The highly-anticipated documentary film 2000 Mules will be showing in Fairfax this week only, followed by a virtual premiere on Saturday, May 7. In 2000 Mules, documentary filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza thoroughly documents what he calls “ballot trafficking” on a scale that was large enough to alter the results of the 2020 election.
“The movie exposes the lies of the Democrats, RINOs, and Fake News who say it was the ‘most secure election in history.’ It was, perhaps, the least secure in history,” says former President Donald Trump.
The former General Registrar of the Fairfax County Office of Elections and the Fairfax Electoral Board did not obtain legally required oaths that attest to the proper printing and delivery of the ballots for the 2021 election, until months after that election occurred. Some oaths required by law may not have been obtained at all for 2021 or earlier elections. These oaths, required from the printer and from the Electoral Board representatives overseeing the printer, are important parts of the Chain of Custody documentation for ballots in every election.
The new General Registrar, Eric Spicer, began serving on March 28, 2022 after being appointed by the Fairfax County Electoral Board to replace the former General Registrar Scott Konopasek. The Electoral Board accepted Konopasek’s resignation on March 24. Spicer previously served as the Elections Manager in Fairfax for almost five years. Previously he had been the Election Administrator for twenty-one years for the City of Alexandria.
When: Saturday, February 19 @ 1:00 – 3:00 PM
Where: Embassy Suites, 8100 Loisdale Rd, Springfield, Va 22150. View Map
Amb. Chris Henzel, Fairfax Board of Elections
Tom Van Flein, Chief of Staff for Rep. Paul Gosar
In the past, I have always voted on Election Day. This year is different; I voted early for the following reasons: (1) Voting early reduces the amount of phone calls and mailers you receive as campaigns take you off of their lists once you have voted – it also saves them money; (2) Eliminates the worry that a family/business or medical emergency might happen on Election Day; (3) Reduces opportunity for voter fraud by removing your name from voter rolls as a picture ID is no longer required to vote; (4) But most importantly – it is critical that we end one-party rule in Richmond.
At Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting, the Board voted 9-1 to ask Governor Northam to remove the witness signature requirement for absentee ballots in Fairfax County because our residents may not be able to get signatures due to COVID concerns. The General Assembly removed the witness signature requirement during the 2020 elections while we were under a State of Emergency. It was reinstated once the State of Emergency ended in the Commonwealth.
When: Saturday, October 9 @ 6:00 – 8:00 PM
Where: McLean Field Office, 7927 Jones Branch Drive, McLean, VA 22102 View Map
6:00 p.m. – Training
6:45 p.m. – Election Integrity Update Program with Hans Von Spakovsky, Manager, Election Law Reform Initiative and Senior Legal Fellow, Meese Center for Legal and Judicial Studies
Poll Watching infromation for those who have been trained, Phone Banking.
Wine and Lite Fare
Clay Percle, who leads the Fairfax GOP’s Election Integrity Team, joined WMAL’s Mornings on the Mall radio program to discuss last weekend’s disenfranchisement of many Republican voters. With registration deadlines looming for Virginia’s GOP convention, the Department of Elections closed its online Citizens Portal for “scheduled maintenance.” In addition to GOP conventions in Fairfax and Loudoun Counties, registrations for local elections in Vienna were similarly affected.
The Virginia Department of Elections scheduled a critical system outage that disenfranchised Fairfax County Republican voters over the weekend, as key registration deadlines approached. While it remains unclear whether this outage was due to mismanagement or impropriety, voters deserve answers.
On Friday, April 9, at 12:30 PM, the Virginia Department of Elections posted a notice on Facebook…
In early March, the Virginia Department of Elections (VA ELECT) announced they had successfully completed a Risk-Limiting Audit (RLA) of the Commonwealth’s November 3, 2020 presidential election results.
According to VA ELECT, the audit verified the Commonwealth’s original vote count, accurately portraying the winners of the election in Virginia for United States President and Senate.