mail-in balloting

Will Democracy Get Lost in the Mail?

Tim Graham, CNS News

The media are starting to admit that mail-in voting might not turn out very well. This year, people have risked their health and stood in long lines to participate in our democracy. The prospect of an orderly election with results the people can have confidence in is looking grim. In 1984, I cast my first presidential vote for Ronald Reagan with an absentee ballot mailed home to Wisconsin. My father informed me, after Reagan won in a landslide, that my vote wasn't counted. That wasn't heartbreaking, but if this election gets messy and isn't a landslide, we're going to have heartbreak, angst, and rage.

Fired-Up Conservative Voters Power GOP Wins In California And Wisconsin Special Elections

Conservatives powered the GOP to two important congressional special election victories: Tom Tiffany in WI-07 and Mike Garcia in CA-25. Tiffany won a convincing victory in an Obama district Trump won in 2016, and Garcia leads with 56 percent of the vote of the 143,000 ballots counted so far. Democrats can still steal his victory because in California, mailed ballots can count as long as they are postmarked by Tuesday and received by Friday. FLASH: Democrat Christy Smith conceded to Republican Mike Garcia in the special election for California’s 25th Congressional District.

True the Vote And Bopp Law Firm Lead Opposition To Mail-in Elections

True the Vote's Catheryn Englebrecht and lead counsel Jim Bopp of the Bopp Law Firm, PC won a stunning victory for ballot security and the rule of law in their battle against Democrat attempts to hijack the New Mexico election with an "all mail" voting scheme. Now they are engaged in a similar effort in Nevada where Democrats are bullying squishy Republicans into going along with a similar scheme.