What we're dealing with in this country is not a game; it's a battle for the future of our God-given freedom and the United States of America.
A federal judge ruled in favor of True the Vote Tuesday in a three-year-long legal battle to support election integrity in Georgia.
Since 2020, over half of the states have passed legislation that will be in effect for 2024, some strengthening election integrity and some making even further expansions of mail-in voting and ballot harvesting.
A bill to require random audits of Alabama elections has cleared House Constitutions, Campaigns, and Elections Committee.
Alabamians should rest assured that the federal appellate judges in our jurisdiction respect election integrity and religious freedom.
Controversial legislation designed to crack down on ballot harvesting passed the Alabama House of Representatives after vigorous Democratic protest.
The Alabama Legislature has passed two election integrity bills that would require the use of paper ballots and prevent voting machines from connecting to the internet.
A lawsuit filed by election vendor Konnech Corporation against True the Vote, Inc., Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips has been dropped after months of gaining national attention over questions about voter integrity.
Two election integrity bills passed the Alabama Senate unanimously on Tuesday.
Multiple states have now pulled out of the Electronic Registration and Information Center (ERIC) after over a year of concerns from state leaders across the nation.
State Sen. Clyde Chambliss (R-Prattville) has pre-filed two election integrity bills ahead of the 2023 legislative session. The first bill would require the use of paper ballots, and the other would ensure voting machines would never connect to the internet.
Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips, an Alabama native, were released from jail today after being arrested for contempt of court in Texas in relation to his work with election integrity group True the Vote.
Cyber security expert and certified ethical hacker Clay Parikh is part of a legal effort here in the state to test and evaluate the security level and accuracy of our voting machines.
Clay Parikh spent nine years in an election testing lab seeking to hack everything in his path.
The Houston County Commission will decide Tuesday whether to agree to participate in a limited voting audit after the general election in November.
"This action by the Biden Administration's Department of Justice will continue to erode the public’s trust in the election process and will raise public perception that fraudulent votes are being cast,” said Rep. Palmer.
Jim Zeigler and Wes Allen both argued that they were the most qualified persons to serve as Alabama Secretary of State. The two are candidates in the June 21 Republican primary runoff for the office. Both emphasized the importance of election integrity.
"I have taken on the deep, dark corners of election fraud in this nation, and I am proud to stand with Lindy Blanchard because I know she will fight to ensure each and every legal ballot in the great state of Alabama is counted,” said Mike Lindell.
All four Republican candidates for Secretary of State met Monday night at the O’Neal Public Library in Mountain Brook to talk to the Eagle Forum about their qualifications and the integrity of Alabama elections.
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