We all want our votes to count, whether we are deciding on what to have for dinner or who should represent us as elected officials. We provide opinions and feedback on surveys, polls, and in conversations, and we expect our voices to matter. We should expect the same when we share our opinions – our votes – for those that will lead us in government. In what ways can our votes be compromised? Who counts votes? What do they count? How do they count? How do we know our votes are secure? What can we do to protect the integrity of elections? Linda’s guest, Cleta Mitchell, is host of the podcast, Who’s Counting? She is a highly esteemed election law attorney, and chairs the Election Integrity Network, a project of the Conservative Partnership Institute, which is a non-partisan effort to ensure elections are secure and conducted in accordance with the U.S. Constitution and applicable law. In this first part of a two-part interview, Cleta shares specific examples of problems from the 2020 elections, provides details on how the election process should be conducted, and gives tips for citizens who want to ensure the security of every vote. Free and fair elections are vital to the stability of our nation. Every legally cast vote should be counted, every illegally cast vote should be dismissed. If you care about election security and the future of America, you will not want to miss this episode.
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