That uncomfortable topic…

…what to do if you see voter fraud, and that includes intimidation.

My kid is coming with me to vote, she heard about the voting machines flipping over to Obama after choosing Romney and wants to make sure my vote counts.
That’s another good idea, take your kids to vote. Let them see the process, they need to know how important this election is. They need to know that our republic is based on citizen’s participation.

 

Found this on Freedomworks This includes phone numbers for every state.

Voter fraud is a contentious issue of late; liberals swear it is a myth propagated by evil racist conservatives. We know better. Most on the right are aware of the voter fraud issue but many have little to no idea how to combat or report violations; consider this your crash course.

First and foremost, step one in any instance where you see or suspect voter fraud is to alert the state officials who oversee the election process. For most states this is done by the Secretary of State, in other states, there is a State Board of Elections. Notifying these officials is paramount as they are the ones who ultimately certify and authenticate elections. Alert them before you call Fox News or blow up Twitter, though drawing as much media attention as possible is beneficial, you want to make sure you follow a process. I have included a contact list for each state at the bottom of this post.

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