Tag: Voter Fraud

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5 Voter Fraud Facts That Could Determine the Midterm Elections

As Americans head to the polls to vote in primaries this month, there has been much discussion about the threats to the American election system, both domestically and from abroad. As as a research director for the Government Accountability Institute (GAI), and the author of “Fraud: How the Left Plans to Steal the Next Election,” I found plenty of evidence of fraud inside our borders. Here are the five things everyone should know as they head to the polls this month.

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North Texas Man Indicted in Voter Fraud Probe Pleads Guilty

The North Texas man indicted in an ongoing Dallas County voter fraud investigation pleaded guilty to a lesser charge this week. He was sentenced to serve six months in jail, according to the Office of the Dallas County District Attorney.

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Kobach: A Victory for Clean Elections and a Defeat for Judicial Activism

On Monday, the Supreme Court handed down one of the most important judicial decisions of the year. The Court decided Husted v. A Philip Randolph Institute, et al., holding that Ohio did not violate the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) when it used voters’ failure to vote for two years as a trigger to contact them to see if they has moved out of the state.

LOS ANGELES, CA - NOVEMBER 8: Maryjane Medina, 18, a first time voter, walks up to polling booth to cast her vote at a polling station set-up at Watts Towers Arts Center on November 8, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Irfan Khan/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

Texas Democrat Pins Primary Loss on ‘Voter Fraud’

A South Texas Democrat candidate, who lost by six votes in a recent primary runoff, is contesting the race results against the Democrat winner, claiming “irregularities, misconduct, and fraud” impacted the outcome of the election.

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Texas AG Probes Voter Fraud in Border City

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced Wednesday that his office is investigating alleged voter fraud activities stemming back to a 2017 election in a city located on the U.S. and Mexico border.

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Texas Judge Pleads Guilty to Forging Signatures in Re-Election Bid

A Texas judge pleaded guilty to tampering with government records to secure a spot on the state’s March 6 primary election ballot. This follows a criminal investigation over complaints he forged dozens of voters’ signatures to ensure ballot access.

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More Texas Democrats Challenge Primary Election Results over ‘Voter Fraud’

Two Texas Democrat candidates, who lost their respective races by razor-thin margins in the March 2018 Primary, are challenging results in a new lawsuit. It alleges the winning Democrats committed voter fraud in a county already fraught with investigations into alleged mail ballot irregularities.