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Lord, guide us with Your Spirit of discernment. Please make provision for us to vote in person, Father.

Mandatory voting by mail would undermine election security and endanger Americans’ right to have their votes counted, according to a report released Tuesday by the Honest Elections Project, a voter integrity group.

The report comes on the heels of a vote-by-mail scandal in Paterson, New Jersey, where 1 in 5 votes were disqualified.

Liberal politicians and advocacy groups championed all-mail voting in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.  . . .

All-mail voting is different from absentee voting, which requires an individual voter to take action and includes several security measures. In an all-mail system, ballots automatically are mailed out to postal addresses with fewer security safeguards.

Remote voting, including by absentee ballot, has been the largest source of voter fraud over the decades, analysts say.

The Honest Elections Project’s new report cites 2012 data from the Pew Center concluding that 24 million voter registrations, 1 in 8 nationwide, are invalid or inaccurate. That includes 2.75 million duplicates and 1.8 million dead voters. . . .

The states of NevadaNew Jersey, and Maryland also have had problems with mailing ballots automatically, as many ballots were undeliverable. In Maryland, 10% of ballots could not be delivered.

The report says:

“At the very least, mailing ballots to every registration on file—knowing that a significant number of registrations are erroneous or outdated—is a waste of precious resources. Clark County, Nevada, estimated it would cost at least $323,000 to mail ballots to inactive registrants. Now, undeliverable ballots are being dumped in garbage cans. Taxpayers’ dollars are literally being thrown away because of ill-conceived vote-by-mail schemes”. . . .

The report from the Honest Elections Project cites Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman, a Democrat, as saying, “You can’t just flip a switch” to transition to a new system.

Mail-in voting also has led to numerous criminal convictions, the report notes.

In one example, Hector Ramirez, a candidate for the New York State Assembly in 2014, was found guilty of fraud after he filled out 35 ballots for himself.

In 2016, the Democratic primary for a Missouri state legislative seat was overturned after it became clear that improper absentee votes had affected the results.

The next year, about 700 forged mail-in ballots were submitted for a Dallas City Council race. Most notably, in the 2018 race in North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District, prosecutors said an operative working for the Republican candidate ran a vote-harvesting operation that illegally altered or destroyed hundreds of ballots.

(Excerpt from The Daily Wire. Written by Fred Lucas.)

What do you think would happen in we move forward with mail-in voting in the upcoming election?

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  1. All types of voter fraud in US is miniscule in comparison to the number of ballots cast, according to elections experts. Taking that into consideration, it is problematic to make comparisons between types of ballot-casting systems and erroneous to claim mail-in voting “substantially” increases the risk of fraud. From fact check.
    Voting by mail or absentee ballots(no difference)is a
    nonpartisan way of ensuring people can vote from the safety of their own home,especially during this pandemic. Its not cheating. Making it harder to vote, less accessible and limiting voting stations in minority,black orpoor neighborhoods is a form of cheating.


  2. I’m having trouble understanding the resistance people are expressing with all-mail voting. I’ve lived in Oregon and Washington states and we’ve have all-mail voting for years. Even before that, I was an absentee voter by mail when I was temporarily in another state for school. I didn’t mind going to the voting poll when I was younger but the mail voting is much more convenient for a busy schedule. I don’t recall any ID check at the poll but I have heard that happens in other states, especially in large cities. With the mail-in ballot, I get time to study the ballot and voter’s guide and I can drop off my completed ballot at nearby election drop box.

    The problems cited in this article are certainly criminal but I wonder if they are more a problem with voter registration fraud and individual criminal activities. I have not heard about widespread voter fraud in either Oregon or Washington. The Heritage Foundation has state statistics for proven election fraud:

  3. Heavenly Father, there are so many churches as organization in the USA, please put in their heart as individual (both Democrat and Republican) to go out and vote for Your value in November. Help President Trump to win the hearts of all these people that they know exactly that President Trump is Your chosen one to lead USA in the next 4 years. Please bless President Trump with Republican Senate and House of Rep in the next 4 years so that they can work for You to put USA in the right track of putting You first and above anything else. In Jesus’ name we thank you.

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  4. Father, we thank You for the Word of God, and the Power of the Word that lives and reigns Forever and ever.
    In the mighty name of Jesus, Lord Jesus rebuke every spirit and esp.spirit of fear that exalts itself against/above the knowledge of Jesus Christ, the Only Begotten Son of God,Prince of Peace,Messiah, Truth,Way,Bread of Life, Resurrection, Chief Cornerstone, Lamb of God,Savior,King of Kings, Lord of Lords,Teacher, Good Shepherd,Lord of Glory, Righteousness, Faithful,Lion of Judah,Root of David,Holy Anointed One, Yeshua,. Only You get the Glory now and forever.

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  5. Lord we pray for fair honest election in this country. nothing is hidden that shall not be revealed. bring to light those things spoken or done in the dark. there’s a big problem with mail in voting. the postal service has already come out in support of dementia joe so that should be a red flag right there. on facebook and you tube a couple post showed how they received a ballot for their cat that has been dead for a couple of years. voting by mail fraud is an agenda that the democrats have been pushing since this so called virus began. that’s why they want people locked in their homes living in fear and wearing a mask this is how they can control the masses by keeping them lock in their homes and taking away their rights and freedoms. we as americans and christians need to rise up and pray and seek God’s face in this hour as never before so we can turn this country back to God and the very things that our forefathers started this country on. i really believe that the only hope for this country is God and president trump. i know many will disagree but i don’t agree with they way he speaks at times but he loves God, this country, the constitution and the american people. i just pray that God bless and protect our president and would bring the bible believing christians to their knees is prayer and fasting for our great country even with all its flaws its still the greatest country on earth.

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  6. I, for 1, am contacting my 2 senators and my Representative in the House and demanding that voting in this and every election must be in person with ID at the voting precinct location or by the absentee ballot for those who physically cannot be there in person. We MUST STAND UP, DO WHAT’S NECESSARY and TAKE BACK OUR COUNTRY, along with ALL OUR RIGHTS that have been slowly and methodically stolen from us!!! NOW! BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE.
    And continue to pray!!!

    Amen! 4
  7. Father, we pray you would halt the mail in ballots movement. May people become aware of the dangers of voter fraud. Give voice to those who are aware of the danger. We praise your name for your work in our nation.

    Amen! 3

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