Automatic voter registration is currently used in 23 states and the District of Columbia. Supporters say it simplifies the registration process and removes barriers to voting, but this is verifiably untrue, and there are many failures of automatic voter registration that make it a deeply flawed system.
Have you ever wondered what happened in Alaska during the 2022 midterm election? How is it that a congressional district that had long been held by Republicans since 1971 was suddenly and inexplicably won by a Democrat? How is it that of the last three candidates standing — showcasing two Republican candidates and only one Democrat candidate — neither Republican candidate won that race?This phenomenon in Alaska can be explained by ranked-choice voting.
ACRU CEO Lori Roman recently wrote this article for AMAC Magazine. Read on for details on how the votes of our most vulnerable citizens are being hijacked without their knowledge or consent.
An important message from Dr. Alveda King. Together we fought to ensure every American had the right to vote freely. Nursing home residents and other vulnerable vote fraud groups have been targeted for vote fraud, with their votes suppressed and even stolen. Together we can curb this despicable form of vote fraud by reporting abuse to the Vote Fraud Hotline at 888-820-VOTE.
The critical election cycle is just around the corner, and we must not allow what happened in 2020 to happen again. ACRU is focused on protecting the votes of our most vulnerable voters — senior citizens, group home residents, citizens abroad, the disabled, and our military.
In a new OPED for American Constitutional Rights Union, Policy Board Member Ken Blackwell notes that unfounded claims of election fraud are, in fact, unfounded. “The danger is real. Anyone who has been paying attention to election security issues for the last couple of decades knows that election fraud in nursing homes, group homes and other residential facilities has been an open secret."
The goal of a special legislative session is usually for Texas lawmakers to get stuff done that they didn’t, or couldn’t, during the regular session. But, during the 30-day session ending this week, though, lawmakers worked to undo something they passed just a few months prior: a bipartisan effort to curb mail-in ballot fraud in nursing homes.
A Macomb County nursing home employee pleaded guilty after she was accused of forging signatures on absentee ballot applications, according to the Michigan Attorney General’s Office.
“Rampant fraud and abuse occurred statewide at Wisconsin’s nursing homes and other residential care facilities,” according to the Office of Special Counsel’s second interim report filed on March 1 with the Wisconsin Assembly. That conclusion represents but one of the key findings of election irregularities detailed in the nearly 150-page report—a report that also confirms the conclusion of the Racine County Sheriff’s office last fall that fraud occurred at nursing homes in Wisconsin.
Forged signatures on absentee ballot applications that led to criminal charges against a Centerline nursing home employee has resulted in a guilty plea and jail time, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced today. Last year, Trenae Myesha Rainey, 28, was charged with the following in Macomb County’s 37th District Court: