elections integrity

Fight Election Fraud on Indian Reservations: Email The White House Today!

On Indian Reservations there is little or no accountability, no oversight or enforcement authority of a state Secretary of State on Election Day, and to be blunt, that is exactly how Democratic Senator Jon Tester became a Senator in 2007, and remains in office to this day.

No ID Theft Or Illegal Voting Going On Here Folks

Attorney General Jeff Sessions' Department of Justice has busted a scheme to produce false identification documents through the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles. Some of the false identities and addresses were used to fraudulently register to vote in the City of Boston.

Florida official admits aliens voted in election

Larry Barszewski, Sun Sentinel

Broward Supervisor of Elections Brenda Snipes said an ACRU has already pushed her to do more to uncover people who should be removed from the county’s voting rolls. The trial in federal court in Miami could set a national precedent for how aggressive election officials need to be in removing non-voters from their rolls. The ACRU and other conservative groups have been challenging voter roll information in states and counties across the country.

New Report Exposes Thousands of Illegal Votes from 2016 Election

Hans von Spakovsky, CNS News

The kind of work the Government Accountability Institute has done will be invaluable to the Election Integrity Commission as it researches the registration and voting process and looks for ways to fix its vulnerabilities and security problems, enhance our democratic process, and make sure every eligible American votes and is not disenfranchised by illegal votes.

Time to Clean Up Our Elections

Ken Blackwell, CNS News

Safeguarding our self-governing republic is important whether one is on the right or the left. Philosophy shouldn’t matter. Citizens have a right to participate in politics, make their views known and choose their leaders. And citizens should be afforded the ability to do so without having their votes diluted with ballots being cast by those who are not eligible to vote or who have long ago departed this earth.

Trump and Putin Finally Meet: Is Reconciliation in the Air?

Washington needs to restore a working relationship with Moscow on multiple issues. That doesn’t mean trusting Vladimir Putin. It does mean making policy in accord with the way the world is, not the way we wish it was.

Why the rebellion over Trump voter commission?

Byron York, Washington Examiner

The Trump Presidential Advisory Commission on Electoral Integrity is seeking answers to the question of voter fraud. To do so, it needs the information that, until now, many states routinely gave out to interested parties. Now, however, the states appear to be spoiling for a fight. Given the amount of public posturing involved so far, it's not at all clear the commission can succeed.

No, We Are Not Covering Obama’s “Farewell” Speech

Even though on Inauguration Day Obama is taking one last taxpayer-funded ride on Air Force 1, he has made it perfectly clear he’s not going anywhere, and he’s certainly not leaving the Washington stage as other past presidents have done.

Unions Plan Far-Left “National Day of Disruption” Today

The irony of today’s protests is that by demanding that illegal aliens be allowed to remain in the workforce the protesters are protesting in favor of one of the greatest wage depressing factors in today’s economy.

The Phony Recount: The Far-Left’s Real Strategy

Of course, it is easier to blame hacking or some kind of vote fraud than it is for Democrats to look in the mirror and honestly assess why they were so decisively defeated, but that’s not what is really going on here.