I See Dead Voters

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20 thoughts on “I See Dead Voters

  1. Ronan

    I was an enumerator for the register of electors before, calling to houses and confirming names. Used to get dogs abuse ‘you don’t wait long do ye? We haven’t even had the months mind and you’re here to take away her vote’

    It’s just a crappy process which needs reform and investment, and with so many objections to data sharing, I can’t see how this can easily be resolved.

    People want privacy and joined up services all at once.

    1. Robert

      state has eminent domain in these matters

      once data sharing is reasonable and proportionate there shouldn’t be any issue.

      we have a register of births marriages and deaths

      just no will to join the two up, presumably because the status quo is to somebody somewhere’s advantage …

    1. Charger Salmons

      You would think so wouldn’t you.
      In the UK Labour objected to this complaining it was anti- democratic.
      Especially in constituencies with large Asian population where they’ve been rigging the vote for years

      1. ReproBertie

        ” large Asian population where they’ve been rigging the vote for years”

        “Peep peep! went Spoofer’s little whistle.

        1. ReproBertie

          Oh, you finally found a post to say that? I mean, surely even you are growing embarrassed about being unable to back up a claim you keep repeating.

        2. ReproBertie

          Lads, Spoofer posted a link to a 2016 report into election fraud in London boroughs which claimed voter intimidation of women and young people of Pakistani and Bangladeshi extraction. This half backed up his claim above (Labour were not mentioned) but the link seems to have vanished so here’s the BBC report on it.

          https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-37055521

    2. Rob_G

      Kind of seems like a national identity card that had a record of your current address would come in pretttttty handy in a case like this…

  2. Spud

    I moved district in the past year and submitted by change of address before the deadline.
    I received my polling card to my old address / district, but the ‘checktheregister’ has me as my new address.
    Could get 2 votes?

    1. kellma

      I have 3 votes in three different voting centres. So if i was bottomed I could easily vote 3 times.
      One in my childhood home (where i never even registered), 1 in my old address that i left over 10 years ago and then one in my current address. I already removed myself from the register for the other two but it seems to have fallen on deaf ears as the cards keep coming.
      My brother also has 3. 2 at our childhood home, both with his first name spelled different ways (again he never actually registered himself) and then one at his current address.

  3. Rob_G

    Imagine a system charged with keeping track of several million people throwing any errors – this is an outrage, thanks, blushirts.

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