Over 225,000 Texas voters have received ballot request forms, courtesy of a Biden donor group. Those targeted include many already deceased citizens.
Even The Washington Post lambasted The Center for Voter Information for having a record of sending “error-ridden mailers.” Still, the political elite’s paper of record couldn’t quite bring itself to categorize its activities as partisan.
The National Pulse further reports on the organization’s follies in Texas as the Biden campaign makes a late push to turn the Lone Star State blue for the first time in 44 years:
As reported by local news, one individual received multiple ballot request forms for her deceased husband:
“Kristen Link received four ballot request forms in the mail addressed to her husband, who passed away in 2015. Kristen thought the forms were sent by a government agency, but they came from a third-party group called the Center for Voter Information. The ballot applications are already filled out and addressed to the Bexar County Elections Administrator.”
The Center for Voter Information, which also lists itself as Women’s Voice Women Vote Action Fund, counts two staunch Democrats as its leadership.
Founder and Board Chair Page Gardner has worked for “numerous Democratic and left-wing issue campaigns,” including those of Bill Clinton in 1992 and Hillary Clinton in 2008.
Gardner isn’t shy about inserting himself into ideologically-driven quarrels on Twitter either and has given $200,000 to Democrat candidates and affiliated political action committees.
The group’s CEO, Tom Lopach, also has a long history of advocating for progressive causes. During this election cycle, he has tweeted in support of former Vice President Biden.
I believe the American people generally try to do the right thing. Tonight’s results were a reminder of that, and a rejection of unlimited money in politics. Go Joe Biden!
— Tom Lopach (@TomLopach) March 4, 2020
Despite these and other ballot shenanigans by partisans masquerading as objective arbiters, there are proven methods to defend the integrity of our elections, as our David A. Keene recently discussed with the Heritage Foundation’s Hans von Spakovsky.
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