Sunday, February 12, 2012

Maine Caucus Strange Results Point To Fraud

World Under Control

Editor's Note:   The following was reported by the Paul campaign.

"In Washington County – where Ron Paul was incredibly strong – the caucus was delayed until next week just so the votes wouldn’t be reported by the national media today.

Of course, their excuse for the delay was 'snow'.

That’s right.  A prediction of 3-4 inches – that turned into nothing more than a dusting - was enough for a local GOP official to postpone the caucuses just so the results wouldn’t be reported tonight.

This is Maine we’re talking about.

The Girl Scouts had an event today in Washington County that wasn’t cancelled. "

It may have been an unoffical and non-binding Caucus which was more like a straw poll, however the results from the Maine Caucus has raised some serious questions.

Early reports from showed that Ron Paul had won by quite some margin and even broke it down into counties.

However the official result was a win for Mitt Romney by only a few  hundred votes despite the fact that we don’t have 100% of precincts  reporting their results. told World Under Control;

“We only post verified results. We will continue to update as we get verified results from our own trusted sources.”

“We are not using the GOP’s “official” numbers, like Google is.”
Watch the vote 2012 have also confirmed they would raise a query over any discrepancy between their figures and the GOP’s.

We must demand answers to the following;
  • How can they announce a winner when 100% of the votes haven’t been counted especially when it’s a close result
  • Where is the official results for each county
  • Why is the rest of Maine’s caucus results (17%) not going to be counted when it takes place

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