Category Archives: Vote Fraud

Republicans Prep For 2016: Suppressing The Vote

video 10 minutes 30 seconds Republicans have known for a long, long time that they win when they suppress the vote. Below is a video in one of the seminal moments in the history voter suppression. Paul Weyrich reminding the … Continue reading

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How To Pick A Secretary Of State

Previous BFIA posts on the topic: Iowa-gop-continues-post-election-voter-harassment-efforts Voter-intimidation-in-iowa-public-hearings-thursday Iowa-secretary-of-state-matt-schultz-may-be-held-accountable-for-voter-purging Contrasting-our-sos-candidates A note from the Anderson for Iowa campaign: By now you’ve probably heard in the news about the growing number of controversies and scandals from Secretary of State Matt Schultz’s … Continue reading

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Sunday Hodgepodge

Should this be The Permanent Democratic Platform? from January 11,1944 but still fresh and still not fulfilled. When the next war ends….. Seeing The Light note to Matt Schultz: It is just as true here as in Wisconsin! In Memory … Continue reading

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The Courtney Report

As a member of the State Government Committee, I participated in a meeting with Iowa Secretary of State Matt Schultz. We wanted to know how three valid Iowa ballots in the 2012 election ended up not being counted. What we’ve … Continue reading

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Iowa Secretary Of State Matt Schultz May Be Held Accountable For Voter Purging

kcrg.com/Lawsuit-Challenging-Voting-Rules-Advances-in-Court A lawsuit that challenges the powers of the Iowa Secretary of State is advancing.  The American Civil Liberties Union of Iowa (ACLU-Ia) and the League of United Latin American Citizens of Iowa (LULAC) both say Secretary of State Matt … Continue reading

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A Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Waste

President Obama called out the Republican Party the other day for not having an alternative to his signature health care plan despite their desire to simply throw it into the trash can. Of course this is just one of many … Continue reading

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Taking Inventory; Setting Priorities

The week of July 4th seems like a good opportunity to take a little time to see where we are at and where do we want to go. It never hurts to assess what our goals are and therefore where we … Continue reading

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Our Kids Is Screwed

Every day I hear some republican say “We are leaving our children a crushing debt.” This is simply hooey and bothers me a great deal on two levels: 1) it is not “we” that are leaving the debt, it is … Continue reading

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What Does Grassley Have Against Voting?

Grassley’s proposal would remove requirement teaching students how to vote ProgressIowa DES MOINES, IOWA — Yesterday State Representative Pat Grassley, grandson of Senator Chuck Grassley, introduced House File 423, which would eliminate the high school social studies requirement to teach … Continue reading

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Voting Rights Challenge At SCOTUS

Oral arguments before the Supreme Court on the challenge to the 1965 Voting Rights act were heard Wednesday. Often, during the arguments observers try to discern which way a justice is leaning based on the question they ask and how … Continue reading

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