“Colorado Mail-In Voting Gets Early Test; New Statewide System Will Be Used on Closely Watched Races”

Dan Frosch for WSJ: A new election system using only mail-in ballots faces an immediate test in Colorado, with tight Senate, House and gubernatorial races that are being closely watched nationally. Hoping to boost turnout, the Democrat-led legislature here passed … Continue reading

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“Improving our Voting Systems: A presidential report suggests good reforms, but its support for no-excuse absentee ballots is wrong.”

John Fund on Bauer-Ginsberg. I’ve long said that those genuinely concerned with fraud need to start with controls on absentee ballots. As the PCEA report itself noted, “Fraud is rare, but when it does occur, absentee ballots are often the … Continue reading

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“Possible discrepancy in Fairfax absentee votes could affect count in AG race”

WaPo: “The Fairfax County Electoral Board is investigating a possible irregularity in the number of absentee ballots cast in Virginia’s largest jurisdiction that Democrats say could shift votes in the still-unresolved race for Virginia attorney general…. According to state numbers, … Continue reading

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“Miami-Dade elections department plans software update to catch phony absentee-ballot requests”

The Miami Herald reports that the county will make it easier to flag suspicious applications, rather than making it more difficult to request absentee ballots.  This follows allegations of political operatives illegally making online requests for absentee ballots on behalf of voters. … Continue reading

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“Prosecutors charge 2 campaign aides for Miami mayoral candidate Francis Suarez in absentee-ballot probe”

Miami Herald: “Miami-Dade prosecutors on Thursday charged two political operatives for Miami mayoral candidate Francis Suarez — including his campaign manager — with unlawfully submitting absentee-ballot requests online on behalf of voters….Francis Suarez, a sitting city commissioner and lawyer, was … Continue reading

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