Ballot Integrity

President Trump Continues to Fight for Us and We Will Continue to Fight for Him.

  • Democrats challenged the election results for two years and wasted millions of dollars to find no evidence of collusion or wrongdoing in 2016.
  • The American people are entitled to an honest and transparent election and the President is entitled to have this process play out. 
  • Allowing these recounts and lawsuits to run their course will ensure that all Americans can be confident in the results of the election.
  • The margins are slim and there are a number of irregularities that we must look into. 
    • As of 11/25, we have a combined 545 sworn declarations in five states – PA, GA, MI, NV, WI.
    • Additionally, there have been over 14,200 incident reports filed in five states – PA, GA, MI, NV, WI – since Election Day.
  • There are legal teams on the ground in PA, GA, MI, NV and WI to fight back against Democrat efforts to disenfranchise voters.
  • The Trump campaign’s recounts in Dane and Milwaukee counties have been completed.
    • These are the locations of the worst irregularities, which have raised serious concerns that need to be further examined. 
    • An unprecedented 243,000 Wisconsinites circumvented photo ID requirements by marking themselves as “indefinitely confined” ahead of November’s election – a majority of them newly declared this status this year. That throws the legality of these ballots into question. 
      • This includes 25,000 individuals who had little to no voting history prior to November. 
      • This was a staggering increase from the nearly 72,000 voters who indicated that they were indefinitely confined in 2019.
      • This also arose after the Dane County clerk advised voters to illegally mark themselves as indefinitely confined due to the onset of coronavirus ahead of the April 7th primary.
      • Wisconsinites deserve answers on whether or not these ballots were cast illegally.
    • The Wisconsin Elections Commission directed Wisconsin municipal clerks to alter incomplete absentee ballots contrary to Wisconsin law. Under Wisconsin law, incomplete absentee ballots may not be counted. 
    • In Wisconsin, we have received hundreds of incident reports following the November 3rd election, and dozens of sworn declarations.
  • If you see signs of voter irregularities and fraud, please report them to

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