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Eight Iowa Counties Have Total Registration Rates Larger than Eligible Voter Population

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(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced that eight Iowa counties have more voter registrations than their eligible voting-age population. According to Judicial Watch’s analysis of data released by the U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC) in 2019 and the most recent U.S.

 

Census Bureau’s five-year American Community Survey, eight Iowa counties are on the list of 378 counties nationwide that have more voter registrations than citizens living there who are old enough to vote, i.e., counties where registration rates exceed 100%. These 378 counties combined had about 2.5 million registrations over the 100%-registered mark. In Iowa, there are at least 18,658 “extra names” on the voting rolls in the eight counties at issue.

 

Under the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 (NVRA), Judicial Watch sent notice-of-violation letters to 19 large counties in five states (California, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Virginia, and Colorado) that it intends to sue unless the jurisdictions take steps to comply with the law and remove ineligible voter registrations. Section 8 of the National Voter Registration Act requires jurisdictions to take reasonable efforts to remove ineligible registrations from its rolls.

 

 

The chart below details the eight Iowa counties’ registration rate percentages:

 

 Reg RateTotal Population
Dallas County114.880,864
Johnson County107.9144,425
Lyon County102.511,745
Madison County102.515,720
Poweshiek County102.118,428
Dickinson County100.917,000
Scott County100.8171,493
Warren County100.548,630

 

In addition to the eight listed above, Polk County, Iowa’s largest, has an unusually high registration rate of 95.9% of total eligible citizen voting-age population.“Dirty voting rolls can mean dirty elections and Iowa need to undertake a serious effort to address its voting rolls,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.Judicial Watch is the national leader in enforcing the National Voters Registration Act, which requires states to take reasonable steps to clean their voting rolls.In 2018, the Supreme Court upheld a massive voter roll clean up that resulted from a Judicial Watch settlement of a federal lawsuit with Ohio.

 

California also settled a similar lawsuit with Judicial Watch that last year began the process of removing up to 1.5 million “inactive” names from Los Angeles County voting rolls. Kentucky also began a cleanup of up to 250,00 names last year after it entered into a consent decree to end another Judicial Watch lawsuit.

 

Judicial Watch Attorney Robert Popper is the director of Judicial Watch’s Election Integrity initiative.

 

 

 

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 SURPRISE!!!!! Lowlifes at Judicial Watch are lying wiht numbers....

 

Judicial Watch, a right-wing organization, issued a press release on Monday morning that falsely claimed, "eight Iowa counties have more voter registrations than their eligible voting-age population." The purpose of this kind of claim is to justify voter purges to kick people off the voter rolls. 

  

Judicial Watch's chart includes outdated data of the total population of each county, rather than the voting-age population. For example, Judicial Watch claims that the total population of Johnson County is 144,425. But, according to the latest Census data from 2018, the voting-age population is 117,309. 

More importantly, Judicial Watch also misstates the registration rate of every county. Judicial Watch claims there is a 107.9% voter registration rate in Johnson County. But, according to the latest data from the Iowa Secretary of State, released Monday at 8AM, there are only 96,958 active registered voters in Johnson County. So the actual registration rate is not 107.9%; it's 82.7%.

There are similar issues in all the country data released by Judicial Watch. Here is the accurate data for each county:

  

While Judicial Watch claims the registered population exceeds 100% of the voting population in these eight counties, active registered voters do not exceed 100% of the voting-age population in any of the counties. 

The counties also maintain a list of inactive voters that the state believes have moved. These voters would be unlikely to be included in population surveys because most have moved. If they don't vote, they are removed from the rolls. If inactive voters do show up, they can vote with an ID. This essentially treats inactive voters like unregistered voters. Iowa allows same-day registration if Iowans show an ID or other proof of residence.   

In two counties, Dallas and Lyon, the number of 2020 active and inactive voters slightly exceed the voting-age population in 2018. This is not an indicia of fraud. It's an indication that, in any county, some people move in, and other people leave. 

