Voting fraud is a real and pressing issue that threatens the integrity of our voting process.

Heritage has been hard at work compiling a list of known voter fraud cases to show the real threat that we face.

According to a recent article in the World Net Daily:

WASHINGTON – Although Democrats consistently attack President Trump’s voter fraud commission, insisting significant voter fraud doesn’t exist and that Republican efforts to curb fraud actually are intended to suppress minority voters, the existence of a Heritage Foundation database filled with voter-fraud cases is refuting the entire Democratic narrative about electoral integrity.

The database reveals voter fraud is a real and pressing issue.

The Heritage database, covering recent years and elections, contains 1,088 voter fraud cases, 949 of which have resulted in criminal convictions, impacting nearly every state and elections for all levels of government.

In hundreds of cases, individuals illegally registered dead people and copied names out of the phone book to vote. In some instances, illegal aliens and felons were documented voting.

Our database is accessible to citizens, experts, and the media.

Click here to see the database and find out how serious this threat is >>

Jason Snead, a policy analyst at Heritage, warned:

Put simply, American elections are vulnerable and fraudsters know it. Not content to leave their ideological causes or their own careers up to the unpredictable will of voters, many fraudsters choose to act on this knowledge.

We must prioritize preventing, deterring, and prosecuting this crime.

Your support fuels these efforts that ensure the integrity of our elections.

Have you ever witnessed voter fraud taking place? What happened?

Comments (7)

Cory Brown - November 3, 2017

In the past, large amounts, right here in Von Spakovsky’s hometown. Nothing much happens as the probate judge is and has been for generations, a Democrat and he has the keys to the machines and appoints the chief poll inspectors. He has been the crown jewel in election rigging for the D’s.

Pedro Villalba - November 3, 2017

My brother went to vote in Brooklyn NY and was not asked for his name. He was just given a ballot assuming he was going to vote Democrat because he looked Hispanic. He was planing to vote for Trump and did. He verbally took them to task and requested that they follow the proper procedures.

Harriet Nicholson - November 4, 2017

Gov. Brown in CA signed for illegals to get a driver’s license.Iit has a green stripe across the top to say non citizen. No matter. How many illegals have voted in Fresno County? It’s rampant! and nation wide!

Brenda Strauch - November 4, 2017

Yes, I think maybe I have. In 2016 I was in line for a booth and then in a booth. and observed one woman usher several people into booths then walk back and for the between the booths telling people check here. She was loud and ofter said Clinton out loud. Not one word of English from any of them. She was was voting for all of them. They were obviously new arrivals and had no idea what they were doing. All were young males. All in all it seemed sketchy. The poll watcher shrugged his shoulders saying they have a right to an interpreter.

Brenda Strauch - November 4, 2017

California requires NO ID! Just say a name.
nod and sign.

Helen Blanque - November 4, 2017

Twenty plus years ago in N.O. several Police Officers gathered evidence of massive voter fraud. The Mary Landrieu people were busing people around from pole to pole all voting against Tony Perkins for the vacant senate seat. Evidence was handed over to the FBI and nothing was ever done with it. It was Mary’s vote that put obamacare into law. Now her brother Mitch, who is the current Mayor of N.O. recently extended his tern in office another 6 months without the vote of the people. Talk about voter fraud!

Barbara Leetun - November 6, 2017

As a blue collar/white collar precinct chair, I knew the majority of people in my voting precinct. An hispanic man who I felt SURE was not a citizen (I had worked with him at the local cotton gin) came in with ID and voted. The next day I went to his local employer and asked if anyone had seen his citizenship papers. They “thought” they had but couldn’t be sure. I went to the man’s house and left my card. He never voted again.

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