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Massive Voter Fraud In Prince William County?

By Greg L | 17 November 2012 | Crime, Prince William County | 14 Comments

Last week some folks were rightly shocked by a segment on WMAL when Dara Fox called into the show to describe rampant voter fraud on behalf of Democrats in the Lodge Precinct of Prince William County.  During that segment Fox alleged numerous clear instances of faudulent voting, including multiple votes being cast by the same person, with the acquiescence and in some cases apparent collusion by election workers.  I’ve confirmed with the Prince William County Republican Committee that Dara Fox was indeed an inside poll worker at Lodge Precinct and that the chaos of Romney’s poll monitoring program was entirely consistent with the report Dara Fox made.

Here’s that segment as it aired on November 15th.

This report details persons being allowed to vote when they have already been recorded as voting, persons being allowed to cast ballots when they did not know the address they supposedly lived at, persons voting who clearly did not match the physical characteristics of the voter they claimed to be, and most disturbing, elections officials disregarding the law and allowing rather obvious voter fraud to happen right in front of them.  When this happens in Chicago or Philadelphia I am not terribly surprised, but here in Prince William County this comes as a complete shock.

Needless to say, this is absolutely outrageous.  Unfortunately, with the chaos of having the Romney campaign and the PWCRC running parallel but largely uncoordinated efforts on election day, I have not been able to find any evidence that this is being investigated either with the elections board or by the Commonwealth’s Attorney office.  It would surprise me not a bit that the thoroughly corrupt Paul Ebert would turn a blind eye to brazen criminal acts when they might relate to his political party, although the Board of Elections in the county could initiate their own investigation, call on the State Board of Elections for assistance, and if (and only if) SBE asks, request that the Attorney General become involved.

So recognizing the futility of asking the Commonwealth Attorney’s Office to do anything, here is what I am hoping can happen:

1.  Anyone actually witnessing (this is very important) these violations of the law, including Ms. Fox, can and should swear out a warrant with a magistrate against elections officials who they observed conspiring with those who committed voter fraud.  If you know someone who was a witness, please ask them to file a complaint and assist them in any way that you can.  Magistrates can be found at 14598 Donald Custis Drive in Woodbridge, and at the Judicial Complex in Manassas and require you to appear in person to submit a complaint.  Corrupt conduct by election officials is a Class 5 Felony in Virginia under § 24.2-1001 of the Virginia Code.

2.  Everyone reading this post should email the Prince William Board of County Supervisors using the email bocs@pwcgov demanding that they use whatever resources at their disposal to get the Board of Elections to investigate this matter and request assistance from the State Board of Elections to uncover the truth about these allegations.  They may not be aware of this incident, and even if they are the complete inaction since this story broke two days ago suggest we need to light a fire underneath them.

No matter who violates Virginia election laws, for whatever purpose, and despite any excuse should suffer the full legal consequences for their unlawful actions.  I don’t care what party they belong to, or what their excuse may be.  We must be able to trust the outcome of our elections or our republic dies.  Voter fraud is utterly intolerable and apparently it takes you to stand up to it, because so far it seems no one else will.

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  1. Lovettsville Lady said on 17 Nov 2012 at 11:56 pm:
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    WOW! This is very interesting and very disturbing!

  2. Steve Albertson said on 17 Nov 2012 at 11:58 pm:
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    We’ve got at least one case under investigation here in Stafford after our electoral board (I’m vice chairman) referred it to the Commonwealth’s Attorney. I’ll keep you posted.

    A lot of what you describe sounds something short of credible, given what I know about the checks and balances built into code-mandated elections procedures. Moreover, there is a lot of room for misunderstanding the actions of election workers (e.g., an address mismatch can in certain circumstances be legitimate).

    However, having personally observed several PWC elections as a lawyer/observer for the GOP, I know where there is a lot of smoke there is probably fire. I definitely encourage everyone in PWC to follow up on this stuff aggressively. Some of these claims might end up being overblown, but where they aren’t there is no surer way to let criminals walk free than for people not to speak up about their misdeeds.


  3. Ronald said on 18 Nov 2012 at 11:05 am:
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    if it was 4-5 in a precinct, I’d say she could be right… 30-40 people already checked off in the ORCA system logically seems to me that it was just another problem with the App on her phone.

    The official poll books should be pretty clear if anyone voted twice at the same poll.

  4. cdubbs said on 18 Nov 2012 at 3:45 pm:
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    The election results will not be changed. There will be few if any investigations at any level. There is no political will or media interest. Voter fraud is simply not seen to exist period. Seems kind of odd that noticeable irregularities happened in VA, FLA, OH, and PA and other states with no strict photo id requirements. Can you imagine what would have happened if voting machines were reported defaulting to Romney? Or tje Tea party was busing in Somalians?

    The PWRC needs to do a thorough review of the voting process precint by precint in order to understand and determine the true scope and nature of the voter fraud committed. Then develop strategies to ameliorate it in upcoming election cycles. It is time to connect the dots.

    We need to know this at the local, state and federal levels before we go changing things in our basic no taxes, smaller government, adherence to the constitution the rule of law, and personal responsibility idealogies. And it needs to be done quietly and professionally, without getting any media attention. No sense looking like we are sore losers crying overspilt milk. Chicago has now come to a voting district near you. Which means that no matter what candidate we run, what message we send, we lose in contests that matter. Are our Delegate and and County Supervisor elections next?

