Dear Fellow American,
We have all heard about voter fraud and attempts by liberal media organs like The New York Times and leftist politicians to dismiss it as a nonexistent problem.
But voter fraud is in fact real, widespread, and substantial to the point that it can and does decide elections. It also drives honest citizens out of the democratic process and breeds distrust in our government.
I, like most Americans, believe that voting is a highly valued right and serious responsibility of American citizenship. And clean, accurate voter registration rolls, as well as commonsense laws requiring voter ID help stop voter fraud and voting by individuals ineligible to vote.
That’s why Judicial Watch’s filed lawsuits against the states of Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky that resulted in those states agreeing to comply with that National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) by cleaning their voter rolls.
But there’s more to do. You see, there are many other states that have not been cleaning their voter rolls as required by law and we’ve issued notices to a dozen of them that they need to comply with the law – or perhaps face a lawsuit from Judicial Watch.
And that’s why I hope you will help Judicial Watch now as we expand our fight for clean and fair elections.
Lawsuits are costly, especially when we’re fighting the government! But this is indeed a critical battle for the rule of law, and for the future of our nation. And that’s why your support of our work is so important.
Please make your best donation now to Judicial Watch so we can fight for clean elections and carry out our work fighting government corruption.