Pappas Shut Down by JudgeFarr Keeps Her Supervisor Seat
Monday, March 16, 2009
Farr prevailed in a contest of her November 4 election by challenger Steve Pappas in court Monday. The election contest was filed more than two months ago, with Pappas’s team alleging widespread fraud during the voter registration process and a failure by the County Registrar’s office to find many errors in 18 precincts that include voters in Isla Vista and UCSB."
Pappas the PersistentBrings Election Dispute to Appeals Court
Wednesday, September 8, 2010
Santa Barbara County Presidential General Election November 4, 2008 Certified Results
Registered Voters 204440 - Cards Cast 176562.... 86.36%
Number. Report Precinct 318 - Number. Reporting 318 100.00%
Total votes cast for PRESIDENT/VICE PRESIDENT 2008 in Santa Barbara County
Polling ......... VBM........Total .......Number of Precincts.... Precincts Reporting 100%
84079............ 91328..... 175407 .................318 .................................318
So here is the point I am trying to make. If the 45% or 79,346 of total votes for the 2008 election represents the maximum persons who could vote using a polling place in Santa Barbara County. So than how do we have a vote count of 84,079 in the example above that is credited to polling, mathematically it is not possible? There is all the proof I feel Mr. Pappas or his legal team should need to challenge the corruption and voter fraud from the 11 2008 election.
Top 15 stories of 2008
By ERIC LINDBERG AND COLBY FRAZIER — Dec. 31, 2008
7. ELECTION: While the nation’s attention focused on a high-profile presidential race that ended in the election of the United States’ first black president, a record turnout and several close races kept local elections officials working well into November.
Residents throughout the County of Santa Barbara voted in droves, lofting turnout figures to 86.3 percent. Nearly 55 percent of the 176,562 votes were cast by mail.
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