VOTER APATHY LINKED TO FRAUD IN TENNESSEE || ELyssa Durant © 2012

VOTER APATHY LINKED TO FRAUD IN TENNESSEE

Voter Apathy?

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Uploaded by on Mar 1, 2012
Laptop stolen just before the election, turns up at a strip club that got shut down for operating without a license. Voter Apathy or common sense. Wackenhut at it’s finest.
Gee—with all the bitching we do about voter apathy, low voter turnout, and then about the people who are ultimately elected by the few who do vote; the media seems to be making an awful big deal about the upcoming primary elections.

The deadline to register for the upcoming primary was today, January 7, 2008.

Yet, in the midst of it all, I just received a letter dated January 2, 2008 along with approximately 370,000. Coincidentally—this is roughly the same number of TennCare recipients who were dropped from the rolls (dis-enrolled due to reform) just a few years ago]] people that my personal information (including my social security number) has been compromised due to a break-in at the Davidson County Election Commission on Christmas Eve in Nashville, Tennessee.

GOOD GOING!!!
I cannot be the only one who is wondering how this will affect voter registration, turnout, or “apathy” in the future.

Ironically, as an additional side note, the state of Tennessee just happened to pass new, “progressive” legislation regarding identity theft the very same day the “warning” letter was mailed. It is almost too much of a coincidence, don’t you think?

Call me a conspiracy theorist if you like, but I am still trying to wrap my head around this one!

Publication: The City Paper; Date:2008 Jan 08; Section:Front Page

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“…I just received a letter dated
Jan. 2, 2008 along with approximately 370,000… people that my personal
information (including my social security number) has been compromised
due to a break-in at the Davidson County Election Commission on
Christmas Eve in Nashville, Tennessee. I cannot be the only one who is
wondering how this will affect voter registration, turnout, or “apathy”
in the future. Ironically, as an additional side note, the state of
Tennessee just happened to pass new, “progressive” legislation regarding
identity theft the very same day the “warning” letter was mailed. It is
almost too much of a coincidence, don’t you think? Call me a conspiracy
theorist if you like, but I am still trying to wrap my head around this
one!” — elyssad, in response to “Councilman wants independent audit of
Election Commission,” Jan. 7.

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