Indiana Voter Database "Riddled With Errors" Including 1,000s Of Dead Voters And Duplicate Registrations

Tyler Durden's picture

For years the political elites, backed by funding from George Soros, have fought common sense voter ID laws as blatant attempts of racist right wingers to suppress the votes of minority and low-income citizens.  These same people tirelessly argue that there is no evidence of voter fraud despite the mountain of facts that keeps piling up the contrary.  The latest evidence comes from Indiana, where CBS points out that the state's voter registration database, like many others around the country, are "riddled with errors" including 1,000s of duplicate registrations and dead voters.

A data analysis firm hired by a voter registration group said on Tuesday that Indiana’s voter database is riddled with errors, including thousands of people over the age of 110 who would likely be deceased but are still on the registration list.


TargetSmart conducted a review of the state voter file maintained by Republican Secretary of State Connie Lawson’s office on behalf of Patriot Majority, a voter registration group with deep ties to the Democratic Party that says it was trying to register black voters in Indiana. Patriot Majority has been the focal point of a state police probe of possible voter fraud. The group said the discovery of numerous problems in the voter database does not necessarily mean this was the result of fraud.


TargetSmart said it also found 837,000 voters with out-of-date addresses when compared to the United States Postal Service address database, or roughly one-in-five of all Indiana registered voters. The review found 4,556 duplicate registrations, 3,000 records without dates of birth and 31 records of registered voters who are too young to cast a ballot. More than 2,500 people on the rolls were listed over the age of 110.

Meanwhile, Christian Adams, former Voting Section Attorney at the US Department of Justice under George Bush, recently highlighted on Fox News the inexplicable reluctance of politicians to clean up the voter roles.

"Dead people are voting and it’s something this administration does not want to do anything about. They must like it. They must like who they are voting for… Now we have four million, four million Steve, ineligible and dead voters on American voter rolls according to the Pew Charitable Trust."


As we've noted before, according to research conducted by the Pew Center in 2012, the capacity for voter fraud across the U.S. is substantial with nearly 2mm dead people found to be registered and nearly 3mm people registered in multiple states. 

  • Approximately 24 million—one of every eight—voter registrations in the United States are no longer valid or are significantly inaccurate
  • More than 1.8 million deceased individuals are listed as voters
  • Approximately 2.75 million people have registrations in more than one state




But something tells us, no matter how many of these types of situations emerge over and over, that U.S. citizens, and common sense for that matter, will never prevail in the war against George Soros and the simple political narrative that voter I.D. laws and other practical solutions are somehow racist and/or disenfranchise low-income voters.  

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cossack55's picture

"Whose your zombie?"

Latina Lover's picture

Chicago politics, Arkansas style. 

Looney's picture


Ain’t it easier to just move the voting machines to the nearest cemetery? No stiff left behind! ;-)


Jim in MN's picture

"just press your fingertip here.....goddamn it the whole finger pad tore off again?!?  Gotta scrape the machine again Mabel!  Dang it!"

ParkAveFlasher's picture

Next is a retinal scan ... "Insert eyeball here".

Erek's picture

Soon they'll come at you with anal scans and full cavity searches.

Just like at the airport.

The Saint's picture
The Saint (not verified) Erek Oct 26, 2016 10:10 AM

First party to lock up the "Dead Vote" wins.


Nemontel's picture

They are trying to bullshit us in everything, polls as well.

847328_3527's picture

"Change you can beleive in!"


~ Osama bin Bama

VinceFostersGhost's picture



Oh yeah......I'm voting in Indiana!


I hope to vote in all 50 states this year.....maybe even Puerto Rico and Guam.

Chris Dakota's picture
Chris Dakota (not verified) 847328_3527 Oct 26, 2016 10:52 AM

George Soros, I didn't even know he was sick...

yippee kiyay's picture
yippee kiyay (not verified) Chris Dakota Oct 26, 2016 9:38 PM

He's a driving force behind the conflict with Russia.

philipat's picture

Hey yippee kiyay (Soon to be banned and will then use the next new name lonnng) , previously mofio then santafe then Aristotle of Greece then Gargoyle then bleu then oops then lance-a-lot then Loftie then toro. You are a serial spammer and a serial pain in the ass. Might I politely suggest that you go fuck yourself? And get a life.

Your MO is to post a provocative comment which SEEMS to be relevant but you have no interest in joining the discussion (and NEVER do) and your sole objective is to mislead readers into clicking on your falsified links to your BS site. That wastes everyones time is blatant SPAMMING.

Would appreciate regular ZH contributors please take a moment to help me in my campaign against this shithead and report yippee kiyay to with a request for an IP block to prevent multiple new accounts from being issued.

