Dear Friends,

This week the radical left of the New Mexico Senate is trying to pass Senate Bill 8, a bill that threatens to undermine our voting and election process.

Please, urge your Senator to OPPOSE SB 8 to protect the integrity of New Mexico’s election process.

If passed, SB 8 will:

No matter what party affiliation one may be, everyone can agree that making New Mexico vulnerable to fraud in the election process is unacceptable.

In a time when trust in the election process is waning, we should be working to bring unity to our state. Sen. Gregg Schmedes, who is currently working with fellow legislators to block this bill says, “SB 8 potentially delegitimizes our election process and opens up our elections to voter fraud unnecessarily.” An undermined election process is a divisive act that will only serve as a detriment to New Mexico.

If you wish to protect the integrity of our election process, urge your Senator to OPPOSE SB 8 by clicking on our Action Center today!

For Integrity,

Jodi Hendricks
Executive Director

In just days, the most watched election in America will be decided as voting comes to an end on November 2nd.  As a proud lifelong resident of the Commonwealth of Virginia, I am eager to cast my vote and have my say in the Commonwealth’s future–I hope you will vote as well, if you haven’t already. And I hope you will encourage others to vote too.

To that end, I am sharing with you a helpful resource from our friends and allies at The Family Foundation. Their 2021 Virginia Voter Guide covers key races from the Governor to the Lieutenant Governor and the Attorney General. The more people know about the races and the candidates, the more they are empowered and motivated to make their voice heard in this critical race with both local and national consequences.

With the Governor’s race in a dead heat, this looks like another Virginia election that could be decided by a single vote per precinct. And that turnout will affect other races on down the line, like the election for Delegate in District 68, where Statesmen Academy alum Mark Earley is seeking to win a pivotal legislative seat.

With so much at stake for Virginia and the nation, thanks for voting and for spreading the word! To that end, we also encourage you to join us in praying earnestly over this race and the future of our Virginia. May God bless you and our great Commonwealth!

For Virginia,

Joseph Kohm

Joseph Kohm III
Public Policy Director

Nancy Pelosi and House Democrats continue to push a radical agenda that will dramatically damage election accuracy and integrity.

Their latest attempt was to hold a hearing on their latest version of an election takeover bill, HR 4. Democrats are pushing this legislation so fast that the bill had not been officially introduced before the House Judiciary Committee meeting last week. Meaning, members had not even seen the text before the markup hearing started! Nonetheless, Nancy Pelosi has declared, “When the House returns on August 23rd, Democrats plan to pass H.R. 4.”

HR 4 would dramatically damage election accuracy and integrity in the following ways:

The House plans to vote on HR 4 TOMORROWPlease take a minute today to urge your congress member to vote NO on HR 4!

With this legislation, liberal forces in Congress are attempting to undermine the integrity of our elections – and the ability of each citizen to engage in the political process of their own government.

You can help protect the foundations of our nation by stopping this dangerous legislation! Click here to urge your Representative to stand for election integrity by OPPOSING HR 4!

For freedom,

Nicole Hudgens
Government Affairs

The top priorities of leadership in Congress can be indicated by low bill numbers. In fact, the lower the bill number, the higher priority. So, what is the #1 priority of Democrats in Congress? Taking partisan control of America’s elections.

The Senate’s top priority is S1, the so-called “For the People Act,” (better known as “The Corrupt Politicians Act”). The House recently passed their version of this bill, HR 1, and the Senate recently had a hearing on S1. That means that a vote on the Senate floor could be imminent. Please take a minute today to urge your senators to vote NO on S1!

After all the questioning of recent election results – Democrats in 2016 and Republicans in 2020 – the importance of election accuracy and integrity should be paramount to all Americans.  Unfortunately, Democrats are dramatically undermining that principle with S1.

So just how bad is this 800-page bill? Here are the Top Four Dangers of S1:

  1. S1 Bans State Voter ID Laws
    S1 bans state voter ID laws and allows individuals to vote without an ID. You may need an ID to board any plane, drive a car, purchase a cell phone, buy alcohol, and pick up MLB tickets. But under S1, individuals can vote without an ID to verify their identity.
  2. S1 Encourages Voter Fraud
    S1 prevents officials from verifying voter eligibility and imposes a criminal offense on officials who reject a voter registration application – even if the official believes the individual is ineligible to vote.
  3. S1 Promotes Double Voting
    S1 promotes the sending of absentee ballots without verification and prevents election officials from removing ineligible voters from voter rolls. This allows dangerous double voting scenarios.
  4. S1 Creates a Partisan Federal Elections Commission
    The Federal Election Commission (FEC) is currently composed of six commissioners, no more than three of whom may be affiliated with the same political party. S1 reduces the number to five members to create a partisan commission – assigning significant power to the FEC Chair, who is appointed by the President.

The Left is undermining the integrity of our elections – and the ability of each citizen to engage in the political process of their own government – with this legislation.

But you can help protect the foundations of our nation by stopping this dangerous legislation! Click here to urge your senators to stand for election integrity by OPPOSING S1!


Nicole Hudgens
Government Affairs