top of page

'Things Could Get Very Ugly'

We could not agree more, CNN.


But what everyone continues to look past is the potential for just one or two state election officials to indulge the conspiracy theories about voter fraud coming from the White House, thereby legitimizing the notion of a contested election that would otherwise be based on... nothing.


Join us. Sign our petition to demand that state election official uphold their oaths. And get in the fight.

Voting experts and political strategists from across the political spectrum are increasingly alarmed about the potential for a disputed presidential election in November, one in which one candidate openly questions the legitimacy of the results or even refuses to concede.
These experts are keenly aware of President Donald Trump's well-documented history of lying about voter fraud and claiming that elections were "rigged" when he doesn't like the outcome. They also see a Democratic base that is still burned from 2016, when its nominee was dragged down in part by Russian meddling operation, won the popular vote, and lost to Trump.
Interviews with nearly 20 election experts, former lawmakers, political strategists, legal scholars and historians indicate there are widespread fears of a nightmare scenario in November, where Trump's norm-breaking behavior -- coupled with the unprecedented challenges of pandemic-era voting -- test the limits of American democracy and plunge the country into a constitutional crisis.


21 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

An Analysis of Trump's Big Lie

Our friends at The Union and Election Reformers Network have provided a very thorough rundown of the Big Lie, how we got here, and why it's so transparently fraudulent: As this outline reflects, for a

Rogue Election Boards Wreaking Havoc On Democracy

The Republican-led county commission of Otero County, NM is refusing to certify the results of the primary election held there on June 7. This is almost certainly a preview of things to come this fall

Comments


bottom of page