This may explain the strange nightly phenomenon of flashlights beaming in cemeteries across the nation, as Democrats copy names from tombstones into their voter registration rolls.
DNC Vows to Increase Voter Rolls, Fight Voter ID in Run-Up to Midterms
WASHINGTON – Members of the Democratic National Committee’s (DNC) resolutions committee approved a series of platform points at the annual winter meeting, including a measure on voter ID with an eye to upcoming midterm elections.
Hundreds of members from all around the country converged in D.C. last week to debate resolutions and rules as well as organize their “ground game” ahead of November elections.
The DNC also introduced on Thursday a new voter expansion project aimed at increasing voter registration and turnout ahead of the midterm elections. The program would vary by state depending on state laws and will deploy staff to help register and educate voters.
Donna Brazile, vice chair for voter registration and participation at the DNC, said the program will make sure that “elections are free, and fair, and accessible to all Americans [living or dead].”