It’s not even Election Day yet, and Democrats are already stealing votes from law-abiding Americans.
In the majority of national, state, and even municipal elections on November 2, Democrats are predicted to lose handily. In addition, reports of Democratic voter fraud are already starting to trickle in, rekindling concerns about the outcome of crucial elections, especially in swing states, while Democratic leaders fabricate stories about violence on Election Day and falsely accuse Republicans of putting too many safeguards in place that will ultimately disenfranchise voters.
On Friday, James Zheng, a Democrat poll worker in Carmel, Indiana, was kicked out of an election office after he was accused of telling voters how to vote and even voting “straight Democrat Party” for one person who asked for assistance.
The inspector at the polling station where the Democratic poll worker was expelled knew of two distinct occurrences that may have involved electioneering and election tampering, Hamilton County election administrator Beth Sheller told Fox News Digital.
According to Beth Sheller, the Hamilton County, Indiana, election administrator, Zheng was accused by local voters of telling black voters “…not to vote for the racist candidates outside,” referring to a group of pro-parent candidates running for school board in the Carmel-Clay school district who were outside the electioneering boundary. Two voters protested to the pro-parent school board volunteers outside about this electioneering activity, and they informed the local inspector about it.
The inspector later became aware of a second occurrence, this time involving possible electoral meddling. According to Sheller, the poll worker selected the “straight Democrat ticket” option while assisting a voter with an electronic ballot during the explanation. The voter, according to her, was then perplexed about how to amend their choice and brought up the matter with another poll worker nearby. According to Sheller, the employee dealt with the situation, enabling the voter to cast a valid ballot, and then told the polling inspector of what had occurred.
Mario Massillamany, the chairman of the Hamilton County GOP, argued that the episode highlighted concerns about the number of voters who were perplexed after receiving assistance from Zheng but who did not go so far as to contact other officials.
by: Miss Cherry May Timbol – Independent Reporter
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