Come on Man! Is Voter Fraud Real?

By |2021-05-02T07:49:17-04:00May 2nd, 2021|

Remember all those media anchors repeating in lockstep, "unfounded claims of voting fraud...?" We all know vote fraud exists and is present in every election. Here's an explanation illustrating just a few of the ways election fraud exists.

The “furthest from my polling station” voting award

By |2020-11-03T10:24:23-05:00November 3rd, 2020|

In the coolest story of the week, NASA astronaut Kate Rubins voted from space. She is currently stationed on the International Space Station. In 1997, Congress passed a bill allowing voting from space. Who knew? We assume she had no “interference” from her Russian colleagues, Sergey 1 and Sergey 2 as they are affectionately referred to at NASA. A great story to share with your kids.

More than 18,000 mail ballots not counted in Florida’s March presidential primary

By |2020-09-12T11:36:52-04:00September 12th, 2020|

The report from the national Healthy Elections project said the uncounted ballots came in late or had "defects" that prevented them being counted.More than 18,000 Floridians who voted by mail in March’s presidential primary did not have their votes counted, according to an analysis done by a group of national elections experts and academics.

One of These is not Like the Other

By |2022-03-13T16:39:17-04:00August 12th, 2020|

There is a critical difference between an absentee ballot and the new notion of universal vote by mail. One is proven and safe, the other is subject to incompetent processing and open to fraud. Voters and elected officials must understand the enormous difference in order to protect the security our elections.

How Absentee Voting for US Troops Won the Civil War and Ended Slavery

By |2020-07-31T15:27:34-04:00July 31st, 2020|

We found this wonderful historical story about soldiers’ votes tipping the 1864 election to Lincoln when Democrats were ready to give in to the Confederacy. The win resulted in freedom for America’s slaves and the preservation of the Union after Lincoln’s Secretary of War devised the first plan for military absentee voting. At ACRU, we are as passionate about the sanctity of military vote as was Sec. Stanton. You CAN help … we hope you will visit our Protect Military Votes website to find out how.

Inaccurate voter registration is an incubator for fraud

By |2020-07-24T18:13:16-04:00July 24th, 2020|

The difference between absentee voting and mail-only voting is that absentee voting requires a request for a ballot, but mail-only voting means a ballot will be sent to a house where a voter once lived. This article provides a great primer on why this is an invitation for fraud, and also uses Honest Elections Project data to show how widespread voter registration inaccuracies truly are.

Because you might be sick on election day

By |2020-06-30T08:26:18-04:00June 30th, 2020|

Connecticut law permits absentee voting for people away on election day, serving in the military, or disabled. The state’s Democrat executive—with no legal authority—wants to expand that to anyone who thinks they might get sick. The state’s GOP is suing to prevent this unlawful strategy. Perhaps people who know they are going to be sick on election day should be picking lottery numbers for the rest of us.

Trump Threatens To Withhold Michigan Funding Over ‘Illegal’ Absentee Ballot Plan; MI Sec. State Responds

By |2020-05-29T10:01:46-04:00May 29th, 2020|

In a social media post Wednesday, President Trump threatened to withhold federal funding to Michigan for what he described as a “rogue Secretary of State” “illegally” sending absentee ballots to 7.7 million people — a claim prompted by Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson’s announcement of a plan to send absentee ballot applications to qualified Michigan voters.

Texas vote-by-mail expansion blocked by state Supreme Court

By |2020-05-29T10:23:43-04:00May 29th, 2020|

Although the court sided with state Attorney General Ken Paxton's interpretation of what constitutes a disability, it indicated that it is up to voters to assess their health and determine if they meet the state's definition, which could allow them to vote by mail.

When the mailman commits vote fraud

By |2020-05-28T20:43:17-04:00May 28th, 2020|

This story is the week’s best example of why universal mailed ballots are a welcome mat for fraud. After being caught changing ballot requests from Democrat to Republican, a West Virginia mailman claimed he did it as a “joke.” Charged with felony vote fraud, we presume Mailman Cooper will find his fines and/or jail time as unfunny as his crime.

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