• Help Wanted

    Election officials across the nation are taking to the airwaves and interwebs to scream “HELP WANTED!” before the November 2016 election. Click on your state to find appropriate contact information for your local elections office. Then, tell them that you’re ready to volunteer!

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    Who’s Watching the Mail Ballot Process? You Can.

    Among numerous growing concerns: mail ballot fraud is on the rise; voter roll cleanups are delayed at best; and more states are encouraging voters to trust the USPS with their franchise. Voting by mail is getting more popular. But are observers of the same following the trend? TTV doesn’t think so – but we have a solution.

    This week, True the Vote released two new training modules for those wishing to keep a closer eye on the mail ballot process. No matter where you live or how popular the concept is, guidance is now available to get you started. Especially helpful for those who live in Colorado -- a specific course is available for you.

    The process to engage is simple: create an account or log into an existing one with the TTV Knowledge Network here. While you’re there, take a look around at our other offerings!

    Convert your concerns for election integrity into action today. If you don’t, who will?

    Schedule a TTV speaker today!

    Just in time for the height of the 2016 Election, True the Vote has fanned out staff and speakers around the southern and southeastern United States -- with more to come. Do you have a meeting or conference coming up and would like to book a speaker on the subject of election integrity? We’ve streamlined the request process with a form now available on the website, here. We can’t wait to address your next event!

    Watch the September 2016 National Webinar Replay

    This month we discussed the value of a new form of election observation: vote by mail. Yes, you can actually keep your eyes on that process, too! If you missed the webinar, you can access a replay, here.

    Engelbrecht: Voter ID Dissenters are Basic Alinsky Agitators

    True the Vote Founder Catherine Engelbrecht cut through the noise this week with respect to those who fight against voter ID and similar reforms with Breitbart News. She argued that court fights are less about civil rights and more focused on fomenting division: “The whole debate about Voter ID is really just designed to elicit an emotional response. It’s really a classic Alinsky tactic that “the thing is not the thing.” It’s a shell game. And that’s what Voter ID is being trumped up to be. It’s sad because it does have a negative impact – not only on election integrity as a whole – but also it continues to undermine the confidence of the electorate, and that really is in the longer term more dangerous, because a disengaged electorate truly means a runaway government.” You can check out the full interview here.

    Did you know? PEW Research highlighted a study that detailed the total amount it would cost to collect ALL voter files in the country. True the Vote’s national voter roll research databank costs $126,482 -- just for the raw data! If you haven’t yet, please consider making a tax-deductible contribution to help underwrite our research efforts.

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    23rd of September 2016
  • In a veto session today, Missouri lawmakers again approved a photo voter ID bill, overriding Democrat Governor Jay Nixon’s veto. The House voted 115-41 in favor; the Senate 24-7.

    House Bill 1631 requires state residents present valid, government-issued identification to election officials before they’re allowed to cast votes. The requirement isn’t absolute: Citizens could sign a statement pledging that they have no such identification, and would then be allowed to vote.

    The measure faces one more hurdle in the November general election, when Missourians will be asked to consider Constitutional Amendment 6, which allows for voter ID requirements. If voters reject the amendment, the law passed Wednesday could be at risk if challenged in court.

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    15th of September 2016
  • Golden Week stays gone:

    The U.S. Supreme Court has denied an attempt by the Ohio Democratic Party to reinstate Ohio’s so-called Golden Week.

    The ruling Sept. 13 means eligible voters in the state will not be allowed to register and cast ballots on the same day when Ohio’s absentee voting period for the presidential election begins next month.

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    True the Vote
    14th of September 2016

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