GOVERNOR CHAFEE WAS ELECTED BY A WHOPPING 16.8% OF THE ELIGIBLE VOTE ©

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AND ALL THE CANDIDATES COMBINED RECEIVED 46.3%

The 2012 election in the State of Rhode Island for the major offices of Governor, and so on, drew 342,290 registered voters out of a total number of 732,236 eligible registered voters. This figure does not count the many thousands who have given up on the process and are no longer registered to vote. This means that a little over 40% of the registered voters went to the polls or filed a mail-in ballot.

Now, this is where it gets interesting. Governor Chafee won the election by receiving 123,571 votes of the 342,290 votes cast, or 36% of all votes cast. But he only received 16.8% of all the eligible votes.

Linc Chafee is sitting as our Governor because he was elected by less than 17% of all those eligible to vote. In fact, all the candidates put together only received 46.3%.

WE, WHO NO LONGER VOTE, ARE THE POLITICAL MAJORITY.

We make up the remainder 53.7%. So, if you want anything to change please register to vote before the end of October. If you are eligible to vote but not registered, please get registered; and if you are registered but need to update your voter information, please do it before October. We can take this State back and we can do it in such numbers that their corrupted voting machines won’t even be able to save them without exposing how it has all been rigged.

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Just think about what I’m proposing to do here. I’m proposing to take back what we never lost, but thought that we did. I’m proposing that we show the insane powers that be that our Constitution still exists and that it has never stopped protecting us. And I’m proposing to do it all by November – the day of this year’s election.

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