MARCH 23, 2021-Fight Voter Fraud, Inc.-Research into Connecticut’s 2020 election data reveals evidence of underage voting. Six individuals registered on the Connecticut voter rolls are listed as being under 18 years-old on November 3, 2020. This new report follows the recent discovery of data indicating over 100 instances of voters voting twice in last fall’s general election.
“While some may suggest that six potentially underaged voters is irrelevant, the implications of this latest information raise more questions about the processes and safeguards put in place to keep our elections fair,”said Linda Szynkowicz, CEO of Fight Voter Fraud Inc.
The data indicate that these voters were part of the “Same Day” registration program that registers people on Election Day. Nearly 15,000 new voters were registered in one day on November 3, 2020.
Election Day is the busiest day in the election cycle, Szynkowicz noted. With election officials focused on voting and the election process itself, the sheer volume of same-day registrations raises questions about verification procedures.
Fight Voter Fraud, Inc has provided the data to the office of the Secretary of the State,which is responsible for ensuring voting integrity. Fight Voter Fraud also has filed a complaint with the State Election Enforcement Commission (SEEC), which has the authority to investigate possible violations of the election laws, inspect campaign finance records and reports, and refer evidence of violations to the Chief State’s Attorney or to the Attorney General.
“We hope that these individuals did not willfully violate election laws, but rather their voter identification information is simply incorrect,”says Dominic Rapini, chairman of Fight Voter Fraud, Inc. “An election system that lacks the checks and balances necessary to conduct proper and thorough Election Day Registration only further erodes voter trust in fair elections.”
“For our citizens to trust our elections and for lawmakers to fully and properly consider expanding voting systems, everyone must trust the data,” Rapini added. “If data continues to suggest that our state’s election integrity procedures cannot identify easily discoverable errors in registration data, how can legislators move forward with early voting and no-excuse absentee ballot initiatives?”
“Election integrity demands data integrity.”
Linda Szynkowicz – Founder and CEO – (860) 575-7125, Linda@Fightvoterfraud.org
Dominic Rapini –Board Chair – (203) 645-0914, firstname.lastname@example.org
Fight Voter Fraud, Inc. is a non-profit 501c(4), non-partisan organization dedicated to fighting for Election Integrity in Connecticut. Using analytical tools, investigative strategies, grassroots activism and, litigation, to strengthen our election systems and to root out voter fraud wherever it is uncovered. We believe in “One vote for one legal voter”©. To learn more about our organization please visit www.fightvoterfraud.org to report voter fraud, volunteer, get updates and to donate to our mission.
[Editor’s Note: See the original here.]