LAA Urges Limestone County, TX District Attorney to Indict Decade-Long Double Voter

Washington, D.C. – Look Ahead America (LAA) urges that the Limestone County, Texas Sheriff’s Office and District Attorney’s Office move to indict and arrest a man for double voting from 2014 to 2022 in Texas and New Mexico.

Both the affected states were members of the Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC) in 2020-2022; New Mexico joined ERIC in July 2016 and remains, while Texas enrolled in ERIC in March 2020 until its recent departure in October 2023.

Ian Camacho, Director of Research, remarked:

When I submitted this case based on data up through 2020 to the clerks and to the secretaries of state, there was still time to indict. Unfortunately, due to caseloads and priorities, the statute of limitations had run out.

Naturally, this voter did it again in 2022 – I mean, why not if nobody is going to hold you accountable, right? Fortunately, now they have time to go after this guy; I’ve sent in the all evidence, filed the notarized affidavit, plus they have all the internal records in both states going back a decade, and I’m even willing to testify in person if needed.

ERIC failed to catch an obvious case of double voting with its member states, showing that Texas was right to leave a system that wasted over two million dollars of taxpayer funds.

We also flagged hundreds more similar double voting cases in Texas alone, but the Secretary of State has refused to cooperate, instead letting the statute of limitations run out. Such inaction emboldens criminals to repeat as we witnessed with the 2022 vote because everyone knows that nothing will happen.

Well, the ball is in your court now, Limestone. Let’s get this done before November 2025.

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LAA’s Matt Braynard Responds to Dismissal of Appeal

Washington, D.C. – In response to Look Ahead America (LAA) withdrawing its appeal of Virginia AG Jason Miyares’ cease and desist order, LAA Executive Director Matt Braynard made the following statement:

We’re disappointed that we cannot afford to challenge a deranged attorney general with no respect for the First Amendment because we’re a small nonprofit and he has an unlimited budget.

I’m also disappointed that civil rights organizations that typically stand up for the First Amendment didn’t help us because we are a perceived as a conservative organization and that right-leaning advocates didn’t help us because the attorney general has an “R” next to his name.

Nonetheless, we were successful in turning out to vote 50% of our targets by both helping them return their ballots and by being honest about the consequences of not voting. We look forward to returning with these same tactics in 2024 even if the AG again threatens to put me in prison for telling the truth to voters.

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LAA’s Matt Braynard Criticizes US Capitol Police for Lacking Transparency Surrounding J6 in its “Public Availability of Records”

Washington, D.C. – The US Capitol Police (USCP) recently released a “Public Availability of Records: Request for Information” document, effective yesterday January 1, 2024.

It specifically excludes the release of information surrounding January 6, 2021 in a footnote on the final page which reads “At this time, given the continuing prosecutions, all information related to the events of January 6, 2021 are Exempt from Disclosure through this process.”

Look Ahead America (LAA)’s Executive Director Matt Braynard made the following statement:

The US Capitol Police continues to put itself above the law and above the common American standards of transparency. They are not only exempt from FOIA requests, but their latest attempt to feign accountability isn’t fooling anyone.

It’s time for Congress to pass legislation forcing the US Capitol Police to be fully subject to the same FOIA standards as municipal police and the other branches of the Federal Government.

I also encourage all patriots to join me outside the Department of Justice this Saturday, January 6th at noon, to make your voices heard and to show that we have not forgotten those who have been rounded up and abused by our government for their political beliefs.

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Rasmussen Reports/Heartland Institute Poll Supports LAA’s Research Reports

Washington, D.C. – Yesterday, The Heartland Institute and Rasmussen Reports released their poll results which found that 17% of mail-in voters admitted to voting “in a state where you were no longer a permanent resident” during the 2020 presidential election.

Look Ahead America (LAA) previously released reports on Georgia, Wisconsin, and Arizona which mentioned the National Change of Address (NCOA) and Out of State Subsequent Registrations (OOSSR) as a means to detect ineligible and illegal voters.

LAA’s Georgia Report shows a figure of 17.1% of Georgia voters cast OOSSR ballots, an almost perfect match with the poll’s results. Its work has since led the State Board of Elections (SBOE) to refer a voter to the GA attorney general for prosecution, while other cases are pending review.

LAA’s Wisconsin Report also showed 20.4% of Wisconsin voters did so illegally under OOSSR, and WEC referred six voters from the report to district attorneys for prosecution.

Ian Camacho, Director of Research, commented:

This poll validates all the research we did since 2021, as do official prosecution referrals and over 280 cases under investigation. Those reporters, government officials, and think tanks that previously “debunked” our work will spin this naturally but data does not lie. Thank you volunteers who were ahead of the curve and pollsters for validating our finds!

The Georgia Report:

LAA’s Georgia case referred by the SBOE:

The Wisconsin Report:

WEC Referral Press Release:

The Arizona Report:

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LAA More Than Doubles Its Open Voter Fraud Cases from 134 to 281

Washington, D.C. – Look Ahead America (LAA) more than doubled its opened voter fraud cases to 281 in eight states, up from 134 cases opened in six states in May 2023. This tally includes eight cases currently referred to District Attorneys and Attorney Generals for prosecution.

