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.
A trial date has been set for an Evansville woman charged with pre-marking absentee ballot applications before this past June's Indiana primary.
It’s not funny, actually. A grieving New Mexico widow visited her county election office to ask them to stop sending absentee ballots to her deceased husband who had passed away the year before in another state. That’s when they discovered her husband had actually voted from the grave. But not only did he not vote; she didn’t either despite having a vote registered in her name. Fraud times two because of universal vote by mail, only discovered when this lady took her civic duty seriously. Source: Another dead voter in New Mexico
In a city (over)run by Democrats for decades, voting in Detroit’s recent primary was utterly corrupted. When 72% of its precincts reported bad vote counts, the State Board of Canvassers called it “alarming.” Liberal Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson has so far ignored concerns. Within Detroit’s 78% African American population, 40% live in poverty, and the unemployment rate is 21%. These citizens need their political voices heard and protected.
American women were granted the right to vote 100 years ago this week. On August 26, 1920, the 19th Amendment to the Constitution was made law after Republicans regained control of Congress (the Democrat-controlled Congress had voted the amendment down four times). Twenty-six of the 36 states that ratified it had Republican legislatures. The movement was led by Republican women like Harriet Tubman, Sojourner Truth and Susan B. Anthony. Let’s hope their statues remain safe once the truth is out.
Nursing homes and assisted living centers where seniors might need to rely on others for voting assistance are where senior votes are at high risk for fraud, according to ACRU Action Board Member and former Cincinnati Mayor Ken Blackwell. Not only have they been targeted by fraudsters in the past, but politically motivated liberals are now trying to remove even more vote security protections.
If liberal activists can’t extend voting to whatever random date they choose, perhaps their Plan B is to have liberal judges demand that disqualified votes become qualified. Before you know it, property destruction, looting and assault won’t be crimes either. Oh, wait …
The Constitution is a malleable document for liberals. When it suits their needs, they use it. When it doesn’t, they ignore it. Article I makes it clear that the authority to determine the date and time of elections is not vested in liberal activists or their lawyers who now want to extend the national election to … whenever. This is why judicial appointments matter.
A rally outside the Montclair, N.J., town hall on July 1. Protesters hung 1,101 absentee ballots to represent the number of votes that weren't counted in a mayoral election that was decided by just 195 votes.Mail-in voting, which tens of millions of Americans are expected to use this November, is fraught with potential problems. Hundreds of thousands of ballots go uncounted each year because people make mistakes, such as forgetting to sign the form or sending it in too late.
More than 223,000 mail-in ballots sent to registered voters in Clark County, Nevada, were bounced as “undeliverable” in the state’s June primary election, newly released data reveals.