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Uncounted Ballots Found In Connecticut

From the Connecticut NBC affiliate, WVIT:

Bag of Uncounted Ballots Found in Bridgeport

Thu, Nov 4, 2010

In what has become one of the stranger twists in an already bizarre Governor’s race, a bag of uncounted ballots was found in Bridgeport Thursday night.

Republican officials were approached by Democratic operatives and told about the surprise ballot bag, according to Bridgeport GOP Chairman Marc Delmonico…

Isn’t it funny how these uncounted ballots are always found by Democrat operatives?

Delmonico said Democrats asked to have several people deputized to count the uncounted ballots, but Republicans objected, claiming that wasn’t proper procedure in the vote-counting process.

“These ballots are getting extraordinarily heightened scrutiny. They’re being dealt with in a public fashion, an open public process so that everyone can witness it,” said Mark Anastasi, the city attorney for Bridgeport.

We will just assume that Mr. Anastasi is a Democrat and therefore there is nothing to worry about.

Instead the GOP asked police to take custody of the bag of ballots until the matter could be sorted out…

The votes could be pivotal in the race for Governor, in which neither candidate has conceded defeat.

Wednesday, Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz declared Democrat Dan Malloy the "unofficial" winner, but numbers released by her office show Republican Tom Foley still leading Malloy by more than 8,000 votes

Is the Democrat Ms. Bysiewicz a product of the Soros funded ‘Secretary Of State Project‘?

Those totals do not include any of the vote totals from the City of Bridgeport.

Bridgeport has become the focal point of what has turned into a circus of an election.

A ballot shortage led to long lines on Election Day, and a judge issuing an order to keep polls open until 10 p.m. Tuesday, two hours longer than every other town in the state.

Because of the shortage, many of the votes cast Tuesday were done so on photocopied ballots.

Election officials began counting those ballots just after 5 p.m. Thursday when the new bag of uncounted ballots was discovered.

Bysiewicz said she didn’t expect the vote totals from Bridgeport to be submitted to her until Friday at the earliest.

In other words, they first need to figure out how many more votes the Democrats will need to win.

And speaking of election fraud, have you noticed how once again this year practically every ‘tight race’ seems to have been won by the Democrat candidate? What are the odds?

Apparently ‘close enough’ is good enough for more than just ‘horseshoes’ and hand grenades. But may we suggest that one of the first things the Republican House should turn its attention to in January — is election fraud.

This article was posted by Steve on Friday, November 5th, 2010. Comments are currently closed.

10 Responses to “Uncounted Ballots Found In Connecticut”

  1. Liberals Demise says:

    Get ready for a whole shiite load of “Franken”steining to happen. Already happening here in N.C. District 2 Congressional race.

    Note to Oilcan Harry: When you become of no use to the Unions, will you become ‘Hoffa’ ized? Me thinks so! (you are who you associate with)

  2. I don’t believe Connecticut’s SOS Bysiewicz(D) is a product of the Soros funded ‘Secretary Of State Project‘.

    Bysiewicz was first elected Connecticut’s SOS in 1998. The Soros funded ‘Secretary Of State Project‘ was founded in 2006.

    Bysiewicz did run for re-election in 2006, so perhaps she received help from Soros on that go round.

    I did find this entry on her Wiki page very curious:

    “In 2006/2007 Secretary Bysiewicz…. advocated with success at the legislature for the passage of a constitutional amendment that would allow 17 year olds to vote in primaries.”

    I wonder why that would be?

    • Adam Moreira says:

      I can’t think of why…in that state, such a plan would likely actually backfire royally for the Democrats. Aside from Stamford, Norwalk, Bridgeport, New Haven, Norwich, New London, and Hartford, most of those young voters would probably trend Republican.

  3. Right of the People says:

    Maybe the reason for the delay in finding them was the had to print them up. Or, the folks in Minnesota were slow in getting back to them with how to do it.

  4. Petronius says:

    I can see boxes of uncounted Democrat ballots from my house.

  5. Helena says:

    I noticed that as well, L1901. I suspect it might have something to do with the lady’s thirst for higher office. She is clearly extremely ambitious. In that same Wiki entry it says she won a poll conducted at a university before the primary asking who should be the dem candidate for governor and she polled very high. She dropped her bid for the governorship, though it’s unclear exactly why.

    The she decided she wanted to be Attorney General, (the college students polled loved her for that job even more) but that was dropped after repeated challenges to her qualifications for the job, which she fought tooth and claw.

    So now, is she trying to help the Democrat she polled way better than, in order to have someone she’s pretty sure she could beat in the next election? The young and easily swayed 17-year olds would sure be a help to her then.

  6. wardmama4 says:

    -‘A ballot shortage led to long lines on Election Day’-

    The SoS and the Head of the County BOE should be removed today – there is absolutely no reason that there should be a ballot shortage in any poll. Unless of course the SoS and the Head of the County BOE are Democrats and the city of Bridgeport is Republi can.

  7. phlud says:

    The dem panic was also apparent by the amazing misuse of the reverse 911 system…

    And shockingly – “residents in some areas of Bridgeport were not notified via the reverse 911 system of the extended voting hours”

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