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Election Fraud? Barack Obama Won More Than 99 Percent Of The Vote In More Than 100 Ohio Precincts

November 12th, 2012

Michael Snyder: Barack Obama received more than 99% of the vote in more than 100 precincts in Cuyahoga County, Ohio on election day.  In fact, there were a substantial number of precincts where Mitt Romney got exactly zero votes.  So how in the world did this happen?  Third world dictators don’t even get 99% of the vote.  Overall, Mitt Romney received 30.12%of the vote in Cuyahoga County.  There were even a bunch of precincts in Cuyahoga County that Romney actually won.  But everyone certainly expected that Cuyahoga County would be Obama territory.  And in most of the precincts that is exactly what we saw - large numbers of votes for both candidates but a definite edge for Obama.  However, there are more than 100 precincts in Cuyahoga County where the voting results can only be described as truly bizarre.  Yes, we always knew that urban areas would lean very heavily toward Obama, but are we actually expected to believe that Obama got over 99% of the votes in those areas?  In more than 50 different precincts, Romney received 2 votes or less.  Considering how important the swing state of Ohio was to the national election, one would think that such improbable results would get the attention of somebody out there.  Could we be looking at evidence of election fraud hidden in plain sight?

Perhaps if there were just one or two precincts where Obama got more than 99% of the vote we could dismiss the results as “statistical anomalies” and ignore them.

But there were more than 100 precincts where this happened in the most important swing state in the nation.

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Maybe there is some rational explanation for the numbers that you are about to see.  If there is, I would really love to hear it.

What makes all of this even more alarming is that there were reports of voting machine problems during early voting in Ohio.  It was being reported that some voters were claiming that they tried to vote for Romney but that the voting machines kept recording their votes as votes for Obama…

“I don’t know if it happened to anybody else or not, but this is the first time in all the years that we voted that this has ever happened to me,” said Marion, Ohio, voter Joan Stevens. 

Stevens said that when she voted, it took her three tries before the machine accepted her choice to vote for Romney.

“I went to vote and I got right in the middle of Romney’s name,” Stevens told Fox News, saying that she was certain to put her finger directly on her choice for the White House.

She said that the first time she pushed “Romney,” the machine marked “Obama.”

So she pushed Romney again. Obama came up again. Then it happened a third time.

“Maybe you make a mistake once, but not three times,” she told Fox News.

The numbers that you are about to see are quite dramatic.  They come straight from the website of the Cuyahoga County board of elections.  Once again, I am not alleging that election fraud has actually taken place.  What I am saying is that these numbers look very, very strange and that somebody needs to start asking some questions.

Posted below are voting results from the presidential election from various precincts in Cuyahoga County, Ohio.  If you wish to verify these numbers, you can do so right here.  In each case, the specific precinct is identified first, followed by the number of votes for Obama and then the number of votes for Romney.

In this first set of Cuyahoga County precincts, Mitt Romney received exactly zero votes in each instance…

0154 CLEVELAND -02-Q: 542 - 0
0192 CLEVELAND -04-L: 388 - 0

0204 CLEVELAND -05-E: 597 - 0

0205 CLEVELAND -05-F: 483 - 0

0206 CLEVELAND -05-G: 257 - 0

0219 CLEVELAND -05-T: 386 - 0

0228 CLEVELAND -06-H: 405 - 0

0232 CLEVELAND -06-L: 70 - 0

0233 CLEVELAND -06-M: 419 - 0

0241 CLEVELAND -06-U: 118 - 0

0248 CLEVELAND -07-F: 361 - 0

0273 CLEVELAND -08-J: 472 - 0
0280 CLEVELAND -08-Q: 49 - 0

0285 CLEVELAND -09-B: 414 - 0

0288 CLEVELAND -09-E: 478 - 0

0523 EAST CLEVELAND -04-C: 486 - 0

Are we actually supposed to believe that not a single person wanted to vote for Mitt Romney in any of those precincts?

But wait, there’s more.

In this next set of results we get to see many of the precincts where Mitt Romney received exactly one vote…

