County ‘Finds’ Hundreds Of Uncounted Ballots In Tight Ohio Special House Election
Just lying around… Didn’t the Democrats “find” votes in the trunk of someone’s car that got Al Franken elected?
It happens in democrat run counties all the time. Every time there’s a close election where it looks like a Republican might be close they keep “counting” votes until the democrat “wins.”
Nothing to see here, everyone just move along. https://t.co/BedrWkU5ZG
— Charles Ellery (@Cellery_USA1) August 9, 2018
With all votes counted in Ohio’s 12th congressional district special election on Tuesday, Republican candidate Troy Balderson narrowly defeated Democratic challenger Danny O’Connor. The margin — out of 202,521 votes cast — was just 1,754 in favor of Balderson.
But Ohio election officials on Wednesday “found” some 588 previously uncounted votes in a Columbus suburb, and after tabulating them, O’Connor picked up 190 more votes, cutting Balderson’s lead to 1,564 votes.
“The votes from a portion of one voting location had not been processed into the tabulation system,” the Franklin County Board of Elections said to the Cincinnati Enquirer. More
I’ve had enough of this liberal voter fraud. A federal investigation is way past due. Arrests need to be made or this will never stop.
Hang on! I just found a huge box under my deck! https://t.co/lycCjZxOaa
— marlinman (@marlinman) August 9, 2018
— James Smith (@Jim42Smith) August 9, 2018
@DL1651 @philadper2014 @john_texan @rhet420 @KevinMarriageDr
Sounds like LBJ and the infamous ballot box 13. It pays to know the people who count the votes. Or maybe it’s “you pays the ones who count the votes!” 😱 https://t.co/VgsRRzcpZw
— John Croix (@E8ret) August 9, 2018
Feigned Shock and Dismay. City Dolts Find Uncounted Ballots in Ohio Undecided Election Or Democrats Rig Election.https://t.co/De8fDQ7PnS
— Johnny Dee Unplugged (@Johnny_Capione) August 9, 2018
The dead people don’t get to the polls as fast as everyone else. https://t.co/IsOjo2O0wr
— Michelle (@MichelleInCAL) August 9, 2018
— AmericanنNot Mex-Amer Mary Mendoza🇺🇸 (@TexasRPhJD) August 9, 2018
There is something not right about this. I am an election officer. Ballots are tightly accounted for and private. They are sealed, signed by two people and delivered. There is instantaneous computer counting. Can’t happen. A few, maybe. Hundreds, no. https://t.co/NlMxKLTSsC
— Ramona Fortanbary (@r_fortanbary) August 9, 2018