Was the 2020 Presidential Election surreal? Yes! Were no-excuse mail-in ballots created because of the pandemic? No!
Act 77 – a radical change to PA’s election procedures, without proper input from the People – put Biden in the Oval Office. And our nation is headed over the brink.
In January 2019, a Senate memorandum posted reasons to upend election procedures in use since 1937. Senate Bill 421, known as Act 77, was voted in on October 29, 2019. See Senators and Representatives votes. Governor Wolf explained its dramatic impact here. The House, led by Bryan Cutler, lauded it as “historic election reform.” (See the Ballotpedia description to better understand what Act 77 says.)
But, chaos! Our representatives lay all blame on Governor Wolf and former Secretary Boockvar. Our leaders say they are helpless to reverse the damage – but throw tax dollars to the wind in lawsuits. If only Speaker Bryan Cutler had asked the People first.
What has Speaker Bryan Cutler done to pursue a full forensic audit?
How is Speaker Bryan Cutler ensuring the machines, mail-in and provisional ballots, and all other data are not destroyed when the federally-mandated 22 month retention period is up on September 2?
Act 77 was unconstitutional. Read the PA constitution text on elections here. According to Sunshine goals, shouldn’t the People have been more involved in the changes? Why no Town Halls? If such changes are “constitutional”, what other changes does Harrisburg have in store?
If you suspect fraud, explore some details. Find more details here. Read this about ballot drop-boxes.
If you want your name removed from the permanent mail-in rolls, use this form.
Don’t stop voting! When you vote in person, fraudsters are forced into the open. Voter volume exposed the 2020 election craziness.
Anne wants to repeal Act 77. Absolute election standards:
in-person voting (absentee remains as always, see parameters here)
photo ID (for those opposed to having their picture taken, security cameras abound – there is no way to avoid being on camera everywhere you go)
voting on one day. Make Election Day a national holiday; it will be easier to vote and recruit poll workers.
voting machines owned by private companies are illegal
no electronic voting – machines may not have internet capacity, and no voting by phone or computer
strong chains of custody according to the highest standard
no machines or ballots may be destroyed if an election is disputed
The People have a right to choose elected officials in transparency, peace, and trust. Our media outlets and politicians have tried to divide us, but the People want to live in harmony without fear of their voices being drowned and their votes being defrauded.