Fair & Free Elections

Entrepreneurs for Free Enterprise Uncovers Irrefutable Evidence of Voter Fraud, Urges Action and Support in the Fight for Free and Fair Elections

The group of concerned entrepreneurs leads the charge for preserving American freedoms and the election process for all citizens, regardless of party affiliation

Rockville, MD – November 14, 2012 – In the wake of the 2012 Presidential Election, the Entrepreneurs for Free Enterprise (EFFE) is leading the charge for adequate investigations of alleged voter fraud and urges all Americans to continue the fight for free and fair elections across the country to preserve citizens’ voices and the continuation of the essential freedoms it was founded on.

The driving force behind the current call for review of potential voter fraud instances stems from EFFE’s ongoing mission to keep Americans informed about and engaged in current issues, regardless of party affiliation. Additionally, EFFE calls on all Americans to demand attention and media coverage be paid to these issues in order to determine the causes and depth of implications, and most importantly, to ensure they never happen again.

Particular examples in a number of critical swing states, such as Ohio and Florida, in the most recent Presidential Election, underscore the undeniable evidence of potentially fraudulent errors, inaccuracies, and omissions, that have the power to alter the course of the election outcome and, as a result, the lives and futures of Americans the world over. One such example on a petition posted on The White House’s “We the People” website cites a county in Ohio, a key battleground state, where President Obama received 106,258 votes, while the actual total of all eligible registered voters only amounted to 98,213. As the numbers clearly show and the petition states, “it is not humanly possible to get 108% of the vote.” Additionally, as reported by The Cuyahoga County Board of Elections and The Cleveland Plain Dealer, Obama received more than 99% of the vote in over 100 precincts in Cuyahoga County, with Romney receiving zero votes in some areas, and in more than 50 precincts, he received less than 2. At first glance these numbers seem bizarre and unlikely at best, but certainly worthy of concern. As The American Dream said of this data, “third world dictators don’t even get 99% of the vote.”

Central to the debate at present is the issue of passing Voter ID laws requiring all voters to show identification prior to casting their ballots. Such measures could also be instrumental in eliminating other instances of traditional voter fraud that have taken place on both sides of the aisle for years, including election swamping, resulting in system chaos, duplicates, errors, and inaccuracies. A recent report on Townhall.com adds significant evidence into the incidence of voter fraud in the national election, enabled in part by lack of adequate Voter ID systems and laws. According to The Columbus Dispatch, 20% of registered voters in Ohio are actually ineligible to vote and “in at least two counties in Ohio, the number of registered voters exceeded the number of eligible adults…of voting age.” Further, with the national average voting registration level at 70%, a reported voter registration rate of over 90% in 31 of Ohio’s 88 counties, which ultimately resulted in the 100,000 vote margin that rendered Obama victorious in this important swing state during this election, has also raised numerous red flags.

Similarly, in the 18th Congressional District of another key swing state, Florida, there were several issues of potential fraud documented in this most recent election, including vote inaccuracies, obstructions and hostile behavior of poll workers that many believe also critically affected the outcome of the elections, at the Presidential and local Congressional levels. In the Congressional race, incumbent Republican Allen West reported a near 2,000 vote lead on Democratic challenger, Patrick Murphy, on election night followed by a near-immediate trail of 2,400 votes approximately 35 minutes later that concluded the election in Murphy’s favor, according to FOX News. West’s team continues to fight for recount due to the close results of the election, echoing concerns about the integrity of the American electoral process as a whole. On the morning of November 14th, an article came out on WatchdogWire regarding potential voter fraud that stated that in Port St. Lucie County, FL, there was a 141% turnout on Election Day.

“This issue surpasses partisanship and cuts to the core of the American spirit,” EFFE Steering Committee Member, Robyn Sachs states. “It is imperative that we address these incidents of voter fraud that took place during this last election cycle, and continue to fight for freedom and equality in the election process in this country, to allow us to continue to enjoy the hard-earned freedoms that it was built on.”

About Entrepreneurs for Free Enterprise
Entrepreneurs for Free Enterprise is an organization founded in 2012 to educate the general public on the major issues surrounding the Presidential Election. Entrepreneurs for Free Enterprise organization takes it upon themselves to make sure that citizens are told the entire story to allow them to make an educated vote in November’s election with all the facts in front of them. For additional information on Entrepreneurs for Free Enterprise, please contact info@entrepreneursforfreeenterprise.org. General information can be obtained by accessing the organization’s web site at www.effe4usa.org, the organization’s Twitter page at @EFFE4USA or the organization’s Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/EFFE4USA.