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California’s Latest Attack On Election Integrity—AB 37

California’s Latest Attack On Election Integrity—AB 37

As you may have heard, Governor Newsom has just signed another bundle of bills into law, all of which impact the California electoral process in some way. The most concerning is AB 37, which mandates the mailing of a vote by mail (VBM) ballot to every voter on the active voter list for every election […]

The Significance Of The 1% Tally

The Significance Of The 1% Tally

Opinion By Linda Paine A large segment of the voting population has expressed mild to serious concern and mistrust with respect to county voting systems, in particular voting machines and tabulators.     Even if voters consider all the methods of voting at their disposal, do their homework and weigh the advantages against the risks […]

Voter Suppression: A California Reality

Voter Suppression: A California Reality

In this era of extreme partisan divide, it is rare to find any philosophical commonality. The good news is that there is ONE topic of concern to all sides: VOTER SUPPRESSION. While there is no universal agreement on everything that constitutes voter suppression, it is certainly one of the few topics we can still discuss and […]

Why California Should Not Be The Model For Voting For The U.S.A.

Why California Should Not Be The Model For Voting For The U.S.A.

by Jennifer Amodei As the recall for a disastrous governor rages on in our once beautiful state, coinciding with the national discussion of how to secure voting as the cornerstone of free and fair elections in the U.S. California sets the stage as what not to do.   I am old enough to remember when […]

440,000 “Questionable” Ballots Mailed Out In California’s Election

440,000 “Questionable” Ballots Mailed Out In California’s Election

  Santa Clarita, Calif – Hundreds of thousands of ballots for California’s November election were mailed to registered voters who have probably moved or died, while more than one ballot was mailed to thousands more, according to Election Integrity Project® California (EIPCa). Vote-by-mail ballots have been mailed to all purportedly “Active” registrants. EIPCa sent the findings – based on […]

Questions Surround Irregularities in California’s 2020 Election

Questions Surround Irregularities in California’s 2020 Election

Nonpartisan watchdog seeks answers on over 2 million documented registration and voting anomalies. Santa Clarita, Calif. – California’s November 3, 2020 election was marred by significant voting and registration irregularities, according to Election Integrity Project® California, Inc. (EIPCa). The non-partisan organization analyzed the state’s official voter list of February 9, 2021 and reported its findings […]

Commentary | Congratulations, America Had its First Socialist Election

Commentary | Congratulations, America Had its First Socialist Election

    By Sigrid Weidenweber What is a Socialist Election you might ask? Well, it is an election only a Socialist can win because it it’s rigged. I predicted a Democratic/Socialist landslide in July 2020 when I saw Democrat governors were rigging the voting system. Using the Covid pandemic as an excuse to shape their […]

Nov. 9: Daily Update on Contested 2020 Election

Nov. 9: Daily Update on Contested 2020 Election

BY IVAN PENTCHOUKOV A third party filed a major election-fraud lawsuit in Michigan on Nov. 9, citing sworn witness statements alleging that election officials in Wayne County instructed poll workers to ignore signature mismatches, backdate late-arriving absentee ballots and push through potentially invalid ballots. The lawsuit also alleges that after a vote-counting center in Detroit announced […]

Commentary | Election Theft – It is the People Who Count the Votes

Commentary | Election Theft – It is the People Who Count the Votes

    By Capt Joseph R. John “The People that cast the votes decide nothing.  The people that count the votes decide everything.”                                                                 […]

New Data Analysis Finds 353 Counties With 1.8 Million More Registered Voters Than Residents

New Data Analysis Finds 353 Counties With 1.8 Million More Registered Voters Than Residents

BY MARK TAPSCOTT A total of 353 of the 3,141 counties in America located in 29 of the nation’s 50 states have 1.8 million more registered voters than residents, according to an analysis by Judicial Watch. The non-profit government watchdog compared the registration data available for 37 states with the U.S. Census Bureau’s most recently available American Community […]

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