0118 CLEVELAND -01-A: 438 - 1

0144 CLEVELAND -02-G: 532 - 1
0183 CLEVELAND -04-C: 548 - 1
0185 CLEVELAND -04-E: 522 - 1

0190 CLEVELAND -04-J: 434 - 1

0200 CLEVELAND -05-A: 364 - 1

0217 CLEVELAND -05-R: 357 - 1
0240 CLEVELAND -06-T: 148 - 1

0272 CLEVELAND -08-I: 473 - 1

0274 CLEVELAND -08-K: 382 - 1
0276 CLEVELAND -08-M: 492 - 1
0279 CLEVELAND -08-P: 378 - 1

0284 CLEVELAND -09-A: 320 - 1
0287 CLEVELAND -09-D: 394 - 1

0289 CLEVELAND -09-F: 468 - 1

0290 CLEVELAND -09-G: 400 - 1

0303 CLEVELAND -10-C: 471 - 1

0312 CLEVELAND -10-L: 363 - 1

0314 CLEVELAND -10-N: 340 - 1

0315 CLEVELAND -10-O: 473 - 1

0512 EAST CLEVELAND -02-D: 437 - 1

0513 EAST CLEVELAND -02-E: 359 - 1

1040 WARRENSVILLE HTS -02-A: 523 - 1

1041 WARRENSVILLE HTS -02-B: 514 - 1

Do these numbers look believable to anyone out there?

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Now let’s look at some of the Cuyahoga County precincts were Mitt Romney received exactly two votes…

0120 CLEVELAND -01-C: 531 - 2

0128 CLEVELAND -01-K: 470 - 2

0136 CLEVELAND -01-S: 635 - 2

0147 CLEVELAND -02-J: 541 - 2 

0148 CLEVELAND -02-K: 632 - 2

0149 CLEVELAND -02-L: 531 - 2

0153 CLEVELAND -02-P: 564 - 2

0155 CLEVELAND -02-R: 509 - 2
0187 CLEVELAND -04-G: 491 - 2

0188 CLEVELAND -04-H: 508 - 2

0194 CLEVELAND -04-N: 520 - 2

0211 CLEVELAND -05-L: 461 - 2

0213 CLEVELAND -05-N: 324 - 2

0222 CLEVELAND -06-B: 637 - 2

0225 CLEVELAND -06-E: 505 - 2

0226 CLEVELAND -06-F: 342 - 2

0234 CLEVELAND -06-N: 244 - 2

0236 CLEVELAND -06-P: 438 - 2
0249 CLEVELAND -07-G: 446 - 2

0250 CLEVELAND -07-H: 358 - 2

0251 CLEVELAND -07-I: 445 - 2

0253 CLEVELAND -07-K: 429 - 2

0256 CLEVELAND -07-N: 433 - 2

0262 CLEVELAND -07-T: 363 - 2
0269 CLEVELAND -08-F: 463 - 2

0270 CLEVELAND -08-G: 516 - 2

0278 CLEVELAND -08-O: 405 - 2

0302 CLEVELAND -10-B: 452 - 2

0311 CLEVELAND -10-K: 476 - 2

0511 EAST CLEVELAND -02-C: 319 - 2

0515 EAST CLEVELAND -03-A: 359 - 2

0516 EAST CLEVELAND -03-B: 459 - 2

0519 EAST CLEVELAND -03-E: 293 - 2

0526 EAST CLEVELAND -04-F: 517 - 2

0625 HIGHLAND HILLS -00-A: 377 - 2 

These numbers look even more bizarre when you start comparing them with the overall results from the rest of Cuyahoga County that you can find right here.

The results from most of the precincts look very much like what you would expect from a competitive national election.

But there are more than 100 precincts where the results look incredibly suspicious.  Here are some more precincts where Barack Obama won more than 99% of the vote…

