Supreme Court Upholds States’ Efforts To Ensure Voter Integrity

The Supreme Court On Thursday Correctly Concluded That States Could Enact Commonsense And Necessary Protections To Ensure The Integrity Of Their Electoral Systems. States Like Georgia, Iowa And Florida Can Rest Assured That Specious Challenges To Their Legitimate Efforts To Guarantee The Sanctity Of The Vote Will Not Be Supported By Activist Judges.

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How Zuckerberg Paid Millions For Progressives To Work With 2020 Voting Officials Nationwide

In The Months Leading Up To November’s Election, Voting Officials In Major Cities And Counties Worked With A Progressive Group Funded By Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg And Its Allies To Create Ballots, Strategically Target Voters And Develop “Cure” Letters In Situations Where Mail-in Ballots Were In Danger Of Being…

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The Consequences Of Federalized Elections

The Founders Of Our American Republic Could Not Have Anticipated The Political Chaos Or Many Of The Other Changes That Have Re-conceptualized And Redefined The Republic They Created. But They Clearly Foresaw One Challenge That Faces Us Today – The Threat Of An All-Powerful Central Government. In The 1900s, Progressives Theodore Roosevelt And Woodrow Wilson Set The Precedent That The President Set The Agenda For Congress, Not The Voters, Which Negated The Founding Principles Of The Executive Branch.

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Objection To Electoral College Results To Be Supported By Tennessee Congressman

“On behalf of my constituents in Tennessee’s 7th District who sent me to Washington to be their voice, I will be supportive of an objection on January 6.” – Tennessee Republican Congressman Mark Green

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Mail-in Ballot Questions Continue As Trump Team Files Challenges In Several States

A top Democratic data firm warned in September that President Donald Trump may appear to have won the election after votes were tallied Election Day but he then might lose after all the mail-in ballots were counted.

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White House Race Down To A Few Battleground States

President Donald Trump won key battleground states in Ohio, Florida and Texas Tuesday. Former Vice President Joe Biden took Arizona. But the race in other swing states remained too close to call as Americans awoke Wednesday still not knowing the winner of the presidential election.

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Trump Or Biden? American Voters Decide Today, Even If Outcome Isn’t Known Right Away

It’s Decision Day in the U.S. as millions of voters head to the polls to cast their ballot for president.
Will Americans decide that Republican President Donald Trump deserves another four years in office? Or will they turn to Democrat Joe Biden?

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