It’s Possible That There Will Be Enough Invalidated Votes to Overturn Thad Cochran’s Victory: Over 800 Hinds County Voters Crossed Over Illegally


Thad McCochran’s victory over Tea Party candidate Chris McDaniel in Mississippi was one of the more egregious cases of voter fraud we’ve seen recently. Now, the McDaniel campaign has unleashed a bombshell: over 800 voters crossed counties illegally.

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The Mississippi Tea Party President says they’ve found evidence that nearly 800 voters crossed over in Tuesday’s runoff election that should not have been allowed to vote Republican.

However, Hinds County GOP Chairman Pete Perry says there are some precincts where he knows workers marked the wrong column and that could account for at least 200 of those being cited by the Tea Party.

Members of McDaniel’s campaign staff and some supporters began sorting through voter books on Thursday morning at the Hinds County courthouse.

They were looking for any “irregularities”.

In Hinds County, poll workers used the Democratic primary books for the GOP runoff in an attempt to prevent crossover voters.

However, the group from McDaniel’s camp is still searching those records to try to find anyone who voted as a Democrat on June 3rd and with the GOP on the 24th (the runoff.)

The McDaniel campaign absolutely needs to keep doing what they’re doing, and lay the groundwork for a formal legal challenge. The GOP establishment played dirty to keep a dinosaur in office, and they must be held accountable.

Also see: An Interview With Andrew Breitbart

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