Voter fraud has been devastatingly prominent in states that are either considered swing states or that are largely Democrat. More than likely that’s why they’re swing states or Democratic states, because they cheat the system. There have been a number of states (especially California) that have thousands of extra names on voter rolls. Quite literally, there are more registered voters than there are actually eligible voters. You explain how that works. Now another state was discovered to have a surplus of registered voters, that state is Iowa.
Government watchdog group Judicial Watch uncovered eight counties in Iowa that have more registrations than they should totaling up to approximately 18,600 names. Along with that, there is one county in Iowa that has an unusually high percentage of registered voters compared to the total of eligible voters at 95.9%.
This is a serious problem that really needs to be addressed before November when the general election takes place because in my opinion, this is the only reason and the only way that Democrats win elections anymore. They have to cheat to win.
Judicial Watch announced that eight Iowa counties have more voter registrations than their eligible voting-age population. According to Judicial Watch’s analysis of data released by the U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC) in 2019 and the most recent U.S. Census Bureau’s five-year American Community Survey, eight Iowa counties are on the list of 378 counties nationwide that have more voter registrations than citizens living there who are old enough to vote, i.e., counties where registration rates exceed 100%. These 378 counties combined had about 2.5 million registrations over the 100%-registered mark. In Iowa, there are at least 18,658 “extra names” on the voting rolls in the eight counties at issue.
The chart below details the eight Iowa counties’ registration rate percentages:
|Reg Rate||Total Population|