Ian Camacho, Director of Research, made the following comment:

We thank the election boards and investigators that worked quickly to move eight of our cases forward for prosecution. LAA continues to lead the way with its evidence-based claims and data in reports as well as get actionable results from our findings; few other “election experts” have one conviction, one case referred to prosecution, or even cleaned voter rolls despite all their fundraising.

We ask that the other states which have our cases open to examine the evidence and data in a timely manner instead of running out the clock on the statute of limitations, or worse, dismissing these complaints without review. We appreciate our volunteers and supporters that continue to send us leads and tips for review.

View all ten pages of case numbers and details here:

LAA removed names of the accused until they are public record to avoid impacting the outcomes of the investigation or prosecution, however, the media may get additional details upon request.

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LAA Wisconsin Volunteers’ Complaints Net Six WEC Referrals for Prosecution

Washington, D.C. – The Wisconsin Election Commission (WEC) will refer six voters registered at P.O. Boxes to the Dane, Kenosha, Marinette, and Waukesha County District Attorneys for prosecution based on complaints from three Look Ahead America (LAA) Wisconsin volunteers.

LAA notified municipal clerks of thousands of potentially illegal voters after publishing The Wisconsin Report. Shortly after, Meagan Wolfe, WEC Administrator, issued the clerks warnings not to take advice nor answer questions from LAA, resulting in many remaining on the rolls. LAA then requested assistance from its Wisconsin volunteers in the affected counties to file formal complaints on these ineligible voters as required by state law. Nearly all complaints were immediately rejected with threats of $500 fines for filing “potentially frivolous claims.”

Notably, after the Wisconsin House of Representatives referred Wolfe for articles of impeachment last week, the board unanimously approved LAA-based complaints.

Ian Camacho, Director of Research, made the following comment:

Given WEC’s past hostility to LAA and our volunteers, and now Wolfe’s possible removal, it’s obvious WEC is trying to save face, however we’ll take the victory and vindication. We appreciate all our volunteers who helped with the Wisconsin Report and filed the complaints. We couldn’t do it without your persistence.

LAA will provide copies for the media upon request to avoid potentially affecting case outcomes.

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The Wisconsin Report appears here:

Clerks’ replies to LAA’s information appear here: , , and

WEC’s notification to clerks about LAA’s efforts appear here:

WEC’s replies to the volunteers appear here:

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LAA Congratulates Iowa Attorney General Brenna Bird

Washington, D.C. – Look Ahead America (LAA) congratulates Iowa Attorney General Brenna Bird for her recent announcement that her office will proactively prosecute election misconduct and fraud cases.

Ian Camacho, LAA’s Director of Research stated:

Too many states either have no dedicated or only limited dedicated resources for prosecuting illegal voting and election fraud. We applaud Attorney General Bird for making clear that she takes election fraud seriously and reassuring the citizens of Iowa that elections will not be tainted by illegal ballots on her watch. We look forward to working with their office and local county clerks in addressing and reviewing potential voter fraud cases which we have uncovered.

LAA volunteers recently removed 1450 illegal voters from the rolls in Iowa and Ohio:

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Look Ahead America Ohio and Iowa Volunteers Clean 1,450 Ineligible Voters from State Rolls

Washington, D.C. – Volunteers from Look Ahead America (LAA) cleaned 1,450 ineligible voters from Ohio and Iowa.

An Ohio LAA volunteer successfully challenged 60 deceased voters from the Franklin County voter rolls and 36 voters registered at a UPS location, resulting in the board of elections flagging it and other UPS locations to prevent future registrations. Ohio volunteers used LAA’s voter challenge program and submitted 228 National Change of Address voters registered to vote in other states, resulting in cancellation notices for those voters. Volunteers also submitted 68 duplicate voter ID numbers for removal. Meanwhile, one Iowa LAA volunteer successfully challenged and removed 1,126 voters in Johnson County.

Ian Camacho, LAA’s Director of Research, stated:

Look Ahead America continues to lead the way in empowering regular citizens to help clean up their voter rolls and prevent illegal ballots from being cast. With the support of our donors, we will continue to develop and expand this program.

LAA published its voter challenge wins in late 2022:

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Look Ahead America Wisconsin Updates

Washington, D.C. – Look Ahead America (LAA) has successfully filed cases involving P.O. Box registrations and double voters with the Wisconsin Election Commission (WEC), despite its warnings about LAA and The Voter Integrity Project. One Wisconsin LAA volunteer has also successfully challenged 365 ineligible voters in Barron County as well.

Matt Braynard, Executive Director of LAA, stated before his arrival in Wisconsin:

The recent impeachment of WEC administrator Meagan Wolfe was justified given that WEC had previously threatened LAA volunteers with $500 fines for reporting potential registration issues, outright dismissed several cases without further review, and informed its clerks that they did not have to respond to any of our questions. It still has not informed us about our cases we filed last year.

Fortunately, our volunteers have done the heavy legwork and grinding to get the evidence on the record and also successfully remove ineligible voters despite overwhelming pressure from WEC and the state government to stop them. We encourage all Wisconsinites to keep up the good fight, and we will do our best to help you.

LAA published its voter challenge wins in late 2022:

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