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True the Vote’s ‘Scan Check Protect’ arrives just in time for November
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True the Vote’s ‘Scan Check Protect’ arrives just in time for November

Without voter integrity, Americans have no way of knowing if their old voter registrations are being used to support candidates and policies they reject.

Attorney General Merrick Garland recently took to the pulpit of a church to rail against election integrity measures, including voter ID laws. Despite the fact that voter ID is supported by 80% of all Americans across all demographics, Garland pledged to bring the full force of the U.S. Department of Justice against states that have passed voter ID requirements into law. He also pledged to protect blue-state vote harvesting and drop boxes, which are entirely too easy to manipulate and game to influence the outcome of elections.

At the same time, the Department of Homeland Security has made a mockery of its name by allowing an estimated 8 million unvetted illegal aliens into the country since January 2021. U.S. Rep. Yvette Clark (D-N.Y.) recently revealed why the Democrats are flooding the country with lawlessness. As blue states lose residents to red states with better policies and job climates, they want more illegal aliens to be counted for political purposes.

Americans have no way of knowing if the government is even legitimate if the integrity of the vote isn’t protected.

“I need more people in my district just for redistricting purposes,” Clark said.

Democrat-run cities have already attempted to grant voting rights to noncitizens, and San Francisco put a noncitizen on its elections commission.

In a republic such as the United States, voting rights are precious and the integrity of our elections is fundamental to the nation’s health and future.

In a sane world, Catherine Engelbrecht would be a national hero. The feisty Texas businesswoman founded True the Vote with one simple purpose in mind: to ensure that every legal vote counts — and that only legal votes count.

Every American citizen has the right, even the duty, to vote. The government at every level has the duty to ensure that citizens’ votes count and that no fraud of any kind is allowed anywhere. For her patriotic efforts, Engelbrecht was investigated and harassed by the Obama-Biden administration and their IRS jackboots for years.

Many Americans have been alarmed to find out that they’re still registered to vote in states they no longer live in — and in some cases never lived in. One man recently told True the Vote that he discovered a voter registration in his name in California, a state he left years ago. One woman, Diana, left Washington state in 2022 but discovered through Scan Check Protect that she was still on the voter rolls there. Another man found out that he was still registered to vote in Georgia, despite leaving three years ago.

Until now there has never been a way to check for old registrations easily and quickly. True the Vote has the answer: the “Scan Check Protect” website allows voters to check and find out if there are any fraudulent voter registrations in their names anywhere in the United States.

While one political party talks endlessly about “protecting democracy” by taking its opposing presidential candidate to court and attempting to kick him off ballots, True the Vote is actually protecting our republic at its foundation: the vote.

Without voter integrity, Americans have no way of knowing if their old voter registrations are being used to support candidates and policies they reject. Americans have no way of knowing if the government is even legitimate if the integrity of the vote isn’t protected. “Love your country – protect your vote” is True the Vote’s motto. It’s also just a simple truth. In a time of lawlessness encouraged from the top of our government down, True the Vote’s mission has never been more important.

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