It’s all we can do to keep up with all the stories of eagle-eyed citizens finding discarded absentee ballots in trash cans, ditches, and postal worker garages. The latest, from Kentucky, documents over 100 ballots in a dumpster. These are the ballots that were found—what about the ones that are now in a landfill? Not only can your vote be stolen; it can be discarded. Vote in Person!
Since liberal Democrat California Governor Gavin Newsom unilaterally decreed that California would be an unsolicited mail ballot state, the state’s non-partisan watchdog, Election Integrity Project, has sent every notice possible short of carrier pigeon to the Governor and his Secretary of State sharing research that shows mail ballots will go to the moved, the deceased, those over 105 years old, with multiple ballots going to thousands of individuals. They tried again this week, and their findings are disturbing.
The Ohio State University has a “Major Pending Election Cases” tracker that is easy to use with cases posted and explained daily as they are filed and decided. We hear of these cases piecemeal in our own states, but it is only by viewing an on-going database that we can see that these cases are not random, but part of a coordinated effort by the left to attack the fundamentals of our voting safeguards. This is why we encourage all constitutional conservatives to Vote In Person!
If you can’t win an election with votes, you use COVID to pretend people can’t vote in person and try to change rules that make it easier to cheat or mishandle ballots. That is exactly what the American left is doing. As of today, there are 300 court cases in 44 states of liberal groups trying to loosen ID requirements, extend voting, create mail-only schemes. You can use this super simple Stanford-MIT case tracker to find out exactly what you need to be against in your state.
Alabama seniors have voted for decades with rules in place for voter ID and absentee ballots witness signatures. As part of a national scheme by the left to dilute vote security, an Obama appointed judge recently overturned these rules even though he was in the wrong branch of government to do so. Fortunately for the people of Alabama, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals correctly dissolved his ruling. Vote security, at least for now, remains intact in Alabama.
In response to the above Union County story, citizen John A Denlinger responded with a letter to the editor, applauding Ms. Quinn, and providing a simple piece of advice we all should follow: “Election fraud is very real and is best defeated when people vote in person at a voting booth. This method also ensures the sanctity of privacy in voting.” Amen, Mr. Denlinger.
Government has software that can track down you down in an instant if you owe the IRS or didn’t pay a speeding ticket. When a person dies, the funeral home automatically notifies Social Security. But in response to a complaint from Ms. Carolyn Quinn, who received ballots for her two deceased parents, an election clerk in Union County, NY claims the family should have notified her office directly. Arrogance and avoiding responsibility is no friend to vote integrity.
“Michael Lewis” has been charged for illegally voting in New Hampshire in 2016. He was caught after being arrested afterward without a license and giving a Florida address. Mr. Lewis also voted in Florida and Georgia in 2016. His actual residence is a two bedroom home with 12 (alleged) residents in Georgia. He picked NH—a state where he could walk up and vote with no ID. He’s not the only one. Hawk-eyed NH anti-fraud activist Ed Naile may have poked the tip of a fraud iceberg with a sharp stick.
New Jersey Democrat Governor Phil Murphy used COVID as an excuse to mail ballots to every address in the state, whether the addressee is alive or dead, or relocated. NJ election officials, overwhelmed by this unnecessary political maneuver, can’t get it right. In Bergen County, officials sent out nearly 7,000 incorrect ballots to 28,000 voters. The officials who made this mistake claim there will be no confusing results. Right.
Also in the Garden State, Mr. Howard Dinger was throwing out trash last week when five bins of mail—including absentee ballots—caught his eye. A postal worker has been arrested on felony charges for dumping the mail instead of delivering it. If not for Mr. Dinger’s eagle eye and willingness to do his civic duty, 100 West Orange residents would be wondering where their ballots went. Vote In Person.