Election “Integrity” Commission
The so-called Election Integrity Commission, chaired by Mike Pence and Kris Kobach, is seeking to obtain vast amounts of confidential voter information from all 50 states. They claim their actions are necessary to root out rampant voter fraud, for which there is no evidence whatsoever. The Commission’s true aim is voter suppression.
In reality, in-person voter fraud is so rare as to be insignificant, and in any case, it would be a slow and ineffective way to influence an election outcome. In one billion votes cast since 2000, there are only 31 credible cases of in-person voter fraud.
The League of Women Voters has a petition against the Commission: sign here.
July 12 - yesterday - was a Day of Action for Net Neutrality. Although we’re a day late, there’s still time to join in and write a letter to the FCC. You can send a letter from this site: http://www.battleforthenet.com/