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Study Finds 'Questionable' Voters on Fayette County, Pa., Rolls
Fayette County Voter Registration
Read further material concerning the documented findings from a review of Fayette voter registration rolls by the independent
Voter Integrity Project, and a report issued by the Fayette County Grand Jury to the county commissioners (which has yet to
be publicly released, since 1998 - we're going on a near decade waiting for the full Grand Jury report).
Priortity Number 1 Become familiar with current election laws and your rights before you vote. It couldn't be easier
to read online, or print-out, the basics of voting in Pennsylvania elections, including how to cast a write-in vote either
using a paper ballot, or Direct Recording Electronic voting system.
Pennsylvania Voter Guide:
Vote Fix publisher, upon switching from "No Party" voter registration to "Republican" for the 2006 Primary and General
Elections, was asked by a local election bureau official if she was available to be a Judge of Election in a local precinct.
Of course, the opportunity to participate and contribute time hands-on in the election process came just at the right time.
For years, Vote Fix publisher, aka Citizen Mom (pacitizenmom), has researched election issues, made commentary to county commissioners
about election issues, and written about election fraud here and in letters-to-the-editor.
The experience as a duly authorized Judge of Election will be the subject of an upcoming piece after the November 7,
PA VOTING GUIDE
Who can register to vote?
Fayette news updates; see sidebar
contact PA State Department - elections bureau for information about the status of election laws and regulations regarding
Voter Identification for First Time Voters, Provisional Ballots, Absentee Ballots, domestic and overseas.