Ohio Vote Fraud: Trouble With 70 Absentee Ballots in Miami County

-By Warner Todd Huston

County election officials are trying to unravel how 70 ballots containing filled out votes were returned unsigned to officials on Friday. It appears that some of these ballots were never in possession of the voters who were supposed to have filled them out and sent them back in, the Dayton Daily News is reporting.

What the question appears to be is where these ballots have been before being turned in to have the votes tallied? Many of the voters these 70 ballots were destined for never got them. Yet, mysteriously, they’ve been turned in filled out with votes? The obvious conclusion is that someone in the Post Office stole these ballots, preventing them from being delivered, and then filled them out hoping that the votes would be assumed to be legal votes.

Quillen said the ballots in question appear to have been sent out between Oct. 8 and 13, primarily to the Tipp City-West Milton area, but some were to other locations.

Nasal said ballots probably were not taken from individual mailboxes. “It would seem this would be at some central point,” he said.

In other words, we have a clear case of vote fraud perpetrated by a Post Office worker. And, we don’t need to be reminded that the Postal Workers union is supporting Barack Obama for president, do we? It would not surprise if all 70 ballots amazingly had Obama marked for president, eh?

(H/T Soren Dayton at RedState)

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