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Will a President Trump make fighting voter fraud a priority in first 100 days?

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1.Nov, 2016 Comments Off on Will a President Trump make fighting voter fraud a priority in first 100 days? , Election Administration,Vote Fraud News,Voter ID News

Will a President Trump make fighting voter fraud a priority in first 100 days?

Tom Spencer, a senior fellow with the Lawyer’s Democracy Fund (LDF), lays out the case in Lifezette for voter fraud being a top priority in a new Trump Administration and arguing for a task force to be immediately convened to review the irregularities of the 2016 election.

 

Spencer lays out the case: “As an election lawyer, I’m hoping that Donald Trump will add one more urgent issue to his list of action items for the first 100 days of his presidency: obliterating the widespread and rapidly spreading disease of election fraud. Every day, we learn of new and frightening attacks on the heartbeat of American democracy. Voting machines switching votes from Trump to Hillary Clinton. Voters long since dead being resurrected to vote. Phony registrations being submitted in the names of unsuspecting or fictitious people.  Voters requesting mail ballots and then attempting to also vote by machine.  People voting in multiple states. Voter rolls intentionally left with millions of ineligible voters or voters who have moved. States permitting voters access to ballots with no photo or skimpy ID. States permitting registration with no actual proof of the citizenship of the voter.”

 

And the major recommendation: Donald Trump can lead our nation’s recovery by organizing a task force of governors, mayors, election officials, and law enforcement to stop this deadly disease before it destroys the very essence of our Constitution.


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