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Oh dear, the Russian Usurper who lost the popular vote by over 3 million Americans (if they WERE Americans!) wants to look into voter fraud. You know, because “in addition to winning the Electoral College in a landslide, I won the … Continue reading
“It seems to me that virtually every case of voter fraud I can remember in my lifetime was committed by Democrats,” [Steve Curtis, the former chairman of Colorado’s Republican Party] said during a segment on his KLZ 560 show. “Am … Continue reading
Happy Hour News Briefs OMG, you guys! Voter fraud is real! Take it away, One News Now! A legal scholar and former commissioner on the Federal Election Commission is pleased President Donald Trump has ordered an investigation into voter fraud. … Continue reading
Noted white person Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill doesn’t like automatic voter registration: “I don’t think that just because your birthday comes around, you should be registered to vote,” he said in an interview with Brian Jenkins, the director … Continue reading
Gov. Sammiches said when vetoing a motor-voter bill: In his veto of the Motor Vehicles Commission bill, Christie said the law should instead be called the “Voter Fraud Enhancement and Permission Act” because it would “almost certainly register ineligible voters” … Continue reading
In which former Senator and current sleaze-ball Jim DeMint actually says something honest. Continue reading
Kudos to @JDickerson for kicking off tonight's #DemDebate with foreign policy. It may not be important to Democrats, but it is to America. — Frank Luntz (@FrankLuntz) November 15, 2015 I hate to break the news to you, Frankie, but Democrats … Continue reading
The 2014 Vote was the lowest participation in 72 years.
TechCrunch has a great piece up about technology, democracy, and voting. This is is not the usual “technology will solve everything (Techtopia, as I like to call it) — The passage on gerrymandering I found especially interesting: In a sane … Continue reading