We all know about it, we’ve chatted about it and we know something must be done about it – voter fraud. Â What must we do?Â Show up on Election Day, vote and be a poll worker.Â You see, he who controls the power to count the votes is the one you should be watching. If the numbers are so overwhelming that they can’t possibly cheat, we will win. I think for Conservative areas of each State to hold back their numbers until the end, like Wisconsin did, you will find the Left cannot possibly guess the numbers that will come in and they will undercount what they need. Again, Wisconsin is the example. George Soros wants to destroy this Country, We The People will destroy him first George Soros Should Be In Jail, Instead He Seeks To Destroy The American Voting System
Known as the Secretary of State Project (SOSP), the organization was formed by liberal activists in 2006 to put Democrats in charge of state election offices, where key decisions often are made in close races on which ballots are counted and which are not.
The groupâ€™s website said it wants to stop Republicans from â€œmanipulatingâ€ election results.
â€œAny serious commitment to wresting control of the country from the Republican Party must include removing their political operatives from deciding who can vote and whose votes will count,â€ the group said on its website, accusing some Republican secretaries of state of making â€œpartisan decisions.â€
SOSP has sought donations by describing the contributions as a â€œmodest political investmentâ€ to elect â€œclean candidatesâ€ to the secretary of state posts.
Named after Section 527 of the Internal Revenue Code, so-called 527 political groups â€” such as SOSP â€” have no upper limit on contributions and no restrictions on who may contribute in seeking to influence the selection, nomination, election, appointment or defeat of candidates to federal, state or local public office. They generally are not regulated by the Federal Election Commission (FEC), creating a soft-money loophole.
While FEC regulations limit individual donations to a maximum of $2,500 per candidate and $5,000 to a PAC, a number of 527 groups have poured tens of millions of unregulated dollars into various political efforts.
SOSP has backed 11 winning candidates in 18 races, including such key states as Ohio, Nevada, Iowa, New Mexico and Minnesota.
â€œSupporting secretary of state candidates with integrity is one of the most cost-efficient ways progressives can ensure they have a fair chance of winning elections,â€ SOSP said on its website, adding that â€œa relatively small influx of money â€” often as little as $30,000 to $50,000 â€” can change the outcome of a race.â€
The bottom line is to never allow fraud to occur in the first place, so you must watch the counters. On our side this election cycle are the many State Houses’ Conservatives who won in 2010, it makes it a tad bit harder to steal an election in the all mighty “swing States,” – not that they won’t try!