New Jersey Rolls Include Duplicate, Centenarian, and Unborn Voters
Fred Lucas / @FredLucasWH / June 07, 2022
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New Jersey resident Patrick DePaola first registered to vote in June 1927. A 50-year employee as a printer for The New York Times, he died at age 105 more than a decade ago, in December 2010.
But DePaola, who lived in Bayonne, remains listed as an “active” voter and is among 2,398 registered voters in New Jersey who appear to be 105 or older.
That’s according to a new report by the election watchdog group Public Interest Legal Foundation, which notes that the average life expectancy in New Jersey is just under 81.
But ages in the Garden State get even more unusual, the report indicates.
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And both of the established “parties” are just fine with it.
Maybe if we eliminate “voting” then we could get an honest count.
I’d like smaller subdivisions electing a representative. Then that rep could cast the appropriate number of votes. All building up to the 21 county reps voting for state wide offices.
Not to hard to imagine. Just impossible to get the oligarchy out.