There is a critical difference between an absentee ballot and the new notion of universal vote by mail. One is proven and safe, the other is subject to incompetent processing and open to fraud. Voters and elected officials must understand the enormous difference in order to protect the security our elections.
Last minute insertions into the Senate’s Coronavirus relief bill by House Democrats would impose permanent changes to election protocols that will encourage and protect vote fraud. At ACRU, we think it is critically important for all our friends and supporters to understand the seriousness of what is at stake should Nancy Pelosi’s provisions pass Congress.
10/8: The Public Interest Legal Foundation is investigating how 200 votes in Michigan were thrown out and if this problem goes beyond the state.
10/6: Former presidential candidate Jill Stein says she may challenge the legality of Philadelphia's new touchscreen voting machines in court.
10/4: The Department of Justice announced that it will join the suit against New York's Green Light Laws, which would give driver's licenses to illegal immigrants.
10/3: Richard John Greenfield pleaded guilty to voting in both Arizona and Nevada during the 2016 election.
10/1: Governor Kay Ivey appointed Rosie Lyles, who was accused of multiple counts of voter fraud, as Hale County’s chief election official.
10/1: Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate called a recent ruling, allowing the state to demand voter ID, a victory for election integrity.
9/24: Michigan city clerk Sherikia Hawkins has been charged with six counts of felony voter fraud, stemming from the alteration of 193 ballots during the 2018 midterms.
9/22: Media investment adviser Group M has estimated that the current election will cost $10 billion in advertising expenses, up 59% from the 2016 election.