About Us

About Fight Voter Fraud

Fight Voter Fraud Inc. was founded by Linda Szynkowicz.

As a private citizen, Linda has observed many instances of potential voter fraud and, before the 2018 election, reached out to the authorities, the state attorney, the SEEC (State Election Enforcement Committee), and even federal offices. All agencies claimed a lack of resources to investigate fraud, and nothing was done.

Fight Voter Fraud logo

It was decided that someone needed to do something about the broken voter system in our country, and because of her personal experiences, Linda’s choice was clear. She created an organization that will speak up for all the disenfranchised voters. After many months of putting together the process of how to combat the issues, the nonpartisan nonprofit 501 (c) 4, Fight Voter Fraud Inc., was established, a research and investigative body that would compile public information and be able to prove violations of the 1993 “Motor Voter Law” (NVRA). This federal law mandates that states constantly scrub and maintain their voter rolls, a mandate that is clearly being ignored in many states, such as Connecticut.

The requirements for DMV to be able to register voters, in essence, said the list needs to be accurate – All deceased people need to be removed from the list, and voters that moved out of town and/or state needed to be off the voter registration lists, plus make sure that only US Citizens were registered to vote. We have assembled a “Silent Army” of volunteer and professional investigators who follow leads and the data to verify fraud where it rears its ugly head. We will not rest until we ensure “One Vote for One Legal Voter.™” 

Latest News

View All News

Nearly Five Years Later, Four Charged with “Election Fraud” in Bridgeport

Nearly Five Years Later, Four Charged with “Election Fraud” in Bridgeport

“A step towards justice has finally taken place today with the arrest of ‘Wanda the Ballot Stuffer.’ We are thrilled to see the justice system work to uphold the integrity of our elections. As we await the decision in our recent case before the Connecticut Supreme Court, we remain committed to ensuring ‘One Vote for One Legal Voter.'” – Linda Szynkowicz


Update On The Connecticut Supreme Court Case

Update On The Connecticut Supreme Court Case

  From Matt Caron's Report: HARTFORD, Conn. — In the face of alleged government inaction in the wake of the Bridgeport ballot scandal, an election integrity group had their case heard before the state’s highest court. On Wednesday, the justices of the Connecticut...

Share This