0119 CLEVELAND -01-B: 558 - 4

0121 CLEVELAND -01-D: 452 - 3

0122 CLEVELAND -01-E: 671 - 5

0123 CLEVELAND -01-F: 704 - 6

0124 CLEVELAND -01-G: 543 - 3

0126 CLEVELAND -01-I: 674 - 4

0127 CLEVELAND -01-J: 687 - 4

0130 CLEVELAND -01-M: 781 - 4

0132 CLEVELAND -01-O: 615 - 4

0133 CLEVELAND -01-P: 733 - 5

0134 CLEVELAND -01-Q: 753 - 6

0135 CLEVELAND -01-R: 697 - 5
0142 CLEVELAND -02-E: 434 - 3

0145 CLEVELAND -02-H: 571 - 3

0150 CLEVELAND -02-M: 503 - 4

0151 CLEVELAND -02-N: 601 - 3
0152 CLEVELAND -02-O: 621 - 3

0156 CLEVELAND -02-S: 471 - 4

0157 CLEVELAND -03-A: 489 - 3

0184 CLEVELAND -04-D: 576 - 3
0186 CLEVELAND -04-F: 572 - 3
0189 CLEVELAND -04-I: 503 - 3

0191 CLEVELAND -04-K: 508 - 4

0193 CLEVELAND -04-M: 497 - 4

0195 CLEVELAND -04-O: 599 - 3

0196 CLEVELAND -04-P: 443 - 3

0199 CLEVELAND -04-S: 686 - 5

0203 CLEVELAND -05-D: 569 - 4

0207 CLEVELAND -05-H: 341 - 3

0210 CLEVELAND -05-K: 427 - 3

0212 CLEVELAND -05-M: 340 - 3

0216 CLEVELAND -05-Q: 461 - 4

0218 CLEVELAND -05-S: 515 - 5

0221 CLEVELAND -06-A: 701 - 3

0223 CLEVELAND -06-C: 462 - 4

0227 CLEVELAND -06-G: 401 - 3

0230 CLEVELAND -06-J: 475 - 4

0254 CLEVELAND -07-L: 447 - 4

0261 CLEVELAND -07-S: 449 - 4

0271 CLEVELAND -08-H: 552 - 4

0275 CLEVELAND -08-L: 499 - 3

0282 CLEVELAND -08-S: 517 - 4

0292 CLEVELAND -09-I: 423 - 4

0294 CLEVELAND -09-K: 445 - 4
0307 CLEVELAND -10-G: 428 - 4

0317 CLEVELAND -10-Q: 446 - 3

0320 CLEVELAND -10-T: 654 - 5

0510 EAST CLEVELAND -02-B: 401 - 4

0518 EAST CLEVELAND -03-D: 374 - 3

0520 EAST CLEVELAND -03-F: 457 - 3

0521 EAST CLEVELAND -04-A: 453 - 4

1045 WARRENSVILLE HTS -04-B: 598 - 4

1049 WARRENSVILLE HTS -06-B: 480 - 4

Once again, perhaps there is a rational explanation for all of this.

But I find it really hard to believe that one candidate would get more than 99% of the vote in more than 100 precincts in one of the most important counties in the most hotly contested swing state of the 2012 election.

Unfortunately, we may never know the truth about these election results.  We are just told that we can trust the voting machines and that we can trust whatever results they end up spitting out at us.

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Look, I don’t know what the truth is, but where there is smoke there is usually fire.  Voters reported tens of thousands of voting problems on election day, and it will be an absolute disgrace if those complaints are brushed under the rug now that the election is over.

Setting aside who won or who lost, the legitimacy of our elections if of the utmost importance.  If we cannot even trust the ballot box, what do we have left?

I sincerely hope that authorities in Ohio and in the other swing states will investigate some of the voting “irregularities” that are being reported.

Millions of Americans are watching, and if all of this just gets swept under the rug there are going to be a whole lot more people that will lose faith in these voting machines.

I know that I already have.

Written By Michael Snyder

Michael has an undergraduate degree in Commerce from the University of Virginia and a law degree from the University of Florida law school.   He also has an LLM from the University of Florida law school. Michael has worked for some of the largest law firms in Washington D.C., but now is mostly focused on trying to make a difference in the world.


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  1. Phil
    April 12th, 2014 at 15:54 | #1

    DUH! And DUH again! Bet those precincts you listed are ALL 100% Black precincts!

  2. Eric
    November 30th, 2012 at 11:37 | #2

    believe me, if this surprised anyone (like Karl Rove, who was watching Ohio extremely closely), the whiners in the Republican party would be all over it. ALL over it. So either they wanted Obama to be president while the rich go to galt’s gulch (i.e., they won the house and that is all that matters), or they don’t find these results that surprising.

  3. November 16th, 2012 at 12:38 | #3

    Hmmm… funny… I did a YouTube video, 10 days before the election, predicted how it would turn out, and said there would be fraud and things would be “fixed”, if you know what I mean. Everything that I stated in the video, came true. It’s on YouTube if you want to check it out. Just look for TheLazyComic on there, and look at my latest video.

  4. Quag
    November 15th, 2012 at 20:44 | #4

    Valerie :
    Precincts are *small* – very small, sometimes 200 voters, sometimes up to 600 voters. Obama won 96% of the black vote nationwide. So in a precinct that is predominantly black, you’d expect Romney to get only a handful of votes on average. In an urban environment, where Obama does better than Romney, you would expect the Romney % to be even lower. At first glance, 10 of the precincts where Romney had single digit votes were in Warrensville Heights — which is 90% black acc. to Wikipedia. BTW, Cuyahoga county has 1077 polling locations. So is it outrageous to think that 10% of them are nearly 100% black (in a county that is 30% black)? No, not at all.

    Val, With the African American community being inherently stupid, it’s fairly safe to surmise that at least 1 in 100 AA’s would not hit the desired button for whom they intended to vote for. So even in the tiniest precincts of 200 consisting of 100% African American female voters, you would find at minimum of two Romney votes. Just sayin.

