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In dead of night, Democrats pass controversial election ‘reform’

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Democrats have passed an “election reform” bill that some say actually weakens the democratic process and moves control of elections nationwide to Congress. The bill, which contains sweeping and controversial changes, was ...

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Justice Clarence Thomas concerned about mail-in ballot fraud

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Although the U.S. Supreme Court declined to review the way Pennsylvania conducted its presidential election because of the timing of the case, Justice Clarence Thomas expressed concern about the potential for fraud. ...

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Trump campaign files challenge to Pennsylvania in U.S. Supreme Court

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The Trump re-election campaign has filed an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court to reverse a lower court ruling. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court had upheld changes to the election process made by ...

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17 states have now joined Supreme Court election lawsuit

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In a public show of unity that spans the nation, seventeen states have joined the Texas lawsuit before the Supreme Court to challenge the 2020 election results in four battleground states. The states ...

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Attorneys general from across nation sue Pennsylvania over ballots

Attorneys general from across the nation are joining a lawsuit challenging Pennsylvania mail-in ballots before the U.S. Supreme Court, according to multiple reports. Missouri’s AG is now one of them. A spokesperson for Missouri Attorney ...

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Court rules Pennsylvania ballot signatures don’t need to match records

Voter integrity groups and Republicans are crying foul after the Democrat-controlled Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled that counties cannot reject ballots in which signatures do not match the registration form.  The signatures rule ...

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Missouri mail-in and absentee voting rules

While the vast majority of Missouri voters are expected to vote in person this Nov. 3, some are still planning to take their chances with mail-in or absentee ballots. Missouri courts have ...

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1,200 absentee ballots missing in Pettis County, county clerk says

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Problems with mail-in balloting are hitting close to home. The county clerk in Pettis County, which includes Sedalia, said 1,200 absentee ballots that were supposed to arrive on September 21 are still ...

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Mail carrier sentenced for stealing, opening mail

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Another incident dealing with a US mail carrier is giving voters doubts about mail-in voting. A contract carrier of the U.S. Postal service was sentenced Wednesday for stealing mail. U.S. District Judge ...

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‘Stoking fears,’ WH Chief of Staff accuses CNN’s Jake Tapper on Post Office funding

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As Democrats and news outlets push the conspiracy theory that the US Post Office is tampering with the election, the White House is hitting back with a little history. White House chief ...

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What you need to know about mail-in voting debate

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Recent incidents of massive mail-in vote problems continue to give many Americans on both sides of aisle reason to worry. When twenty percent of all mail-in votes in New Jersey’s third largest ...

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Ready for mail-in ballots? Neither are most states

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The road to the November 2020 presidential election is already fraught with unprecedented crises and uncertainty. Now comes expanded mail-in voting. The COVID-19 pandemic has uprooted daily life and changed cultural norms, ...

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As Democrats push for mail-in ballots, postal carrier charged with election fraud

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Federal prosecutors announced on May 26 that a West Virginia postal carrier has been charged with attempted election fraud after the party affiliations of several mail-in requests for absentee ballots were altered. The ...

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Missouri attorney general questions decision to expand mail-in voting

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Attorney General Jay Ashcroft wants all Missourians to be able to vote as safety as possible. He just isn’t sure that expanded mail-in voting is the best way to do it. “It’s ...

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Groups organize to force widespread mail-in ballots in Missouri, raising concerns over voting fraud by others 

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The way in which Missouri voters cast their ballots this November will change if a growing group of Jewish leaders and other clergy have their way. Not so fast, say others who ...

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