Many voters were not properly registered casting further doubt on the integrity of election day registrations

March 30, 2021 – Fight Voter Fraud, Inc. – Ongoing analysis of the November 3, 2020 election voter data has uncovered evidence that suggests that the surge of new voter registrations on election day may have overwhelmed polling precincts. Voter registration data for the election on November 3, 2020 indicates that 28% of the EDR voters where not fully registered when they voted on election day, raising more questions about how voters could have been fully vetted and verified before casting votes.

Press Release- Research Reveals Flaws in Connecticut EDR Program

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FVF Featured On Yankee Institute’s Podcast “Y CT Matters”

FVF Featured On Yankee Institute’s Podcast “Y CT Matters”

ameron Atkinson, a criminal defense and civil rights attorney, is leading the suit on behalf of Fight Voter Fraud, Inc., a Connecticut-based “non-profit, non-partisan” group created to “advocate on behalf of all disenfranchised voters, regardless of party affiliation.” He provides insight into the suit and the upcoming primary, as well as protecting the voting process.

PRESS RELEASE: Fresh Primary Election Offers Hope for the Future

In a stunning turn of events, the Bridgeport, Connecticut September primary results have been overturned, leading to the announcement of a new primary election. This decision comes in response to mounting concerns and allegations of potential election fraud involving...


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