The Oregon Motor Voter Act Stopped a Trump Upset in The Beaver State
I have written at length about Alaska’s imminent decline into blue state status. The “Republican” state legislature is doing everything it legally can do to eventually turn Alaska into a smaller version of Oregon, including automatic registration through the Permanent Fund Dividend (PFD), and experimenting with an all mail-in special election this summer. Alaska has trended heavily in favor of Democrats since 2004 and will likely put forth a race within ten points in the next presidential election.
Oregon began tinkering with Vote By Mail (VBM) in the 1980s, entrenched the fraudulent processes in the late 1990s, and had their first presidential election with VBM in 2000. They had a tight race in 2000 between Bush and Gore, a slightly larger Democrat margin in 2004, and then exploded in mega-Democrat status in 2008, backing Obama’s first candidacy by more than 16 points. More on why Vote By Mail must be abolished can be found by reading Point IV of the Ten Points to True Election Integrity.
In order to use Vote By Mail to manipulate election results in favor of radical leftists, counties must create a “credit line,” as described by Dr. Douglas Frank, with their voter rolls. Alaska’s automatic registration through the PFD has created this credit line for the emerging Vote By Mail push to result in historic Democrat wins in the near future, such as the flip of Anchorage Borough to Joe Biden in 2020. Oregon Governor Kate Brown’s method of creating a more generous credit line was to sign the Oregon Motor Voter Act into law in 2016. You can see below that she appears happier than a pig in cow flop while executing the final document (because she realizes Oregon will never vote Republican as long as mass mail-in balloting and filthy voter rolls persist).
You can read more about the importance of cleaning out the voter rolls here. A clean voter roll is the foundation of a clean election, whereas a filthy one is the foundation of a filthy election. Radicals in Oregon knew the state’s working class voters were abandoning the Democrats in droves (proven by Donald Trump’s flip of Columbia County in 2016, which was the first time that county appeared in Republican red presidentially since 1928), so they knew they had to act to fortify their stranglehold on power. Oregon last sent a Republican slate of electors to the Electoral College in 1984, when Ronald Reagan won a national landslide in re-election.
President Trump appears, on a trend line analysis considering population growth, voter registration (30 of 36 counties in Oregon became more Republican in Trump’s term), and voter behavior, to either have been in line to win Oregon outright, or lose in razor-thin fashion.
Unfortunately for Trump, while Barack Obama was only able to add 94,000 votes to John Kerry’s 2004 total as McCain plummeted by well over 100,000, the people of Oregon had been waiting decades for a chance to support a candidate of Joe Biden’s caliber, giving the senile political retread a gain of 338,000 votes over Clinton’s 2016 total, even as the Republican incumbent posted a record Republican gain of 176,000 net new votes (see below).
How were Biden’s margins achievable? Thank motor voter and the perils of combining Vote By Mail and already corrupt voter rolls with an automatic voter registration system that admits anything and everything, including non-citizens, duplicate voters, and phantom (non-existent) voters without protest. Let’s look at the top 3 voting counties in Oregon in terms of total ballots cast in 2020.
Registration database found here.
2004 Dem. Win Margin: 44.43%, 161,146 votes
New Voters Added 2004-08: -2,699 voters
2008 Dem. Win Margin: 56.08%, 204,525 votes
2008 Net New Dem. Votes: +20,111 votes
2008 Net New Rep. Votes: -23,268 votes
Net New Voters Added 2008-12: +19,660 voters
2012 Dem. Win Margin: 54.72%, 199,585 votes
2012 Net New Dem. Votes: -4,809 votes
2012 Net New Rep. Votes: +131 votes
Net New Voters Added 2012-16: +58,715 voters
2016 Dem. Win Margin: 56.27%, 224,607 votes
2016 Net New Dem. Votes: +17,674 votes
2016 Net New Rep. Votes: -7,348 votes
Net New Voters Added 2016-20: +62,194 voters
2020 Dem. Win Margin: 61.31%, 284,254 votes
2020 Net New Dem. Votes: +74,688 votes
2020 Net New Rep. Votes: +15,041 votes
2004 Dem. Win Margin: 6.01%, 13,917 votes
New Voters Added 2004-08: +5,886 voters
2008 Dem. Win Margin: 22.13%, 52,359 votes
2008 Net New Dem. Votes: +20,404 votes
2008 Net New Rep. Votes: -22,038 votes
Net New Voters Added 2008-12: +18,460 voters
2012 Dem. Win Margin: 17.43%, 41,317 votes
2012 Net New Dem. Votes: -6,253 votes
2012 Net New Rep. Votes: +4,789 votes
Net New Voters Added 2012-16: +48,221 voters
2016 Dem. Win Margin: 26.02%, 60,054 votes
2016 Net New Dem. Votes: +17,960 votes
2016 Net New Rep. Votes: -10,777 votes
Net New Voters Added 2016-20: +46,039 voters
2020 Dem. Win Margin: 34.61%, 110,867 votes
2020 Net New Dem. Votes: +56,689 votes
2020 Net New Rep. Votes: +15,876 votes
2004 Rep. Win Margin: 1.32%, 2,562 votes
New Voters Added 2004-08: -1,338 voters
2008 Dem. Win Margin: 10.36%, 19,881 votes
2008 Net New Dem. Votes: +8,347 votes
2008 Net New Rep. Votes: -14,096 votes
Net New Voters Added 2008-12: +1,691 voters
2012 Dem. Win Margin: 3.65%, 6,901 votes
2012 Net New Dem. Votes: -7,983 votes
2012 Net New Rep. Votes: +4,997 votes
Net New Voters Added 2012-16: +39,346 voters
2016 Dem. Win Margin: 6.40%, 13,703 votes
2016 Net New Dem. Votes: +6,602 votes
2016 Net New Rep. Votes: -200 votes
Net New Voters Added 2016-20: +40,040 voters
2020 Dem. Win Margin: 11.07%, 28,534 votes
2020 Net New Dem. Votes: +36,948 votes
2020 Net New Rep. Votes: +22,117 votes
Net New Dem Votes Pre-Motor Voter (With New Registrations):
2008: 20,111 (-2,699 RV)
2012: -4,809 (+19,660 RV)
2008: 20,404 (+5,886 RV)
2012: -6,253 (+18,460 RV)
2008: +8,347 (-1,338 RV)
2012: -7,983 (+1,691 RV)
Net New Dem Votes Post-Motor Voter (With New Registrations):
2016: 17,674 (+58,715 RV)
2020: 74,688 (+62,194 RV)
2016: 17,960 (+48,221 RV)
2020: 56,689 (+46,039 RV)
2016: 6,602 (+39,346 RV)
2020: 36,948 (+40,040 RV)
Even with stout increases for Donald Trump from 2016, the Democrats managed to increase their winning margin in these three counties by over 125,000 votes in four years thanks largely to the corruption in the voter registry, combined with mail balloting and paid harvesters to do the heavy lifting of getting all of those mail ballots returned. This does not take into effect the same impact from other large counties or mid-sized Republican strongholds, such as Deschutes County, which flipped from the Trump column despite a record vote gain.
The only solution for this crisis is to expose the crimes of 2020 and implement the Ten Points to True Election Integrity. It is the only way to tear down the mirage of a blue fortress in the Pacific Northwest, and to free the electorate in a way not seen in many decades. Fraudulent voter rolls and the mechanisms used to fill them are the foundation of a corrupt system of elections.