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Voter Fraud

Subject;    Voter ID Bill for your state.

 

August 1, 2019

 

Dear Independent American Party Member,

 

You can help insure fraud free elections by insisting that voter identification be mandatory.  The validity of our election process depends solely on allowing only those citizens to vote who have valid picture identification that conforms to their individual voter registration form.

 

Determining the requirements for voter identification has rightfully and traditionally been left to the states.  A bill requiring approved voter identification was passed in Wisconsin and was signed by the governor in 2011.  We suggest that this Wisconsin bill, cleared by the courts, be used as a template for a Voter Identification Bill in your state.   This bill has been sent to your state legislators.   Almost 800 legislators nationwide are considering this bill.       See the attachment below.

 

Having elections free of voter fraud and thus moving to eliminate corruption in state government is critical in restoring citizen trust in the election process and in elected officials.

 

Please contact your state senator and representative and encourage them to sponsor this Voter Identification Bill in the upcoming legislative session in your state.  It can be adapted as needed.   Explain to them that this bill will eliminate voter fraud and restore transparency in your state elections.

 

God Bless America! 

 

Will Christensen

 

chairman@independentamericanparty.org
 

 

Website: Usiap.org

 

Attachment:  Wisconsin Act      

(State) _______________ Voter ID Act

 

Adapted from 2011 Wisconsin Act  23

 

The people of the state of _______________, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1.  In order to vote in the state of _______________ an individual must provide proper identification at the polls.

“Proof of identification” means identification that contains the name of the individual to whom the document was issued, which name conforms to the individual’s voter registration form, and that contains a photograph of the individual.

“Identification” means any of the following documents issued to an individual:

(a) One of the following documents that is unexpired:

1. A valid operator’s license.

2. An identification card issued by the state.

3. An identification card issued by a U.S. uniformed service.

4. A U.S. passport.

(b)      A certificate of U.S. Naturalization that was issued not earlier than two years    before the date of an election at which it is presented.

(c)       An unexpired driving receipt.

(d)      An unexpired identification card receipt.

(e)       An identification card issued by a federally recognized Indian tribe in this state.

 

If any or all ID provisions of this act are stricken by any court having venue and jurisdiction, or if any person claims to be a legally registered voter and refuses to provide any of the forms of accepted ID, then any voter choosing not to display a proper form of voter ID must pose for a photograph and full set of fingerprints before the voter's sealed paper provisional ballot may be accepted. If such voter refuses to volunteer either provide acceptable voter ID or pose for a photographic and fingerprint record, then their ballot or provisional ballot may not be accepted.   Poll workers and voters who fail to follow voter verification provisions of this act must be charged with voter fraud.

 

If any provision of this act or its application to any person or circumstance is held invalid, then the invalidity shall not affect other provisions or applications of the act that can be given effect without the invalid provision or application, and to that end, the provisions of this act shall be severable.

 

All Acts and parts of Acts inconsistent with this Act are hereby repealed.

Effective date of acts. “Every act and every portion of an act enacted by the legislature over the governor’s partial veto which does not expressly prescribe the time when it takes effect shall take effect on the day after its date of publication as designated” by the secretary of state [the date of publication may not be more than 10 working days after the date of enactment].