A depiction of a Democratic precinct walker on Election Day?
Recall that in the tight Minnesota Senate race in 2008, the tallies had Al Franken beating Norm Coleman by 2,500 fewer votes than the number of “deceased individuals voted in [that] November’s general election“.
It’s not just Minnesota. Earlier this week, the Pew Center on the States reported that “more than 1.8 million dead people are currently registered to vote.” Ever since the first Mayor Daley, the dead tended to vote disproportionally for the Democrat. And President Obama was schooled in Daley’s Chicago machine.