We always find it instructive to read what the pro-vote corruption liberal cohort is thinking and what they see as the best path to fighting the integrity of the vote (i.e. negating yours.) In this article from a left-leaning news site, the title alone shows their hand. Democrats are working hard to persuade American voters that redistricting is an evil plot to steal votes rather than a Constitutional provision and a requirement for states to ensure proper Congressional apportionment. Even more telling, former President Obama and former AG Eric Holder have teamed up on an effort to fight fictional Republican “voter suppression.” As noted in this article, their new project is called “All on the Line.” Any questions?
9/10: Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose's office is defending the decision to purge thousands of voters on rolls in Ohio.
9/9: Concerned with the county's history of election turmoil, voters have formed Citizen Audit, a bipartisan group aiming to clean up Broward County's election processes.
8/22: Florida has voted to join the Electronic Voter Registration Information Center (ERIC), which will allow the state to compare their voter rolls with those in other states.
8/21: North Carolina is considering a bill that would use jury exucusals to purge voter rolls, looking for noncitizens excused from jury duty who may be registered to vote.
8/21: Florida has joined the Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC), a 29-state compact designed to help states keep voter rolls clean.
8/21: After months of delays, Florida has decided to join the Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC), which will help keep the state's elections secure.
8/20: The Public Interest Legal Foundation reported that nearly 60% of counties in America have more registered voters than eligible voters on their rolls.
8/7: Bad policies, poorly maintained voter rolls, and unscrupulous people have taken advantage of America's lax voter system for years.
8/1: Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose has implemented the Registration Reset List, which will hopefully help clean voter rolls in the state.