“An overwhelming majority of Wisconsinites support restoring #Roe and legalizing marijuana.”
Does a large drop in Wisconsin's active military votes between 2020 and 2022 suggest fraud? No, that's not true: There's no evidence of widespread voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election. Turnout can vary greatly from election to el
Quick Take About 540,000 voters went to polling places in Arizona’s Maricopa County on Election Day, including roughly 250,000 who voted in person and over 290,000 who dropped off mail-in and provisional ballots, according to election officials
Herschel Walker “is heavily funded by the oil and gas industry, raking in more than $140,000 in donations from Big Oil and other energy interests."
Did Maricopa County, Arizona, lose some 292,000 votes in its final vote tally for the November 8, 2022, elections? No, that's not true: The tweet making that claim left out voters who returned their mail-in ballots in person and people wh
“Maricopa County announced that on Election Day over 540,000 voters visited one of the 223” vote centers, but final official results data claimed that “only 248,070 people voted.”
Does an increase in inactive voters show evidence of criminal intent in Arizona for the 2022 election? No, that's not true: The numbers in Maricopa County, Arizona, shown in the claim are accurate, representing tallies after several maili
Did the Department of Homeland Security and the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services give illegal immigrants citizenship in exchange for voting for Democrats for the rest of their lives? No, that's not true: A Homeland Security repre
Election officials said Maricopa County voters who wanted to vote in person Nov. 8 could, despite election equipment issues at some vote centers. Voting rights experts rebutted claims that voters were disenfranchised.
Sunny Hostin of “The View” admitted to voter fraud.
Did Arizona election officials say "we accidentally mixed un-counted votes with counted votes, maybe 15 to 17 thousand"? No, that's not true: The elections department spokesperson told Lead Stories that Maricopa County officials never sai
Did Maggie Hassan, a New Hampshire Democrat who ran for Senate in the 2022 midterms, win 1,100 votes from a town with only 700 people? No, that's not true: The New Hampshire Secretary of State told Lead Stories the inflated vote tally was
Does a video showing people dropping off multiple ballots at one time in a drop box prove election fraud and what "really happened" in Arizona? No, that's not true: Delivering more than one ballot for other voters is legal in Arizona. Ind
A livestream failing in Nevada is “one of the ways blue states steal elections.”
Footage shows Dallas pollbooks fraudulently “adding hundreds of voters in real time as the poll was being closed.”
Was a Phoenix affiliate of Fox News part of an attempt to defraud voters by calling the Arizona governor's race 12 days before Election Day? No, that's not true: While the affiliate, Fox 10 Phoenix, did accidentally air a graphic in late
Split election results show the Arizona governor’s race was rigged.
Even before polls closed Nov. 8, claims that slow election results were proof of election fraud were circulating. Misinformation about the 2020 presidential election laid the groundwork for this 2022 midterm misinformation trend.
Did a Republican poll watcher in Arizona have access to voter check-in information where she claims to have seen evidence that 200 extra ballots were counted? No, that's not true: The Maricopa County Elections Department told Lead Stories
Were "poll pads" in Texas caught adding "hundreds" of voters in real time as a poll was being closed? No, that's not true: The state-certified Election Systems & Software (ES&S) voting systems e-pollbooks in Dallas County, Texas,
Does a video show an "Iranian whistleblower" revealing how they hacked a federal voter registration database during the U.S. 2020 election and created fraudulent overseas ballots? No, that's not true: The footage -- shown at an election i
“We waited 24 hours and got a measly 62k votes" in Maricopa County
Maggie Hassan won “1,100 votes from town with population under 700.”
Does a photograph of a packed street in the city of Sao Paulo show thousands of Brazilians protesting against alleged voter fraud after the country's 2022 presidential election? No, that's not true: The picture is from a 2016 protest agai
In this instance, voters were allowed to participate if they arrived in line prior to the 8 p.m. deadline. This is not illegal.
Does a viral map claiming that identical tallies turned New York predominantly blue in the gubernatorial race with ">99%" votes allegedly counted prove election fraud? No, that's not true: Even three days after the video with the map w
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell shared Election Day graphs that showed spikes in votes in various races, alleging they were evidence of stolen elections. But that’s a misunderstanding of how votes are processed and reported, experts said.
When 36% of the vote was in, Pennsylvania gubernatorial candidate Josh Shapiro had 370,706 votes and 56.6% of the vote while Doug Mastriano had 844,669 and 41.6%.
In his election as governor, “We won cities that no Republican had ever won.”
Photo shows “late-night operatives moving van-loads of suspicious ballots way after legal deadline in Detroit.”
The video is of singer Agneta Fältskog talking about the joy of being home with her kids. The Brazilian army has ruled out voter fraud in the polls.
These spikes are not unusual and frequently arise due to the procedures that govern the counting of votes.
On the afternoon of Election Day, former President Donald Trump suggested that problems at polling places in Michigan’s largest city, a Democratic stronghold, were preventing voters from casting their ballots […] The post Detroit voters were no
It’s a sign of fraud that “in 244 counties across the United States, there are more registered voters than there are people legally eligible to vote.”
Will Michigan Proposal 2 give "violent felons" the right to vote from prison? No, that's not true: The proposal, which was on the state's ballot and passed during the 2022 midterm election, does not affect imprisoned people's ability to v
“Electronic voting machines didn't allow people to vote” in Maricopa County, Arizona.
In Detroit, “people are showing up to vote only to be told, ‘sorry, you have already voted.’”
Soon after polls opened in Arizona’s Maricopa County, a number of automatic vote counting machines, called tabulators, stopped working smoothly. Twitter abounded with claims of election shenanigans. “Democrats running elections […] The po
Do allegedly discovered "dozens of boxes" with "zero Bolsonaro votes" offer evidence confirming election fraud in Brazil? No, that's not true: Brazil doesn't use paper ballots -- voters cast ballots electronically. The claim appeared a tw
“There is no chain of custody” for ballots placed in Box No. 3 at Maricopa, Arizona, polling sites.