Something amazing is happening: Liberals have suddenly begun to believe in voter fraud.
Voter fraud expert Hans Von Spakovsky details the ways in which Democrats carry out voter fraud in the United States today, often with the help of blue states. Of course, Democrats deny voter fraud exists, and say attempts to make elections secure are “voter suppression.”
I voted three times last Tuesday. Or maybe I didn’t. My point is, you have no idea.
“Democrat lawyers are descending on Florida,” Rubio tweeted Thursday. “They have been very clear they aren’t here to make sure every vote is counted. They are here to change the results of election.”
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced Thursday that several individuals were arrested in the Lone Star state for allegedly orchestrating an illegal voting scheme in Edinburg.
Students must also show evidence of “an intent to maintain a principal dwelling place in the state indefinitely,” which means that they must show in some demonstrable way that they do not intend to leave Vermont after graduation.
While the town of Bennington is not seeing a noticeable increase of voter registrations, Town Clerk Cassandra Barbeau has noticed “a record number” of duplicate registrations.
The real issue here is a disregard for election integrity. And that includes those who are calling for an end to traditional voter registration in favor of automatic voter registration based on government databases such as driver’s licenses and property-tax records.
In a debate forum on Friday, Republican H. Brooke Paige said programs to boost voter registration in Vermont have led the state to sign up 70,000 more people to vote than there are eligible voters. He later retracted his statement.
The Public Interest Legal Foundation wrote in its study “Safe Spaces” that the 1993 National Voter Registration Act makes it easier for noncitizens to register to vote because there are no other verification systems required to be in place.
The city of Montpelier is considering letting noncitizens vote in local elections by next Town Meeting Day, but city officials say the chances of getting approval by the Vermont Legislature are slim.