ABSENTEE VOTING BY MAIL: In the Battleground State of Georgia, which has about 7.4 million voters, 7 million absentee ballots were mailed out for the 2020 presidential election (many to people who never requested them), and Joe Biden was declared the winner by about 12,000 votes.
OUTSIDE FUNDING FOR ELECTIONS: Facebook founder Jeff Zuckerberg admits he poured $350 million into the 2020 election by giving money to 2,500 local election boards with a focus on Battleground States. Researcher William Doyle found that in Georgia, counties that received “Zuck bucks” were, on average, 2.3 points more Democratic in 2020 than in 2016, while non-funded counties barely moved.
REQUIRING ID TO VOTE: Currently 15 states require non-photo ID to vote and 20 states require photo ID.
VOTING FROM JAIL: In June 2021, convicted murderer (and prison inmate) Joel Caston won election as a Washington, DC Neighborhood Commissioner. According to a glowing article on ABC’s GoodMorningAmerica.com, the new Washington, DC law “pushed the boundaries of voting rights and racial justice. . . . Caston is the first incarcerated American elected to office with votes from incarcerated peers.”
BALLOT HARVESTING: More than 25 states – including Battleground States Georgia, Michigan, Nevada and Wisconsin – allow “ballot harvesting,” in which a third party is allowed to collect and turn in ballots that have been mailed to voters. Supporters of ballot harvesting say it makes voting easy for those physically unable to vote. Critics say ballot harvesting makes vote fraud easy because the person delivering the ballot can easily change it.
NONCITIZEN VOTING: Several cities in New York, California and other states allow noncitizens to vote in local elections, arguing that noncitizens pay taxes, too. Many far-Left politicians and special interest groups want to allow noncitizens to vote in all elections, including those for Congress and President.
PREDICTING THE 2022 ELECTION RESULT: A recent Newsmax article reports many conservatives may be dangerously overconfident about the November election. It warns, “Republicans should not assume that voters will blame Democrats for the tremendous challenges facing the country (record inflation, a lack of coronavirus tests, a botched Afghanistan withdrawal, etc.) Many voters will believe Democrat talking points that Republicans are to blame or that the Democrats' programs need more time to work.”
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