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Why Would Anyone In Michigan Vote For Hillary Clinton?

In a state hard-hit by unemployment caused by globalization importing thousands of unemployable or low-skilled “refugees” makes no sense to voters, who are looking for someone to champion their economic and cultural interests. Hillary Clinton has clearly put herself on the other side of that battle and that is a major reason why Donald Trump is surging in Michigan.

Will You Help Save Your Country This Weekend?

When this election is over there will be three kinds of people left in America – those who worked to save their country and defend constitutional liberty by defeating Hillary Clinton, those who worked to destroy this country by electing Hillary Clinton to continue Barack Obama’s subversive far Left agenda, and those sorry souls who stood by and did nothing while the future of their country and constitutional liberty hung in the balance.

Obama Promoting Illegal Voting By Aliens

There are no checks in place in most states to verify citizenship when one registers to vote. Worse, the Obama administration has blocked access to federal alien databases that the states have sought to verify citizenship.  So under Obama, to illegally register to vote all one has to do is mark the citizenship checkbox “yes” on the federal voter registration form.

Thanks To You The Dam Is Breaking In North Carolina

Both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton believe North Carolina will decide the 2016 election and are making the state their last stop of the campaign.

Why Hasn't Obama Campaigned More For Hillary?

Maybe Obama hasn't been campaigning for Hillary because even the tone-deaf Clinton campaign figured that a third term for Obama wasn’t that popular with the voters they needed to win, and now that they are losing, only a desperate last minute attempt to reassemble the Obama racial coalition is their only hope of victory.

The Fact that Foreigners Back Clinton for President Supports the Case for Trump

Perhaps the best justification for voting for Donald Trump is to upset the expectations of those who believe that American taxpayers exist for the benefit of the rest of the world.

No, the Election Isn’t Over

To win outside the margin of fraud, Republicans, Trump supporters and independent conservative organizations, such as AmericaVote.org must keep the pedal to the metal until the polls close, and then be ready to litigate every vote in every state as the results come in and anything looks amiss.

America Is Worth It PAC: The corruption of American journalism is the issue.

Asking the Republican National Committee Chairman to urge GOP Senate candidates to “nationalize the election” the Super PAC America Is Worth It, yesterday published an open letter to Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus that cited an “unprecedented opportunity” in this year’s Senate contests. Here's an exclusive look at the letter and the ad that could change the campaign for GOP Senate candidates.

The Soros-Funded Voter Fraud Conspiracy Outed: Part 1

Our friend election law expert J. Christian Adams and the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) have produced a report including documents that prove at least 1,000 instances of voter fraud showing aliens registering or voting in the key swing state of Virginia. And, says Adams, there are certainly far more to be found if Democrat election officials would stop impeding the research.

Texas Vote Fraud Investigations: Democrats Plan For It To Happen Everywhere

Just a few weeks ago a federal court knocked down Texas' voter ID law, making the absurd claim that it wasn't necessary because there wasn't any fraud in Texas elections. And the very next day we learned that there were apparently nearly 1,800 more votes cast in Hill County, Texas than there were voters.

Is it true what Democrats say about Republicans and voting?

Byron York, Washington Examiner

With the new conservative/Republican arguments made in the context of Trump's rise — a test for voting, limited-participation elections, condemnations of democracy in general — it's hard not to wonder whether Democrats were right about the other side all along.

GOP sees opportunity with skeptical black voters

Washington Post

Republicans are putting more effort into convincing skeptical black voters to consider the other party after Obama leaves office. Jeb Bush is doing his usual identity politics pandering while Ben Carson is seeking to convince blacks that the Republicans can make their lives better.

Judicial Watch: Election Integrity Battle Moves to Supreme Court

Judicial Watch is one of the few organizations working to stop Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder from institutionalizing the corrupt election practices that would guarantee their brand of far-left progressivism holds power for generations, despite the will of America’s legitimate voters.

James O’Keefe Strikes Again

John Fund, National Review Online

James O’Keefe, the guerilla filmmaker who brought down the ACORN voter-registration fraudsters in 2010 and forced the resignation of NPR executives is releasing some new undercover footage that raises disturbing questions about ballot integrity in Colorado.

Polling Shows Some Movement in Favor of GOP

Dan McLaughlin, Red State

If you look at the broader trends in the presidential approval and generic ballot polling, you can see that things are again looking up for Republicans – if they can only capitalize on those opportunities.

GOP Running on National Issues, Positioned for Sweep

Josh Kraushaar, National Journal

Republicans now are positioned to net between six and nine Senate seats in the upcoming midterms, with the higher end looking more likely. Most of the battleground Senate contests are now either trending in a Republican direction or remaining stable with a GOP advantage.

Why the GOP Welcomes Runoffs

Dick Morris, The Hill

The odds are that Republicans will have taken the Senate by Election Day, though it’s possible runoffs in Georgia and Louisiana, one slated for December and the other for January, will be what hands the gavel to the GOP, albeit with some delay.

The Trouble with Early Voting

John Fund, National Review Online

When Election Day becomes Election Month, voters cast ballots before they have all the relevant info. Nationwide, some 2 million people have already voted, even though scheduled debates haven’t even finished in many states. And we haven’t even mentioned the potential for fraud.

Why You Should Heed What the Polls Say

Sean Trende, Real Clear Politics

The only thing we can say with any sort of certainty is that in some years the polls have had a slightly pro-Republican skew, while in other years they have had a slightly Democratic skew, while in still other years they’ve had no skew.

Bracing For Fraud – Or A Win – In Colorado

Aaron Gardner, Red State

A number of conservatives have voiced concern over Colorado’s new all mail voting system, but state resident – and voting judge – Aaron Gardner thinks the worries are mostly unfounded. As a result, Gardner is expecting a win for the Republicans in the key Senate race on Election Day.