Vote fraud cases go nowhere with Fairfax prosecutor

By   /  July 30, 2014  /  News, Texas, Virginia, Voter Fraud  /  No Comments

NO JUSTICE: Cases of alleged voter fraud are collecting dust in the office of Fairfax County's commonwealth attorney.

Four years after the Fairfax County election board began uncovering cases of alleged voter fraud, the local prosecutor has not taken action, and has nothing to say.

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Lawyers for MS U.S. Senate candidate say fight for seat far from over

By   /  July 17, 2014  /  Campaign Finance, Legislature, Mississippi, News, State Politics, State Senate, U.S. Senate, Voter Fraud  /  No Comments

SPEAKING OUT: State Sen. Michael Watson (R-Pascagoula) is one of the attorneys for the Chris McDaniel campaign.

State Sen. Chris McDaniel intimates he’s not concerned about his political fate as he continues to fight the results of the June 24 GOP primary runoff.

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Legal motion alleges voter fraud in Mississippi’s U.S. Senate race

By   /  July 10, 2014  /  Campaign Finance, Mississippi, National, News, State Politics, State Senate, U.S. Senate, Voter Fraud  /  No Comments

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By Steve Wilson | Mississippi Watchdog
An election integrity advocacy group will get its day in court in the Mississippi U.S. Senate race.
True the Vote filed a motion for a temporary restraining order and injunctive relief Wednesday in the U.S. District Court, Southern District in Jackson against the Mississippi Republican Party, Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann, the Mississippi Election [...]

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Challenger calls for new election in U.S. Senate race

By   /  July 8, 2014  /  Legislature, Mississippi, National, News, Politics, State Elections, State Senate, U.S. Senate, Voter Fraud  /  No Comments

PHOTO BY: Associated Press

By Steve Wilson | Mississippi Watchdog
Chris McDaniel isn’t ready to quit. Rather, channeling an inner John Paul Jones, he has just begun to fight.
McDaniel, a two-term Mississippi state senator, alleges thousands of votes were cast illegally for Thad Cochran by Democrats who crossed over during the June 24 Republican runoff for U.S. Senate, which Cochran, [...]

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Kansas’ punishment for voter fraud ‘a slap on the wrist’

By   /  July 3, 2014  /  Kansas, News, Voter Fraud  /  No Comments

TWICE AS NICE: More than 125,000 Kansans were identified as potentially having voter registrations in multiple states. But even when fraud -- potential or real -- is uncovered, prosecution is far from easy.

For more than a decade now, Sherman County clerk Janet Rumpel has been hopping mad.

Like all in her position, Rumpel takes the duty of administering fair and accurate elections seriously. So when a local man bragged to poll workers about skirting election law and voting in multiple states, she practically demanded retribution.

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Is a do-over imminent for Mississippi’s U.S. Senate GOP primary race?

By   /  July 3, 2014  /  Constitution, Mississippi, Politics, State Politics, Transparency, U.S. Senate, Voter Fraud, Voter Registration  /  No Comments

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Will there be a do-over in Mississippi’s Republican U.S. Senate primary race?

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