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ACRU’s Blackwell: State legislators must defend citizens’ votes

Election protocols and vote integrity are the Constitutional purview of state legislators. As ACRU Action's Amb. Ken Blackwell notes, they must keep our votes secure, especially after liberal judges stole legislative power by green-lighting liberal anti-vote security lawsuits before the election.

By |2020-11-28T16:13:19+00:00November 28th, 2020|ACRU Commentary, Election Integrity, OPED, Vote Fraud|Comments Off on ACRU’s Blackwell: State legislators must defend citizens’ votes

Maryland Government Officials Threaten Churches While Releasing Prisoners

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan has ordered the early release of inmates while unleashing health departments to threaten the closure of churches, citing COVID health concerns.

By |2020-11-23T17:53:45+00:00November 23rd, 2020|First Amendment, Press Releases|Comments Off on Maryland Government Officials Threaten Churches While Releasing Prisoners

Detroit area judge throws out multiple affidavits describing fraud, just because

A Wayne County, Michigan, liberal judge elected in a 74% Democrat district, made this statement about allegation of blatant fraud and election interference at Detroit’s largest voting station: “the Plaintiffs' interpretation of events is incorrect.” How about “the judge’s overstepping his state and Constitutional authority by playing prosecutor and providing his own biased testimony is incorrect.”

By |2020-11-22T15:20:49+00:00November 22nd, 2020|Election Integrity, Front Page, News, Vote Fraud, Voter ID|Comments Off on Detroit area judge throws out multiple affidavits describing fraud, just because

Is postal incompetence or deliberate malfeasance responsible for missing votes?

Sometimes ballots magically appear, and sometimes they magically disappear. According to hundreds of GOP voters in the Keystone State, they requested and returned mail ballots, but their votes are not registered on state databases. This was discovered by a small sampling by a vote integrity task force, leading us to wonder how many other missing votes remain missing.

By |2020-11-22T15:17:10+00:00November 22nd, 2020|Absentee / Mail-in Voting, Early Voting, Election Integrity, Front Page, Vote Fraud, Voter ID, Voter Roll Maintenance|Comments Off on Is postal incompetence or deliberate malfeasance responsible for missing votes?

Not so peachy: All over Georgia, multiple cases of recount shenanigans reported

Carlos Silva is a registered Democrat in Georgia on the recount team. He thought recounted absentee ballots looked suspicious when they were flat and unfolded—an impossibility for ballots that come through the mail. Then he noticed 500 ballots in a row were marked for Biden, and other irregularities. Mr. Silva was one of many recounters who have filed Affidavits swearing to witnessing vote fraud during the process. Well done, Mr. Silva.

By |2020-11-22T15:14:11+00:00November 22nd, 2020|Election Integrity, Front Page, News, Vote Fraud|Comments Off on Not so peachy: All over Georgia, multiple cases of recount shenanigans reported

Ex-husband of deceased voter thinks he was awarded her ballot in divorce settlement

A woman who passed away in July managed to “vote” absentee in September courtesy of fraud by her ex-husband. As with every case when the memory of a deceased voter is dishonored through fraud, we wonder “where is all the fraud we cannot see?”

By |2020-11-22T15:10:18+00:00November 22nd, 2020|Election Integrity, Front Page, News, Vote Fraud|Comments Off on Ex-husband of deceased voter thinks he was awarded her ballot in divorce settlement

Taking advantage of the homeless

Carlos Antonio De Bourbon Montenegro and Marcos Raul Arevalo of Los Angeles have been accused of requesting 8,000 ballots in the names of homeless people and setting up postal boxes to receive those ballots before completing and submitting them. This is what happens when a governor demands un-solicited ballots to be delivered wherever.

By |2020-11-22T15:07:32+00:00November 22nd, 2020|Absentee / Mail-in Voting, Automatic Registration, Early Voting, Election Integrity, Front Page, News, Vote Fraud, Voter ID, Voter Roll Maintenance|Comments Off on Taking advantage of the homeless

“While I breathe, I hope” – Palmetto legislators put the state motto into action

The state’s Republican congressional delegation, led by Rep. Joe Wilson, recently held a press conference at the South Carolina State House (not Washington, DC) to express their disgust at reports of vote fraud. The Members called for all illegal ballots to be weeded out and discarded, and announced they are working on federal legislation requiring voter ID, vote fraud hotlines and a national program to cross-reference state voter rolls.

By |2020-11-22T15:04:32+00:00November 22nd, 2020|Election Integrity, Front Page, News, Vote Fraud, Voter ID|Comments Off on “While I breathe, I hope” – Palmetto legislators put the state motto into action

Oklahoma, where reform comes sweepin’ down the plain

State senators in Oklahoma are taking their oaths to protect [...]

By |2020-11-22T14:54:24+00:00November 22nd, 2020|Election Integrity, Front Page, News, Vote Fraud, Voter ID, Voter Roll Maintenance|Comments Off on Oklahoma, where reform comes sweepin’ down the plain

Georgia legislators must prevent stolen Senate seats

Liberals with no qualms about stealing your wages through taxes, and your speech through censorship, are now overtly trying to steal the Senate elections in Georgia as they publicly call for fraud. It is a federal felony to "move" to a state just to vote, as ACRU Policy Board Member Hans von Spakovsky notes in this piece written for The Heritage Foundation. Georgia state legislators need to act NOW to prevent a massive influx of new “voter” registrations.

By |2020-11-22T14:50:03+00:00November 22nd, 2020|Absentee / Mail-in Voting, Election Integrity, Front Page, News, Vote Fraud, Voter ID|Comments Off on Georgia legislators must prevent stolen Senate seats
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