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Judicial Watch: Fitton Weighs in on Illegal Alien Voting

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Judicial Watch: Fitton Weighs in on Illegal Alien Voting

Dear Editor/Broadcaster, In the attached article from Brietbart, Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton weighs in on the burgeoning debate over whether illegal aliens voted in the 2016 presidential election… And he makes it abundantly clear that those who think they didn’t need to think again: Are we supposed to be…

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Tom Fitton: Naive to Think Millions of Aliens in U.S. but ‘None of Them Are Illegally Voting’

From Breitbart: “Most tend to vote Democrat. It’s a fact,” he continued. “There’s been a study out of Old Dominion University that shows it is enough of a vote to sway elections, one way or another. It may have resulted in election, specifically, of Al Franken to the United States…

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Judicial Watch Will Monitor Virginia Polls on Election Day

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today, as part of its ongoing Election Integrity Project, announced that Judicial Watch volunteer poll observers will monitor polling sites in Virginia on Election Day. Judicial Watch poll monitors will be in Virginia in response to significant concerns about the integrity of the election process…

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Judicial Watch, AEF File Amici Brief with Supreme Court Supporting Arizona, Kansas Efforts to Require Proof of Citizenship on Voter Registration Forms

‘Illegal voting at any level can change the outcome of elections.  And there is no acceptable amount of fraud.’ (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it has joined with the Allied Educational Foundation (AEF) to file an amici curiae brief with the United States Supreme Court in support of Arizona’s and…

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Judicial Watch Statement on Supreme Court Decision to Strike Down Arizona Voter Registration ID Law

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today issued a statement criticizing a ruling by the Supreme Court of the United States in State of Arizona, et al. v Inter Tribal Council of Arizona et al. (No. 12-71). Judicial Watch had filed an amicus curiae brief on behalf of former Arizona State…


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