One thing we have learned from the 2020 election is that we must have strict voter integrity laws. While no one can say for sure that the election was stolen, no one can deny that there was a lot of suspicious goings-on during the election.
We probably can conclude that the vote in Arizona was stolen because they had a forensic audit and all of the information we are getting is that there were major problems.
Unless I miss my guess, there will be criminal charges arising from that. The preliminary report is allegedly coming out this week and that will tell us where we are at and will likely spur other states to do forensic audits.
There has been a lot of talk in Arizona about decertifying the vote and recalling their electors. That, too, could be a guide to other states.
What would happen if Biden loses enough electors that he didn’t win the election? It is uncharted territory.
The 18 revised state election laws could be the most such successful bills since 14 states passed election measures 10 years ago, the Brennan Center said, noting: “The United States is on track to far exceed its most recent period of significant voter suppression—2011.”
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has signed significant election integrity legislation into law.
“With public confidence in our elections in peril, it’s clear our elections must be pristine and above reproach—and the sole purview of government,” Ducey said Friday in a signing letter.
Arizona’s new law prevents private funding from going into elections, such as the $419 million in donations made by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan.
The Zuckerbergs gave a total of $350 million to the Center for Tech and Civic Life, a left-leaning technology group, that in turn issued grants to 2,500 election offices in 49 states. The spending included $5 million for Arizona, according to preliminary data from the Foundation for Government Accountability, The Daily Signal reported March 23.
Here are the 18 states that have passed voter integrity laws:
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