Election Reform 6-Point Plan
Many conservatives and independent voters are concerned that voter fraud is so widespread that recent election results have many believing that America may soon become a country controlled by one political party.
Here are six election law reforms that if adopted will address about 85% of the areas where voter fraud occurs.
These 6 Election Law Changes
Would Help Reduce Voter Fraud:
Stop Same Day Registration & Voting – Require legal residence to be registered to vote 30 days prior to election day to allow election officials proper time for eligibility verification.
End Early Voting – Outlaw voting six weeks before election day. Require in-person voting at designated poll locations on election day unless requesting an absentee ballot.
No ID – No Voting – Require government issued ID with picture and address that matches voter registration card.
Terminate Ballot Mass Mailings – Mail-In and Absentee ballots sent to voters by written request only after voter registration card verification.
Outlaw Ballot Harvesting – Make it illegal to pick up and deliver/drop off/mail unsealed ballots that are cast by other voters.
Ban Centralized Ballot Counting – All ballots are counted/tallied in the district/precinct in which they were cast. No boxing up ballots to be carried to central counting or tallying centers.