Trump Votes For The Most Banned Woman In The World: Laura Loomer

President Trump revealed he voted “straight Republican,” meaning he cast his vote for Laura Loomer to represent Florida’s 21st district as its Congresswoman. While President Trump was departing his home state of Florida, he was asked: “Did you vote for Laura Loomer today when you voted?” His responses alluded to the fact he voted for Loomer, stating “I voted straight Republican.” President Trump’s primary residence is in Florida’s 21st district where Loomer is running for Congress against Democratic incumbent Lois Frankel. FROM LAURA: Laura Loomer On ‘The Spirit Of Revenge’: What George Washington Would Make Of 2020’S Elections LOOMER: Let’s

TX Mayoral Candidate Arrested For Stealing Ballots From Nursing Home

Zul Mirza Mohamed, a mayoral candidate in Carrollton, Texas, has been arrested and charged with 109 felonies related to voter fraud. According to CBS: The investigation began September 23 when the sheriff’s office was notified by the Denton County Elections Office of possible fraudulent activity related to absentee ballot applications. Officials say absentee ballots had been requested to be sent to a P.O. Box in Lewisville, that was supposed to belong to a nursing home facility. When investigators made contact with the Carrollton residents whose ballots had been requested they learned that none of the residents had asked for ballots

Trump Legal Team Blocks Dem Efforts To Mail 70,000 Auto-Filled Ballots In Iowa

The Trump campaign legal team successfully invalidated nearly 70,000 mail-in ballot requests that were delivered to Iowans already filled out with the necessary information required to vote. According to the Associated Press: “The court rejected a Democratic challenge that argued the directive issued by Republican Secretary of State Paul Pate was unconstitutional. Pate instructed county elections commissioners in July that all absentee ballot request forms they mailed to voters must be blank in order to ensure uniformity statewide. Auditors in three counties defied Pate’s guidance and mailed forms to thousands of voters with their names, addresses, dates of birth and