Judicial Watch also inverts the measure of a well-functioning democracy. A healthy democracy should strive to have as close to 100% of the eligible population registered as possible. That might mean, in some cases, that total registration temporarily exceeds the population as measured by the Census. The latest estimate from the Census is from 2018, and many counties are growing. 

But Judicial Watch wants to take 100% registration and turn it into a prima facia case for fraud. 

The velocity of misinformation

Judicial Watch's data is wrong. Don't take it from me.

 

What is astounding is the number of people who will continue to spread misinformation about the voting data.....one has to wonder about their 'IQ" as they also appear to want to say that they are smarter than everyone else and cannot be bothered to think about basic numbers.   

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Oh my!   The RW is now conflating 2 separate issues and somehow believes that smart folks will buy that information as the same event?    

 

How much is the current WH regime willing to ask for to assure that Voting is protected?    oh yeah, that would be NONE....they thrive on chaos and apparently it has confused some RW when it was meant to distract others.     

 

Hilarious back story on one of the author's:  https://blog.simplejustice.us/2017/09/05/how-wrong-could-lawyer-gregg-re-be/ - I mean as long as we are looking at distractions from reality, we may as well look at author of post.   hee hee hee

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Does Judicial Watch take into account 16 and 17 year olds who have preregistrred to vote?

 

Has it taken military personnel into account, who vote in their legal state of residence, which may or may not be where they are stationed?

 

Has it acknowledged that federal law PROHIBITS the removal of voters from the voter rolls until the voter either confirms a change of address or a specific waiting period has passed? So there is often a larger number of registered voters who stay registered, until they are eligible to be removed by the state.

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Judicial Watch did this to Montgomery County too. Either they don't understand what they are talking about, or they are deliberately trying to mislead the public.

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ManicProgressive. Judicial Watch did this to Montgomery County too. Either they don't understand what they are talking about, or they are deliberately trying to mislead the public.

 

 

It's Judicial Watch, so I'll go with No. 2.

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Would love to hear from judicial watch and trump repubs why they feel that voter suppression, denying voter's rights and gerrymandering benifit the general public and help to promote the voting process. How about racism applied to voting and voter suppression?

trump repubs don't care about all people voting, they do not apply the Patriotic principle of it being everyone's right to vote, not just those that will vote for repubs...who now are trump repubs

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williamb:   trump repubs don't care about all people voting

 

 

All they care about is the right people voting (pro Trump).

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Debunked claims about Iowa voter fraud pushed by conservative activists

 

 

Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate
 
@IowaSOS
 
False claim. Here is a link to the actual county-by-county voter registration totals. They are updated monthly and available online for everyone to see. #FakeNews https://sos.iowa.gov/elections/vote
 
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oceanedge2:   Debunked claims about Iowa voter fraud pushed by conservative activists

 

 

It must be depressing to have the false claims shot down so quickly and easily. One would think that smart people would do some checking first if only to prevent embarrassment.

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Ocean did you see were this link you posted was from?

Iowa Secretary of State
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@KidBoy2 wrote:
Ocean did you see were this link you posted was from?
Iowa Secretary of State

This will help you.  Or not.

 

OFFICE OF THE IOWA SECRETARY OF STATE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
February 2, 2020

 

MEDIA RELEASE: Official data rebuts false claims regarding Iowa voter registration

DES MOINES – A Washington D.C.-based organization made false claims today in a news release regarding voter registration information in eight Iowa counties. Judicial Watch claims that total registration numbers in these counties are larger than the eligible voter population. Official data compiled by the Iowa Secretary of State’s Office shows this information is false.

 

“It’s unfortunate this organization continues to put out inaccurate data regarding voter registration, and it’s especially disconcerting they chose the day of the Iowa Caucus to do this,” Secretary Pate said. “My office has told this organization, and others who have made similar claims, that their data regarding Iowa is deeply flawed and their false claims erode voter confidence in elections. They should stop this misinformation campaign immediately and quit trying to disenfranchise Iowa voters.”

