Center for Vulnerable Voters

Marc Elias Behind Wisconsin Lawsuit To Influence 2024 Election

Clinton Campaign’s former General Counsel files lawsuit to make Wisconsin’s elections subject to even more fraud. “The most common problem is that activists or staff fill out the ballots for residents without respect to the residents’ free will or ability to choose,” said Lori Roman, president of the American Constitutional Rights Union, which monitors protections for vulnerable voters. “This lawsuit puts every vulnerable voter in Wisconsin at risk and cements Wisconsin’s reputation as the worst state in the country for vulnerable voters.”

By |2024-02-17T15:58:23+00:00October 9, 2023|

Ranked-choice voting in Utah: How did it work?

When Monica Zoltanski was elected mayor of Sandy, Utah, from a crowded field of eight candidates by only 21 votes in November 2021, the city had to hold a recount — not just because of the close vote, but also because of voter confusion. Such were the fruits of Sandy’s experiment with ranked-choice voting.

By |2023-06-29T15:23:32+00:00June 29, 2023|

Maximizing Voter Turnout in Critical Swing States

The “Ground Game” and turning-out-the-voter is the key to winning elections. The opposition: Be they liberals, globalists, socialists, democrats, anarchists or the Left have often times had better Ground Games than America First candidates.

By |2023-06-26T18:41:29+00:00June 26, 2023|

Georgia Legislature Must Enforce Ban on Big Tech’s Attempted Takeover of Elections

Last night Georgia’s Senate Ethics Committee agreed to S.B. 222, anti-corruption legislation which would help enforce the state’s existing ban on the private financing of local election offices by ideological groups, corporations, Big Tech companies, and possible foreign interlopers. The bill, which was prompted after the scheme resurfaced this year in DeKalb County, now goes to the Rules Committee for further consideration.

By |2023-03-31T15:12:16+00:00March 31, 2023|

Jason Snead: The Ranked-Choice Voting Virus Spreads To Utah

"A guinea pig.” That is what Sandy, Utah Mayor Monica Zoltanski said that “ranked-choice voting” (RCV) made of her hometown. The town opted into Utah’s controversial RCV pilot program, but the experiment has not gone well. The cost-saving promised by proponents never materialized, but the real alarm bells should have sounded when the experiment produced voter confusion and voter disengagement.Yet instead of ending this failed pilot program, Utah legislators are now considering a bill to expand ranked-choice voting to primary elections for state and federal office.

By |2023-03-05T18:49:13+00:00March 5, 2023|

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