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Catherine Engelbrecht

Voter Resources: When do the polls open? What are the voting times?

Two important questions about Election Day are: when do the polling places open, and how long do they stay open? The answers vary from county to county and state to state. Election Day itself is the Tuesday after the first Monday in November. That means that the earliest day could be November 2nd and the

True the Vote Offers Smartphone App to Report Voter Fraud

Brandon Darby, Texas-based election integrity organization True the Vote has released a smartphone app that allows users to report voter fraud and irregularities. VoteStand, available for both iPhone and Android users, is advertised to be the “first online election fraud reporting app” available to voters across the country “to quickly report suspected election illegalities as

True the Vote Sues Mississippi Secretary of State & Republican Party over Cochran-McDaniel

James Simpson  Conservative election integrity organization True The Vote filed suit in federal court Tuesday against Mississippi’s Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann and the Mississippi Republican Party, asking a judge for an immediate injunction against them so that the election material from the state’s June 24 GOP primary runoff can be inspected. The lawsuit comes

Argument Against Voter ID Laws Is Itself Racist

Richard Larsen  Attorney General Eric Holder has been attempting to quell the rising tide of states opting for voter identification laws. Not even delving deeply into the issue raises the immediate question of why the top law enforcement officer in the country would be opposing efforts to maintain integrity in our election system. A government

Catherine Engelbrecht’s Powerful and Frightening Testimony on Obama Intimidation

By: James SimpsonExaminer.com Catherine Engelbrecht, President of True the Vote I am proud to call Catherine Engelbrecht, President of True the Vote, (www.truethevote.org), a friend. I have written about their amazing organization and its singular achievements in exposing vote fraud a number of times. For example, here, during the Wisconsin recall of Governor Scott Walker,