- Massive Increase in Local Political Involvement (9/3)
ProPublica contacted GOP leaders in 65 key counties, and 41 reported an unusual increase in signups since Bannon’s campaign began. At least 8,500 new Republican precinct officers (or equivalent lowest-level officials) joined those county parties. We also looked at equivalent Democratic posts and found no similar surge.
Those are rookie numbers! We gotta pump those numbers up!
- Audit Update from Kelly Townsend (9/3)
From her telegram:
Okay, please don't shoot the messenger. The good news is, our auditors are successfully recovering from covid and are back at work preparing the report. As for the report, I am glad to hear that at least it will be produced within the next week or two. From that point, the Judiciary committee will meet and will go over everything with a fine-tooth comb. I will keep everyone posted to the extent I am able to disclose information. We are moving forward.
- MCBOS Still has not Responded to Senate FIOA for Communications (9/3)
From Karen Fann’s Twitter:
Uh no. Maricopa County has not given us any of their text and emails we asked for over a month ago. We sent foia requests for BOS , Adrian Fontes, Steven Richer, Dominion and others. Senate has turned in over 20 k documents but crickets from them
- Tell Brnovich to Enforce the Subpoenas (9/3)
If MCBOS continues to defy both the Senate’s subpoenas and FIOA, then he is not properly enforcing the law. Apparently, fiscal penalties are not enough of an incentive to comply with the subpoenas. They must comply or face criminal punishment just as any other AZ citizen would. Does he support a two-tiered justice system?
Contact AG Mark Brnovich:
- LD28 Needs Precinct Committeemen (9/3)
They only have until Oct 25 to recruit approx. 110 more PCs. You can volunteer here:
- ”Election Security Experts” Call for Audit of Recall (9/3)
- Effingham County Added to Grand Jury List (9/3)
From Kandiss Taylor:
Thursday is for Effingham County, GA. Grand jury petition served. This is getting interesting. I’ve been accused of siccing my “people” on county election GOP officials. I don’t “sic” people on people. FYI. The people are in charge in case you didn’t know.
- Raffensperger Recall (9/3)
From Amy Kremer’s Twitter:
Here we go!
Just received the application and need 100 signatures to sponsor the recall of Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger
We plan to have sponsors/signers from all 159 counties
If you are a GA voter and want to help #recallbrad, sign up at http://bit.ly/recallbrad
- Dominion Sponsors SOS Election Conference (9/3)
- MI Rep. Jack O' Malley Lying About Matt DePerno (9/3)
- Las Vegas Walk-Out Campaign Beginning on Sept 7 in Response to Vax Mandate (9/3)
- State Laws Allow Parents to Overrule School Boards (9/3)
- Send Evidence of Political Indoctrination in NH Classrooms (9/3)
- Pennsylvania Lawmakers File Legal Challenge to Mail-In Voting Law (9/3)
Fourteen Pennsylvania GOP representatives are asking the Commonwealth Court to declare provisions that enable voting by mail without excuse unconstitutional and block state officials from distributing, collecting, or counting no-excuse mail-in ballots in future elections. The Republican-controlled legislature in 2019 passed Act 77, which dramatically changed Pennsylvania Election Code, including letting anybody vote by mail.
- Corman’s Whistleblower Website + More Hearings (9/3)
Round and round we go....
From the PA Senate GOP facebook page:
Senate Intergovernmental Operations Committee Invites Public to Submit Sworn Testimony in Election Investigation
HARRISBURG – The Senate Intergovernmental Operations Committee has created a special webpage for Pennsylvania residents to submit sworn testimony regarding problems they have personally experienced with the state’s election system, according to Committee Chair Senator Cris Dush (R-Jefferson).
As part of the committee’s comprehensive election integrity investigation, Dush is encouraging voters to come forward if they have witnessed voter irregularities or other election improprieties firsthand.
The information will help lawmakers develop potential improvements to state law to bolster election security. Pennsylvanians can share their stories and contact information at: https://intergovernmental.pasenategop.com/electioninvestigation/.
Dush noted that testimony is only being accepted from Pennsylvania residents, and the infractions must have been witnessed in person or affected the state resident personally. In addition, members of the public should submit testimony on the webpage only if they are comfortable signing an affidavit and potentially testifying under oath at a Senate committee hearing under penalty of perjury.
In addition, Dush said his committee is in the process of scheduling a hearing to be held with the Department of State to examine the impact of last-second guidance sent to counties before the 2020 General Election.
The new webpage and upcoming hearing are part of a much broader investigation into the 2020 General Election and 2021 Primary Election. Dush announced today that the committee plans to hold public hearings, create a publicly accessible webpage with information and updates about the investigation, and request documents from counties and the Department of State to conduct a comprehensive election investigation – including potentially using the committee’s subpoena powers.
- WEiCU Announces Lawsuit for a Full Forensic Audit in WA (9/3)
- List of Various Upcoming Events (9/3)
This telegram channel lists local protests or other events. Much of it is covid related, but they include other conservative events as well.
- American Oversight’s Public Records Request for Justice Gableman (9/3)
- Possible Budgeting for Gableman’s Investigation (9/3)
- HOT Wisconsin Suggests Volunteering with These Orgs (9/3)
From HOT Wisconsin:
Citizens are looking for information on where to sign up for canvassing? I would start here by volunteering to see the next direction:
Also, Look Ahead America has already done some canvassing in WI and is always looking for volunteers.
Check them out as well: