New Hampshire’s Primary Date Supersedes Previously Scheduled Order

The DNC had intended South Carolina as the first primary. This week, the state of New Hampshire set its voting date for the presidential primary as January 23,…

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The Future of America Hangs in the Balance

 Protecting and securing the democratic process of elections is key to the success of our nation. PRAY FIRST for integrity in America’s elections.  Do you believe that there…

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Election Integrity Bill Introduced in the House

The provisions include voter identification and restrictions on ballot drop boxes. The American Confidence in Elections Act has been introduced by members of the House Administration Committee which…

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Supreme Court Rules Against “Independent State Legislature”

North Carolina sought to remove court reviews from the election process. The Supreme Court ruled against legislators from North Carolina who wanted to remove state courts from the…

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FEC Complaint Filed Against Representative Santos

Congressman accused of multiple finance violations. The Campaign Legal Center, a watchdog organization that keeps track of Congressional campaign activities, filed an ethics complaint with the Federal Election…

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9 Million Americans Cast Early Votes

California and Florida lead with the most early voting. On Tuesday, the United States Election Project published data showing that 9.3 million early voting ballots have been cast…

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House and Senate Consider Electoral Count Act Changes

Committees in both chambers are working on legislation. Negotiations on measures to change how U.S. presidential election votes are counted and certified, including possibly amending the 135-year-old Electoral…

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Election Reform Bill May Get House Vote This Week

The Senate is also considering reforms. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer of Maryland said an election reform bill could get a vote as early as this week. The…

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Georgia Voting Group Asks for SCOTUS Intervention

Files request for Justice Thomas to block the 11th Circuit ruling. On Monday, a group of Black voters from Georgia submitted an emergency request to Justice Clarence Thomas,…

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Senators Look to Reform Counting of Electors

Current governing law was passed in 1887.  A bipartisan group of 16 senators introduced legislation Wednesday to reform and modernize the Electoral Count Act of 1887, including by…

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