Kings County (Brooklyn)


Election Facts

  1. Kings County voter rolls maintained by the New York State board of Elections demonstrate that a 50,862 voter discrepancy exists between the Kiings County precinct vote tabulation count and the New York State Board of Elections, and a 4,371 voter discrepancy exists between the Kings County precinct vote tabulation count and the New York Secretary of State certified results. Additionally, a 55,233 vote discrepancy exists between the New York State Board of Elections and the Secretary of State regarding Kings County.
  2. Kings County voter rolls maintained by the New York State board of Elections demonstrate that there are 42,820 duplicate SBOEID numbers assigned, 445 of which voted.
  3. There are many registrations present in the New York City voter rolls but missing from the New York State voter rolls. At least 254,713 votes were cast in the New York State 2020 general election from these registrations.
  4. Kings County voter rolls maintained by the New York State board of Elections demonstrate that there are 421 voters purged with no purge date.
  5. Kings County voter rolls maintained by the New York State Board of Elections demonstrate that 86% of the voting age population of Kings County is registered to vote. The following age groups from 18-100 have in excess of 95% registration: 37-39, 41-44, 74 and 83-85. The following age groups from 18-100 have in excess of 100% registration: 90 (101%), 91 (110%), 92 (124%), 93 (134%), 94 (151%), 95 (172%), 96 (205%), 97 (259%), 98 (310%), 99 (358%) and 100(537%).
  6. Kings County voter rolls maintained by the New York State board of Elections demonstrate that 132 people voted with an out of county address.
  7. Kings County voter rolls maintained by the New York State board of Elections demonstrate that 2,188 people registered after the cutoff date, and voted on election day. 
  8. Kings County voter rolls maintained by the New York State board of Elections demonstrate that at least 242 people voted who were purged before November 3, 2020.
  9. Kings County voter rolls maintained by the New York State board of Elections demonstrate that at least 53 people voted who were older than the oldest living resident of the United States.
  10. Kings County voter rolls maintained by the New York State board of Elections demonstrate that 157 people voted from nursing homes, 55 people voted from 4 orphan charities, 61 people voted from 4 single family homes, 26 people voted from the Pratt Institute chemistry building, and 12 people voted from a UPS store.
  11. The total number of irregular votes in Kings County, as detailed above, is 58,551 votes, plus approximately 50,943 from “Kings County Facts #3,” for a total of 109,494 irregular votes.
  12. Analysis of the voter turnout in Kings County using the Dr. Frank age/turnout method reveals a 6 factor polynomial constant can predict the voter turnout by age with a 99.7% degree of accuracy. This demonstrates that the turnout records are not organic.

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