Over 20 States Have Counties with More Registered Voters than People Alive

It would be a funny Zombie joke if it was not true and so impactful.   According to Public Interest Legal Foundation:

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EAC Gets it Right, Allows States to Fight Vote Fraud

Yesterday we highlighted a story about how Democrat leaders not only deny the existence of vote fraud but also reward those caught committing it.  This problem makes it so important that funding sources outside the local jurisdiction be made available to fight vote fraud.  Fortunately the Election Assistance Commission ruled that:

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Dems Nominate Alleged Vote Fraudster as Registrar

As is often the case the case, the person caught committing the vote fraud is just the tip of an alleged larger effort to disenfranchise legal voters and steal elections.  A Democrat elected official was busted for 19 counts of vote fraud

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Clinton Appointed Judge is Saying Clinton Violated “government policy."

Every day a new report comes out on Hillary Clinton’s emails and lies.  More and more classified emails have come out after her initial denial of any such emails.  The latest is dozens of emails were classified from the start.  However yesterday a damming single simple sentence was uttered by a judge that has been overlooked by some (emphasis ours):

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Provisional Ballot Mock Trial Entertains and Informs at RNLA Conference

The relatively early morning Saturday starting time did not deter one of the more informational and entertaining panels at the recently concluded RNLA Election Conference held last week in New York City. The Provisional Ballots Mock Trial simulation provided conference attendees an inside look at various scenarios and arguments that arise with sometimes-arcane provisional ballot protocols.

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Vote Fraud: Parent and Child Edition

The Chronicle Tribune of Ohio has been following an election recently decided by one Provisional Ballot for a Democrat primary in Lorain County.  The case has uncovered a few interesting tidbits of the Voter Fraud mind.  There is this one (emphasis ours):

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Hillary's "Watergate?"

Last Friday RNLA was privileged to hear former U.S. Attorney General and RNLA Board of Advisory Member Judge Michael Mukasey speak on the Iran deal and its legal/security implications.  While that is legally a bit of sticky wicket, General Mukasey explains in an Op-Ed that the issue of Hillary Clinton’s email is rather an easier question and also an issue ofcommon sense. 

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Former Attorney General Michael Mukasey to speak at 2015 National Election Law Seminar

Former Attorney General and Judge Michael Mukasey will deliver the opening address at the RNLA National Election Law Seminar on August 14. Michael B. Mukasey served as the 81st U.S. Attorney General from 2007 to 2009. From 1988 to 2006, Judge Mukasey served as a district judge in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, becoming Chief Judge in 2000. During that time, Judge Mukasey presided over hundreds of cases, including the trial of Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman and 11 co-defendants charged with conspiring to blow up numerous sites in New York. Judge Mukasey is a member of the RNLA Board of Advisors.

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A New Way for a D to Win in an R District

The left always tries to define vote fraud as narrowly as possible and often misses the point. However, we will readily admit the following does not fit in the category of vote fraud but does fit in the  theme that some Democrats will do almost anything to win an election:

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Investigation on the IRS Scandal is a “Wakeup Call”

The Senate Finance Committee released its report on the long-time investigation into the IRS’ targeting of conservative groups. The report found that Lois Lerner, who oversaw the department that processes applications for tax-exempt status, waited almost two years before notifying her supervisors about delays in processing applications. Some groups waited five years to have their applications processed.

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