Category: Voter Fraud

UPDATE: N.J. AG hits Singh with ‘cease and desist’ for asking voters to request duplicate ballots

TRENTON, N.J. – Millennial Hirsh Singh’s campaign earned a rare direct rebuke from the state attorney general’s office on Thursday afternoon following his campaign’s dissemination of a letter which asks, in plain language, to “request a duplicate ballot” if they’ve Read More

Mistake? Hundreds of Somerset County Republicans in a single town received Democrat ballots

BERNARDSVILLE, N.J. – Don’t think remote elections are good policy? Fears that New Jersey’s all (or mostly) mail-in ballot primary election won’t be successful were already validated this week in one Somerset County community. In strongly-Republican Bernardsville, as many as Read More

4 reasons why vote-by-mail elections are still a terrible idea

By Matt Rooney _ New Jersey’s rescheduled July 2020 primary will be conducted mostly by mail. Murphy likes it. The Karens love it. Should you? – Here are four solid, valid, inarguable reasons to oppose this idea: – (1) In-person Read More

UPDATE: Murphy signs vote-rigging mail-in ballot bill

TRENTON, N.J. – Governor Phil Murphy signed legislation on Wednesday which will keep the New Jersey Democrat Party’s procedurally flawed and deeply corrupt vote-by-mail system rolling along through elections 2019, 2020 and beyond. N.J. Republican Party Chairman Doug Steinhardt accused Read More

Republicans blast Democrats for prioritizing mail-in ballots over N.J. property taxes

TRENTON, N.J. – New Jersey has big problems. Trenton Democrats convened a rare August session this week to fix mail-in ballot procedures; the fix will prevent those who requested mail-in ballots for the 2017 and 2018 general elections from having to Read More

TUESDAY: Trenton Democrats move to save corrupt vote-by-mail ballot law

TRENTON, N.J. – Assembly Democrats will face the voters this November, but they don’t trust their coalition to show up at the polls. They’re racing to reverse a decision by Governor Phil Murphy’s Division of Elections requiring voters who requested Read More