AN INVENTORY of news stories about election fraud, the existence of which is pooh-poohed by the left.
May 27, 2016. LOS ANGELES (CSBLA.com) -- A comparison of records by David Goldstein, investigative reporter for CBS2/KCAL9, has revealed hundreds of so-called dead voters in Southern California, a vast majority of them in Los Angeles County. "He took a lot of time choosing his candidates," said Annette Givans of her father, John Cenkner. Cenkner died in Palmdale in 2003. Despite this, records show that he somehow voted from the grave in 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008 and 2010. But he's not the only one.
October 22, continuing October 21, below. Early voting in Illinois got off to a rocky start Monday, as votes being cast for Republican candidates were transformed into votes for Democrats. . . . Cook County Board of Elections Deputy Communications Director Jim Scalzitti, told Illinois Watchdog the machine was taken out of service and tested. "This was a calibration error of the touch-screen on the machine," Scalzitti said.
October 22. "The Bronx DA is investigating claims of voter fraud in a hotly contested Democratic primary for the Assembly that was decided by two votes. . . . Ironically, [Assemblyman Victor] Picardo, by winning a special election, succeeded Assemblyman Nelson Castro, who was nailed for election fraud after nine voters were discovered registered at his one-bedroom apartment. He later cut a deal with the feds and wore a wire to ensnare other officials in corruption." (nypost.com)
October 21. Republican voter in Cook County, Illinois, discovers that voting machine registers all his Republican votes for Democratic candidates.
October 20. Surveillance video catches Democratic party operative in Maricopa, Arizona, stuffing ballot box.
April 25. "Benton Harbor [Michigan] -- Activist Edward Pinkney has been charged with five counts of election forgery in the effort to recall Benton Harbor Mayor James Hightower, authorities reported Thursday. Pinkney, 65, had not been arrested by late Thursday because law enforcement can't find him, Sheriff Paul Bailey said. . . . Berrian County Prosecutor Michael Sepic said an investigation by the Berrien County Sheriff's Department found that Pinkney allegedly altered dates on five recall petitions so the signatures would fit into the 60-day collection period." (heraldpalladium.com)