Shemp 4 Victory's picture

Where is MDB to lament the plight of decompositionally disadvantaged voters?

balolalo's picture


THE GOP is trying to care about voter registration, accuracy, and enfranchisement????


If you think people are driving all over the city, county, country voting multiple times then I have some land in florida to sell you. 


Pickleton's picture

No need to be coy with how much a low info, leftard imbecile you are.  Just come out and yell it proudly.  Oh wait, you really did.

Mustafa Kemal's picture

Pickleton, gentle with it. It has just learned to use lower case letters

pods's picture

The issues in voter registration databases would be less of a problem if you had to show a photo ID to cast a vote.

Now why is it that one party seems to always be against that?

It can't simply be because they are racist and think that blacks cannot get a picture ID.


sharonsj's picture

Dead people do not show up and vote.  All studies into "voter fraud" prove it barely exists.  Any voter fraud is done by mail-in ballots--FOR WHICH NO VOTER I.D. IS REQUIRED!  Of course if you had bothered to do any research, you'd know that.  Since you don't (and most of the posters don't know either), you're all uninformed idiots.

Shemp 4 Victory's picture

butthololol, your training manual is outdated.

Urgently contact Bob Creamer for your current instructions.

Byte Me's picture

You, young troll-ling - will get eaten by patriotic orcs.


HughBriss's picture

I <3 you.  :)




Overflow-admin's picture

Not if we can "remediate" blatant scum like you.

"remediate" -> you go to prison without your bonus.

karp4cy's picture

I'll go slow so this can be followed:  an invalid registration leads to the presence of an invalid ballot; which, with no ID required, can be obtained and cast by anyone who has been properly "organized".

balolalo's picture

My grandmother passed away in 2009.  I spent three elections telling poll workers and the city that she was dead and to remove her from the polls.   She finally was.   No one used her vote. 

ONLY the lying, stealing, and desperate GOP needs to steel elections, votes, and disenfranchise others. 

VALID ID - If the GOP cared about showing valid ID, then why are all forms of government issued ID allowed except often COLLEGE IDs?

Oh that's right, usually when someone is educated they stop believing dumb bullshit coming out of the GOP.

IF the GOP actually CARED about voters being able to vote why do then they limit voting days, why is it during the work week, why do they reduce polling places, and why not even extend registration for Hurricanes?

DEMOGRAPHICS IS DESTINY and the GOP has to cook the books however it can to keep their claws in while their constituents die off. 

AND when that stops working....  bitch about it being RIGGED AND FRAUD.


BabaLooey's picture


Listen Assholius

Go spout that shit to people at a Trump rally.

Your points match the point on your empty head.

It's the DEMOCRATS that are against using I.D.s

Show us Assholopolous - ONE article that shows the Republicans fighting for NO I.D.'s

ONE - from your MillionDicks ina Bag "credible media"

Come on fucker...ONE....links please. PROOF please

But you can't. Because there ARE none.

Now go back to your Bob Creamer "wart room" and in up some other asinine diatribe


HughBriss's picture

You clearly have an inspired intellect.  I truly mean that.

With that being said, why, oh why, do you waste precious cycles in a battle of wits with a grade-A retard?

I'm merely curious!  That is all.  :)




BabaLooey's picture

Idling my time whilst I search for meaningful work Hugh.

I fired the latest "job" today.

One day there - couldn't get out fast enough.

Holy Workplace Shit was this place a den of cucked males, ugly fat females and top heavy management.

They had managers managing the managers, who managed the managed.

I would have lasted a week before I revenge-pissed in the company Bunn Coffeemaker.

I practice my prose on dingledorks like Balodrinksfrompublictoiletteos, and other assorted glue sniffing basement dwellers on here. The Cankles crowd of few.

I am in the midst of writing several books; short stories actually, and coming on here, I get to read witty prose from others.

SOMEONE has to type-down these mongoloids.

I volunteer myself. Happy to retort back to 'em.

Besides, I love hammering hammerheads.

HughBriss's picture

Holy Workplace Shit was this place a den of cucked males, ugly fat females and top heavy management.

They had managers managing the managers, who managed the managed.

Holy cock and balls!  Sounds precisely like my job.  However, I must not abandon ship quite yet; someone needs to introduce a bit of testosterone into an otherwise overwhelming ocean of estrogen.  I'll happily volunteer myself in that regard.  ;)

Mad respect, my friend.  Keep up the good fight!




