Wednesday, May 02, 2007

Vote Fraud in Scotland and England


Expect massive vote fraud in the coming elections.

"Election Commissioner Richard Mawrey QC upheld allegations of postal fraud relating to six seats won by Labour in the ballot." BBC NEWS England West Midlands Judge upholds vote-rigging claims

Postal vote fraud in Scotland? - Every vote is precious

"This Thursday's elections for local councils, the Scottish parliament and the Welsh assembly, could go down in history as the point when fraud, corruption and mismanagement made a mockery of the electoral process in Britain." Vote early, vote often

"Some 1,600 voters in Dumfries and Galloway complained they are still waiting for ballots to arrive. The council reassured Scots they should soon arrive, adding forms were posted last Friday." 'Small number' of Scots could lose their vote

Will the Conservatives win Galloway and Upper Nithsdale? - aangirfan: Scottish Elections - a seat to watch

"A total of 433,000 applications for postal ballots has been received - three times more than at the last Holyrood election in 2003... It is slightly surprising that so many people should have altered their voting practice so suddenly: normally such changes take a long time to bed in. Nearly 15% of the electorate in Dundee have applied for postal votes; that is the kind of phenomenon that raises fears and invites speculation. What is thoroughly alarming is the fact that this ballot-box revolution is taking place in a relatively uncontrolled, even chaotic, environment. Astonishingly and reprehensibly, there is absolutely no mechanism for checking the authenticity of these postal ballot applications." A threat to democracy


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