    It may very well be that we need to start to put as much or more emphasis and resources into putting the right people in the right places in the voting process than the candidates or the message. The other side has.

    I have been known to say that I don’t have much to complain about being beaten on the square by morons, but I draw the line at being beaten by morons who cheat.

    Have you noticed how quiet even the opposing side is, except for a few celebrities popping off? Acting like a grocery store patron who is undercharged at the checkout counter and slinks out of the store trying to fade into the woodwork before anyone notices because they know exactly what happened?

  5. Jack Slimp said on 18 Nov 2012 at 9:42 pm:
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    As Chairman of the Manassas City Electoral Board, I must say that the claims of Dara Fox are incredible. Virginia has one of the tightest voting systems in the nation. In order to vote, you must be registered by using a valid social security number. When a voter goes to the polls to vote, they are checked in by an election official who looks for the voter in the poll book. Virginia now uses electronic poll books that are synched to each others at the precinct. Your name and address must be in the poll book in order to vote. When you are checked in, the election official checks your name in the poll book. If you come back to vote a 2nd time, the check by your name will be there. If the election official lets you vote anyway, there will be more votes counted on the voting machines than voters checked in; that is known as “over voting.” Perhaps an election official might accidentally fail to check in a voter during the day, but an over vote of 30 or 40 would be too significant to overlook as operator error. That would be blatently obvious and certainly a cause for investigation.

  6. Riley said on 19 Nov 2012 at 9:44 am:
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    I’m calling BS on the woman at Lodge. That was one of my precincts on Election Day for Lawyers for Romney and I was there no less than 4 times, both outside and inside. I was there when they opened, there when they closed, observed on the inside and on the outside. There were no busses at any time. I spoke with a few of the inside GOP observers, in particular the woman on the motorized scooter (whose name I don’t have at the moment.) No one ever told me about the allegations this woman was making, either the other observers in there or Richmond HQ for Lawyers for Romney. If there was such widespread fraud going on and she said she saw me or my partner there, then why didn’t she call over to us or have one of the other observers do so? In fact, I provided my direct cell phone number to a couple of the GOP observers and they called me about other issues throughout the day, but none of this was ever raised.

  7. Riley said on 19 Nov 2012 at 10:33 am:
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    The woman on the motorized scooter was Mary Bell.

  8. Riley said on 19 Nov 2012 at 10:39 am:
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    Let me just add, we had affidavits at the ready to handle such situations if they had actually arisen.

  9. Cajun said on 20 Nov 2012 at 1:41 pm:
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    Compliments to Jack Slimp and his colleagues on the Manassas Board for what appeared to be a very well run election. I guess there was a problem at the very end with the synching of the voting devices (and I hope we get updated ones soon).

    I’d have to go with his and Riley’s assessment that this claim is bogus. Just on the face of it, it lacks credibility, and without anyone else backing up the claim, and the lack of real time reporting, well, it doesn’t ring true to this ear.

  10. Charles said on 23 Nov 2012 at 11:42 pm:
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    I’d love to be able to investigate to a firm conclusion this particular report. However, it sounds much like it is an inaccurate anecdote. Unfortunately, there have been many inaccurate anecdotes which made it onto local and cable news stories, and which are now being quoted as gospel by the conspiracist “voter fraud” crowd.

    I say unfortunate because there certainly was voter fraud in this election, and it may even have been widespread. Unfortunately, it wasn’t the fraud that these people are spinning, and their tales are getting national attention and making it look like there are nutcases all around.

    It discourages true investigation of real fraud, because everybody gets smeared with the fantasies of the few. You can’t bring up any claim now without getting “108% vote - Ha” thrown in your face, because so many people on the conservative side jumped on that without doing any fact checking.

    I think people have an idea what the rules should be, and whenever they see something that doesn’t look right to them, they assume it’s some sort of fraud. You might sit next to people like that at a ball game, and they’ll rant about some obscure rule that is being violated, when you know they are full of it.

  11. Anonymous said on 25 Nov 2012 at 4:59 pm:
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    What do you think all those ACORN workers were doing this time around. They were assigned to a new task. They are just not active under the same name.

  12. Harry Wiggins said on 26 Nov 2012 at 5:04 pm:
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    Greg, the BOCS is in the process of forming a citizen task force to look at Nov 6, election day. The task force should contact Ms. Fox and have her tell her story so it can be followed up on…

  13. Citizen-Veteran said on 27 Nov 2012 at 6:05 pm:
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    The Democrats’ “smoke machine” is working overtime to obscure extensive voter fraud. Fortunately for the Left, the media provides the smoke for free - or just doesn’t report on it. Much of the fraud was accomplished during voter registration since Virginia law is so lax when it comes to “proving” citizenship and identification. Once the cemetary residents, pets, and fictitious characters are registered, in come the SEIU, ACORN, and other assorted rent-a-crook individuals at selected polling stations to vote under an assigned voter’s ID. Again, the lack of adequate proof in Virginia plays into the Chicago-style voter fraud operation. The Obama Campaign figured it out and their voter fraud campaign definitely produced results.

  14. Wineplz said on 28 Nov 2012 at 4:13 pm:
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    People that moved and didn’t have proof of their new address were supposed to vote provisionally; same with people with inadequate ID. If I was Ms. Fox, I think I would’ve talked to the precinct chief about my concerns and would’ve been highly interested in the numbers at the end of the night (the over-voting). At least if she talked to the chief, she wouldn’t have been interfering with the voters, and maybe couldn’t put a stop to the fraud.

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