Nine military mail-in ballots cast for President Donald Trump were discarded at a local Pennsylvania board of elections office, a federal investigation concluded.
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.
Two states seen as possible battlegrounds for the November presidential election had major revelations of alleged voter fraud within a week’s 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.
There is no proof that the Chinese, Russian, Iranian, or any other foreign government changed or interfered with balloting during the 2016 election. Americans ought to be far more concerned about domestic voter fraud and the integrity of state-managed election efforts.
Secretary of State Jim Condos on Monday issued a directive to mail ballots to every active registered voter for the general election, but some critics say the move will let ballots end up in the wrong hands, and make it nearly impossible to verify who’s voting.
Nearly 50% of American voters believe mail-in voting is likely to result in significant fraud as officials search for ways to secure the electoral system amid a]the coronavirus pandemic, a Washington Post/ABC poll published Sunday found.
In the 25th episode of “Travels With Charlie — Vermont Politics in Real Life,” host Charlie Papillo discusses controversial vote-by-mail elections with Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos and former state Rep. Paul Dame.
New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal filed voter fraud charges Thursday against two Paterson city officials who allegedly engaged in a mail-in ballot scheme in connection to a special election in May.
The General Assembly passed a bill that would take the governor out of the decision to send mail-in ballots to all registered voters, but some town clerks say a universal vote-by-mail system in Vermont is a bad idea.
At his press conference Wednesday, Gov. Phil Scott left the door open — but only just a tiny crack — for a veto of S.348, universal voting by mail.