Category: Voter ID

Indiana AG says HR1 makes opportunities for voter fraud the ‘law of the land’

Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita said Friday that if the Senate passes—and President Joe Biden signs into law—the For the People Act of 2021, it will upset the delicate electoral balancing act between security and easy access to polls, and cement opportunities for voter fraud.

Error’ results in some Michigan ballots for overseas voters omitting Mike Pence’s name

A “temporary error” in a Michigan database may result in registered voters who live abroad or serve in the military receiving a presidential ballot that does not include Vice President Mike Pence’s name.

Half a million incorrect absentee ballot applications sent across VIrginia, including dead people

non-profit group says more than a half-million inaccurate applications for absentee ballots were mistakenly sent across Virginia this week — including to dead voters, errant relatives and even a pet — in an unprecedented mailing flub that has heightened concerns about the integrity of expanding mail-in voting efforts.

Hundreds of Michigan residents turn over unsolicited ballot applications sent to dead, underage and non citizen ‘voters’

Hundreds of Michigan residents have responded to state Sen. Ruth Johnson’s (R-Holly) request for evidence of ballot applications sent to dead, noncitizen, or underage “voters” by Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson (D).

Massive expansion of vote-by-mail approved in Illinois

Governor J.B. Pritzker on Tuesday approved a massive expansion in voting by mail, a plan derided by Republicans nationally.

The Democrat said allowing voters to mail in ballots for the November presidential election would limit polling place crowds and COVID-19 transmission.

West Virginia Secretary of State says task force uncovered absentee ballot fraud scheme

West Virginia’s secretary of state says they’re investigating an absentee ballot fraud scheme in the state that was connected to the state’s mass effort for absentee voting amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

In the start of April, West Virginia county clerk’s offices began an effort to mail absentee ballots to every registered voter in the state.

Pennsylvania counties have 800,000 ineligible voters on voter registration rolls

The legitimacy of more than 800,000 names on the voting rolls in three Pennsylvania counties is being questioned in a lawsuit by conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch, but the left-wing group Pennsylvania Common Cause has motioned to dismiss Judicial Watch’s claims, saying these voters aren’t ineligible, they are just inactive.

House Dems push to nationalize corrupt elections

Pelosi and House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) have scheduled a May 15 vote on their proposed $3 trillion CCP virus relief bill, which also includes provisions mandating states to mail ballots to every resident in advance of the 2020 presidential and congressional elections and to allow ballot harvesting, as happened in California and North Carolina.