Did the 76.4% Voter Turnout in Virginia Reflect Extreme Voter Enthusiasm for Obama? Or was Virginia Stolen in 2008?

27 Jun

Day before yesterday the Richmond Times Dispatch ran a story that was unremarkable, until I read this…

Strategically, the election in Virginia could hinge on Obama’s ability, or inability, to reconnect with the voters who put him in the White House. While Virginia’s turnout always spikes in a presidential year, it soared to 76.4 percent in 2008. A year later, the turnout in Virginia’s gubernatorial election plummeted to 42 percent.


Were Virginians so enthralled with the life giver, the dream maker, the unknown messiah that our voter participation rose by 34% just to make sure that he was elected?

Or was it something else? A 34% increase in voter turnout? That’s well outside of the margin of error. I won’t say that cheating was going on. But I won’t rule it out, either.

Combine that with the stories of 119% voter turnout in Madison, WI during the recall election and the story I published about the phony voter registrations and it becomes obvious that we conservatives have a duty to register at least 10 fellow conservatives and get them to the polls between now and November.

We cannot. We will not allow this election to be stolen.

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Posted by on June 27, 2012 in politics


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