 

Iowa’s voter registration statistics are publicly available on the Secretary of State’s website. They are updated monthly. These numbers show that the ones claimed by Judicial Watch in their news release today are patently false.

 

Along with their false claims about the voter registration numbers, the organization’s claims about Iowa population are greatly underestimated, according to actual data from the U.S. Census Bureau.

The Iowa Secretary of State’s Office stands with its county auditors and the methods they use to provide clean and accurate voter rolls.

https://sos.iowa.gov/news/2020_02_02.html

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Oceanflower posted..

@KidBoy2 wrote:
Ocean did you see were this link you posted was from?
Iowa Secretary of State
This will help you. Or not.



OFFICE OF THE IOWA SECRETARY OF STATE

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I call it a typical government cover up....and the Iowa Secretary Of State is a Republican ...that should make your day.
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What point are you possibly trying to make. I checked Ocean's source reference and it is from the Iowa Secretary of State denouncing Judicial Watch...what is not accurate?

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williamb:   What point are you possibly trying to make. I checked Ocean's source reference and it is from the Iowa Secretary of State denouncing Judicial Watch...what is not accurate?

 

 

 

Some folks don't take kindly to having their conspiracy theories messed with. It's frowned upon.:)

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From Judicial Watch:

 

Judicial Watch Statement on Iowa Secretary of State Misleading about Accuracy of State’s Registration Rolls

 

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton made the following statement regarding the Iowa secretary of state misleading Americans and state residents about the accuracy of Iowa’s registration rolls:

 

It is shameful that the secretary state of Iowa would mislead Iowans and Americans about the accuracy of the state’s registration rolls.

 

Judicial Watch’s analysis of Iowa’s state registration rolls is based on official voter registration data provided by Iowa to the federal Election Assistance Commission (EAC) for publication in 2019. Data concerning such registrations must be reported to the EAC by law under federal regulation 11 C.F.R. § 9428.7.

 

Based on this federal data, Judicial Watch found eight counties with registration rates over 100% of the voting age population. The next reliable report on Iowa’s registration rolls won’t occur until after the November election, as the EAC’s next report will be released in 2021.

 

The Iowa secretary of state’s release of interim voter registration data further confirms our concerns and shows that five of the eight counties we listed are still over 100%. Nearly three dozen counties have a registration rate over 95% of the voter age population, which is extraordinarily high. Our data has proven to be a strong indicator of voter registration issues and a basis for further inquiry. Based on lawsuits alleging the same voter registration issues, Judicial Watch has obtained three statewide settlement agreements, including a consent decree in the Commonwealth of Kentucky in 2018 and a settlement with Los Angeles County and the State of California in 2019.

 

California last year began the process of removing up to 1.5 million “inactive” names from Los Angeles County voter rolls. Kentucky also began a cleanup of up to 150,000 names last year. In 2018, the Supreme Court upheld a voter roll clean up in Ohio that resulted from a Judicial Watch settlement. A federal court ordered the State of Maryland to produce voter list data for its largest county based on the work of Judicial Watch. Our approach has survived federal court scrutiny in four states.

 

Iowa’s Secretary of State and local officials need to clean up the election rolls and reassure voters that the state’s election process is being administered in compliance with federal law and common sense.

 

 

 

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@jimc91 wrote:

From Judicial Watch:

 

Judicial Watch Statement on Iowa Secretary of State Misleading about Accuracy of State’s Registration Rolls

 

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton made the following statement regarding the Iowa secretary of state misleading Americans and state residents about the accuracy of Iowa’s registration rolls:

 

It is shameful that the secretary state of Iowa would mislead Iowans and Americans about the accuracy of the state’s registration rolls.

 

Judicial Watch’s analysis of Iowa’s state registration rolls is based on official voter registration data provided by Iowa to the federal Election Assistance Commission (EAC) for publication in 2019. Data concerning such registrations must be reported to the EAC by law under federal regulation 11 C.F.R. § 9428.7.

