Arkansas Legislature Approves Bill Creating Permanent Division to Investigate Election Integrity Issues
The state of Arkansas has passed legislation creating a permanent division to investigate important election integrity issues, in what may serve as a blueprint for other states to combat institutionalized voter fraud.
The legislation that created the investigative division, HB 1513, reads as follows:
“(a) There is created within the Attorney General’s Office the Election Integrity Unit.
(b) The purpose of the Election Integrity Unit is to aid the Secretary of State and the State Board of Election Commissioners in the completion of their duties related to the investigation of election crimes and the security of elections.
(c) The director of the Election Integrity Unit shall be known as the “Director of the Election Integrity Unit” and shall be appointed by the Attorney General.
(d) The Attorney General may also appoint staff to ensure the efficient operation of the Election Integrity Unit, including without limitation:
(2) Nonsworn investigators;
(3) Professional staff; and
(4) Clerical staff.
(e) The Election Integrity Unit shall be based in Little Rock, Arkansas.”
The measure was approved by the Arkansas House on April 3 by a 83-9 vote and then was passed in the Arkansas Senate by a unanimous 30-0 vote. It now is on the desk of Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders, and she is expected to sign the legislation into law in the upcoming days.
Big League Politics has reported on how Democrats and their partners are plotting new ways to subvert newly-passed laws and continue stealing elections in the years to come:
“A new bombshell report from the Honest Elections Project (HEP) has shown how private money is still being used to influence elections, even as the private funding of election infrastructure is getting banned by states nationwide.
The far-left Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) came under fire for giving hundreds of millions of private money to fund election infrastructure in 2020, which increased the amount of unattended ballot boxes allowing the coordinated fraud operation outlined in the “2000 Mules” documentary to take place. As a result, many states have banned the private funding of elections in an attempt to bring these abusive practices to a halt.
In response to the reforms, the CTCL has founded the U.S. Alliance for Election Excellence (AEE) in order to circumvent these new laws banning private money in elections. HEP has obtained public documents through Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests to uncover the CTCL’s scheme to create “Centers for Election Excellence” in order to exert private influence over election infrastructure in localities.
HEP reviewed the documents with the John Locke Foundation and found the AEE is “designed to systematically influence every aspect of
election administration in target offices and push progressive voting policies.”
The Alliance is already in communication with and influencing election officials in counties throughout the country, including Forsyth County and Brunswick County in North Carolina. The AEE creates “scholarships” which are converted to “credits” that purchase services from the CTCL and other left-wing partners, as part of a convoluted process to exert private influence over the system and buy election infrastructure unbeknownst to the public.
“I get something and give something,” said one Brunswick election official in a document received by HEP.”
It is time for states to get series about defeating election fraud and bringing the guilty parties to justice. The passage of this measure in Arkansas is a great step in the right direction.