Secure Mail-In and Absentee Ballots
Mail-in and absentee ballot are a big problem when it comes to election fraud and ballot harvesting. FGA’s reforms aim to secure mail-in and absentee ballots in order to improve ballot security, making it easy to vote but hard to cheat.
FGA Applauds Arizona Legislature for Sending Universal Voter ID Initiative to the Ballot
The Foundation for Government Accountability (FGA) applauds the Arizona State Legislature for taking a critical step in allowing the people to protect their votes and secure their state’s elections.READ MORE
DOJ tries to stomp on Texas under guise of ‘protections’
On Sept. 7, Senate Bill 1 passed in the Texas Legislature and was signed into law by Gov. Greg Abbott, codifying a set of fair and consistent statewide reforms to govern the conduct of elections in Texas. The law went into effect this month.READ MORE
How States Are Leading on Election Integrity—And How More Can Join
Following the eyebrow-raising issues of the 2020 election, state legislatures across the country have passed legislation that’s made it easy to vote but hard to cheat.READ MORE
Michigan's Elections, Like Our Roads, Desperately Need Repairs
Right now, Michigan’s elections are a lot like our roads: full of potholes and needing long-overdue repairs. The 2020 election was no different, with varying ID requirements for mail-in ballots and ballots cast in-person, lack of drop box security, out-of-state money, and outdated voter rolls. It is no wonder so many elected officials are now reevaluating […]READ MORE
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