Colorado Democrat Secretary of State Sends Letters Encouraging 30,000 Noncitizens to Vote Illegally

Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold, a far-left Democrat, sent postcards to 30,000 noncitizens encouraging them to vote illegally in the upcoming midterm elections.

Griswold apologized after getting caught, claiming it was a mistake and that these individuals would not be allowed to vote if they submitted ballots in the upcoming election. She said that the error was caused by a glitch in Colorado’s drivers license system. Colorado is one of 18 states that gives drivers licenses to illegal aliens.

The state Republican Party is not buying Griswold’s excuses.

Colorado Republican Party chairwoman Kristi Burton Brown said that “Jena Griswold continues to make easily avoidable errors just before ballots go out” through the mail on Oct. 17. Griswold is being challenged in this year’s elections by Republican Pam Anderson, a former suburban Denver clerk who leads Colorado’s association of county clerks.

Big League Politics has reported on how Democrats exploit mail-in voting vulnerabilities that create an avalanche of absentee ballots that are processed without any chain-of-custody standards, which allows mass undetectable fraud:

The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) is claiming that the state of Wisconsin lost track of over 82,000 mail-in ballots during the 2020 election, which is more than four times the number of votes by which Joe Biden beat Donald Trump.

“We now know the cost of the rush to mail balloting—lost ballots,” writes PILF president J. Christian Adams in the organization’s report. “The federal data show the 2020 election had more mail ballots that were never counted than the margin of victory in the Presidential election in Wisconsin. This isn’t the way to run an election. Mail ballots invite error, disenfranchisement of voters, and puts the inept U.S. Post Office determining the outcome of elections.”

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