enthusiasm and pride.