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Tag: Voting Irregularities

Election Watchdog Finds 137,500 Ballots Unlawfully Trafficked in Wisconsin

Ballot trafficking is an activity in which absentee ballots and votes are solicited, sometimes in exchange for money or other valuables. They are then collected through a process called “harvesting” and delivered to drop boxes by intermediaries (someone other than the voter), who are often paid a per-ballot fee by partisan actors.

10 trillion unique cell phone ‘pings’ were used to reconstruct the movements of ballot box intermediaries in 2020 election

Judge Rules Absentee Ballot Drop Boxes Not Allowed in Wisconsin

Bohren agreed with the plaintiff attorney’s argument that state law only allows two ways for absentee ballots to be returned: by mail or in-person at the local clerk’s office.

When returned in person, only the person who cast the vote may do that, Bohren ruled.

Guided by Trump Hatred, Opposition Must Now Answer for Its Improprieties

The year ends in Washington amidst immense contumely. The Democrats continue monotonously on the one theme they have had these five years—Trump-hate, and they are now serving up that tired dish from a pre-confected misstatement of the former president’s views of the trespass and vandalism at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.

Losing by Five, With 1,400 Votes Rejected

The headlines say a House election in Florida has been won by a mere five votes, 11,662 to 11,657, which is a remarkable piece of news. But here’s what those reports are missing: Nearly 1,400 mail ballots were thrown out for one reason or another. If this isn’t a warning about the perils of trusting your vote to the postman, it’s hard to know what would be.