Voter Registration Confusion in Kansas

There is considerable confusion in Kansas regarding the current requirements to register to vote.  State law requires voters to provide proof of citizenship prior to being registered, but that requirement is the subject of ongoing litigation:

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Mandatory Voter Registration - Ongoing Analysis Continues to Show No Increase in Voter Turnout

This week, many lefties in Oregon are touting the success of the state’s mandatory voter registration initiative reaching a milestone and claim that 68,500 new voters have been added to the rolls, increasing democracy on a grand scale. In theory that sounds like excellent news. But, for all the generally loud noise, the claims of “improvement” and increased voter turnout are lacking in a very crucial element - fact.

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You are Likely Looking at Ground Zero of a 2016 General Election Meltdown

California held its primary on June 7, 2016, or at least it tried. The LA Times highlighted the nearly statewide debacles that left many wondering exactly what happened and why. Recently we discussed some of the issues facing California voters whose election officials have horribly mismanaged HAVA funding almost since its inception.

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The Modern Day Election Mafia in Ohio

Ohio is no stranger to vote fraud. There have been several issues over the past few years that illustrate a substantial need for election reforms in the crucial swing state. But, despite steps taken by the Ohio legislature and Secretary of State John Husted to ensure a fair election, the left continues to sink millions of dollars into blocking and undoing as much of the common sense legislation as possible. It is not out of fear for citizens but rather fear of losing the White House.

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Politicizing Justice – A Disturbing New Trend

Justice. It’s a word that is frequently thrown around but many seem to forget the meaning behind the word.

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Mitch McConnell – Unsung Conservative Hero

Much like being an attorney, being a politician is often a thankless endeavor. Individuals in these positions are frequently criticized and rarely praised. Yet, we all owe a great debt of gratitude to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell whose foresight and leadership in the wake of the death of a conservative icon would enable the American public to have a voice in choosing the next Justice while choosing the next President. Sen. McConnell took an unprecedented amount of flak from the left and mainstream media, but he never wavered despite the perceived backlash.

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Lee Goodman – A Steadfast Defender of the First Amendment – Part II

A couple weeks ago we posted a blog on Lee Goodman and his passion for protecting the First Amendment.  That blog closed with the following:

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Ann Ravel - Enemy of Free Speech

FEC Commissioner Ann Ravel, often joined by her colleague Ellen Weintraub, consistently makes statements about expanding the FEC’s role in regulation of both political speech and the internet. This dynamic duo of FEC commissioners has become known as the proverbial Batman and Robin of irrationality, absurdity, and preposterous commentary.  Here are some of the left field quotes and articles discussing the illogical and almost unbelievable comments made by the chair of this crucial federal agency.

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Connecticut & Mandatory Voter Registration - A Recipe for a Slow Motion Train Wreck

Mandatory voter registration is the most recent nonsensical idea sprouting up on the left. The basic premise is simple, at least according to their theory. However the actual implementation and execution of the process is another matter altogether especially when the DMV is involved

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The Dead Walk to the Voting Booths in California

Last week we shared a blog post surrounding the ongoing zombie voting apocalypse that was recently uncovered in California. Since that time, many tough questions have been asked.  Questions like: How did they not see this coming? How is this happening? Isn’t the government supposed to ensure election integrity? And most importantly, how can we stop it?

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