Article: County clerks release ballot images from 2020 election

Election 2020, Election Fraud

County clerks release ballot images from 2020 election

The Republican and Democratic county clerks in El Paso and Pueblo Counties want voters in their communities to be confident in the results of the 2020 presidential election. On Thursday, both officials made digital copies of every voted ballot from the election available to the public.

Clerk Chuck Broerman in El Paso County, a Republican, said he and his staff are still answering questions five months later from voters who believe fraud occurred. He doesn’t want those doubts to discourage people from participating in future elections.

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Article: Sidney Powell’s Legal Defense Dominates Dominion

Election Fraud

Sidney Powell’s Legal Defense Dominates Dominion

The supreme “Art of War” is to subdue your enemy without fighting; it means having the ability to set an inescapable trap – enabling the ability to annihilate the enemy. In fictional novels, the process can be analogized to a successfully foreshadowed climax. Some only see the strategy set up in hindsight. Continue reading “Article: Sidney Powell’s Legal Defense Dominates Dominion”

Article: Mike Lindell TV Releases Irrefutable Election Theft Proof on New Television Special That Features World Renowned Physicist

Election Fraud

Mike Lindell TV Releases Irrefutable Election Theft Proof on New Television Special That Features World Renowned Physicist

On March 31st, Mike Lindell, the CEO of MyPillow, released a one-hour television special entitled, Scientific Proof: Internationally Renowned Physicist Absolutely Proves 2020 Election Was Biggest Cyber-Crime in World History.

The special broadcast features Dr. Douglas Frank who holds a Ph.D in Surface Analytical Chemistry for the University of Cincinnati. Dr. Frank is an internationally recognized scientist with over fifty scientific publications. In 1990 Dr. Frank discovered and invented a technique for creating three dimensional images of molecules resting on surfaces. This led to a cover article in Science Magazine, which is the most read science magazine in the world by scientists, and he was on the cover of the Naturwissenschaften, in Europe.

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Reform Initiative: Common Cause- Voter Registration

Election Reform, Initiative, Voter Registration

Common Cause- Voter Registration

Together, we are making commonsense updates to our elections so more eligible Americans can register, vote, and have their voices heard.

We’re ensuring that every eligible citizen can register to vote in a convenient, fair, and secure way that’s good for voters and administrators alike. By modernizing our elections, we ensure our systems are secure and efficient, saving states money and safeguarding citizens’ votes.

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Reform Initiative: Fair Vote- Ranked Choice Voting

Election Reform, Initiative, Ranked Choice

Fair Vote- Ranked Choice Voting

Ranked choice voting (RCV) makes democracy more fair and functional. It works in a variety of contexts. It is a simple change that can have a big impact.

RCV is a way to ensure elections are fair for all voters. It allows voters the option to rank candidates in order of preference: one, two, three, and so forth. If your vote cannot help your top choice win, your vote counts for your next choice.

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Reform Initiative: US Public Interest Research Groups (PIRGs)-Modernize the Vote

Election Reform, Initiative, Voter Registration

US Public Interest Research Groups (PIRGs)-Modernize the Vote

Every American has the fundamental right to vote, and have that vote counted. And in a day and age when we can use computers and smartphones to do everything from paying our utility bills to reading the day’s headlines, there is no reason registering to vote shouldn’t be easy, accurate and automatic.

But advances in technology have not made it into most of our election systems, and nearly half our country is still using pen and paper to register to vote.

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Reform Initiative: America Votes- Expand Voter’s Access to the Ballot Box

Ballot Access, Election Reform, Initiative

America Votes- Expand Voter’s Access to the Ballot Box

AMERICA VOTES IS LEADING COMPREHENSIVE EFFORTS TO EXPAND VOTERS’ ACCESS TO THE BALLOT BOX, ensuring America’s elections truly reflect the diversity of voices across the country and not the willpower of partisan dominance.

America Votes is leading comprehensive efforts to expand voters’ access to the ballot box, ensuring America’s elections truly represent the diversity of voices across the country and not the willpower of partisan dominance.

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5 Discussions That Shaped the Justice Reform Movement in 2020

Justice

5 Discussions That Shaped the Justice Reform Movement in 2020

During summer 2020, the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and too many other Black Americans sparked a national dialogue around the failings of the U.S. criminal justice system. People nationwide joined together in protest of police violence, calling for a new approach to safety and justice. During this crucial moment, the Center for American Progress, the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, and the Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation virtually gathered 1,000 advocates, researchers, artists, and practitioners for the Innovations Conference, a multiday exploration of what it means to reimagine public safety and shrink the footprint of the justice system.

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Article: Sue Lani Madsen: Resolved: Voter fraud is a major problem in U.S. elections.

Election Fraud

Sue Lani Madsen: Resolved: Voter fraud is a major problem in U.S. elections.

Last week, over 1,500 Americans attended a virtual debate on election integrity. Debaters were passionate yet civil. The moderator simply moderated. There was minimal impugning of motives and no personal attacks. It was delightfully refreshing.

And the event proved it’s possible to discuss a question so contentious that even the brave souls of Braver Angels agonized over having the debate at all.

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Article: Colorado Republican Legislators Join Election Fraud Conspiracy Panel

Election Fraud

Colorado Republican Legislators Join Election Fraud Conspiracy Panel

Last week in Colorado Springs, two state legislators participated in a panel promoting the conspiracy theory that the 2020 election results were fraudulent. Sen. Paul Lundeen (R-Monument) appeared in person and Rep. Stephanie Luck (R-Penrose) sent her policy director, Carolyn Martin.

Both Lundeen and Luck’s aide raised questions about the validity of the 2020 election, including here in Colorado.

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