Category Archives: Election Fraud

Gunn Loses Appeal To DE High Court

After Four Different Counts, In An Election That Gunn Initially Won, Gunn Loses In Delaware's High Court. In one of Delaware's Strangest and most obvious cases of voter election fraud, Lamarr Gunn's run for the Kent County, Recorder of Deeds bid to regain the seat, he clearly won, was rejected by Delaware's Supreme Court. The election results indicated that Gunn won the election by two votes. State election laws dictates an automatic recount of votes, in an election that close. The absentee ballots were counted three times and in the first two recounts, Gunn won. Betty Lou McKenna won the last recount by two votes, at a late night count and the Board of Canvass certified that count in a late night session, after most people had gone home. Mr. Gunn then appealed to the State Superior Court. A recount of the absentee ballots was ordered by the court, and once again a hand count Read more

La Mar Gunn Has His Day before the Supreme Court

The video is here. The last race of the 2014 election is not over. The Delaware High Court heard La Mar Gunn’s appeal of the declared tie in the 2014 election Wednesday.

The toughest issue is the bar for malconduct being shown by the Board of Canvass. It seems everyone admits mistakes have been made, but the attitude of Democrats is tough luck to the people who voted for the winner of the Recorder of Deeds Race in Kent County last November. Will technical arguments carry the day? We will update you on the ruling when we receive one.

Delaware N.A.A.C.P. Takes Action on LaMar Gunn’s Stolen Election

Guest Post By: Jahi Issa Ph.D On November 17th, 2014, the Delaware N.A.A.C.P Sent this letter to: Governor Jack Markell Delaware Attorney General Joseph R. Biden III U.S. Justice Department, Voting Rights Acts &Civil Rights Division Ms. Elaine Manlove, State Election Commissioner Please consider this a formal complaint and request for an investigation into the November 4, 2014 election for the position of Recorder of Deeds in Kent County Delaware. The Delaware State Conference of Branches of the NAACP is making this request because a candidate who was declared the winner of the Election on November 4, 2014 has had his rights denied. This was brought about as the election results were over turned in a so-called recount performed by the Kent County board of Canvass. The NAACP has been informed by the candidate that there were several recounts of the absentee ballots performed Read more

Delaware’s Black Caucus, Suggests Racial Discrimination In letter to Delaware Dept. of Elections

Guest Post By: Jahi Issa Ph.D Cross-posted on: https://www.redstate.com/diary/delawarewindjammer/2014/11/14/delawares-black-caucus-suggests-racial-discrimination-letter-dept-elections/ November 14, 2014 Re: La Mar Gunn vs Delaware Department of Elections The Delaware Black Caucus (the caucus) hereby writes this letter of complaint regarding determinations made by the Delaware Department of Elections (the Department) and the Kent County Board of Canvas in the Recorder of Deeds election held in Kent County Delaware on November 4, 2014. We are specifically requesting that you and your office fully investigate the processes and procedures utilized in deciding the outcome of the election and further request that no one be sworn into office until your investigation is complete. The caucus has good cause to fear that impropriety and racial discrimination may have taken place in Read more

The Stolen Election of Lamar Gunn

Guest Post By: Jahi Issa Ph.D This content added at the request of the author …The Democrats maintained their control in part because of the Poll Tax legislation they had enacted in 1873 to prevent Blacks, and anyone else the Democrat assessors didn’t like, from voting. Fraud was rampant throughout Delaware’s voting system… Carol E. Hoffecker, Democracy in Delaware: The Story of the First State General Assembly “After passage of the Fifteenth Amendment, the Democratic Party Declared itself the White Man’s Party…” in the State of Delaware. David P. Peltier, Border State Democracy: A History of Voting in Delaware, 1682-1897 The Beginning of Redemption and the New Post Reconstruction Era in America, Part 1 On November 4, 2014 Candidate for the Republican Party, Mr. Lamar Gunn was democratically elected to the Office of Recorder of Deeds in Kent County, by a Read more