Judge rules on illegal voters | Rutland Herald
The vote fraud case in Victory, Vermont, concluded with 11 "voters" being removed from the town checklist. For this small, Vermont community it meant a full 13 percent of registered voters were illegitimate, and these illegitimate votes were more than enough to alter the outcomes of elections. What's truly alarming about this case is that the root problem had more to do with election officials — either stubbornly ignorant or flat-out corrupt — than with the nonresident voters. It's hard to blame the outof towners who were told repeatedly and defended by those in charge that what they were doing was OK. As Judge Thomas Devine stated in his decision, "... this is a situation where the facts as found by the BCA do not support the legal conclusion of residency." In other words, the election officials did not understand the law, and, as a result, allowed many people to vote illegally. The Victory BCA argued that nonresidents who were eligible to vote because they had an "intent" to establish...
An examination of vote fraud found 13% of registered voters ineligible to vote. Rampant fraud is present.