 

Based on this federal data, Judicial Watch found eight counties with registration rates over 100% of the voting age population. The next reliable report on Iowa’s registration rolls won’t occur until after the November election, as the EAC’s next report will be released in 2021.

 

The Iowa secretary of state’s release of interim voter registration data further confirms our concerns and shows that five of the eight counties we listed are still over 100%. Nearly three dozen counties have a registration rate over 95% of the voter age population, which is extraordinarily high. Our data has proven to be a strong indicator of voter registration issues and a basis for further inquiry. Based on lawsuits alleging the same voter registration issues, Judicial Watch has obtained three statewide settlement agreements, including a consent decree in the Commonwealth of Kentucky in 2018 and a settlement with Los Angeles County and the State of California in 2019.

 

California last year began the process of removing up to 1.5 million “inactive” names from Los Angeles County voter rolls. Kentucky also began a cleanup of up to 150,000 names last year. In 2018, the Supreme Court upheld a voter roll clean up in Ohio that resulted from a Judicial Watch settlement. A federal court ordered the State of Maryland to produce voter list data for its largest county based on the work of Judicial Watch. Our approach has survived federal court scrutiny in four states.

 

Iowa’s Secretary of State and local officials need to clean up the election rolls and reassure voters that the state’s election process is being administered in compliance with federal law and common sense.

 

 

 


Well the first step would be to go after Dictator Trump who cancelled the Reb. voters right to select the person they wanted to run for President. Trump cancelled the entire process by order. This is how dictators work. By what you say are you telling us that you agree Trump is a Dictator.

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Well it certainly seems there are some very concerning problems counting the outcome in Iowa...  

 

It's time someone looked into the process to determine if there is a thumb on the scale somewhere.

 

 

 

 

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Could certainly be a software malfunction, which was not tested properly, or tested at all. 
If anyone did put a thumb on this, it's probably the russians, who trump has let in to freely interfere with our elections...

where trump is concerned, all roads lead to Russia!

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If anyone "had a thumb on this", it would be the Dems who even stab their own party in the back.  Forget the Russians - that's an old Hillary trick.

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You mean like how trump just stabbed repubs in the back by going full dictator and not allowing repub primaries!

Hillary didn't disallow primaries. 

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You mean like how trump just stabbed repubs in the back by going full dictator and not allowing repub primaries!

Hillary didn't disallow primaries. 


What are you talking about @williamb39198 ?

I don't think there is any (Republican) running against President Trump in most states -

 

NYT - 02/03/2020 - Live Results: Iowa Republican Caucuses - Results 

 

 

Screenshot_2020-02-04 Live Results Iowa Republican Caucuses.png

Wonder who the "OTHER" was?

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@williamb39198 wrote:

@NOTHAPPENING 
You mean like how trump just stabbed repubs in the back by going full dictator and not allowing repub primaries!

Hillary didn't disallow primaries. 


Trump didn't disallow "R" primaries but a good candidate made one unnecessary unlike the Democrats running all bad candidates.  Enjoy the next 5 years of Trump!

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@NOTHAPPENING wrote:

@williamb39198 wrote:

@NOTHAPPENING 
You mean like how trump just stabbed repubs in the back by going full dictator and not allowing repub primaries!

Hillary didn't disallow primaries. 


Trump didn't disallow "R" primaries but a good candidate made one unnecessary unlike the Democrats running all bad candidates.  Enjoy the next 5 years of Trump!


Trump sent word to all State Reb. parties that they should cancell the primaries, and some have. Others can not by law and they do tricks like In my state. The party had said all delegates will be pledged to Trump. There is no worse candidate than Trump. Mob Boss, lies over 90% of the time. Defrauds all he can. Has had his business put out of business for fraud, Uses ladies of the evening, rapes women, Use Mob Boss methods as President. Is the laughing stock of the world leaders. etc.

