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Oct 20 2016
Donald Trump’s defiant assault on the election’s integrity reverberated Thursday among his allies and rivals as the GOP campaign and Hillary Clinton’s inner circle argued over how best to face the outcome after the votes are counted.Washington Post
Aug 11 2020
As we enter the heart of a campaign season during these uncertain times, one thing remains certain: Election Day will still take place on Nov. 3, 2020, as required by law. Any potential change of date was immediately dismissed last week by Republican and Democratic leaders in Congress, as well as the White House chief of staff. But to maintain public confidence in our electoral process, ourRealClearPolitics
Nov 01 2016
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said he would “neither defend nor criticize” Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey’s decision to announce the new developments in the Hillary Clinton email saga, a neutral stance that contrasts with the criticism coming from the Clinton campaign and other Democrats.
Mr. Comey had revealed Friday that the FBI was looking into newWall Street Journal (News)
Sep 24 2021
There is no excuse for conspiracy theories alleging the 2020 presidential election was somehow wrongly decided due to massive fraud, and we will not offer any such excuses. But that doesn’t mean voter fraud doesn’t happen or that the 2020 election did not suffer from serious fraud and ballot integrity problems.
Importantly, it also does not mean that election integrity measures are notWashington Examiner
Aug 04 2022
In June 2021, the U.S. Justice Department established the Election Threats Task Force to address what it called a sharp rise in reports of threats received by the election workers involved in the 2020 election cycle.
On Wednesday, a member of that task force, Assistant Attorney General Kenneth Polite, Jr., told the Senate Judiciary Committee that the task force reviews all reports of "CNSNews.com
Apr 20 2021
The Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing Tuesday to discuss a purported “assault on the right to vote.”
The hearing, dubbed “Jim Crow 2021: The Latest Assault on the Right to Vote,” comes as the far left continues to criticize Georgia’s new election integrity law.
Stacey Abrams, the Democrat who lost the 2018 governor’s race in Georgia and the founder of Fair FightThe Daily Signal
Apr 20 2021
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger claimed that Democrats barred him from testifying in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee during their hearing on election integrity.
Republicans invited Raffensperger to testify during Tuesday's hearing “Jim Crow 2021: The Latest Assault on the Right to Vote," but the effort was blocked, the Republican secretary of state claimed in aWashington Examiner
Mar 08 2021
Georgia Republicans are pushing dozens of 'election integrity' bills. Black voters are the target, rights groups say.
After 15 years allowing voters to cast absentee ballots without excuses, Georgia Republicans say the practice has got to go.
The Republican-controlled state Senate votes Monday on a package of legislation that would, among other things, limit mail-in voting primarily to Georgians who are elderly, disabled or out of town on Election Day — one of dozens of restrictive election-relatedNBC News (Online)
Dec 18 2020
Former national security adviser Michael Flynn says President Donald Trump has options to make sure the integrity of the 2020 election remains intact, including seizing voting machines around the country and using military capabilities to rerun elections in swing states.
''I don’t know if he’s going to take any of these options. The president has to plan for every eventuality because weNewsmax (News)
Dec 09 2020
Nearly two dozen House Republicans urge Trump to demand special counsel investigate 2020 election integrity
Nearly two dozen House Republicans are urging President Trump to direct Attorney General William Barr to appoint a special counsel to investigate election integrity.
The group of Republicans, led by Rep. Lance Gooden of Texas, sent a letter to the president on Wednesday morning, which was obtained by the Washington Examiner. The letter, which is nearly identical to a letter GoodenWashington Examiner