Recently, Project Veritas released the following videos showing evidence of not only voter fraud, but in some cases, voters voting in multiple states, and in other cases voters finding out that someone else is voting under their name unbeknownst to the voter.
Faces Of Voter Fraud #1: NY Republican Votes Twice in 2018 Elections, Casts Mail Ballot in Florida
TIP OF THE ICEBERG: Florida Voters Upset People in NY Voting in Their Name - Faces Of Voter Fraud #2
New Hampshire Voter Admits Voter Fraud? Cast Second Ballot Out-of-State
A founder of Engage The Right was shocked to discover that after moving out of state nearly 7 years ago she was still listed in 2018 as an active registered voter in a critical swing state (OHIO). The Ohio Board of Elections website has a form to fill out and mail in to be removed from the voting logs. In less than 10 minutes, she was able to fill out the information from home, mail it in, and in 2 weeks received a post card from them that she was removed from the voter logs.
It was also discovered that a family member who had been deceased for over a year was still listed as an active registered voter in another critical swing state (FLORIDA). Family members were able to find a contact person on the Florida Board of Elections website and by email have the deceased family member removed.
It is easy to be proactive and to help clean up voter logs! Have you moved out of state in the past 10 years? Do you know of a family member who is now deceased and was an active voter? Below is a list of all 50 states and the state’s Board of Elections information. Although states may operate differently, most allow you to look up to see if you are still an active registered voter. If you have moved out of state in the past 10 years, take a few minutes and go to the site and insert your information. If you find you are listed as a registered or active voter in a state where you no longer reside, take the necessary steps and get REMOVED immediately. By knowing a deceased family member’s birthday, one can also double check to make sure that their name is no longer on the voting logs.
Did you know that your state’s Board of Elections is a valuable resource tool? For anyone actively engaged in state politics, below are some ways to use your Board of Elections to help REPUBLICANS win in 2020!
(DISCLAIMER: Every state has their own laws for elections. Some states allow voters to register online, while others do not. Some states allow voters to view their voter registration online while others do not. Just be aware that most states function and run the same way, but all suggestions listed below may not apply to every states website.)
Use the website to register new voters.
Will your child or grandchild be 18 and a citizen of the United States by November 3, 2020? Have them register online.
Holding a new voter registration drive? If you have access to the internet, you can have new voters sign up online.
Have you, or someone you know, moved and have a new address different from your driver’s license?
Use the website to update your voter registration information.
Know of someone who is in the military or will be away at college? Use the site to find out how they can participate in the election.
Help voters find their polling location and identify their precinct.
Find out about upcoming elections:
Smaller state elections (mayor, governor, school board)
Bigger elections (Congressional, Senate, Presidential)
View sample ballots
Request an absentee ballot
SIGN UP TO BE A POLL WORKER (we need as many Republicans as possible to work at the polls on November 3, 2020)
Besides the website being a useful tool to answer and guide questions for elections, it also can be used as a tool for people actively involved in volunteering and working on campaigns.
Use the results to collect data. How many registered voters are in your precinct? Of these registered voters, how many voted in the 2016 election? How many voted for Republican candidate Donald J. Trump? How many voted for Democrat Hillary Clinton?
How many new voters were added since the 2016 elections? How many voters participated in the 2018 primaries? 2018 General Election?
How many are registered Republicans? Registered independents? Registered Democrats? If your state does not register by party, click here and download and print the Engage The Right handbook and find out how you can begin to organize your precinct and get involved.
Do you want to stop voter fraud and the dead voting? Is this something you are passionate about and want to be proactive? Did you know that you can do this on your own and help stop the “dead vote”?
Go to your state’s Board of Elections website.
Does the website have a spot to “Check your voter registration”? If yes and you want to help, doing the following will help prevent voter fraud as there seems to be a break down in removing deceased voters from voter logs.
Begin by making a document on your computer. Use online newspapers or those delivered to your home. Capture the following information in your document:
First and last name of the deceased
Date of death
Birthday of the deceased including year born
City and county where registered
Next of kin or contact person
Source where you found the obituary
In January or February of 2020, print off your saved list.
Go to the Board of Elections website and enter the information.
If you find that someone is still listed as a registered and active voter, contact the Board of Elections as well as your County Republican Chairman. Meet with these people and provide them with a copy of your findings.
Check with the Board of Elections again a few weeks prior to the 2020 primaries. If the names are still listed as active and registered voters, continue to contact people to have the deceased removed immediately!