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MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Conservatives have filed lawsuits in Wisconsin’s five largest cities over the use of absentee ballot drop boxes in the 2020 election, even as the state Supreme Court was poised to rule on the issue in coming weeks.The lawsuits were filed Wednesday by the conservative Thomas More Society.It has also brought lawsuits in the same cities challenging the legality of private grant money awarded in 2020 to help run the election from a group funded by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife.The latest lawsuits target the use of absentee ballot drop boxes in Milwaukee, Madison, Racine, Kenosha and Green Bay -- all cities won by President Joe Biden.
Yuma County School Board Member Set To Plead Guilty For 2020 Election Ballot Trafficking Crimes As Exposed In “2000 Mules”
Democrat Election ‘Winner’ Drops to 3rd Place after Hand Recount in Georgia, Voting Machines ‘Off by Thousands’
Maricopa County Spokesperson Admits 20,000 ‘Late’ Ballots Were Scanned Before Verification; Expert Says Likely a Crime
IV3 Newsletter | June 2022Hi, I’m Cole Hughes, True the Vote’s Executive Director.We are grateful to all of you for signing up for IV3 and joining us as we continue to build out the app, establish best practices, grow an unstoppable grassroots movement, and work towards clean voter rolls and election integrity across the country!Going forward, we’ll use the IV3 newsletter to keep you in the loop on important IV3 updates and feature releases, new state additions, and other relevant news. You may have noticed that Facebook and Instagram are banning or limiting TTV and IV3 content, so in addition to the newsletter we’ve started a True the Vote Locals community where we’ll share additional IV3 information. Be sure to check Locals for special live events, to participate in Q&As, and to connect with like minded citizens from around the country. We are really excited about the future of IV3 and the community that is growing with us! For today, I want to quickly cover where we are with the IV3 program and what you can look forward to over the weeks and months ahead – including submitting challenges to your counties. First, we’ve learned some tough lessons. We realized when we set out to build a web-based app that enables citizens to review and report on their local voter rolls, we were doing something that had never been done before and we would likely encounter, well, challenges along the way. We’ve found that building a scalable app and national program designed to be compliant with both state and federal laws and local processes is extremely difficult. Not impossible, but definitely difficult. For example, Ohio issued an opinion that NCOA alone is insufficient to grant a challenge, so we had to alter our process to accommodate the inclusion of additional data points. Texas may require a signed statement from each challenger, so we had to build out a workflow to support that requirement. County officials in many states have declined to give us direct answers on how we can best facilitate challenges in their counties, so we've had to ask repeatedly. It has been an uphill battle, but we are figuring it out!Second, we're adding functionality slowly but surely. Many of you signed up some months ago, but we've yet to add your state's voter roll data. Or maybe we have your state data, but only have a residency query for your review. Please keep the faith! Our plans are to continue to expand and enhance the platform. At scale, we expect to support all state rolls, include a variety of queries, and be open to citizens and government workers alike. A few basics. In order to challenge an ineligible voter record, the challenger must also be a registered voter in the same county as the voter record they are challenging. When you complete a challenge in IV3, that challenge is not automatically sent to your county. Our team is working county by county to determine the best method of submitting challenges in our active states, according to each state’s laws and county processes. When we submit challenges, the county receives the challenger’s name and identifying information, the record(s) being challenged, and the reason for challenge. Your local elections administrators and boards will follow their established processes for reviewing challenges and determining how they will proceed. This may include a public meeting and vote on whether to take up the challenges. As we kick off challenge deliveries we’ll email you, push notifications to IV3, and post content on truethevote.org and True the Vote Locals. It’ll be important to watch for any communication from us or your local elections board and to monitor the board’s announcements and public meeting agendas for mentions of challenges or other references to voter rolls. Looking ahead, the federal National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) prohibits voter roll maintenance within 90 days of a federal election, so our goal is to complete submissions and wrap up the majority of our Midterm work by Friday, August 5th. After the 5th, we’re going to take IV3 offline for a few months, while we expand coverage and functionality. Planned additions and features include: adding more state data adding more queries for identifying records to be reviewed gamification features automations to improve efficiency and performance.The last (for now!) big addition coming to IV3 after the Midterms are TTV Sentinels, our IV3 Field Team! Sentinels will be in a position to help you with questions, they’ll oversee organizing at the state and local level, and track laws and rules impacting elections and processes in your state. I am excited for the future of IV3, and I am honored to be on this journey with each of you. On behalf of our entire team of developers and staff, thank you!Onward!Cole HughesExecutive DirectorTrue the Vote
Charles Barron said there’s been a decades-long history of improper politicalization of poll workers. He said some district leaders require poll workers to join the local Democratic club — and pay membership dues — or volunteer to collect petition signatures for county-backed candidates in order to be considered for election site work.
Biden and the uniparty must have plans to steal the 2022 mid-terms. There is no way they can win legitimately. Why wouldn’t they steal the election? They got away with the 2020 Election steal with the only arrests related to those who protested the steal. To think they won’t steal the next election would be ignorant.
Republicans in Texas have passed a resolution to officially declare that Democrat President Joe Biden was “not legitimately elected.”The resolution also states that “substantial” election fraud, in favor of Biden, influenced the results of the 2020 presidential election in key metropolitan areas.“We believe that the 2020 election violated Article 1 and 2 of the US Constitution, that various secretaries of state illegally circumvented their state legislatures in conducting their elections in multiple ways, including by allowing ballots to be received after November 3, 2020,” states the resolution.
Macron handily won the Presidential Election a few weeks ago.This week, his government's bloc in Parliament lost the majority in France, which hasn't happened since the 1980s.Kinda funny, non?
Democrat President Joe Biden has warned that “there’s going to be another pandemic” while telling reporters that his administration needs more money to prepare.Biden issued the warning during a press conference where he assured reporters that “the second pandemic” is coming.However, as many have pointed out, “another pandemic” would bring major disruption to the November midterm elections.In 2020, Democrats used the COVID-19 pandemic to push changes to voting processes that included the widespread use of controversial mail-in ballots.
Democrat President Joe Biden has warned that “there’s going to be another pandemic” while telling reporters that his administration needs more money to prepare.Biden issued the warning during a press conference where he assured reporters that “the second pandemic” is coming.However, as many have pointed out, “another pandemic” would bring major disruption to the November midterm elections.In 2020, Democrats used the COVID-19 pandemic to push changes to voting processes that included the widespread use of controversial mail-in ballots.They're going to need even more massive fraud to overcome the red wave this time. Sounds like they're already working on it.
They're going to need even more massive fraud to overcome the red wave this time. Sounds like they're already working on it.