Brown_Man (@Jersey_Brownie) November 06, 2012
Evidently, Aunt Joanne isn’t alone. Other Twitter users report a similar issue. They show up to vote and are told they have voted already.
A friend of mine (former GOP official) showed up to vote in VA this morning and was informed he'd already done so. He had not.—
Guy Benson (@guypbenson) November 06, 2012
It's crazy cause when I went to the polls to voted, my name already had an ❌ by it like I voted n shit—
FlyAssHippie (@Sweetheart_Shai) November 06, 2012
And on the fraud flip-side, some Twitter users are claiming to have voted more than once.
Everyone gets one vote, not ten. It's not funny telling me you voted three times today already. Slooow down.—
Wasteland Music (@Wasteland_Music) November 06, 2012
We can’t be sure if their claims are true, but there are confirmed reports of people trying to do so.
How many have actually gotten away with it? These Twitter users claim that they have.
My dad just told me he voted for obama three times yesterday is he retarted—
Brittany Kralik (@brittanykralik2) November 06, 2012
Voted voted voted! I voted three times.—
srah (@marchpanes) November 06, 2012
Voted. 👍 Twice. 😜—
Brad Coker (@thebradcoker) November 06, 2012
People make jokes on me because I voted twice. Well, that means I was capable to make a difference… Twice!—
A U T R È (@_GreatCinClair) November 06, 2012
This is why Democrats are against requiring identification to vote. It’s not racist; it stops fraud.