New York City residents have reported receiving ballots with wrong information, sparking confusion and a response from the city board of elections department.
To those skeptical of voting by mail, I welcome the skepticism. We should all care deeply about the integrity of our elections. I only ask that people look to the facts and the evidence, and not secondhand anecdotes, baseless claims and rhetoric.
The ongoing process of “weaponizing and abusing mail-in voting” could lead to an “unprecedented constitutional crisis” because of lack of reliability and the potential for fraud, a new report from two House Republicans contends.
Voting irregularities have increased dramatically as a result of expanded mail-in voting measures in various states. If you have experienced problems with your mail-in ballot or discovered suspicious activity such as “ballot harvesting,” report it here on our form at truenorthreports.com.
In his 10-page review, Scott Gessler notes that in order to have a successful vote by mail experience — one free of fraud and error — certain safeguards must be in place. In Condos’ proposal they are totally absent.
Vermont’s voter checklists have been the subject of concern since they do not provide local election officials with meaningful information to confirm the identity of individuals who vote in the state’s elections.
A federal judge on Wednesday dismissed a lawsuit against Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos aimed at preventing mail-in ballots from being sent automatically to all active, registered voters beginning next week.
A federal judge blocked a Tennessee law Wednesday that barred new voters from casting ballots by mail unless they presented identification to an election office beforehand.
I’ve seen time and again how voters are being intentionally kept in the dark by the Vermont blue supermajority in the House and Senate. Here are three-plus things you should know in order to make an informed decision come election time.
More than half a million absentee ballots were ultimately rejected in recent primaries, including over 80,000 – one out of every five ballots — in New York City alone — an enormous and unacceptable disenfranchisement rate.
If you changed residences at any point in the past and there is a possibility that you remain on the voter checklist somewhere where you no longer reside, here’s a potential “mail-in-voting” scenario you should be aware of.