Live Free TV Host Allen West welcomes Gina Swoboda of the Voter Reference Foundation to discuss the millions of voter roll irregularities, the potential problems with large-scale mail-out ballot programs, voting by non-citizens, and other threats to free and fair elections.
Allen West discusses election integrity with American Constitutional Rights Union (ACRU) President Lori Roman.
AMAC, its AMAC Action advocacy team, and the AMAC Foundation have joined forces with The American Constitutional Rights Union (ACRU) to ensure that elderly voters are heard and protected. ACRU is the nation’s leading advocate for the protection of vulnerable voters.
ACRU's Allen West speaks to the importance of the Georgia runoff election for Senate.
An important message from Dr. Alveda King. Together we fought to ensure every American had the right to vote freely. Nursing home residents and other vulnerable vote fraud groups have been targeted for vote fraud, with their votes suppressed and even stolen. Together we can curb this despicable form of vote fraud by reporting abuse to the Vote Fraud Hotline at 888-820-VOTE.
The critical election cycle is just around the corner, and we must not allow what happened in 2020 to happen again. ACRU is focused on protecting the votes of our most vulnerable voters — senior citizens, group home residents, citizens abroad, the disabled, and our military.
During the 2020 election cycle, we observed unconstitutional actions. Governors and judges in many states like Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, Arizona, and Texas to name a few, made unconstitutional changes to election law. As we know, only the legislative branch are empowered to make laws at state and federal levels.
On April 19, 1775, some men took the field at Lexington Green. Those Sons of Liberty fired the shots heard around the world. They fought, and now we're the longest-running constitutional republic the world has ever known - these United States of America.
ACRU's Ken Blackwell is a shareholder of the Cincinnati Reds, and has a wonderful family association with the history of black baseball. In this interview on Chicago's The Answer radio program, he gives his view on the MLB moving the All Star game away from the workers of Atlanta based on the lie that the Georgia voting law is racist. Vote safety laws protect ALL voters of every race.
ACRU Policy Board Member Amb. notes that the MLB ought the lie that GA voting laws are "suppressive" and caused a $100M "catastrophe" for Atlanta's economy and African American community when it moved the All Star game. Ken explains vote safety measures protect ALL VOTERS--including minority voters.