Republicans have a different, less steep hill to climb — keep voter rolls as clean as possible. Identify in advance where ballots will be mailed to addresses where nobody lives and shut those ballots down.
“Voters are skittish in Maricopa County about election integrity,” Cathi Herrod, president of the Center for Arizona Policy, told The Daily Signal. “People wonder why it is that Florida is so quick to count votes and it takes Arizona days.”
HR 1, the wish list bill of election proposals that Democrats call the “For the People Act” that failed to pass, would have prohibited state bans on ballot harvesting. Here are seven examples of elections overturned after ballot harvesting scandals.
Ranked-choice voting isn’t the path to a better election system, just a more complicated one that disenfranchises Americans and fuels doubt and confusion. Ranked-choice is clearly the wrong choice for voting in America.
It is essential that states have accurate and up to date voter rolls. This includes removing individuals who moved, have died, and duplicate registrants. Many states across the country are failing to do this essential voter list maintenance that is required by federal law.
Myers pleaded guilty to conspiring to illegally vote in a federal election and deprive civil rights, voting records falsification, bribery, obstruction of justice and orchestrating ballot-stuffing schemes in Pennsylvania’s 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 elections.
Far from making it more difficult to vote, as many on the Left have asserted without evidence, these integrity laws bolster voter confidence, which drives up voter turnout. These laws have actually made the voting process more secure without making it more difficult to vote.
A judge on Monday ruled that a case alleging voter fraud in a vote to keep Windham Elementary School open may continue, the Brattleboro Reformer reported.
Today, black citizens are still being thwarted in exercising their right to determine or decide the policies they will live by. When 5%, 10% or 15% of the vote in a community is made up of dead people, former residents or people ineligible to vote, blacks are disenfranchised.
The left claims that voter fraud is non-existent, and that dead people are not voting. But, we have proof that deceased individuals are casting ballots.
Ultimately, by law, it will be up to the BCA in Middlebury to determine whether or not to send a notice letter to the individuals you have identified and initiate the process of removing their name, or receiving confirmation they are still eligible to vote in Middlebury.
According to research conducted by the Vermont-based think tank, 10 graduates of Middlebury College who left the state years ago are recorded as having voted by absentee ballot in the 2020 election.