After I retired from the Marine Corps, one of my first goals was to ensure active duty military stationed overseas had confidence their vote could be cast and counted on time. After testifying to Congress about the many hurdles our men and women in uniform faced to vote, the Military and Overseas Voter Empowerment Act became law in 2009.
Today it’s apparent our nation has a long way to go to ensure election integrity is never doubted again. There is no excuse for the lack of transparency and fairness in our current electoral system. The goal of Make Elections Fair Again is to demand states restore voter confidence and reform a flawed system that enabled voter fraud. This is long over due, but a needed change to restore election integrity and guarantee that the United States is the beacon for free and fair elections once again. Join us in our effort for election integrity and secure the confidence of every American that their legal vote will count.
Jessie Jane Duff
Gunnery Sergeant, U. S. Marine Corps retired
Spokesperson, Make Elections Fair Again
Make Elections fair again. Now!
It’s time to act.
We do not want your money or much of your time.
You can help change our election laws to prevent vote fraud.
Make Elections Fair Again is an organization with the sole purpose of bringing about change to reduce or stop voter fraud.
How do we do that?
First step, if you support fraud free elections. We want you to WEAR SOMETHING RED on Friday the 26th of February.
Let the people around us and the local government know who we are, and how many of us there are.
Once we build momentum, we will be taking other actions to put pressure on our
Government and Legislature to make the needed changes.
What are the changes we want?
First off, we are NOT looking to overthrow the Government or engage in any violent acts.
We will also support any legislation that seeks to fix the surge of voter fraud.
The S.O.S. needs to be allowed to use any outside sources of information to scrub the voter roles, and we should mandate that they do.
A good example would be the national change of address database. In Nevada it was discovered that tens of thousands of people cast votes even though they had left the state. Since the ballots were not forwarded it’s likely someone else voted in their place
Run the voter rolls against the DMV database using their driver’s license number to exclude duplicates instead of just date of birth, which is impossible to independently verify. For those few people who don’t have driver’s licenses we would use social security numbers.
Take a picture at the polling place of anyone casting a provisional ballot or doing same day registration. That way we can tell who they are.
These are not the only things we want, but it is a start and we are open to suggestions.
We are not here to debate about the outcome of the last election. There are lots of people already doing that. Our only purpose is to make elections fair, and as much as possible free of fraud