The Center for Tech and Civic Life is a leftist group claiming to use technology to “modernize” voting. Funded by liberal companies and run by self-identified progressive and Obama-affiliated staff, it is insinuating itself into elections. CTCL just gave Dallas County election administrator Toni Pippins-Poole $15 million for “voting operations” after Gov. Abbott wisely halted the liberal push for unsolicited mail-only ballots. Coincidentally, Ms. Pippins-Poole is also a CTCL advisor.
“Universal voting by mail is an attractive and easy unconventional warfare target for the creation of election chaos, causing civil unrest and destabilizing society in general.” From personal and professional experience, former deputy prosecuting attorney Barney Waldrop speaks up about the importance of voting in person and the dangers of universal vote by mail.
Democrat Governor Roy Cooper of North Carolina vetoed a bill earlier this month that would remove self-admitted foreign nationals from the state’s voter rolls. Read the article at Townhall.com.
Florida’s Second Largest County Has More than 100 Percent of Residents Registered to Vote.
The claims made by DOJ and the Obama administration’s political allies boiled down to this: all of the reforms were discriminatory.
When the people vote, conservative wins tell a different tale.
When states, counties, and towns redraw political districts, is it constitutional for them to include individuals who are ineligible to vote, such as noncitizens?
The president pushes a criminal way to expand the electorate.
Former Justice Department attorney J. Christian Adams hopes the Supreme Court will intervene in a case that could go a long way toward preventing confessed non-citizens from being able to register to vote
The siren call of universal suffrage.