In what could now be considered an annual Democrat past-time (see: ACORN, 2012), we’re beginning to notice a spike in reports of voter fraud as the 2016 election draws near.

But don’t expect Democrats to do anything about it.

Here are three important swing states that are currently dealing with allegations of voter fraud:


Over the weekend, a CBS4 investigation found multiple cases of deceased people voting in Colorado months and years after their deaths.

“We do believe there were several instances of potential vote fraud that occurred,” said Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams after reviewing the CBS4 findings. “It shows there is the potential for fraud.”


The FBI is reportedly looking into whether an organization is registering people to vote using the names of recently deceased. Rockingham County Attorney Marsha Garst told reporters that a family member of one of the deceased registrants tipped off authorities.


In August, a video surfaced of a Nevada campaign worker committing voter fraud in order to support Hillary Clinton.

Election officials compared the incident to that of “jaywalking”, but would they have reacted the same way if the worker had been pro-Trump?

Tell that to Bernie Sanders supporters, who also have accused Nevada’s DNC branch of committing voter fraud.

Still believe voter fraud doesn’t exist?