Another legal victory for the RNC & @TeamTrump!

We sued to protect Iowa voters from rogue county auditors who unilaterally broke Iowa election law by sending out prepopulated ballot request forms, and the Iowa Supreme Court just ruled in our favor. (1/3)
The Court agreed that the responsibility of filling out personal information on absentee ballot applications is a key safeguard to confirm the applicant’s identity, and it should rest squarely with the voter. (2/3)
We will not stop fighting against Democrats’ assault on our elections! (3/3)

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26 Aug
Another legal victory for the RNC & @TeamTrump!

2 weeks ago, we sued to protect Iowa voters from rogue county auditors who unilaterally broke Iowa election law.

Now, the Secretary of State is launching a criminal investigation in the state’s second largest county. (1/4)
@TeamTrump The responsibility of filling out personal information on absentee ballot applications is a key safeguard to confirm the applicant’s identity, and it should rest squarely with the voter.

Instead, these rogue auditors mailed every voter a prepopulated form. (2/4)
In a scathing letter, the SOS called it a “security breach” of voters’ personal information.

“It is clear that you made a knowing and willful decision to disobey the law and disrespect the legislative process." (3/4)
Read 4 tweets
4 Aug
Democrats are trying to rig the election in Nevada.

Over the weekend, they jammed through a radical 100-pg bill to allow ballot harvesting, gut signature checks, let ballots be counted two per envelope and a week AFTER Election Day.

Gov. Sisolak just signed it into law. (1/10)
Nevadans saw the dangers of mailing ballots automatically during their primary in June.

They piled up in public trash cans, were strewn about apartment complexes.

The integrity of the ballot was at risk then, and it will be at risk in November. (2/10)
Until their disastrous June primary, NV never automatically mailed live ballots without real voters behind them requesting it.

Like NY, they aren't prepared, but Dems don’t care.

Now they have changed the rules of the game in the 4th quarter with players on the field. (3/10)
Read 10 tweets
10 Jun
What happened with Georgia’s primary election is unacceptable and a case study in Democrat mismanagement.

Most of the chaos occurred in large Democrat-run counties, like Fulton, which was already under investigation and had thousands of absentee ballot requests “go missing.”
Democrat counties also had problems with the new voting machines, a system that resulted from a Stacey Abrams-backed lawsuit and a ruling from an Obama-appointed judge.
It’s the latest example of how Democrats’ phony “fight to stop voter suppression” can end up actually suppressing votes itself.
Read 6 tweets
26 May
This Twitter "fact check" system is such a joke.

They cite liberals from outlets like HuffPost, Vox, even the ACLU.

Who don't they cite?

An actual SoS who said TODAY that in the last 5 years, 83% of the fraud in his state has been with mail-in ballots.
Don’t believe him because he’s a Republican?

Here’s The New York Times highlighting how “votes cast by mail are less likely to be counted, more likely to be compromised and more likely to be contested than those cast in a voting booth.”…
Twitter falsely claims there is no evidence of mail-in ballot fraud.

That’s odd since NJ’s all-mail primary this month was ‘plagued’ by fraud concerns, with 3,000 votes set aside.

Ballots were stolen out of mailboxes.…
Read 7 tweets
22 Apr
Democrats are filing lawsuits everywhere to eliminate election safeguards.

In WI, they sued to allow ballots to be cast *after* Election Day.

We fought back and won.

Now that they have sued in NV to allow ballot harvesting, we are joining that fight, too.

Dems have a list of demands.

One is to suspend prosecution of ballot harvesters.

But sending activists door-to-door to collect ballots not only jeopardizes people’s health, it threatens the security of their ballot.
Dems also want to send ballots to inactive voters.

Many states do not clean up registration lists, leading to more ballots being sent than adults who live there.

Inactive voters are also likely to have moved, in which case the state knows they are ineligible from USPS.
Read 6 tweets
5 Apr

This Washington Post story is a prime example of what bias in journalism looks like.

The headline is ridiculous.

Despite what WaPo claims, the GOP’s goal is not at all to challenge efforts to make voting easier.…
We're fighting back against Democrat efforts to strip away every safeguard we have that makes voting secure.

The Washington Post sets the story up as “election officials” who are trying to ensure ballot access & protect public health.

But that is not at all what is happening.
The DNC & liberal special interest groups are using the coronavirus crisis to achieve the far left's goals that have little to do with protecting public health.

Dem Govs are trying to do this administratively.

We're responding & trying to protect the integrity of the ballot.
Read 14 tweets

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