Article: ‘CLOWN SHOW’: Arizona Republicans Respond To Biden Attorney General’s Threat To ‘Scrutinize’ Maricopa Audit

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‘CLOWN SHOW’: Arizona Republicans Respond To Biden Attorney General’s Threat To ‘Scrutinize’ Maricopa Audit

Multiple Arizona Republicans are speaking out after Biden administration Attorney General Merrick Garland warned that the Justice Department will scrutinize any post-election audits “to ensure they abide by federal statutory requirements to protect election records and avoid the intimidation of voters” and will “publish guidance” to protect early voting and mail in voting.

“These guys are a clown show,” wrote Arizona Rep. Mark Finchem, who is now running for Arizona Secretary of State. “They want to intrude in an area that is exclusively state’s jurisdiction to manage” but “They couldn’t be bothered when we called on them for action before the audit.” Finchem added, “Maybe AG Garland would like to engage in the prosecutions that should arise from quite possibly the biggest racketeering case in American history?”

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Article: EPIC: Vernon Jones In Arizona – Only THREE Pallets Remain to be Counted – Officials Expecting HUGE Ballot Discrepancies

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EPIC: Vernon Jones In Arizona – Only THREE Pallets Remain to be Counted – Officials Expecting HUGE Ballot Discrepancies

On Wednesday morning, The epic Arizona audit continued with just THREE untouched pallets remaining.

Christina Bobb reported on OAN that we will likely find “substantially less” than 2.1 million ballots due to large discrepancies between the number of ballots listed and the number actually counted.

Some boxes are MISSING up to 20% of the ballots.

We may find that we have more questions than answers because of this.

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Article: EVERY State Should Be Audited – In California 3,000 Votes Were Recorded from an Empty Dorm Building

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EVERY State Should Be Audited – In California 3,000 Votes Were Recorded from an Empty Dorm Building

Which state did not incur election fraud in the 2020 election?

We’ve received numerous emails from individuals around the country who say that their state did not go blue.  Americans in Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Georgia, Nevada, Virginia, Colorado, Minnesota, Rhode Island, California and more, all say their states were not blue.

As we reported, Virginia had five 300,000+ votes entries on election night in one county alone.

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Article: Critics Say Dems’ Election Reforms Will Prompt Flood of Constitutional Challenges

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Critics Say Dems’ Election Reforms Will Prompt Flood of Constitutional Challenges

Passage of Democrats’ top legislative priority—the massive registration and voting reform package named the ‘For the People Act of 2021’—will prompt “a rush to the courthouse steps,” according to Jason Snead, executive director of the Honest Elections Project.

“There are a number of constitutional infirmities and deficiencies that stem from its treatment of presidential and congressional elections identically, even though Congress has vastly reduced powers to regulate presidential elections under the Constitution,” Snead told reporters during a virtual news conference on May 12. “There are problems under the 14th Amendment, for instance, when it comes to felon reenfranchisement, because the 14th Amendment clearly allows states to make determinations about whether someone is going to lose their voting rights when they commit a felony and are convicted,” Snead said.

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Article: Leon County to Consider Making Election Day a Paid Holiday

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Leon County to Consider Making Election Day a Paid Holiday

At today’s Leon County Commission meeting, elected officials will consider a making Election Day a paid holiday for all county employees. The proposal is estimated to have a fiscal impact of $18,560 in holiday pay, which County staff reports can be paid for from existing personnel budgets.

At the April 13, 2021 meeting, the Board directed staff to provide an agenda item exploring the option to include Election Day as a Leon County Government employee paid holiday. Election Day is observed on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November in even-numbered years.

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Reform Initiative: Advance Project- Voting Rights

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Advance Project- Voting Rights

The legacy of white supremacy that criminalizes, kills, and steals people of color from the futures they deserve has another less visible, but important disempowering effect: The deprivation of our right to vote.

The lack of an affirmative right to vote in the U.S. Constitution is inextricably tied to the history of racism in America, as the founders compromised on this right to accommodate slave states. Hundreds of years after the founding of the United States, we are still fighting this original sin. Advancement Project works with seasoned leaders and emerging movements to foster a pro-democracy movement that uplifts the fundamental right to vote.

 

Article: Nation has Georgia on its mind, but many states are making voting easier

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Nation has Georgia on its mind, but many states are making voting easier

During the waning days of the presidential election, Vermont Democratic state Sen. Cheryl Hooker got a desperate call from one of her constituents: The woman said she had forgotten to sign her name on the absentee ballot, it had been rejected by the town clerk, and she couldn’t fix it.

This was a familiar story around the country, as the pandemic forced voters and election administrators to take a crash course in mail-in voting.

“People make mistakes,” said Hooker, who couldn’t help her constituent at the time. “They don’t sign the outside envelope, or they forget to put their name on it. Their vote would not count.”

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Article: Nation Has Georgia on Its Mind, but Many States Are Making Voting Easier

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Nation Has Georgia on Its Mind, but Many States Are Making Voting Easier

During the waning days of the presidential election, Vermont Democratic state Sen. Cheryl Hooker got a desperate call from one of her constituents: The woman said she had forgotten to sign her name on the absentee ballot, it had been rejected by the town clerk and she couldn’t fix it.

This was a familiar story around the country, as the pandemic forced voters and election administrators to take a crash course in mail-in voting.

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Article: Is It Not Over Yet? How US State Courts Revisit 2020 Election Controversy

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Is It Not Over Yet? How US State Courts Revisit 2020 Election Controversy

Although Donald Trump’s legal team have already ceased attempts to challenge the outcome of the 2020 US elections, the fight over purported voting irregularities and election integrity issues continues.

Michigan, Wisconsin, and Virginia court actions indicate “some absentee ballot procedures imposed by Democrats violated state laws”, US investigative journalist John Solomon highlighted in an opinion article for Just the News on 17 March. Meanwhile, counties in Georgia and Arizona are considering holding election audits.

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Article: Months after Trump complaints, some courts are finding irregularities in 2020 elections

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Months after Trump complaints, some courts are finding irregularities in 2020 elections

Long after former President Donald Trump dropped his legal challenges to the 2020 election, some courts in battleground states are beginning to declare the way widespread absentee ballots were implemented or counted violated state laws.

The latest ruling came this month in Michigan, where the State Court of Claims concluded that Democratic Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson’s instructions on signature verification for absentee ballots violated state law,

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Article: Virginia General Assembly is knocking down voting barriers

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Virginia General Assembly is knocking down voting barriers

EVERY 10 YEARS, the U.S. census is a snapshot of demographic change in our commonwealth.

This coming fall, that evolution is unlikely to be reflected at the polls. Earlier this month, the U.S. Census Bureau announced redistricting data would be available by Sept. 30—six months later than the original March 31 deadline.

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