The Election Integrity Bulletin is a unique, weekly compilation of news and commentary about election issues.

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Election Integrity Bulletin

December 23, 2020

Nothing merry in the continued battle against vote fraud

  • MESSAGE FROM ACRU PRESIDENT LORI ROMAN
  • ACRU welcomes Colonel Allen B. West to its Policy Board
  • ACRU alerts the public on the criminality of vote fraud in Georgia Senate runoffs
  • Oh, Canada, we hope you learned something from our election
  • New poll shows people believe vote fraud is real and Democrats did it
  • Critical data for understanding the American voters’ mindset
  • How much fraud does it take to be “widespread?”
  • American concerns about election integrity must be respected
  • Are politicians more worried about their reputations or their voters?
  • Latest Trump Pennsylvania election case has wide-reaching decisions
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Election Integrity Bulletin

December 9, 2020

Bringing you the vote fraud stories the media hides

  • Honoring ACRU Policy Board Member Professor Walter E. Williams / March 31, 1936 – December 2, 2020.
  • ACRU Action’s Amb. Ken Blackwell on state legislators’ key role in vote integrity.
  • ACRU alerts the public on the criminality of vote fraud.
  • ACRU issues a statement in support of the Texas SCOTUS lawsuit demanding state legislative authority over election protocols be upheld.
  • Leftist Big Tech money uses Georgia as a vote-gathering test case.
  • State legislators (just not enough) take action on vote fraud allegations.
  • Buried by the media, ACRU identifies stories related to cases of vote fraud.
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Election Integrity Bulletin

November 20, 2020

State legislators must take action to avert a Constitutional crisis

  • ACRU President Lori Roman: State legislators must defend legitimate votes
  • ACRU Action Board Member Ken Blackwell: Legislators, not jurists, are responsible for vote integrity
  • ACRU Action VP of Policy Kerry Toloczko: There is no freedom without honest vote counting
  • Military votes could be key in Georgia’s January 5th Senate runoffs
  • Army spouse: the practical realities of overseas military voting must be simplified
  • Giving in vs. standing up for vote integrity may divide candidates in future elections
  • Georgia legislators must prevent stolen Senate seats
  • Oklahoma, where reform comes sweepin’ down the plain
  • “While I breathe, I hope” – Palmetto legislators put the state motto into action
  • Taking advantage of the homeless
  • Ex-husband of deceased voter thinks he was awarded her ballot in divorce settlement
  • Not so peachy: All over Georgia, multiple cases of recount shenanigans reported
  • Is postal incompetence or deliberate malfeasance responsible for missing votes?
  • Detroit area judge throws out multiple affidavits describing fraud, just because
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Election Integrity Bulletin

November 12, 2020

Vote Fraud is REAL

  • ACRU’s Blackwell: Liberal Pennsylvania Governor dishonors the state’s votersACRU’s Kerri Toloczko identifies the danger of the “woke” voter
  • ACRU’s Roman: Message on the election
  • ACRU’s Han von Spakovsky explains on-going legal challenges to election results
  • Anecdotal evidence from a Texas Nursing home
  • Organized ballot harvesting in senior residences being investigated
  • Social worker faces ten years in jail for stealing senior votes
  • Military vote counting extends past election day
  • Anecdotal military ballot fraud evidence from Detroit
  • Stealing votes from the deceased
  • Election official mishandling votes must be prosecuted
  • Hear no ballots, see no ballots, speak no ballots
  • Razor thin margins in the Badger State demand a recount
  • Identifying the obvious: in-person voting is the key to voting accuracy
  • Liberal vote fraud goes public and proud
  • Uncovering fraud one obituary at a time
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Election Integrity Bulletin

November 2, 2020

The battle for vote integrity includes fighting liberal courts

  • ACRU’s Blackwell and the dangers of Critical Race Theory
  • ACRU’s Roman reports on keeping senior votes safe
  • ACRU Stranger Danger campaign to protect senior votes goes viral
  • ACRU’s Toloczko: It’s time for the woke generation to learn the lessons of history
  • ACRU’s von Spakovsky: Media ignores vote fraud because they know it’s real
  • ACRU’s Professor Walter Williams: The Census is not a tool for vote fraud
  • Truth revealed: Liberal plans to change the Supreme Court
  • Voters who want to vote in person forced to use Postal Service
  • Liberal state supreme court gives tacit approval to forgery
  • Court decides the 14th Amendment only applies after elections
  • Latest ballot fraud and mishandling cases
  • The “furthest from my polling station” voting award
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Election Integrity Bulletin

October 16, 2020

It is time for voters to hold officials’ feet to the vote security fire

  • ACRU creates Stranger Danger media campaign to protect senior votes
  • ACRU’s Blackwell demands elected officials put people over politics
  • ACRU’s Roman calls for everyone to guard our seniors against vote exploitation
  • ACRU’s Toloczko: the military can still vote with Federal Write-In Ballots
  • Is the liberal demand for unsolicited ballots planned chaos?
  • Resource for tracking election updates
  • Capital-area county sends out broken ballots
  • Liberal governor’s unsolicited ballot fiat creates havoc for voters
  • Postal worker thinks voters live in a nearby trash bin
  • Are organized vote fraudsters now taking interstate road trips?
  • Be On The Lookout issued for missing ballots
  • Official who sent ballots to dead people claims it’s their family’s fault
  • Really good voting advice from a regular guy
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Election Integrity Bulletin

October 1, 2020

MASSIVE vote fraud EVERYWHERE must be stopped

  • ACRU’s Roman on explosive vote fraud
  • ACRU’s Blackwell calls for protecting elderly votes
  • ACRU’s Roman: In Leftist Land, who will protect you?
  • American Military News counts on ACRU when military ballots are found discarded
  • Liberals’ documentable plan to destroy election security
  • “People who already sent their ballots in will be destroyed”
  • County Commissioner accused of using disability protections to cheat
  • Liberal vote activist foundation, funds liberal vote activist foundation advisor
  • Liberal vote activist foundation, collect ballots thyself
  • Absentee ballot recipients worry they may have been drafted
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Election Integrity Bulletin

