13.Jun, 2019 Comments Off on Arizona’s Establishment of Electoral Integrity Unit Highlights Rare Bipartisan Consensus

Arizona’s Establishment of Electoral Integrity Unit Highlights Rare Bipartisan Consensus

In the wake of the 2018 Senate election in Arizona, politicians  grew concerned of the status quo of safeguards protecting voters, protecting ballots, and protecting the overall electoral process in the state. Over the course of the election and the post-mortem analysis, a number of inconsistencies in the process startled…

4.Nov, 2016 Comments Off on Voter Fraud Not as Rare as Lightning Strike

Voter Fraud Not as Rare as Lightning Strike

As it turns out, despite liberals’ claims, it is not more likely that a citizen will be struck by lightning than affected by voter fraud (emphasis added):   [President Obama] just doesn’t think there is such a thing as election fraud. As he informed the assembled Floridians, “You are much likelier to…

4.Nov, 2016 Comments Off on Police Raid 2 Offices of FieldWorks in Pennsylvania

Police Raid 2 Offices of FieldWorks in Pennsylvania

Police have raided two offices of FieldWorks in Pennsylvania, searching for evidence of fraudulent voter registration forms:   Days after searching the Delaware County office of a Democratic grassroots organization for evidence of voter-registration fraud, state police on Thursday raided a second office – this one in Philadelphia. Agents executed…

3.Nov, 2016 Comments Off on 83 Mail Ballots Sent to One Address in California

83 Mail Ballots Sent to One Address in California

Either through fraud or a “system error,” 83 mail ballots were sent to a two-bedroom apartment with a single inhabitant in California:   Jerry Mosna was gardening outside his San Pedro, Calif., home Saturday when he noticed something odd: Two stacks of 2016 ballots on his mailbox. The 83 ballots,…

3.Nov, 2016 Comments Off on TX SOS – Vote Fraud Happens and Can Effect Election Outcomes

TX SOS – Vote Fraud Happens and Can Effect Election Outcomes

Texas Secretary of State Carlos Cascos gave an interview on election issues, where he noted that fraud happens, it is difficult to know to what extent as we can only tell the instances in which it is caught, and that it occurs in many different forms:   We don’t know….

1.Nov, 2016 Comments Off on Serious Problem of Vote Fraud

Serious Problem of Vote Fraud

In a new op-ed, LDF senior fellow Tom Spencer wrote about the serious problem of vote fraud [auto-play video warning]:   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…

31.Oct, 2016 Comments Off on Double Voting in Iowa

Double Voting in Iowa

Three instances of double voting have been discovered in Polk County, Iowa:   Three people have tried to vote multiple times in the general election this month in Polk County, according to Des Moines police reports. The Polk County Auditor’s Office reported the cases to police Wednesday, according to the reports. It’s the…

31.Oct, 2016 Comments Off on Two Arrests for Election Fraud in Florida

Two Arrests for Election Fraud in Florida

Two recent arrests for election fraud in Florida demonstrate the importance of having checks at every point of the process.  One was of a temporary election worker who was filling in blanks on mail-in ballots she was processing, and the other was a person hired by a non-profit to register…

26.Feb, 2016 0

Kansas Prosecutes Double Voting

  Under new authority to prosecute election crimes, Kansas is prosecuting a man accused of voting in both Kansas and Colorado.

26.Feb, 2016 0

Congressman Encourages Florida to Join National Voter Registration Database

  Congressman Ted Deutch encouraged the Florida Secretary of State to enroll Florida in the Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC), which is a national database aimed at preventing duplicate voter registrations and vote fraud. ERIC members currently include 15 states and the District of Columbia.