Reports: 85 percent of Maricopa poll volunteers ‘not at all confident’ about 2022 election

Reports: 85 percent of Maricopa poll volunteers ‘not at all confident’ about 2022 election

by WorldTribune Staff, November 21, 2022 An overwhelming majority of poll observers and election workers in Maricopa County said they are “not at all confident” about the outcome of the 2022 midterm election in Arizona’s most populous county. In a survey sent by the Election Integrity Network to election volunteers, 85 percent expressed a lack […]

Needing 63% of remaining votes to win, Nevada Democrat got exactly 63%

Needing 63% of remaining votes to win, Nevada Democrat got exactly 63%

by WorldTribune Staff, November 13, 2022 During an appearance on Fox News’s Tucker Carlson tonight on Thursday, Nevada Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Adam Laxalt was confident he would flip the seat for the GOP. Laxalt said incumbent Democrat Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto would need 63% of the remaining 84,000 votes in Clark County to […]

Midterm analysis: ‘Expect the steal … and be ready’

Midterm analysis: ‘Expect the steal … and be ready’

by WorldTribune Staff, November 7, 2022 What happens in Tuesday’s midterms “will be the trial run for what happens in 2024,” the media outlet Revolver said in a Nov. 7 analysis. “Stop the Steal” will not be the watchword for Tuesday night, the analysis noted, adding: “It is ‘Expect the Steal… And Be Ready.’ ” […]

Election fraud update: NY judge rules Covid-absentee voting law unconstitutional

Election fraud update: NY judge rules Covid-absentee voting law unconstitutional

by WorldTribune Staff, October 30, 2022 Saratoga County Supreme Court Justice Dianne Freestone on Friday ruled that allowing New York residents to vote by mail due to fear of Covid is unconstitutional. Freestone said that the Democrat-controlled state legislature “appears poised to continue the expanded absentee voting provisions of New York State Election Law … […]

Who-counts-the-votes update: Dems outspent GOP 57-1 in secretary of state races

Who-counts-the-votes update: Dems outspent GOP 57-1 in secretary of state races

by WorldTribune Staff, October 27, 2022 Democrats have spent $40 million this year in their effort to gain control of who counts the votes. The New York Times reported: “Democrats are outspending Republicans 57-to-1 on television ads for their secretary of state candidates.” And “it still may not be enough,” the Times admitted. “In 2020, […]

Complaint charges Georgia voting machines not certified for 2020 election

Complaint charges Georgia voting machines not certified for 2020 election

by WorldTribune Staff, September 26, 2022 In an official complaint filed with the Georgia State Board of Elections on Sept. 12, investigative journalists Kevin Moncla and David Cross said they have evidence that Georgia’s elections have not been legal or valid since 2017, the last time the state’s electronic voting systems were certified for use. […]

Fulton County, PA sues Dominion Voting Systems for ‘breach of contract’

Fulton County, PA sues Dominion Voting Systems for ‘breach of contract’

by WorldTribune Staff, September 22, 2022 Fulton County, Pennsylvania on Tuesday filed a lawsuit against Dominion Voting Systems for “breach of contract” following an investigation which reported numerous significant issues with the company’s voting machines used in the county in the 2020 election. The county said it became “aware of severe anomalies” with the Dominion […]

‘Most secure [election] in American history’? Man buys stolen Dominion voting machine on eBay

‘Most secure [election] in American history’? Man buys stolen Dominion voting machine on eBay

by WorldTribune Staff, September 5, 2022 A man who bought a Dominion Voting Systems machine on eBay says federal authorities have yet to contact him about his purchase of what is believed to be the first stolen voting machine in U.S. history. Harri Hursti, a Connecticut-based computer programmer and activist, said that he bought the […]

Green Bay backs down, will no longer use ballot drop boxes

Green Bay backs down, will no longer use ballot drop boxes

by WorldTribune Staff, September 1, 2022 The City of Green Bay has told the judge in an election integrity lawsuit that it will no longer use ballot drop boxes. Green Bay “became the fourth Wisconsin city to back down in the face of voter lawsuits over the use of unmanned absentee ballot drop boxes in […]

Marc E. Elias celebrates new Post Office mail-in ballot division

Marc E. Elias celebrates new Post Office mail-in ballot division

Analysis by WorldTribune Staff, August 18, 2022 Remember how balky mail delivery got before and after the 2020 presidential election? The United States Postal Service (USPS) reported it delivered more than 135 million ballots in 2020, with 40 million delivered so far during this year’s primaries. Conducting elections by mail has been a goal of […]

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