The Heartland Institute and Rasmussen Reports released a new poll results yesterday which found that a shocking 17% of mail-in voters admitted to voting “in a state where you were no longer a permanent resident” during the 2020 presidential election.

New Poll Shows Nearly One In Five Mail Ballot Voters Admit To Wrongdoing

The Heartland Institute and Rasmussen Reports released a new poll results yesterday which found that a shocking 17% of mail-in voters admitted to voting “in a state where you were no longer a permanent resident” during the 2020 presidential election.

“This poll validates all the research we did since 2021, as do official prosecution referrals and over 280 cases under investigation,” said Ian Camacho, Director of Research for Look Ahead America (LAA). “Those reporters, government officials, and think tanks that previously “debunked” our work will spin this naturally but data does not lie. Thank you volunteers who were ahead of the curve and pollsters for validating our finds!”

Their Georgia Report shows a figure of 17.1% of Georgia voters cast Out of State Subsequent Registration ballots, an almost perfect match with the poll’s results. Its work has since led the State Board of Elections to refer a voter to the GA attorney general for prosecution, while other cases are pending review.

The have previously released reports on Georgia, Wisconsin, and Arizona which mentioned the national change of address and out of state subsequent registrations as a means to detect ineligible and illegal voters.

 

 

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