Article:UPDATE: Voting Machines in Fayette County PA Are Not Counting GOP Votes – Fayette County Uses Dominion Voting Machines

Election Fraud

UPDATE: Voting Machines in Fayette County PA Are Not Counting GOP Votes – Fayette County Uses Dominion Voting Machines

As Cristina Laila reported earlier —  Elections officials in a Pennsylvania County are working to resolve a problem dealing with voting machines rejecting ballots.

Voting machines in Fayette County are only rejecting Republican ballots, according to Chris Varney, Judge of Elections. At first, Varney was under the impression that there was a problem will the barcodes on all ballots, but it turns out only Republican ballots are being rejected.

How strange.

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Article: How the For the People Act Would Revolutionize Voting

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How the For the People Act Would Revolutionize Voting

It’s been nearly three long months since H.R. 1, also known as the For the People Act, was first introduced on the House floor on January 4. The bill, which would put in place uniform federal election rules for all 50 states, would also limit partisan gerrymandering, modernize voter registration, strengthen election security, enforce campaign finance laws, broaden access to the ballot, and simplify mail-in voting.

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Article: GOP Decides Equal Representation Is an ‘Assault on Democracy

Election Fraud

GOP Decides Equal Representation Is an ‘Assault on Democracy

The Republican Party has won the popular vote in just one of the six presidential elections held this century — but has nevertheless held the White House for 12 of the past 20 years. Since 2000, the GOP’s Senate caucus has never represented more voters than their Democratic colleagues.

Yet Republicans have controlled the upper chamber for more than half of the past two decades. Meanwhile, for the entirety of this millennium, the median House district has been at least 2 points more Republican than the nation as whole; for most of the past decade, the House map has had a pro-GOP bias of more than 4 percent.

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