Jonathan Tobin, editor in chief of JNS.org and popular conservative columnist, debates Spencer Klavan, assistant editor of the Claremont Review of Books and The American Mind.
Some of the money fraudulently obtained by the alleged members of the fraud ring was used to place a down payment on a multi-million dollar home.
"There is no evidence that any voting system deleted or lost votes, changed votes, or was in any way compromised," the committees' statement reads.
Kory Langhofer, one of the campaign's lawyers, appeared in court to argue a lawsuit filed last week in a Maricopa County court alleging that some poll workers "incorrectly rejected" in-person ballots on Election Day.
The woman says that she is still on probation after being arrested for trying to vote for Trump twice in 2016.
A Kansas man was sentenced to 5 years in prison after being found guilty of carrying out a $15.2 million bank fraud scheme while working as a banking executive and loan officer.
"Our system isn't what we thought it was," Fox News host Tucker Carlson said Monday. "It's not as fair as it should be, not even close."
A lawsuit filed in Pennsylvania by President Donald Trump's re-election campaign on Monday alleges that Pennsylvania "mismanaged the election process."
"They have taken a global pandemic and turned it into a nationwide electoral epidemic," McEnany said.
"Our constitutional process demands we count every vote," read the Thursday statement from the National Council on Election Integrity.
I was on my fourth deployment in Iraq, and remember the mix of hope and trepidation—fear that mistrust and violence will overwhelm the electoral process. Fifteen years own, it's my own country I'm worried for.
He made the comments while campaigning in Pennsylvania Saturday and has suggested the election will be decided in the high court in the days or weeks after November 3.
Husband and wife warned voters to be cautious after suspecting voter fraud in their experience.
President urges supporters to be vigilant and on the look lout for liberal and Democrat "mischief" during voting.
Jae H. Choi was indicted on Tuesday for bank fraud, false statements on a loan application, aggravated identity theft and money laundering.
The officers have been accused of collecting more than $200,000 in unearned overtime pay between 2016 and early 2019.
David Redfern of Trinity, North Carolina, was identified as the alleged fraudster in a criminal complaint that the Department of Justice unsealed on Tuesday. The DOJ said that most of the money was recovered.
U.S. Attorneys unsealed the indictments of three Nigerian nationals they say stole personal information and IRS W-2 forms as part of a scheme to fraudulently obtain income tax refunds.
Legal authorities retrieved jewelry, over $120,000 in cash, a $125,000 Range Rover vehicle and over $3 million from 10 bank accounts.
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If concern about voter fraud with mail-in ballots is delusional, it is a delusion that is shared by most of the world.
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows said this year's elections will go forward as planned November 3 this year, but he defended President Donald Trump's suggestion of delaying it should there be a massive move toward mail-in ballots.
A 17-year-old from Tampa has been identified as the mastermind behind a Twitter hack that scammed over $100,000 in bitcoin. Hillsborough State Attorney Andrew Warren filed 30 felony charges against the teen, who will be tried in Florida as an adult.
Robinson allegedly stole over $600,000 in government funds while working as director of a healthcare organization.
Prosecutors said they believe Marnell received approximately $9 million in fraudulent loans obtained from the Paycheck Protection Program.
State officials are working with the U.S. Attorney's Office and the U.S. Department of Labor to see if similar schemes are happening in other states.
Eight individuals are accused of creating bogus companies such as Charm Boutique and Infinite Cleaning to swindle California out of unemployment benefit money.
Julie Wheeler, 43, of Beckley, West Virginia, will spend 42 months in federal prison and pay restitution of $289,055.07, according to a statement released Tuesday by the U.S. Department of Justice.
A couple from Virginia has been arrested and charged in an alleged scheme to defraud more than $1.4 million in federal money approved by Congress to go to struggling businesses amid the pandemic.