Hattiesburg Fireman and Jones County Resident Joe Anderson and Wife Carmon Allegedly Voted Illegally in Election

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CLICK TO ENLARGE  Joe Anderson signed a sworn affidavit under penalty of perjury that he resided at his Jones county residence. He received a homestead tax credit for 2012. Anderson and his wife both voted in the election.

Hattiesburg Fireman Joe Anderson, stationed at the Tatum Park precinct, and his wife Carmon Yvette Anderson voted in the September 24th election and did so illegally according to documents uncovered by investigators with the Hattiesburg Patriot.  Anderson went in to pay the Jones County tax bill on February 1, 2013 and the assessor in Jones County allowed Anderson to file a Class 1 affidavit swearing under penalty of perjury that Anderson had lived in and claimed Homestead for the year 2012. After filing the "Class 1 Affidavit the assessor voided the original 4,300.00 tax bill and adjusted the fee in essence back-dating his homestead to 2012, lowering the fee from 4300.00 to 2876.00.   Anderson also has his vehicles registered in Jones County.   Anderson also claimed his home in Hattiesburg as homestead at the same time as the home in Jones county. The Forrest County Tax Assessor has since revoked the homestead exemption for the Hattiesburg home.

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CLICK TO ENLARGE This document shows Joe Anderson and his wife claimed dual homestead tax exemptions for the two properties they own. It is only legal to claim one residence under the homestead tax exemption, and that must be your primary residence.

Anderson is a fireman at the Tatum road precinct and both he and his wife are not the only people to have voted in the election who didn't live in Hattiesburg. The Hattiesburg Patriot will release the names and evidence of other voters who were not Hattiesburg residents, and who voted in the election.  It is not yet clear if Anderson and his wife voted in the June 4th election, or the May primary. Each instance of illegal voting is potentially another crime.

The Hattiesburg Patriot ask that citizens honk their horns when passing the Tatum Park Fire Precinct in protest of illegal voting.

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19 thoughts on “Hattiesburg Fireman and Jones County Resident Joe Anderson and Wife Carmon Allegedly Voted Illegally in Election

  1. Dallas Tucker

    This will continue ( corruption/ discrimination/ voter fraud/ etc.) until we as a city/community get rid of Dumbpree and his cronies, he has got to be VOTED out of office in order for the City to see a difference, NOT UNTIL THEN!!

    1. John Piven

      I mean you are making a comment on a subject that you know nothing about. They know how to fight fire, they do it because cowards like you aren’t man enough to do that job. How dare you criticize them for having bigger balls than you!

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