Automatic voter registration adds another group of ineligibles

States with automatic voter registration systems (18 + DC) keep registering inedible voters on a daily basis, or so it seems. They call it an “accident” or a "glitch.” Last year Illinois registered 570 individuals—foreign nationals applying for drivers licenses—to vote. These 570 people even checked “no” on the citizen box. Now Illinois has admitted another problem—it’s registering 16 year old new drivers to vote. We suggest it might want to add an “I’m just a kid box.” Or event better, stop connecting getting an ID with getting to vote.

2020-05-03T23:35:36+00:00February 16th, 2020|Automatic Registration, Front Page, News, Voter ID|

Liberals succeed in demoralizing their own voters

“Scientific poll” is often an oxymoron for a biased discipline, but trends matter. When a recent Rasmussen poll asked “are American elections fair,” 50% of respondents said yes, down from 57% in 2012. Currently, 72% of Republicans and independents think elections are fair, but only 32% of Democrats. Conclusion? The endless barrage of misinformation by liberals that “there is no voter fraud except when conservatives suppress the vote” is, sadly, having an impact on Democrat voters.

2020-05-03T23:35:36+00:00February 16th, 2020|Front Page, News, Vote Fraud, Voter ID|

Democrat representational politics skews redistricting truth

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?

2020-05-03T23:37:14+00:00January 17th, 2020|Front Page, News, Redistricting, Voter ID|

United States Election Assistance Commission Disputes Voter Suppression Claims in Georgia

7/18: The United States Election Assistance Commission released a report that disputes claims of voter suppression in Georgia during the 2018 midterm elections.

2020-05-03T23:35:39+00:00July 18th, 2019|News, Voter ID|