voter fraud141 counties have more registered voters than people, and it could decide the White House

141 counties across the United States have more registered voters than people alive, the Public Interest Law Firm (PILF) has revealed.

“Corrupted voter rolls provide the perfect environment for voter fraud,” said J. Christian Adams, President and General Counsel of PILF.  “Close elections tainted by voter fraud turned control of the United States Senate in 2009.  Too much is at stake in 2016 to allow that to happen again.”

“PILF has sent 141 statutory notice letters to county election officials in 21 states,” the group states in a press release. “The letters are a prerequisite to bringing a lawsuit against those counties under Section 8 of the federal National Voter Registration Act (NVRA).”

“The letters inform the target counties that it appears they are violating the NVRA because they are not properly maintaining the voter rolls,” says PILF “The NVRA, (also known as Motor Voter) requires state and local election officials to properly maintain voter rolls and ensure that only eligible voters are registered to vote.  Having more registrants than eligible citizens alive indicates that election officials have failed to properly maintain voter rolls.”
According to PILF, the states with counties which received a notice letter are (# of counties): Michigan (24), Kentucky (18), Illinois (17), Indiana (11), Alabama (10), Colorado (10), Texas (9), Nebraska (7), New Mexico (5), South Dakota (5), Kansas (4), Mississippi (4), Louisiana (3), West Virginia (3), Georgia (2), Iowa (2), Montana (2), North Carolina (2), Arizona, Missouri, New York (1 each).

That’s critical.

Michigan, Indiana, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, North Carolina, Georgia and Iowa are all historically swing states, in which the presidential election is decided by a narrow margin.

Voter fraud in just one county could tip the election statewide, fraudulently awarding that state’s electoral votes to the wrong candidate.

Even though the 2012 election was not close, a shift of just 63 electoral votes would have completely flipped the result.

Voter fraud in just a handful of counties in a few swing states could do just that.

PILF says they will “monitor responses by the 141 counties and remedial clean-up efforts.”

“Federal law requires that a party sending a notice letter wait 90 days before filing a lawsuit.  The entire list of counties who received the notice letter can be found here,” PILF reports.