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Trump sent word to all State Reb. parties that they should cancell the primaries, and some have. Others can not by law and they do tricks like In my state. The party had said all delegates will be pledged to Trump. There is no worse candidate than Trump. Mob Boss, lies over 90% of the time. Defrauds all he can. Has had his business put out of business for fraud, Uses ladies of the evening, rapes women, Use Mob Boss methods as President. Is the laughing stock of the world leaders. etc.


Sorry, john258 - that is not the way that it has happened.  If the opponents haven't filed by the state's deadline, they cannot be on the ballot.

Politico 01/18/2020 - Joe Walsh and Bill Weld have failed to file in many of the states where GOP pr... 

 

But they did run in the Iowa Caucuses

 

Screenshot_2020-02-04 Live Results Iowa Republican Caucuses.png

NYT - 02/03/2020 - Live Results: Iowa Republican Caucuses - Results 

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@john258 wrote:


Trump sent word to all State Reb. parties that they should cancel the primaries, and some have. Others can not by law and they do tricks like In my state. The party had said all delegates will be pledged to Trump. There is no worse candidate than Trump. Mob Boss, lies over 90% of the time. Defrauds all he can. Has had his business put out of business for fraud, Uses ladies of the evening, rapes women, Use Mob Boss methods as President. Is the laughing stock of the world leaders. etc.


Sorry, john258 - that is not the way that it has happened.  If the opponents haven't filed by the state's deadline, they cannot be on the ballot.

Politico 01/18/2020 - Joe Walsh and Bill Weld have failed to file in many of the states where GOP pr... 

 

But they did run in the Iowa Caucuses

 

Screenshot_2020-02-04 Live Results Iowa Republican Caucuses.png

NYT - 02/03/2020 - Live Results: Iowa Republican Caucuses - Results 


What you say is not true. Trump told all States not to hold primaries. Some have to because of law, but then they get around the law. My state did that.  InN H Weld is on the ballot as NH did not follow Trumps letter. In a lot of states they elect the delegates who attend the party Conv, and the people on the ballot tell the people who they will vote for as a reason to get a person to vote for them. If they are elected they vote the way they said. A party can over ride that in some states by saying how all its votes will go. Yes their can be court cases and time will tell. The main thing is Trump told States not to have the P election this year about 3 months ago, and some have cancelled theirs where legal. 

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@john258 wrote:

@GailL1 wrote:


 

Politico 01/18/2020 - Joe Walsh and Bill Weld have failed to file in many of the states where GOP pr... 

 

What you say is not true.


Just giving you the fact from Politico -

from the link ~

With the start of primary season just weeks away, Trump rivals Joe Walsh and Bill Weld are ceding an array of key battlegrounds. Walsh won’t be competing in more than half of the 30 states and territories whose filing deadlines have already passed, while Weld won’t be contending 12 of them. The latest blow came Wednesday, when the two missed the deadline to make the Virginia ballot, making Trump the sole contender. 

 

It's the latest reminder of Trump’s vice-like grip on the GOP — and how any hint of opposition within the party has been extinguished. Even before a single contest has been held, the president has already gone a long way toward securing renomination: He will be the only candidate on the ballot in nine states that collectively account for nearly one-third of the delegates needed.

 

Walsh and Weld have complained bitterly that several states have scrapped their primaries, calling it undemocratic and part of a broader effort to rig the nominating contest in Trump’s favor. Yet the challengers are missing out on opportunities to compete against the president, even in states where it's relatively easy to qualify.

 

Neither Walsh nor Weld will be running in Kentucky, where candidates can qualify simply by paying $1,000, filling out a statement of candidacy form, and proving that they’re on the ballot in 20 other states. Walsh failed to get on the ballot in Louisiana, where it costs just $1,125. Weld won’t be running in Oklahoma, where a presidential aspirant only needs to cut a $5,000 check.

 

The two are also MIA in some of the country’s most delegate-rich battlegrounds. While Walsh, a former congressman, didn’t file in his home state of Illinois, Weld’s attempt to get on the Ohio ballot was rejected by election officials who said he didn’t meet the state’s requirements.