Pickleton's picture

"ONLY the lying, stealing, and desperate GOP needs to steel elections, votes, and disenfranchise others. "


While the mountain of facts that imbeciles like you feign ignorance over suggesst's a wholesale RICO operation performed by democrats.  I suspect you're not actually that much of a cock sucking moron, so we'll assume stupid troll getting his jollies agravating people.

MK13's picture

Oh no, you used the p... word!!!

How much is DNC paying you an hour to post? I think you're getting a lousy deal, it's DNC after all, party of cheat, lie, and underpay;).

TheABaum's picture

You should aspire to pathetic. Go back to masturbating in your mom's basement. 

JonNadler's picture

scotty is that you baby?

AtATrESICI's picture

List of United States presidential electors, 2016 (members of the Electoral College)

Raymond K Hessel's picture

Give my regards to Cass Sunstein.

Tiwin's picture

Hes right!

Dead voters are nothing compared to Diebold and the MSM focuses on dead voters! Tylers included!

This is a fucking red herring.

Oldwood's picture

Do you think they spend a billion dollars on an election simply to buy airtime? Trump has shown that to be false. A billion bucks can pay a lot of surrogate voters to drive all over the country.

RagnarHadAPoint's picture

Do you have any MLS numbers for those Florida properties you're referring to? Can I find them on Zillow?


I ask because you seem kinda slow and I think I could probably get you to part with that land for less than it's worth.

Low-Withers's picture

Why not just skip right to the anal probe?

At least that would be the only truthful thing they ever did.

pods's picture

If you had a voter ID law in effect, it would limit the possibility of fraud.  A registration database that is as bad as this one shows that there is significant opportunity for fraud to occur.  Voter registration is the first line of defense.  And it has a lot of holes in that defense.

This necessitates having a picture ID when showing up to vote. One that shows an address in the precinct you are voting in, with the exception of on a college campus. These can be handled separately.

The fact the democrats fight tooth and nail against strict voter ID laws shows they are okay with voter fraud. Nevermind their voter registration drives which may or may not be purposely trying to commit fraud. It could be for election fraud or could be simply the people doing the registration get paid by how many people they register ($$ fraud).

But by challenging voter ID laws, and by using the race card to do so really shows their true colors, which is that they support voter fraud.
How fucking difficult is it to obtain an ID card?  I think most states allow a free non drivers ID card for people who need it.  But saying minorities cannot get one is not only racist, it is incorrect.  You need an ID card for most everything, so the number of people who actually do not have one is tiny.  Why the problem?  

Because you cannot have dead people vote if they need ID.


crossroaddemon's picture

Truth? I resent having to have an ID for anything. It's a violation of my right to privacy.

pods's picture

Well I can see your point,  but voting is a creation of the state, so it is perfectly reasonable if you are going to be taking part in that process to meet requirements to do so.  Nothing to do with your privacy.

Now having to present your papers to a LEO on demand is an intrusion, unless you are "operating a motor vehicle" in the UCC sense.

Walking down the street you don't have to tell them a GD thing, nor show them anything.

But voting?  Absolutely not a violation.


El Vaquero's picture

Yup.  If we're going to have voting, we must keep it honest.  I'd also like to see elected officials be automatically put on trial at the ends of their terms for corruption.  Any system where the people calling the shots don't have their skin in the game regarding the decisions that they make is just about guaranteed to become corrupt. 

Hal n back's picture

how difficlut would it be to have a database by soc security number.. anybody votign whould have a number, right> and then if there were any skill level in goernemtn they could run thedata base by soc sec number and duplicates to see where two dups are used. Then run it for numbers over 100 years old an dthen ask verification on those. At same time they could cust soc security and medicare fraud. by checking out the numbers.


I know, I supported my mother and took her as a dependent-I was notified that somene else was claiming her as a dependent but the IRS and Soc Sec adm pointed fingers and I could not fins out who that other person was.

and nobody at either IRS or Soc woudl offer hepl--they both told me that in order to take dependency I woudl have to find out who was already taking it

the fraud is more than the voting aspect.


crossroaddemon's picture

Any creation of the state is bound to be a bad idea... because the state itself is a bad idea.

TheMeatTrapper's picture

A civil society requires some form of a State. The Founders understood that it was a necessary evil. The State is simply the people in sum. When the people become depraved, so does the State. You cannot have a State that respects the people when the people have no respect for themselves. 

The fundamental issue this country faces is not corrupt government, but rather a corrupt people that vote for a government that reflects their character. 

pods's picture

The fundamental issue is that the government did not adhere to the chains that bound it.

Sure corrupt people were behind that (act of 1871 was the start), but it was not the general populace.

Today we are merely seeing the results, not the cause.