COMPASS: House Begins Investigations, Debt Limit Fight Heats Up

January 30, 2023

Good afternoon from Capitol Hill, As the Republican House majority settles into committee assignments, the investigations into the Biden administration are beginning in earnest. House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY) announced today that he will have the first hearing on Biden family “influence peddling” next week. House Judiciary led by Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) […]

Hans von Spakovsky: ALERT! “Rigged” Choice Voting Robs Voters of Ballots and Throws Elections Into Chaos

January 18, 2023

In recent weeks, more citizens have become aware of a dangerous threat to America’s election process called “Ranked Choice Voting.” It is appearing in legislation in many states, mostly recently in Virginia, and is sometimes even embraced by Republicans who have not done enough homework to understand the danger it represents.   RCV results in votes […]

Cleta Mitchell & Heather Honey: The Lawless Elections of Maricopa County

January 11, 2023

Please join Cleta as she interviews Verity Vote founder and Pennsylvania Fair Elections Coalition Chair Heather Honey, recently called as an expert witness in the post-2022 Arizona election integrity court case.  With her election integrity experience, expertise as an open source investigator and ability to review and interpret the accuracy of ballot reporting systems and procedures, Heather […]

COMPASS: “Transformational” Conservative Victory in Congress

January 9, 2023

Good afternoon from Capitol Hill.  Not too long ago, the pundit class was screeching on every media outlet that members of the House Freedom Caucus who opposed the immediate election of a speaker and demanding process changes could lead to handing the gavel to Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (NY) and would be a disaster for Republicans. […]

Prophecy Fulfilled: the DOJ continues its “flabbergasting” leftist campaign against election integrity

January 4, 2023

When this episode of “Who’s Counting with Cleta Mitchell” podcast originally aired in May of 2022, guest Maureen Riordan – a veteran attorney, retired from the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division – warned of the hyper-partisan and leftist ideology that dominates the DOJ swamp. During the 2022 election cycle, the Department of Justice proved Maureen’s warnings to be accurate […]

COMPASS: Conservatives Call for New House Leadership

January 4, 2023

Good afternoon from Capitol Hill, where for the first time in 100 years, a Speaker of the House was not elected on the first vote. Or the second vote. This is because 19 conservatives voted for someone other than Rep. Kevin McCarthy (CA). And then on a third vote, the opposition increased to 20 conservatives […]

COMPASS: The Last Compass of 2022

December 29, 2022

Good afternoon from Capitol Hill.  Before departing for the holiday last week, Congress passed a $1.7 trillion omnibus. Given the speed at which it was released and then passed, it’s safe to assume that members hardly knew what was in the more than 4,000 page bill. So just like Nancy Pelosi said back in 2010, […]

Merry Christmas from EIN!

December 21, 2022

Please enjoy this heartfelt message from Election Integrity Network Chairman Cleta Mitchell, as she counts our many gifts and blessings — including you, our election integrity partners! Wishing a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah and joyous holiday season from our EIN team to you and your family as we celebrate the freedoms God has provided our […]

COMPASS: Senate races to pass an ill-considered omnibus

December 19, 2022

Good afternoon from Capitol Hill.  It’s officially Christmas time and we’re well into Hanukkah, but here in DC, it’s Washington at its absolute worst. The holiday deadline is a cynical excuse to jam through thousands of pages of legislation covering not only the nation’s annual spending, but billions more for Ukraine, passage of actual bills […]

COMPASS: Earmarks grease the skids of spending deal

December 12, 2022

Good afternoon from Capitol Hill.  It’s spending season in Washington and things are about to get real. Democrat and Republican appropriators are still desperately trying to salvage a trillion-dollar omnibus spending bill. Republicans reportedly want higher defense spending, while Democrats want parity between defense and nondefense spending. There are three ways out of this:  1) […]

COMPASS: An omnibus ascends?

December 5, 2022

Good afternoon from Capitol Hill. The House and Senate are both in session, and it’s a big week in Washington. The Georgia Senate runoff is tomorrow, and, depending on the outcome, Democrats will either have a 50-49 seat majority, or the Senate will remain in a 50-50 tie. The continuing resolution, which is propping up […]

Washington Examiner:  Ranked Choice Voting Should be a Hard NO in Every State

November 30, 2022

“Rigged” Choice Voting is terrible: full stop. It is terrible regardless of party. It is terrible regardless of who won or lost a recent RCV-based election. It is very confusing to understand — making it easy for its proponents to promote. This great “primer” by Honest Elections Project lays out the dangers of this bad […]

Going forward from Florida: Purple Pens and Knitting Patterns Reveal Election Problems

November 30, 2022

This interview is part of EIN’s “After and Before” Series. After 2020 and 2022, and Before 2024: Who’s Counting? with Cleta Mitchell Podcasts discussing state-by-state experiences in 2022 from the Election Integrity Network’s citizen leaders: The bad…but also the good – and the positive difference an election integrity infrastructure made and is making in state […]

COMPASS: Will 12 GOP senators continue to help pass the Respect for Marriage Act?

November 28, 2022

Good afternoon from Capitol Hill. The House and Senate return to session this week. Last week, I wrote about the battle over religious liberty brewing in the Senate on the Respect for Marriage Act, which claims to “codify same sex marriage” (it doesn’t – nothing in the bill changes the status of, or benefits afforded […]

Press Release: Election Integrity Network Publishes Citizen Observers’ Reports Documenting Epic Failure in Maricopa County on Nov 8, 2022

November 22, 2022

Washington, DC.  Election Integrity Network (EIN) has published on its website reports from more than 100 citizen observers, election workers and volunteer attorneys who were eyewitnesses to a chaotic election in Maricopa County, AZ on November 8, 2022.  These troubling reports, found at  www.whoscounting.us/Maricopa/ describe massive technology, equipment, management, and leadership failures in epic proportions that disenfranchised thousands of Maricopa […]

COMPASS: Senate Respect For Marriage Act threatens religious liberty

November 21, 2022

Good afternoon from Capitol Hill. It’s Thanksgiving week, so Congress is out of session. Former president Donald Trump last week officially declared he will seek re-election to the presidency in 2024. And by week’s end, his Twitter account was officially reinstated after over 15 million people voted approvingly in a Twitter poll put out by […]

Going Forward from Michigan: More Resolve Than Ever

November 18, 2022

This interview is part of EIN’s “After and Before” Series. After 2020 and 2022, and Before 2024: Who’s Counting with Cleta Mitchell Podcasts discussing state-by-state experiences in 2022 from the Election Integrity Network’s citizen leaders: The bad…but also the good – and the positive difference an election integrity infrastructure made and is making in state […]

We Need To Talk About What Didn’t Happen On Election Day

November 14, 2022

A number of noteworthy things did not happen on Election Day 2022. Everyone knows the red wave didn’t happen. But that isn’t all that didn’t happen. The chaos at the polls that was going to be caused by the presence of citizen poll watchers did not happen. Despite being hysterically predicted (hoped for?) over the […]

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