A MUST WATCH: “The Voter Fraud Crisis” – A Judicial Watch Panel Discussion

A MUST WATCH: “The Voter Fraud Crisis” – A Judicial Watch Panel Discussion

Judicial Watch has brought together an expert panel on voter fraud to discuss the problems that exist within our electoral system nationwide.  Some topics discussed are:

The need for a Federal Investigation of election fraud
Voter fraud prosecution and statistics
Evidence of double voting and other forms of voter fraud
Evidence of non citizen voting
Dirty and inaccurate voter rolls
Interference by the US Justice Department in voter roll maintenance

To watch this discussion, go to Judicial Watch’s Facebook page,  https://www.facebook.com/JudicialWatch/videos/10154696009581943/

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Public Interest Legal Foundation and Judicial Watch defend Ohio Election Integrity

Public Interest Legal Foundation and Judicial Watch defend Ohio Election Integrity

The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) and Judicial Watch have both issued amicus briefs in defense of Jon Husted in the case of Ohio A. Phillip Randolph Institute et al. v. Jon Husted, Ohio Secretary of State.

Randolph claims that Husted is unlawfully removing inactive voters from the voter rolls.  However as stated in Judicial Watch’s amicus brief, “Ohio’s process is based on the mandate in the NVRA that all states undertake efforts to remove ineligible voters from their registration lists. The NVRA explicitly provides that one way of maintaining …

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Legislative Testimony: President Obama’s Executive Actions on Immigration will destroy Election Integrity

Legislative Testimony: President Obama’s Executive Actions on Immigration will destroy Election Integrity

February 12, 2015

Today, the Secretary of States of Ohio, Kansas and Maine along with Hans von Spakovsky of the Heritage Foundation testified before the House of Representatives, Committee on Oversight and
Government Reform about the threat of President Obama’s Executive Actions on Immigration on the integrity of state and federal elections.  The links to these testimonies are below.

Jon Husted, Ohio Secretary of State

http://oversight.house.gov/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Secretary-Husted-Statement-2-12-Immigration.pdf
 
Kris Kobach, Kansas Secretary of State
http://oversight.house.gov/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Kobach-Testimony-House-OGR-21215.pdf

 
Duncan, Maine Secretary of State
http://oversight.house.gov/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Dunlap-Maine-Congressional-Testimony-2-11-2015.pdf

Hans A Von Spakovsky, The Heritage Foundation
http://oversight.house.gov/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Testimony-of-Hans-von-Spakovsky-2-12-15.pdf

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Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted to President Obama: Non-citizens increase potential for voter fraud

Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted to President Obama: Non-citizens increase potential for voter fraud

February 6, 2015

On January 27, 2015, Ohio Secretary of State (SOS) Jon Husted wrote to President Obama about his concerns that the President’s executive orders, giving approximately 5 million non-citizens social security numbers and/or driver’s licenses, will compromise the integrity of our state and federal elections.

Secretary Husted writes, “In short, by enabling millions of non-citizens to access valid forms of the types of identification required to register to vote, the recent executive actions have increased the risk that non-citizens may illegally register to vote and …

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Voter Integrity Groups in Maryland and Virginia Discover 43,983 Duplicate Registrations on the States’ Voter Rolls

Voter Integrity Groups in Maryland and Virginia Discover 43,983 Duplicate Registrations on the States’ Voter Rolls

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sschwartzman@rmr.com
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As Elections Near, Voter Integrity Organizations Intensify Their Efforts to End Voter Roll Inaccuracies

Rockville, MD – May 19, 2014 – Election Integrity Maryland (EIM), one of the Mid–Atlantic’s leading election watchdog organizations, in partnership with The Virginia Voters Alliance (VVA), announces today that it has discovered at least 43,983 voters registered in both Maryland and Virginia. These duplicate registrations on both states’ rolls present a large-scale risk to fair electoral processes and pose significant threats to the fair outcomes of future …

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Lawsuit settled over clean up of Ohio’s voter rolls

Lawsuit settled over clean up of Ohio’s voter rolls

Lawsuit settlement may clean up Ohio’s elections

By Darrel Rowland

The Columbus Dispatch • Monday January 13, 2014 5:02 PM

Ohio’s effort to clean up its voter rolls led to the first of-its-kind federal lawsuit settlement today, a move one of the groups suing called “historic.”

“It’s good (for Ohioans) because there is added assurance that their elections are going to be cleaner,” said Tom Litton, president of Judicial Watch.

“There are nationwide problems on this issue…To Ohio’s credit they took notice and acted.”

Matthew McClellan, spokesman for Ohio Secretary of …

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Judicial Watch and True the Vote Sue Ohio to Force Clean Up of Voting Rolls

Judicial Watch and True the Vote Sue Ohio to Force Clean Up of Voting Rolls

Ohio Has Failed to Maintain Clean Voter Registration Lists

Voter Registration Rolls in 3 Ohio Counties Exceed 100% of Total Voting Population – Lawsuit Alleges State in Violation of National Voter Registration Act

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a lawsuit in partnership with True the Vote against election officials in the State of Ohio, alleging violations of the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA). Specifically, the lawsuit alleges that Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted and Ohio election officials have …

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At the Core of Our Democracy, A Fragile Voting System

At the Core of Our Democracy, A Fragile Voting System

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At the Core of Our Democracy, A Fragile Voting System

By: Lee Hamilton, Director of the Center on Congress at Indiana University

Our challenge is to ensure that those who vote really are entitled to do so, while at the same time making it as convenient as possible for all who are entitled to cast their ballots.

You would think that after more than two centuries of practice, we’d know all about running efficient and accurate elections. Voting, after all, is the great shared …

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