This comes from the Heritage Foundation, and it highlights a problem with close elections. Being a fan of statistics, and their accurate unspun interpretation, there is something unbelievably wrong when with two major parties in America, one or the other should win an astounding majority of those elections where the margin of victory is 1000 votes or less. According to a genius mathematician named Loenardo Fibonacci, this is a statistical impossibility. Outside of the Presidential election of 2000, Democrats win in almost every single instance where this is the case. Voter fraud is not going to sway an election where the margin of victory would be greater than a half percent, which means most elections, but if elections are within this range, stealing an election is within the realm of possibility.
Al Franken’s victory in Minnesota in 2008 has now been proven to be a case of fraud securing him that victory over Norm Coleman. Ordinarily, we might all be inclined to say, well in the grand scheme of things this really is not that big a deal. However, that particular case of cheating is one of the many contingent events which stuck us with the Obamacare albatross. voter fraud is a major problem in the United States today, and you can tell who is guilty easily enough. There is one group of Americans who wish to prevent fraud, and another group of Americans who will do anything to prevent anti fraud laws from being enacted.