It’s officially here. Tens of millions of American citizens will head to the polls Tuesday to cast their ballots for the next President of the United States. Every American adult has the right to vote, but what can we do to ensure those votes are accurately counted?
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has been warning his supporters to pay close attention at the polls to ensure that all votes are, “counted 100 percent.”
And there’s something YOU can do to help — be on alert.
Take photos or videos of anything suspicious you see, get eye witness statements and information, and report anything you see suspicious or illegal to authorities. You can also send tips to [email protected] so we can help expose any electioneering or fraud that occurs. It’s the duty of all American citizens to remain vigilant today and ensure the integrity in our democratic process.
You can also file your complaint of voter fraud to the Justice Department here.
Complaints of election fraud are handled by the US Attorney’s Offices. To find your local US Attorney’s Office head here and click on your state.
In addition to, there is also a nonpartisan group, Election Protection, which “was formed to ensure that all voters have an equal opportunity to participate in the political process.” Call 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683) to report any election problem or have any questions you have easily answered.
This concern is very valid. An American Values Survey found just 43% of Americans are very confident that their vote will be counted accurately. Alarmingly less than half of our nation has faith in our Democratic process after multiple reports of suspicious activity at polling places throughout the primaries and early voting.
Need proof? Republicans in Virginia and Texas have previously reported election machines changing votes from Republican to Democrat… and they have video!
— AmericanNewsNetwork (@joneblaze0420) October 27, 2016
Technology experts have raised concerns of possible hacking due to the vulnerability of the old voting machines and software. The state chief election official in Indiana reported that thousands of voter registrations were altered, raising concerns about a possible security breach.
There is also concern of illegal immigrants and even dead people casting votes from beyond the grave. The Horn News reported in October of an expert’s warning that up to four million dead or illegal voters are registered for this election. Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliana expressed his concerns, saying, “I’m sorry, dead people generally vote for Democrats rather than Republicans. You want me to say I think the election in Philadelphia and Chicago is going to be fair? I would have to be a moron to say that.”
And he’s right. There is undeniable proof that the election could be rigged. A disturbing video by Project Veritas uncovered huge, multi-state voter fraud, resulting in the resignation of two super PAC directors exposed in the alleged plot.
And that wasn’t the first time someone was forced to resign due to tampering with elections. Debbie Wasserman Shultz was forced to resign as the DNC chair after emails revealed she was working with Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign to hurt the chances of Senator Bernie Sanders in the primaries.
The most alarming part about election rigging is that the Justice Department warned that they would be dispatching fewer specially trained election observers to voting booths this year. Which is why it’s our job as citizens to keep an eye out for anything suspicious at the polls, and report it.
— The Horn editorial team