Commentary: Big Tech Is Breaking Campaign Finance Laws Openly Campaigning on Behalf of Democrats

A mayoral candidate in Texas was arrested October 8 and charged with 84 counts of mail application ballot fraud; Zul Mohamed, running for mayor of Carrollton, forged nearly one hundred voter registration applications. “At the time of arrest, Mohamed was in the process of stuffing envelopes with additional mail ballot applications for neighboring Dallas County,” law enforcement officials reported. He also was charged with 25 counts of “unlawful possession of an official mail in ballot” and faces up to 20 years in prison.

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Aftab Pureval’s Lawyers Fail to Get State to Dismiss Complaint He Misspent Campaign Funds

Aftab Pureval

The Ohio Elections Commission rejected an appeal by Aftab Pureval’s lawyers to dismiss a complaint alleging the Democrat congressional candidate violated federal election law. Instead of tossing the case out, the OEC scheduled a hearing for Nov. 1 in Columbus – just five days before the Nov. 6 election. That could be…

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New Evidence Emerges Indicating Aftab Pureval Used Money from Local Campaign to Pay for Congressional Bid

Aftab Pureval’s secret poll is secret no more. The Cincinnati Enquirer has obtained a copy of the poll, and it proves exactly what the candidate for Ohio’s district-1 congressional seat has been denying since the controversy about his campaign spending first came up — that it was conducted for his congressional campaign,…

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How the 1851 Center for Constitutional Law Chose Its Name and Why It Matters to Ohioans

Maurice Thompson

Ohio entered the Union in 1803 as America’s 17th state and — as has been routine practice for freshly-added states — Ohio established a state constitution by which to govern itself in harmony with the U.S. Constitution.  For decades, things generally seemed to function well. But by 1851, Ohioans began…

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