Will previously unregistered voters be the difference in U.S. Senate runoffs? | States of America

Will previously unregistered voters be the difference in U.S. Senate runoffs? | States of America 1


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39 Comments on "Will previously unregistered voters be the difference in U.S. Senate runoffs? | States of America"

  1. The dead ones might be the difference.

  2. Will previously illegally registered voters be the difference in U.S. Senate runoffs?

  3. you guys really want a 2nd Civil War don’t you?

  4. Electric Violin Effects | December 4, 2020 at 11:59 AM | Reply

    Laying the ground for more fraud.

  5. Sen. Parent seems a bit nervous.

    • hahaha, you see her squirm when they started talking about an audit… you should be hung for treason if found guilty. Can’t wait…

  6. 🤥🤥🤥🤥🤥🤥🤥🙄

  7. The media complaint about disinformation. So cute.

  8. Travis Collins | December 4, 2020 at 12:39 PM | Reply

    Yay more fraud being advertised

  9. The votes won’t matter as the fraud will continue. The government is a POS

  10. Give. Me. My. Stimulus. Check.

  11. Charlee Melanie | December 4, 2020 at 1:14 PM | Reply

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  12. With the lawsuits in full swing in Georgia…..the voter system will be closely watched for this runoff….the dims won’t be able to cheat like they did in the presidential run. We will see where the legitimate vote actually goes.

  13. Pelosi wanted money for all these socialist states who support illegals, they will get most of the money

  14. That’s why the rep wouldnt do it

  15. Any time Pelosi gets money , she will give it to places you don’t want it to go

  16. If they aren’t registered, then they can’t vote and they had to be registered BEFORE THE NOVEMBER 3rd ELECTION

  17. Wolfgang Helmut | December 4, 2020 at 2:21 PM | Reply

    The difference will be if there is rampant fraud from the Democrats or not.

  18. The deadline to register to vote for the Georgia senate runoff is MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2020.


  20. We seen the videos. The elections in Georgia are rigged.

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