News Archive for April 2012

For the Record: Facts About True the Vote

Many inaccurate statements have been made in the media about True the Vote, including three recent articles in our hometown paper, The Houston Chronicle. The most recent article, “Tea Partiers Confer in Houston to Fight Vote Fraud,” on April 29, 201...

Appeals court upholds Arizona's voter ID requirement

A 12-member panel of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a requirement in a 2004 Arizona law that voters show identification before they can cast ballots, saying that there wasn't evidence that the mandate disparately affected Latinos as the chal...

More Polling Data Show Overwhelming Support for Voter ID

A new poll is out. The bad news for voter fraud deniers and Eric Holder: 70% disagree. Read the full story here, and view a breakdown of the results.

Want to Stop Voter Fraud? Join True The Vote on April 28

For the past few months, you've seen stories about dead Democrats voting in New Hampshire, a white man voting on Attorney General Eric Holder's ballot in Washington D.C. and that same attorney general suing state after state over common sense voter i...

Voter ID Laws: Racist or Reasonable?

There’s been much said lately about election integrity and voter identification laws. Both sides of the American political spectrum have raised concerns over polls and potential abuses in the American voting process.

If Voting Isn't Fair, We're Not Free: An Interview with Catherine Engelbrecht

Breitbart.com interviewed Catherine Engelbrecht, founder of anti-fraud organization True the Vote. Engelbrecht has taken citizen journalism and activism to the next level, leading the way in making sure the 2012 elections are free, fair, and transpar...

How Artur Davis Learned to Stop Worrying and Team Up With Pro-Voter ID Tea Partiers

John Fund, the reporter and freelance pro-voter-ID speaker, encouraged the morning audience at Herman Cain's "Solutions Revolution" to mark April 27-28 on their calendars.

Who Counts in 2012? A Message from True the Vote

How are our votes really counted? And who really counts them? Recently, reports have surfaced about the purchase of SOE, a Tampa FL based vote tabulation company, by SCYTL, an international vote tabulation company, based in Barcelona, Spain.

 

Vote Fraud Test Case: US Attorney General Eric Holder's Ballot to Vote Offered to Total Stranger

In a shocking new video, James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas demonstrates to the Attorney General of the United States, Eric Holder, just why he should be concerned about a lack of voter ID laws by walking into Holder’s Washington D.C.

 

Court Watching: 2008 Democrat Vote Fraud in Indiana and Virginia

This month two states, Indiana and Virginia, have indicted Democrats and convicted felons on charges of vote fraud during the 2008 election cycle.

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