By Robert Romano
January 18th, 2010, Woburn, MA—116, 483 registered Massachusetts voters are dead, according to an analysis conducted by Aristotle International, Inc. a software and digital database developer.
As reported by CNS News, "In Massachusetts, 116,483 registered voters are dead, 3.38 percent of the state's total of registered voters. Another 538,567, or 15.6 percent, had moved to an area outside of where they are registered to vote."
Americans for Limited Government Foundation's project leader, Dan Tripp, is on the ground in Massachusetts monitoring the special election, and said that "for fraudsters, it's a numbers game. It only takes a few hundred people voting at multiple locations to change the outcome of any statewide election, including Massachusetts' special senatorial election."
Generally, in Massachusetts, voters need to provide a name and address associated with the voting list at the polling location in order to vote. There is no voter ID requirement unless a voter registered after 2003 by mail and is a first-time voter.
According to Americans for Limited Government President Bill Wilson, "The implication of dead people showing up at the polls means that it's no longer sufficient to win an election with a simple majority. Now, candidates need a 4 or 5 point swing just to pad against potential fraud."
"And that undermines our free form of government at its very core," Wilson concluded.
Robert Romano is the Washington News Alert Bureau Chief.