We never think voter fraud will affect us personally outside of rigged election results. We think voter fraud is ballot harvesting or people casting multiple votes. Here’s one I haven’t heard of yet – accessing a state’s voting registration and changing a voting status. No one can make this stuff up anymore.
A member of a Facebook group supporting Trump in the great state of Arkansas brought this to light. They made a post including a screenshot of a conversation concerning this very subject. The sender told the group member that their neighbor had checked their voting status, but something was not right. Their status was changed from ‘Republican’ to ‘Optional.’ After hearing this, the sender decided to check their status. Sure enough, theirs was changed as well. The group member got the same results: ‘Republican’ to ‘Optional.’
After finding the post, I decided to check and see for myself. I originally registered as ‘Republican,’ but ‘Optional’ was in its place. I immediately took back to Facebook and urged all my friends to check their status. Most were ‘Optional’, one even being changed to ‘Democrat’! This one I know for sure never registered as a Dem.
Half of the comments on the original post are furious (can you blame them?) while the other half seems to be nonchalant, asking what the problem is with it. I’m sorry but something is wrong if you don’t see a problem with your information being changed without your permission.
Multiple questions come to mind. Why are they changing the status of each voter without their permission? Could it possibly be a hacker trying to swindle everybody? If it’s the state changing it, where are they getting the consent to change it? I didn’t give mine and I am sure no other Arkansan gave theirs. Is this happening in other states? Is this happening to the Democrats? I have had no Democratic friends inform me of their affiliation being changed. That, of course, raises a red flag.
But what exactly is an ‘Optional’ affiliation and what does it entail? ‘Optional’ basically means that a voter has not specified an affiliation to any one party. Arkansas is considered an optional state, meaning that a voter does not have to specify whether they are Democratic, Republican, or any other affiliation.
I was unable to contact the group member for comment and there has been no statement from the Arkansas Secretary of State on these changes. Independence County Clerk Tracy Mitchell did give a statement, however, saying she was unaware of the state or anyone changing the affiliations in the voter registration system.
“About 90-95% of our voters do not specify their party when registering,” Mitchell said. “Affiliating with a party would not affect a ballot as it asks whether you would like to vote for the Democratic or Republican party candidate anyways.” Mitchell had no further information on the affiliation changes that have occurred.
I encourage everyone to check their voter status immediately, no matter what state you are in. If you are in Arkansas, you can go to the Secretary of State’s website and find a voter registration lookup. If it has changed, contact your county clerk. The deadline to change it back is October 1st. Our liberty is at stake with this election – we don’t want it taken by fraud or negligence.
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