Federal Lawsuits Challenge use of Zuckerberg Millions to Influence Local Election Agencies

St. Paul – The Minnesota Voters Alliance, today announced its participation with the Thomas More Society and several other civic organizations filing federal lawsuits in four battleground states to stop private money being used to influence the administration of elections by government officials. The MVA today filed its suit against the City of Minneapolis in US District Court, with additional […]

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Absentee Ballot Boards: Ground Zero for Minnesota Elections

| Lawsuits consolidated against Minneapolis, Duluth, and Ramsey and Olmsted Counties for illegally constituting and running absentee ballot review boards | In Minnesota this fall, as many as two million ballots will be processed by local absentee ballot boards, virtually none of which follow the laws governing staffing the boards and reviewing the ballot envelopes for legitimacy. After months of […]

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DFLers are Asking Courts to Change Voting Rules, Without the Nuisance of Legislation

By Kim Crockett Maybe you already know who you want to vote for in 2020. But given concerns about COVID-19, how will you vote? In person at the polls on Election Day? Or will you vote by absentee ballot? If you vote by absentee ballot, an increasingly popular choice even before COVID-19, you can drop your ballot off in person, […]

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Pressing Current Election Integrity Issues

Andy Cilek, executive director of the Minnesota Voters Alliance discussed some of the most pressing current election integrity concerns in an in-depth TV news interview on August 4th, 2020. Mail-in ballots, absentee ballot board infractions, voting in a pandemic, face masks and more were discussed in the 12-minute news feature.

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