An election in Wisconsin spurred a national debate over in-person voting due to the concerns about the coronavirus. When asked about the use of mail-in ballots in elections, President Trump falsely claimed they were a “cheat.” “They go and collect them, they’re fraudulent in many cases. You’ve got to vote.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp signs a bill significantly reforming Georgia’s election system.
Regent University sponsored an all day “election integrity confrence” hosted by former Congresswoman and Dean Michelle Bachman. The event featured many speakers including Ben Carson, Hans von Spakovsky, John Fund, and Kris Kobach.
Honest Elections project sent a memo, which included polling it conducted showing the popularity of restrictive voting policies, to members of Congress and state legislators.
Heritage Action, Tea Party Patriots Action, Freedom Works, and the local and national Family Research Council groups organized a rally dubbed “Take a Stand” aimed at pressuring U.S. Senator Joe Manchin to vote against H.R. 1.
Heritage Action announced it would put $1 million toward supporting Georgia’s election restrictions, specifically putting $600,000 toward a television ad buy.
Conservative Partnership Institute (CPI) announced Cleta Mitchell would be joining them as a senior legal fellow and would be heading their “Election Integrity Coalition.”
FreedomWorks announced Cleta Mitchell would chair their “multi-million dollar National Election Protection Initiative.”
Heritage Action announced its plan to invest $10 million into a state advocacy campaign to promote “election integrity” across the country.