A Texas woman has been charged with 134 counts of election fraud after she allegedly acted to register nursing home residents, many of whom were mentally incapacitated, to vote in the 2020 election.
In a state where ballot harvesting is illegal, a remarkable coincidence occurred right before election day. According to reports from the Senate Judiciary Committee, 25,000 nursing home residents in different facilities across the state all requested ballots at the same time. Who ordered them? And more importantly, who filled them out? An investigation is currently ongoing.
The Daily Signal reports on ACRU's Protect Elderly Votes and Stranger Danger campaigns, created to protect seniors' votes from theft, manipulation and outright ballot fraud.
A ballot-harvesting racket in Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar’s Minneapolis district — where paid workers illegally gather absentee ballots from elderly Somali immigrants — appears to have been busted by undercover news organization Project Veritas.
Our colleagues at PILF have performed an extensive nationwide study and found U.S. voter rolls are full of errors, deceased voters and duplicate registrations. They found nearly half a million problems -- how many remain undiscovered?
Nursing homes and assisted living centers where seniors might need to rely on others for voting assistance are where senior votes are at high risk for fraud, according to ACRU Action Board Member and former Cincinnati Mayor Ken Blackwell. Not only have they been targeted by fraudsters in the past, but politically motivated liberals are now trying to remove even more vote security protections.
After ACRU identified organized vote fraud in senior residences, we started Protect Elderly Votes. Liberals claim there is no organized vote fraud against seniors. So here is a video of a ballot harvester taking advantage of a senior on behalf of TX Dem Harold Dutton in 2018. Then bragging this is her 100th manipulated vote. After you view the video, we hope you will visit out Protect Elderly Votes website at www.ProtectElderyVotes.org.