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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevejet View Post
    Kalifornia voter registration reflects 80% DEMOCRAT, about 17.5% Republican and the rest are idiots.

    If all Republicans turned out to vote, only 25% of DEMOCRATS would be required to win. Numbers matter in democracies.
    Yes, but if all of those 17% Republicans were to go out and vote, and taking into consideration that only 7% of the DemocRATs voters go out and vote, the citizens of Commiefornia could elect themselves a super majority of Republicans.
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    The low voter participation rates - 7.5% and 5% - are ALL registered voters. The comparison of registered voter breakdown by percentages (80% DEMOCRAT, 18.5% Republican) is a different matter.

    There's no 7% of DEMOCRATS going out to vote.

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    Fraud in LA? I am amazed!

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    I just think it is odd that they are prosecuting the foot soldiers only, apparently not those who hired them and gave them there marching orders.
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    From the initial article I don't believe these people were "Footsoldier" or taking "Marching Orders" from anyone. They were individuals who were being paid by the signature on petitions , and most likely paid for every voter registration slip that they turned in. What they were doing was padding the numbers of signatures and voter registrations they turned in by getting homeless transients to sign their petitions and fill out voter registrations that these signature gatherers turned in for cash.

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    Yes that is a possibility.
    They took it on themselves to pervert the systems.
    Maybe they had quotas to fill?

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    ]By Christine Mai-Duc Aug. 10, 2016


    > Paparella and his competitors, who often deal directly with campaign consultants, usually employ petition coordinator firms and contractors, who in turn recruit, train and manage street teams of signature gatherers.

    > Ecker and his colleagues have benefited from what consultants and petition-gathering firms are calling an unprecedented year in the signature business. The number of initiatives circulated combined with the top dollar that many campaigns were willing — or, in some cases, forced — to pay to get them qualified for the November ballot has stunned even veterans of the craft.“It was crazy. Absolutely crazy,” said Angelo Paparella, president of PCI Consultants Inc., one of the biggest firms managing the signature-gathering process for statewide campaigns.

    > In all, groups spent $45.8 million gathering signatures for [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    , an average of $4 a signature, campaign finance records show.

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    So why the uptick in spending for this crucial first step of the initiative process?One answer is that dismal voter turnout in the 2014 gubernatorial election helped lower the threshold to qualify initiatives through 2018. To get a proposed statute on the ballot this cycle required only 365,880 signatures, and a constitutional amendment needed just 585,407, compared with as many as 1.2 million in previous cycles.

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    As an incentive, one of Paparella’s competitors even promised a $20,000 raffle, with tickets distributed based on how many signatures a person submitted each week.“Signature gatherers did get paid quite a bit of money,” Paparella said. “But really, truly, while it’s not coal mining, it’s difficult work. And they worked very hard.”


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    Face it... This is normal for California.... They can't have a vote without fraud. No fraud...no vote.
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    This is how democrats come up with so many votes, while not generating any support at rallies and the like.

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    New York City is no better. They may have changed this but in 2016, they had no voter ID requirements. That meant that anyone could walk into a polling place and vote, and no one would know who that person was. There was a video on Youtube, where a guy had a hidden camera, and was talking to the New York City election board commissioner. The commissioner said to the guy that there was so much voter fraud in New York City, because they had no voter ID laws. He said that he personally watched as a bus load of people would stop at a polling place, the people got off the bus, went into the polling place and voted, then got back on the bus and were driven to the next polling place, where they got off of the bus and voted again. They would bus these people all around the city, voting numerous times....and that was just one bus! It makes you wonder just how many buses were used in this fraudulent voting scheme, and how many times each busload of people voted?

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    Interesting and on topic,
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