Earlier this week, I shared news that I surmised could derail Robin Carnahan’s U.S. Senate bid. Today, I share an update from the Missouri Watchdog that was made public Thursday night. Offered in the form of a question — Dead voters in Missouri? — it should prompt an investigation into the practices of the Democrat now serving as Missouri’s secretary of state.
Here’s a brief rundown of what reporter Earl Glynn found:
Missouri Watchdog extracted 3.1 million records from the Death Master File and compared them with the 4.1 million registered voters in Missouri. A scoring system was used to track different kinds of matches and how “good” a match was considered. The results show a potential list of 4,294 dead registered voters who could be removed once official verification has been established.
From the 4,294 potential dead registered voters a check was made between the death date and the date the last ballot was cast. This resulted in 281 potential “dead voters.”
Smells like election fraud to me. Roy Blunt should make hay out of it.
To read the rest of the article, click here.
Great job, Watchdog!