New election integrity group will spend millions on payouts and protect whistleblowers on the 'front lines'

FIRST ON FOX: A newly formed nonprofit organization aims to promote election integrity by compensating grassroots-level whistleblowers who witness firsthand corruption during the electoral process.

The Fair Election Fund will focus its efforts on election organizers and concerned citizens who witness firsthand the inner workings of elections, and will vet and pay whistleblowers who witness irregularities in the process.

“The majority of the group's budget will be spent on paying whistleblowers such as election workers, organizers and concerned citizens who have witnessed this corruption firsthand for sharing their stories,” FEF said in a press release.

“All claims will be vetted by the Fair Election Fund's team of experienced election lawyers. The group will raise awareness of these cases through aggressive paid and earned media campaigns, the first of which will begin immediately.”

ARIZONA GOUV KATIE HOBBS VETOES SECONDARY ARTICLE BILL TO FIGHT SQUATTING AND ELECTION LAWS

Voting booth (PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP via Getty Images)

In a new advertisement released on Saturdaythe group explains that “elections are the foundation of our American experiment.

“It is part of our core, but we can only have confidence in the results if there is confidence in the process. Across the country, there are real cases and abuses in the system that have eroded our trust.”

The ad quotes efforts by the Biden administration voter registration that some have warned could ultimately lead to the registration of illegal immigrants and ineligible voters, as well as cities across the country that have pushed to let noncitizens vote.

CALIFORNIA sues BEACH CITY over voter ID law supported by majority of residents

Disabled Voters-Wisconsin

Poll workers sort ballots at the Kenosha Municipal building on Election Day, Nov. 3, 2020, in Kenosha, Wis. (Wong Maye-E/AP Photo)

The ad also raises concerns about the lack of voter IDs in some places in the United States, efforts to restrict voter IDs, concerns about drop boxes, mail-in ballots and other potential vulnerabilities in the election system.

“The reason our elections continue to lack the integrity Americans deserve is because those on the front lines fear they will lose their livelihoods for speaking out against those in power. Not anymore,” an official familiar with the effort said in the news release.

“This initiative will ensure that those who come forward to expose fraud and abuse in our election system will be compensated and protected. This $5 million fund will shine a light on corruption, stop it and restore trust to the American public.”

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FOX NEWS APP

Poll workers sort absentee ballots

Poll workers sort early and absentee ballots at the Kenosha Municipal building on Election Day in Kenosha, Wis. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E, File)

a Heritage Foundation Database has documented approximately 1,500 cases of confirmed voter fraud and nearly 1,300 criminal convictions.

“Secure elections matter because, as some of the documented cases in Heritage's Voter Fraud Database show, even a single ineligible or illegally cast ballot can make a difference in elections – especially those at the local level. “Zack Smith, Senior Legal Officer at the Heritage Foundation, posted on X last month.

Related Posts

The White House is praising Biden's new immigration policy toward undocumented spouses of U.S. citizens

The White House is praising Biden’s new immigration policy toward undocumented spouses of U.S. citizens, With less than five months to go the general electionsPresident Biden announced sweeping federal action…

Texas doctor charged with obtaining confidential patient information about transgender care

A Texas doctor who calls himself a whistleblower on transgender care for minors is accused of illegally obtaining private information about patients at the nation's largest children's hospital who were…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You Missed

S&P drops, yen rises, Tesla drops

  • July 13, 2024
S&P drops, yen rises, Tesla drops

3 Colorado poultry workers test positive for bird flu

  • July 13, 2024
3 Colorado poultry workers test positive for bird flu

New ways to study spinal cord malformations in embryos

  • July 13, 2024
New ways to study spinal cord malformations in embryos

Macron's gamble on early French elections 'didn't pay off', says professor

  • July 13, 2024
Macron's gamble on early French elections 'didn't pay off', says professor

Wie moet USMNT inhuren om Berhalter te vervangen? Analyse van Klopp, Pochettino, Vieira en anderen

  • July 13, 2024
Wie moet USMNT inhuren om Berhalter te vervangen? Analyse van Klopp, Pochettino, Vieira en anderen

School collapse in Nigeria kills at least 16 students during exams

  • July 13, 2024
School collapse in Nigeria kills at least 16 students during exams

Paris Olympic ticket fraud on the rise ahead of the Summer Games. Here’s what to watch out for.

  • July 13, 2024
Paris Olympic ticket fraud on the rise ahead of the Summer Games. Here’s what to watch out for.

USWNT vs. Mexico live stream: Prediction, TV channel, how to watch online, time, news, odds

  • July 13, 2024
USWNT vs. Mexico live stream: Prediction, TV channel, how to watch online, time, news, odds

Biden is faltering. Trump’s plan? Let it happen.

  • July 13, 2024
Biden is faltering. Trump’s plan? Let it happen.

Scientific Tricks to Keep Your Bouquets Looking Fresh

  • July 13, 2024
Scientific Tricks to Keep Your Bouquets Looking Fresh

Waarom voelt Robert Macintyre zich aangetrokken tot Oban, Schotland? Een bezoek aan het huis van de PGA Tour-ster

  • July 13, 2024
Waarom voelt Robert Macintyre zich aangetrokken tot Oban, Schotland? Een bezoek aan het huis van de PGA Tour-ster