Voter fraud is well under way in Connecticut.
Hartford voters reported a slew of problems at the four polling locations first thing on Tuesday morning — with no monitors at at least one site and voter registration books missing from others.
Some callers said lines were building and would-be voters gave up without casting a ballot to get to work on time.
The moderator at the Hartford Seminary polling location in Hartford said they did not have a list for registered voters to check in. Instead, each voter was writing his or her name, address and phone number down on a blank piece of paper and then received a ballot.
One of the four polling places to encounter problems was the senior center on Maple Avenue.
The moderator got very ill and was rushed to the hospital around 3 p.m. on Monday, so they needed a backup moderator, Olga Vázquez, the Democratic Registrar of Voters, said. There was also a computer glitch and the voter list printout did not happen in a timely fashion, which affected four polling stations.
Apparently Connecticut officials were unaware that today is Election Day. In 2010 Connecticut kept the polls in Bridgeport open and kept churning out ballots until there were enough for Malloy to defeat Foley. I expected to see it again, and voilà!
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Déjà vu for Connecticut:
HARTFORD, CT (WFSB) –
Just minutes after the polls opened across the state, voters in some cities and towns saw glitches.
Secretary of the State Denise Merrill, who is up for re-election, told Eyewitness News that a number of polling places had issues.
Gov. Dannel Malloy, who is running against Republican Tom Foley, announced on Twitter on Tuesday morning that issues in Hartford were resolved. However, he electronically filed a complaint to extend voting hours for those who could not get to the polls earlier.
“If you were unable to vote earlier, your polling location is open and you can vote now,” Malloy’s tweet said.
This now rots of planning. It’s 2010 all over again. They’ll keep the polls open until Malloy has enough to beat Foley.
Greg Abbott’s name is left off the electronic voting machines in Bexar County TX
About Bexar County:
More voting machine fraud