Why The Wisconsin Elder-Fraud Voting Story Has National Implications

Last week, the Racine County, Wisconsin sheriff’s office held a 75-minute press conference to announce the results of their investigation into absentee voting at residential care facilities. As reported here, the press conference showed that the Wisconsin Election Commission illegally directed municipalities not to “use the Special Voting Deputy process to service residents in care facilities,” but instead to “transmit absentee ballots to those voters by mail.”

By |2022-04-08T18:29:41-04:00November 13th, 2021|

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 |2020-11-22T10:17:10-05:00November 22nd, 2020|

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 |2020-11-22T10:14:11-05:00November 22nd, 2020|

Army spouse: the practical realities of overseas military voting must be simplified

Military voting is of critical importance to Armed Forces command. But like any bureaucracy, execution can be overly cumbersome and confusing. Army spouse Tracey Miller examines the complexities of military voting (from personal experience) noting that instructions like, “fold this piece of paper and make it into an envelope” are confusing and serve as a barrier to military voting. Our service members shouldn’t have to haul around scissors, tape and extra paper in election years.

By |2020-11-22T09:43:03-05:00November 22nd, 2020|

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