The Big Rig – More Minnesota Mischief

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Minnesota Counties Sued Over Duplicate Voter Registrations

(Epoch Times) An election integrity group is filing a new legal complaint each day this week regarding a different Minnesota county for officials’ failure to remove duplicate voter registrations from county voter rolls.
“Federal law requires that duplicate registrations are eliminated from the voter roll,” said J. Christian Adams, president of the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF). Adams is a former civil rights attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice.
“It is troubling that we are seeing duplicate registrants remain on the voter roll in Minnesota counties. Each duplicate registration allows for a person to vote more than once. Removing these duplicate registrations will make Minnesota’s elections more secure.”
PILF describes itself as “the nation’s only public interest law firm dedicated wholly to election integrity.”…Read the rest
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The Big Rig: More Texas Voter Fraud, Ft Worth


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Texas sheriff won’t investigate voter fraud allegations against Democrat candidate leveled in police bodycam video

(The Blaze) A Texas sheriff won’t investigate voter fraud allegations against a Democrat candidate for county judge that were leveled during a bodycam conversation between a Fort Worth police officer and a homeless man who had been arrested for voter fraud.
What are the details?
The Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office said because Democrat candidate Deborah Peoples is at the center of the allegations, and Sheriff Bill Waybourn already endorsed her Republican opponent Tim O’Hare — as well as other GOP candidates — Waybourn said it would be “inappropriate” for the sheriff’s office to investigate the matter, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported, citing a Monday evening press release.
Instead the sheriff’s office will pass the information to the state attorney general’s office, the Star-Telegram said, adding that representatives for Waybourn didn’t immediately respond to the paper’s request for comment…Read the rest
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The Big Rig: As Election Season Nears, Voters are Still Concerned About Election Integrity


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(Texian Partisan) On November 8, the U.S. will hold its midterm elections, while Texas voters will head to the polls to elect state and local officials. For many Texans, even with the passage of new voting legislation/Senate Bill 1 (SB1) in 2021, election integrity remains a point of concern.
In just over one month, voters in Texas will cast their ballots for seven statewide positions: governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, land commissioner, agriculture commissioner, comptroller and a Railroad Commission seat. Additionally, Texans are slated to elect officials for district-based congressional and legislative offices, the State Board of Education, and judicial seats.
Election Integrity is a Non-Partisan Issue in Texas
The issue of election integrity is not a partisan one. As part of its 2022 platform, the Republican Party of Texas (see Fair Elections Procedures) states the group’s support for “The constitutional authority of state legislatures to regulate voting.” Additionally, the 2022 platform of the Texas Democratic Party… Read the rest
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The Big Rig: MSM setting up Senate Steal. More than 2000 Mules

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Fake News Media Lays Groundwork for U.S. Senate Vote Steal in Midterm Elections

(Big League Politics) The fake news is laying the groundwork for another vote steal in the U.S. senate elections in the upcoming midterms in November.
A Politico article titled, “Why we may not know who won the Senate on Election Day,” explains how “issues with state law that caused the 2020 election results to drag out for days are still in play in key 2022 states.”
“Then-President Donald Trump used the delays counting mail ballots after Election Day to sow confusion and baseless conspiracy theories about the validity of the vote count, igniting a movement to overturn the results that led to the riot at the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021,” the report stated.
“Now, Trump-aligned candidates on the ballot have signaled they could mimic the former president and use any delays in 2022 to undermine confidence in the results again,” it added.
The article tried to paint election officials, some of the most corrupt government bureaucrats in the country, in a sympathetic light for being unable and/or unwilling to do their jobs in a timely and expedient manner…Read the rest
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Election Security Laws Increase Voter Turnout

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After 5 Red States Passed ‘Voter Suppression’ Bills, Voting Turnout Boomed

(Daily Signal) left-leaning New York think tank sounded a familiar warning about Arizona’s “voter suppression bills” being “dangerously close to becoming law.”
The Brennan Center for Justice added in a press release that Arizona was “taking center stage in the relent­less effort to rein in voter parti­cip­a­tion in the name of ‘elec­tion secur­ity.’” Pending bills, the think tank claimed, were “aimed at making voting by mail harder.”
That was in April 2021, before Arizona passed several reform measures that state legislators said they crafted to ensure secure and honest elections.
Little more than a year later, in August 2022, Arizona notched a record for high turnout in a primary election as 1.45 million voters participated, or 35.1% of those registered, surpassing the previous record in a 2000 primary by 7,000 ballots.
Voter turnout in Arizona for 2018, the last primary in a non-presidential election year, was 1.2 million voters, or 33.4%.
In 2021, Democrats and pundits attacked election reform laws enacted in 19 states as attempts at “voter suppression.” The five states that…Read the rest
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