55K ILLEGAL ALIENS ON NEVADA’S VOTER ROLES ACCORDING TO FBI SOURCES

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55K ILLEGAL ALIENS ON NEVADA’S VOTER ROLES ACCORDING TO FBI SOURCES

http://360daily.net/55k-illegal-aliens-on-nevadas-voter-roles-according-to-fbi-sources-2/


In April 2017, Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske issued a letter to the Director of the DMV to cease and desist registering non-citizens to vote. Cegavske went on to accuse the DMV of facilitating voter fraud. Cegavske, in the letter, accused DMV workers of knowingly and illegally registering green card holders to vote. Green card holders are non-citizens in the country legally with a visa. But only U.S. citizens are allowed to vote in U.S. elections. Cegavscke then claimed around eleven illegal aliens may have voted in the general election and her office is continuing her investigation.

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Re: 55K ILLEGAL ALIENS ON NEVADA’S VOTER ROLES ACCORDING TO FBI SOURCES
« Reply #1 on: October 26, 2017, 02:43:30 PM »
that was the whole Heller selection in Las vegas ,... to voter fraud ... 

http://www.msnbc.com/msnbc/some-mcdaniel-supporters-loss-must-be-down-voter-fraud

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sharron_Angle
Sharron Elaine Angle (born Sharron Elaine Ott; July 26, 1949) is an American politician who served as a Republican member of the Nevada Assembly from 1999 to 2007. She ran unsuccessfully as the 2010 Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate seat in Nevada,[2] garnering 45 percent of the vote. On September 15, 2013 she was unanimously elected the fifth President of the National Federation of Republican Assemblies, and resigned in 2016 to run again for the Nevada U.S. Senator position being vacated by Harry Reid but failed to win the Republican primary. 3]
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2010 run for U.S. Senate[edit]

Main article: United States Senate election in Nevada, 2010

On April 15, 2010, she received an endorsement for the U.S. Senate race from the Tea Party Express[16] at a rally in the nation's capital.[clarification needed][17] The next day, she received an endorsement from conservative talk radio personality Mark Levin[18] and she was endorsed by several other conservative individuals and organizations, including the Club for Growth,[19] Sarah Palin,[20] Samuel "Joe the Plumber" Wurzelbacher,[21] singer Pat Boone,[22] and Phyllis Schlafly.[23] Angle ultimately won the June 8, 2010 primary, capturing 40.09% of the vote, and beating Sue Lowden (26.11%), Danny Tarkanian (23.29%), and John Chachas (3.94%).

A June 9, 2010, Rasmussen Reports post-primary poll showed her leading incumbent Senator Harry Reid by a margin of 50% to 39%.[24] A July 2010 poll showed Reid leading Angle by seven points.[25]

The change of margin, 18% in less than a month, is the largest in Senate elections history.[25]

 Wikinews has related news: Nevada Republican opposes Angle for US Senate over 'extreme' anti-abortion position

Some prominent Republicans[26] opposed her candidacy. Immediately after the primary, the Republican mayor of Reno, Bob Cashell, who backed Lowden in the Republican primary, endorsed Reid for the general election, calling Angle an "ultra-right winger".[27][28] Other notable Republicans supporting Harry Reid included Sig Rogich, a former campaign staffer for Ronald Reagan and assistant to President George H. W. Bush;[27] Geno Martini, the Republican mayor of Sparks;[29] Republican State Senator and Minority Leader William Raggio;[30][31] Dema Guinn, the widow of Kenny Guinn, Republican Governor of Nevada;[32] and former Lieutenant Governor Sue Wagner.[33]

On October 3, Nevada's largest newspaper, the Las Vegas Review-Journal endorsed her bid for U.S. Senate against Reid.[34] That same month, Nevada Tea Party candidate Scott Ashjian released a tape to the media of a recorded conversation he had with Angle where she asked him to drop out of the race. In the tape, Angle speaks candidly about her campaign and says that she cannot defeat Reid with Ashjian on the ballot.[35][36]

One of Angle's campaign ads aired on television late in her campaign entitled "The Wave" was cited as racist and despicable by Sen. Robert Menendez.[37]

On election day, Reid defeated Angle by a margin 50.3% to 44.6%.

Avoidance of the press and disputes with them[edit]

Angle was criticized during the campaign for largely avoiding answering questions from the press, both local[38] and national.[39] In September, the Las Vegas Review-Journal sued her for copyright infringement after she allegedly posted entire articles from the publication on her campaign website without permission.[40] After the campaign ended, it was revealed that the campaign developed a code word to alert office workers if the media entered campaign headquarters: "It's time to water the plants


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sue_Lowden
Suzanne "Sue" Pluskoski Lowden (/ˈloʊdən/; born February 8, 1952)[2][3] is the former Chairwoman of the Nevada Republican Party and a former state senator in Nevada. Lowden is a former businesswoman, television news anchor and kindergarten teacher. Lowden was an unsuccessful candidate for the Republican nomination in the 2010 United States Senate election in Nevada and the 2014 Nevada Lt. Governor election.

A native of New Jersey, Lowden is a graduate of American University and Fairleigh Dickinson University. She served as a state senator for Nevada from 1993 to 1997. During her four years in the state legislature, she held the senior leadership position of majority whip.
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On October 1, 2009, Lowden announced her bid for the Republican nomination for US Senate.[10] Her main opponents in the Republican primary were businessman Danny Tarkanian and former State Assemblywoman Sharron Angle. Had Lowden won the republican primary, she would have run against U.S. Senator Harry Reid, the Senate Majority Leader. She earned endorsements from Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity,[11] Jeri Thompson, the Susan B. Anthony List,[12] and former Nevada Governor Robert List.[13]

Politico named Lowden's campaign one of "the worst" of 2010 stating "if Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid wins re-election in Nevada, it will likely be thanks to those 14 words spoken by Republican challenger Sue Lowden", referring to Lowden's statement regarding "bringing a chicken to a doctor." Politico also cited controversy over Lowden's use of a campaign supporter's RV, and "an inept response to a question about the Civil Rights Act" as reasons.[14]
Behold, happy is the man whom God correcteth: therefore despise not thou the chastening of the Almighty: For he maketh sore, and bindeth up: he woundeth, and his hands make whole ; He shall deliver thee in six troubles: yea, in seven there shall no evil touch thee. - Job 5