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Ron Paul Supporters Accuse Romney Supporters of Ballot Stuffing - Arizona 5/12/12

Arizona GOP State Convention May 12, 2012.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gzhpg9fb2eo

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I did not see any evidence of ballot stuffing

Neither did I speak to anyone who saw evidence. True, there was nothing to stop people from doing it because no one kept track of who had cast a vote during Delegates At-Large election. I am in doubt of this story unless I see some evidence.

More likely what was seen was one person turning in ballots from people they were seated next to (since nothing was done to prevent or discourage this).

The real story is the ballots being invalid. Too many delegates ran for election to fit on a single sheet of 8.5"x17" paper, so they gave everybody two pages and told them to mark up to 31 names. There was no system in place to prevent people from marking 31 names on both pages. All the ballots were secret, unnumbered, unattached to each other, and deposited in the same ballot box.

This entire convention could be invalidated because of the ballots.

No video, no proof!

ALL THIS FOOTAGE AND NO PROOF? YOU COULDN'T EVEN GET ALL THE WITNESSES TO TESTIFY ON CAMERA? WTF? I KNOW RP PEOPLE ARE SMARTER THAN THIS!

a nod's as good as a wink to a blind bat

Romney

will do anything (and say anything) to win.

New Hampshire and Ecuador.

I was there....

although I didn't see the ballot stuffing (but witnessed several people attest to it), there were plenty of other incompetent and fraudulent actions by the AZ Republicans running this convention.

It's late night and I'm finally home after a 14 hour convention, so I'll put up more details and video tomorrow. Happy to say that my district elected two Ron Paul delegates (CD 1, Pima County, AZ) despite some initial "errors" in the first computerized vote for National Delegates. More on this later.

RP supporters were very passionate and outspoken - in a good way in my opinion. I am proud to have participated in this part of the REVOLUTION>