  5. Mapsy57
    November 14th, 2012 at 14:28 | #5

    I found it interesting that the city of Philadelphia, all voted for Obama, none of them voted for Romnay. Does anyone else find this odd, that he won that area at 100%. Can we say CHEATER!

  6. Oy ve ishkibibble
    November 13th, 2012 at 22:11 | #6

    Scholarship!

  7. November 13th, 2012 at 21:21 | #7

    Commenters Rob, John, and Valerie all apparently did more research than the author of this article.

  8. greg
    November 13th, 2012 at 18:59 | #8

    If you take the results, and then group them them together (sort them) by the number of votes a candidate gets, it will obviously look fraudulent. It doesn’t necessarily mean that it is. For example, if there were 10 precincts that one candidate got 10 votes, and I pulled that data out of 100 precincts and presented it to you, all you are going to see is that the candidate got 10 votes repeatedly in those 10 precincts. Neat little trick, but not necessarily fraud.

    @Valerie

  9. Kage
    November 13th, 2012 at 14:19 | #9

    What were the breakdowns of Congressional or Senate candidate votes in the same precints? If there were more ballots cast for the Republicans in those races I’d be more inclined to believe that this was fraud or at best erroneous voting. However, it would not be unheard of in this area to have that slanted of a vote I don’t think. Keep in mind precints are small, sometimes just covering a single homogenous neighborhood.

  10. Brends
    November 13th, 2012 at 12:09 | #10

    Pathetic!!!get over it Obama won and if there was any fraud I am pretty sure someone would have alerted authorities right there and then, how convenient to say it now!!!!truly pathetic.

  11. Rob
    November 13th, 2012 at 12:01 | #11

    @Valerie

    Valerie,

    Excellent points. I did some digging on 1 result and did an overview of others, which all look the same. Here’s my results, looking only at the first polling location (with 0 Romney votes), Cleveland 02 – Q.

    This polling location is at an elementary school at 4092 E 146th St, Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio 44128. The US Census lists this address within census tract 1215 (http://factfinder2.census.gov), and identifies the census tract as 97.7% African American. There are 872 registered voters assigned to that polling location, which seems reasonable given that the Census Tract (which is NOT the same thing!) contains 2,188 souls >= 20 years of age.

    Furthermore, the Census tract contains 1,256 females >= 20 years of age. Most reasonable models suggest that women are more likely to vote for Obama, and I suspect that would be even more true for African American women.

    Given the widely reported figures of Obama receiving approximately 95% of the black vote and 55% of the female vote, or alternately 96% of the African American female vote (vs 87% of African American men), I do in fact find these to be believable figures.

    In other words it’s not all that surprising to me that a multi-millionaire who was caught on video bewailing people on government assistance received 0 votes in an area with a median HOUSEHOLD income of approx. $30,000 / year (again, US Census).

    A good question may be – why is that surprising to you?

  12. mary
    November 13th, 2012 at 03:02 | #12

    could you tell me how these exact numbers compare to the mccain election? If they are the same result as mccain, then I would think this was probably a true representation.

  13. John
    November 13th, 2012 at 00:01 | #13

    http://boe.cuyahogacounty.us/en-US/election-results-history.aspx

    Take a look at the previous POTUS elections. Nearly identical results as 2008, including 187 precincts that are 99% Obama. Also note very similar to 2004 (this is oddly the outlier of this four cycles) and 2000 in total and precinct numbers.

  14. Lizzie
    November 12th, 2012 at 19:17 | #14

    @Jason
    Jason, per the article, you can see the rest of the voting results at . . . http://boe.cuyahogacounty.us/pdf_boe/en-US/ElectionResults2012/11062012UnofficialResultsbyPrecinct.HTM

  15. Valerie
    November 12th, 2012 at 17:46 | #15

    Precincts are *small* – very small, sometimes 200 voters, sometimes up to 600 voters. Obama won 96% of the black vote nationwide. So in a precinct that is predominantly black, you’d expect Romney to get only a handful of votes on average. In an urban environment, where Obama does better than Romney, you would expect the Romney % to be even lower. At first glance, 10 of the precincts where Romney had single digit votes were in Warrensville Heights — which is 90% black acc. to Wikipedia. BTW, Cuyahoga county has 1077 polling locations. So is it outrageous to think that 10% of them are nearly 100% black (in a county that is 30% black)? No, not at all.

  16. Jason
    November 12th, 2012 at 16:50 | #16

    I would like to see the results of other races in those precincts and see if the results are plausible.

  17. Lynda wilson
    November 12th, 2012 at 11:58 | #17

    Someone just needs to talk to the PCO in some of these districts. Walking lists usually have identifiers as to party that could easily support or deny this info. Place to start anyway.

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