September 16, 2020

Help us defeat the liberal cabal threatening our elections

  • ACRU ALERT: The “Blue Coup” is horrifying and real; we must be ready
  • ACRU’s Blackwell calls for protecting elderly votes
  • ACRU’s Roman encourages every voter to be a “VIP”
  • ACRU’s Toloczko to military members and spouses: vote TODAY!
  • The fraud we don’t see is the most dangerous of all
  • Garden State election forecast: cold, with a high chance of fraud
  • North Carolina Governor invents photo ID crisis then tries to “fix” it
  • Liberal state official and an Obama Judge to citizens: you are too dumb for bulk mail
  • Bay State liberals promote “Common Core” math for votersMail-in voting becomes a campaign issue. Good.
  • Just one more pile of vote fraud cases liberals claim to be “rare”
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Election Integrity Bulletin

September 2, 2020

Shocking new info! Informant blows whistle on Dem Vote Fraud

  • ACRU’s Toloczko calls for encouraging and protecting military voters
  • Military absentee ballots should be requested NOW
  • ACRU’s Blackwell calls for protecting elderly votes
  • An important resource from ACRU for America’s voting seniors
  • ACRU’s Roman encourages every voter to be a “VIP”
  • And more from around the nation…
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Election Integrity Bulletin

August 22, 2020

Resources and examples just for YOU on mail-only ballot problems and fraud

  • ACRU’s Ken Blackwell questions why we would trust leftists to protect your vote when they won’t protect you or your property
  • ACRU’s Toloczko explains: absentee and universal mail-only ballots are vastly different
  • ACRU’s Blackwell calls for protecting elderly votes
  • Military absentee ballots should be requested NOW
  • Mail-only voting: unreliable with a high chance of losing your vote
  • Democrat groups call for election month
  • Here it comes: elections decided by liberal judges
  • And more mail-in voting fraud from the states
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Election Integrity Bulletin

August 6, 2020

Cancel Culture | Protect Elderly Votes | Ballot and Vote Fraud

  • ACRU’s Blackwell: Cancel Culture and the Soul of America
  • ACRU’s Roman: Call for protecting elderly votes
  • Paper has improved its personal security since 2004
  • The value of a stolen vote to vote fraud activists is $1.00
  • Living fraudster tries to register deceased voter
  • The US Postal Service says cannot guarantee ballot delivery
  • Felonious former Congressman expanded his criminal career to vote fraud
  • Nevada’s corrupted voter rolls revealed in new investigation
  • Pass or fail, legislators can make a point about photo ID for voting
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Election Integrity Bulletin

July 24, 2020

Mob Destruction | Nursing Home Vote Fraud | Mail-in Voting

  • ACRU’s Roman: Elected officials must stop destruction by mobs
  • ACRU’s Blackwell: Nursing home vote fraud happens, and is preventable
  • ACRU’s Toloczko: On ACRU’s Protect Military Votes project
  • Mail-only voting is a vote stealer
  • Inaccurate voter registration is an incubator for fraud
  • Liberals call for mail ballot security identifies its problems
  • And more updates from the states.
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Election Integrity Bulletin

July 7, 2020

Protecting Our Monuments

  • ACRU’s Blackwell: Nursing home vote fraud happens, and is preventable
  • ACRU’s Protect Monuments action plan for elected officials
  • SCOTUS demands faith from faithless electors
  • The Garden State’s foursome of fraud
  • When voting by carrier pigeon no longer sounds outrageous
  • State Court says “no” to counting votes after election day
  • SCOTUS says “no” to relaxing vote security laws
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Election Integrity Bulletin

June 12, 2020

Dangers of Mail-In Voting | Documented Vote Fraud | Vote-Mobiles

  • ACRU Action President Lori Roman gives legislative testimony on the dangers of mail-only voting
  • If you can shop in person, you can vote in person
  • List of proven vote fraud cases continues to grow
  • Incompetent election officials as a protected class
  • It’s only fraud when we claim it isn’t
  • Vote collection mobiles should be relegated to bad Saturday Night Live skits
  • And also, the dog ate my ballot
  • A citizen’s reminder: absentee ballots have not gone extinct
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Election Integrity Bulletin

May 28, 2020

Election Integrity Bulletin

Judicial Ballot Abuse | Postal Service Vote Fraud | Fabricated Voters

  • Texas judge appoints himself pretender king of absentee ballot island
  • A vote integrity hero lives in Texas
  • When the mailman commits vote fraud
  • Michigan math: Detroit has 30K more registered voters than eligible voters
  • California mail ballots: tossing them from buildings would be just as secure
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Election Integrity Bulletin

April 8, 2020

Military Vote Theft | Elderly Vote Fraud | Ballot Harvesting Fraud

  • ACRUs Blackwell calls out Democrat plan to steal military votes
  • Vote fraudsters prey on America’s seniors
  • Leftists promote false voting choice to scare Americans
  • Progressives proposing Hunger Games for vote fraud
  • Georgia implements anti mail-in ballot  fraud protections and task force
  • The face of ballot harvesting fraud
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Election Integrity Bulletin

March 25, 2020

Election Fraud Assistance Act? | Protect Military Votes

  • Democrat Election Fraud Assistance Act of 2020 by ACRU President Lori Roman
  • ACRU is protecting votes of active duty military – from Speaker Pelosi
  • ACRU policy team: Liberals never let a virus go to waste
  • The face of ballot harvesting fraud
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