Posts tagged: Voter Fraud

Democrats Say Voter Fraud’s A Myth. That’s A Lie. Here’s More Proof.

Written by James Barrett

Democrats consistently scoff at the suggestion that widespread voter fraud is taking place across the country, mocking the idea as a “myth” and decrying Republicans’ attempts to address it in even the most minor, unobjectionable ways as “racist” attempts to “suppress the minority vote.” The only problem with the Democrats’ dismissive claims about the “myth” is, as Ohio just demonstrated, actual facts.… Continue Reading

Fear the Voting Dead

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Written by Daniel J. Sobieski

President-elect Donald J. Trump has been mocked for his tweeted claim that if it were not for illegal aliens voting, he might very well have won the popular as well as the electoral vote. Is his claim less credible than the one put forth by some of Trump’s opponents that Russian hackers got into voting machines that aren’t even connected to the Internet to switch votes around?… Continue Reading

8 Instances of Voter Fraud in 2016, and It’s Not Even Election Day Yet

Written by Fred Lucas

In just the last week, prosecutors pursued three voter fraud-related charges in three major battleground states—Florida, Iowa, and Virginia.

Numerous other election irregularities such as voting beyond the grave, voting more than once, voting without citizenship, and registrations by nonexistent people have occurred throughout 2016. While some cases have been prosecuted, others were discovered through various news reports.… Continue Reading

Photo ID: Fraud Prevention or Voter Suppression?

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Written by John Biver

Here’s a recent headline from the Washington Examiner: “Just 4 in 10 confident vote will be counted accurately.” In the article, Paul Bedard reports that some “elections experts have raised questions about the accuracy of computerized voting systems.” One expert even admitted “that manipulating the total vote count in states is ‘child’s play.’”

Bedard cited a recent study:

Americans are almost evenly divided over what constitutes the more significant problem with U.S.

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Voter Fraud: A Battlefield That Cannot Be Surrendered

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Written by John Biver
First a bit of news from Western Journalism. In one of his typically difficult to watch and listen to comments, President Barack Obama had this to say about those warning about voter fraud:

It happens to be based on no facts. Every expert, regardless of political party, regardless of ideology, conservative or liberal, who has examined these issues in a serious way will tell you that instances of significant voter fraud are not to be found.

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“Election Shenanigans” (Illinois Family Spotlight #008)

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Ed Ronkowski, a former Cook County prosecutor and former Will County Republican chairman,   joins Monte Larrick and David Smith on the show to take us behind the scenes of election day, sharing stories of voter fraud, corruption, and other political shenanigans from his experiences. The three also discuss voter IDs and other ways we try to reduce fraud.

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About Six in 10 Confident in Accuracy of U.S. Vote Count

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Written by Justin McCarthy

About six in 10 Americans are confident that votes will be accurately cast and counted in the coming election. This is similar to their confidence level in 2008, but down from levels from 2004 to 2007 when confidence ranged between 71% and 75%.

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Despite the controversy over ballot accuracy in the 2000 election, Gallup’s trend shows that the highest level of voting confidence was in 2004 — the first time Gallup polled on this question — four months before that year’s presidential election.… Continue Reading

Voter Fraud Is Real. Here Are 4 More Cases

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Written by Peter Tapsak and Jason Snead

With this November’s election looming just over the horizon, the topic of voter fraud is popping up much more frequently in our news feeds.

Progressives insist that voter fraud is a myth, a charade meant to justify repressive voting laws. The facts, however, tell a different story: Voter fraud is real, and if we ignore it, we leave our ballot boxes open to fraudsters who would rather steal elections than risk losing in a fair and open contest.… Continue Reading

Serving As An Election Judge: A One Day Commitment To Honest Voting

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Written by John Biver

Last time I listed a number of links on the topic of voter fraud, and if you haven’t yet, I would encourage you to read the articles and watch the videos. While it may sound trite — it is nevertheless true — a lot is at stake on Election Day. These days, the policies chosen by those we elect — even at the local level — can involve many millions and at times billions of dollars.… Continue Reading

Serving As Poll Watcher: You Too Can Help Prevent Voter Fraud

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Written by John Biver

Believe it or not, the question of whether voter fraud is a serious concern is debated not just between the political left and the political right. It’s also a controversy among Republicans and conservatives. What’s not in doubt is that there is plenty of anecdotal and factual evidence out there for everyone to consider.

First, just one anecdote.… Continue Reading