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GA Senate Files Eight Bills Aimed at Reducing Voter Fraud

GA Senate Files Eight Bills Aimed at Reducing Voter Fraud; Speaker Ralston & Lt Governor Duncan Remain Opposed Georgia Republican state senators have presented a legislative package aimed at overhauling Georgia’s election laws by limiting who can vote by mail, outlining how to prove identification, and outlawing absentee-ballot drop boxes. […]

AZ: Maricopa County Board of Supervisors Could Face Jail Time After Rejecting Senate Election Subpoena Demands

The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors did not comply with the Arizona Senate’s request to set a date for turning over materials that Republican lawmakers subpoenaed for a proposed audit of the 2020 general election. This Could potentially land the board in jail for contempt. The Arizona State Senate had given […]

Georgia Sec of State Launches Investigation into Lin Wood for Voter Fraud

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has launched an investigation into whether Pro-Trump attorney Lin Wood voted as a legal resident in the November election, a source with Raffensperger’s office confirmed to CNN. Lin Wood stated that he has been a resident of the State of Georgia since 1955, and […]

GEORGIA: GOP State Senators Launch Effort to Ban Ballot Drop Boxes

Republican state senators introduced a package of bills on Monday, Februrary 1st, to ban automatic voter registration, ballot drop boxes, and no-excuse absentee voting in Georgia. The proposals amount to a complete overhaul of Georgia’s election laws after the Democrats turned Georgia blue with record voter turnout in the latest […]

State Rep. Philip Singleton Launches Effort to Bar Non-Citizens from Voting in Georgia

Republican Rep. Philip Singleton is leading the charge to fix Georgia’s broken election laws. On January 29th Representative Philip Singleton of Georgia put out a statement on Facebook revealing that he had filed a resolution that would provide a constitutional amendment to fix the language in the Georgia Constitution, stating […]