If Fraud Appears to Take Place
During an Election
Don't Expect the Courts to Help
A Few Notable Court Cases Dealing with
Problems in Recent Elections
A BRILLIANT CONSTITUTIONAL ARGUMENT
UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Robert L. Schulz v. Congress of the United States of America
(August 20, 2021)
What was the Court's position on all of these cases?
Each case was thrown out because the person winning the office had already taken possession of the office.
If someone can win an election that is suspected to be fraudulent, Maryland Courts are apparently uninterested in hearing those cases.
The Maryland Court system has allowed possibly fraudulent elections to stand by throwing out court challenges.
LEWIS PORTER, Founder and Director of Maryland 20-20 Watch has over the past decade worked with a long and changing list of researchers, investigators, professional auditors and dedicated volunteers who all give their time FREE of charge, delivering unimpeachable facts and evidence with the kind of passion and integrity that is demanded to ensure truth and transparency in our election process.
WILLIAM NEWTON, brings his own special skill-set to the process as a seasoned research investigator with a focus in election law, a longtime political campaign consultant and former Candidate for Congress. Mr. Newton is the author of the MDREIC REPORT and past Contributor to the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity. (2017-2018)
Together they run the day-to-day operation of this Nationally recognized Maryland Election Integrity Watchdog Group, publish findings, seek legislative remedies to the problems discovered with the process and also provide educational training for Election Judges and informative presentations FREE to the public as their schedules permit.