Donald Trump’s Official Voter Registration Records Have Been Leaked – Hold On To Your Hats, This Could Be Devastating!


 

Donald Trump’s official voter registration history has been released, with results that may be shocking to some of his followers. This could cause some major concerns to those following the campaign.

I was just kidding about the “Devastating” part, to get some of my Liberal friends to read the article.

One rumor can be put to rest. The Daily Mail released Donald Trump’s official voting record showing that he was a registered Republican since at least 1980, throwing water on the theory that he was at one time a Democrat.

Copies of the official registration record show that he was a registered Republican since at least 1980, throwing water on the theory that he was at one time a Democrat.

A political operative who consults with a GOP Trump opponent provided the document to DailyMail.com.

They show election dates when each Trump voter, what type of ballot they used (for instance, R for ‘regular’ and A for ‘absentee’) and a column marked ‘voter type’ – always R for ‘registered,’ according to a New York City elections division clerk.

A clerk who answered a call Thursday at the New York City Board of Elections said the records, as dictated over the phone, were accurate.

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7 comments

  1. sigforum · January 29, 2016

    No doubt the opposition will claim the records are FALSE!

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  2. Susan Fullerton · March 20, 2016

    Let me start out by saying that Mr. Trump has never denied any of the below facts. He has useful idiots do that for him.

    I’ve spent a lot of time at boards of election here in New York and know a great deal about this topic. So let me explain the document that you posted. I’ll tell you what it shows and, more importantly, what it doesn’t show.

    The first column is easy enough. It has dates. You might be interested in knowing that, since 1988, your own document reveals that Mr. Trump has never voted in a presidential primary election in any party. Had he done so, you’d see an entry in March or April of any presidential election year. Let’s hope he does so this year.

    The second column is straightforward, too. It denotes General (GE) or Primary (PR) election. Mr. Trump did vote in primary elections in 2013 (NYC Mayor Republican) and in 2010 (Republican primaries for governor and two US senate contests.

    Now your confusion occurs where “R” appears in the next two columns. R here stands for regular and not Republican. In 2006 and 2004, you’ll see codes “A” and “B” not “R.” Those mean that Trump didn’t vote regularly, but by absentee ballot. The last column denotes the type of voter. R again stands for regular. Other possible codes would be (M) for military voters, (P) permanently disabled voters (who needn’t apply for absentee ballots annually) or (F) federal voters (those who’ve emigrated but can still vote in federal elections).

    So the document you produced doesn’t prove Mr. Trump has been a lifelong GOPer. It does prove that he’s not bothered himself to vote in a presidential primary since 1988. Shame on him.

    Here’s his “enrollment” history:

    * JULY 1987: At age 41 Trump registers for the first time. Trump enrolls as a REPUBLICAN.

    * OCTOBER 1999: Trump dumps the GOP and enrolls as a member of the INDEPENDENCE PARTY. Note that he tried to run for president a year later in 2000 as its candidate.

    * AUGUST 2001: Trump enrolls as a DEMOCRAT.

    * SEPTEMBER 2009: After eight years as a Democrat, Trump returns to the REPUBLICAN PARTY.

    * DECEMBER 2011: Trump lasts two years before he again abandons the party of Ronald Reagan. He eschews the GOP in favor of siding with no party. On his registration form, he checks off the box marked “I DO NOT WISH TO ENROLL IN A PARTY.” We call such folks “blanks.”

    * APRIL 2012: Trump registers as a REPUBLICAN.

    Now, this, as Senator Kennedy once said, “is water under the bridge.” I’m no big fan of the GOP. Several members of my immediate family belong to the Conservative Party here in New York. FIVE changes is a bit much though.

    Whoever posted that image in the first place and told you that Trump has always been a Republican misinformed you. Consider that tidbit when evaluating other information that source or similar sources provide. I fact check everything I post.

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    • Ball Buster · July 26

      And where are your documents?

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      • megalithii · August 18

        Right, because the above document CAN’t be faked and Trump admitted he was a registered Democrat in the past. This was proven to be a hoax a long time ago. Grow a brain.

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  3. Patricia Blount · March 20, 2016

    W hat difference does it make which party affiliation he was in? People are allowed to vote for whomever they want to vote for and can switch parties from republican to independent or democrat esp. if the person running looks more favorable to them. I have switched myself so it is in jmy opinion complaining about nothing. People like him cause he is not part of the demonic corrupted political system and we are sick of the corruption and liars these lawyer politicians do all t he time. Hell fires are going to be full of judges, lawyers, politicians big time and liars go there also!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  4. AveHurley of ArtRave · March 21, 2016

    Reblogged this on Pitbull Politics.

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  5. Garlin · July 29

    Ttof course people can switch. But few voters want candidates that flip back and forth. They are not committed to one party but are simply opportunists. And if you stopped to think for half a mi ute, you’d realize the U.S. Uses a secret ballot? We do not keep a record of how people vote.

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