 

Sure some states are taking the hardline on the Republican primary ballot - it cost money to print ballots so some states just want to make sure they are "serious" contenders - by their very actions (as described above by Politico), they really aren't that serious.

 

Now on the Democratic side - I would say that Mike Bloomberg is very serious but he will miss being on the ballot in several of the 1st primary states.

 
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@GailL1 wrote:

@john258 wrote:

@GailL1 wrote:


 

Politico 01/18/2020 - Joe Walsh and Bill Weld have failed to file in many of the states where GOP pr... 

 

What you say is not true.


Just giving you the fact from Politico -

from the link ~

With the start of primary season just weeks away, Trump rivals Joe Walsh and Bill Weld are ceding an array of key battlegrounds. Walsh won’t be competing in more than half of the 30 states and territories whose filing deadlines have already passed, while Weld won’t be contending 12 of them. The latest blow came Wednesday, when the two missed the deadline to make the Virginia ballot, making Trump the sole contender. 

 

It's the latest reminder of Trump’s vice-like grip on the GOP — and how any hint of opposition within the party has been extinguished. Even before a single contest has been held, the president has already gone a long way toward securing renomination: He will be the only candidate on the ballot in nine states that collectively account for nearly one-third of the delegates needed.

 

Walsh and Weld have complained bitterly that several states have scrapped their primaries, calling it undemocratic and part of a broader effort to rig the nominating contest in Trump’s favor. Yet the challengers are missing out on opportunities to compete against the president, even in states where it's relatively easy to qualify.

 

Neither Walsh nor Weld will be running in Kentucky, where candidates can qualify simply by paying $1,000, filling out a statement of candidacy form, and proving that they’re on the ballot in 20 other states. Walsh failed to get on the ballot in Louisiana, where it costs just $1,125. Weld won’t be running in Oklahoma, where a presidential aspirant only needs to cut a $5,000 check.

 

The two are also MIA in some of the country’s most delegate-rich battlegrounds. While Walsh, a former congressman, didn’t file in his home state of Illinois, Weld’s attempt to get on the Ohio ballot was rejected by election officials who said he didn’t meet the state’s requirements.

 

Sure some states are taking the hardline on the Republican primary ballot - it cost money to print ballots so some states just want to make sure they are "serious" contenders - by their very actions (as described above by Politico), they really aren't that serious.

 

Now on the Democratic side - I would say that Mike Bloomberg is very serious but he will miss being on the ballot in several of the 1st primary states.

 

Your support article backs up what I told you. When Trump told the Reb. not to hold primaries it was clear to all that he wins since he controls the state parties. People do not waste their money funding some one who can not win. NH will have Weld on the ballot as the State Party will not honor Trumps wishes and it is next door to his State of MA. In my State the party saying all going to the convention would be pledged to Trump scared off all who might have run. Trump is a Dictator and what he did is what Dictators do.  When he has become full Dicator all States will honor what he tells them. Lets hope that never happens.

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Developing – Biden may seek court injunction to halt release of Iowa results…

Posted by Kane on February 4, 2020 3:34 pm
Categories: Breaking

Steve Guest
 
@SteveGuest
 

CNN's John King reports that the Biden campaign may seek a court injunction to halt this afternoon’s release of the Iowa Caucus results.

Before the Iowa results are released, Biden's campaign is questioning the integrity of the results.

 
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CNN’s John King reports that the Biden campaign may seek a court injunction to halt this afternoon’s release of the Iowa Caucus results.

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@jimc91 wrote:

Well it certainly seems there are some very concerning problems counting the outcome in Iowa...  

 

It's time someone looked into the process to determine if there is a thumb on the scale somewhere.

 

 

 

 


You are correct for once. Some one did have their thumb on the scale. Trump did not allow the Reb. to hold a real election. Only trump could people support and he won. Lets look into that. Dictators cancel any type of election they think will hinder them, and Trump did. Trump the Dicator. Trump and Hitler the same.

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