Look Ahead America’s Progress: 35 Georgia Counties Remove Illegal Registrants, A Dozen Pending Investigations by SOS

Washington, D.C. – Look Ahead America (LAA) continues to successfully clean state voter rolls. Email confirmations from clerks in 35 Georgia counties show that they removed and corrected ineligible, and in some cases illegal, voters from the list.

Currently the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office has at least a dozen pending investigations open with materials to be presented to the Georgia State Board of Elections for review and recommendation to the Attorney General’s office or appropriate District Attorneys.

It is also possible that other counties removed voters and not notified LAA about these changes.

Ian Camacho, LAA’s Director of Research stated:

We are thrilled to see that our efforts in cleaning up the voter rolls and challenging ineligible voters has led to tangible results. We are also excited to see that some cases have been bumped up to formal investigations. We hope that if these lead to arrests and indictments then these will discourage people from committing voter fraud and also help to restore confidence in elections that have been so badly damaged these last few years.

LAA has published some of its voter challenge wins in late 2022, read an example here: https://lookaheadamerica.org/gavoterwins/.

To support LAA, visit https://LookAheadAmerica.org/donate.

To volunteer with LAA, visit https://LookAheadAmerica.org/volunteer.


Look Ahead America Finds That Yuma County DA Ignored 16 Voter Fraud Cases

Washington, D.C. – Look Ahead America (LAA) has received all 16 cases that the Yuma County Sheriff’s Office May 2022 press release about voter fraud in the 2020 General Election mentioned.

All 16 cases were dismissed by the Yuma District Attorney, despite in some cases the suspects essentially admitting that they had committed voter fraud.

Ian Camacho, Director of Research, made a formal statement:

We will forward this information to the other states involved (Oregon, Washington, Wisconsin, and Rhode Island) as their statute of limitations haven’t yet expired. Sadly, Colorado had many cases but gives only 18 months to prosecute as they don’t take this seriously.

Everyone who cares about honesty, transparency, fairness, justice, and election integrity should be concerned when prosecutors refuse to do their jobs despite overwhelming evidence. Even for the handful of cases rightfully dismissed, the voter appeared to be the victim of voter fraud, and nothing was done about it in further investigations. We should also be concerned when the media either exaggerates or downplays actual cases as this distorts the actual facts and gravity of the situation.

We will strive to provide all the receipts and be as transparent at LAA in order to bring more attention to an issue that the media and lawmakers seem to downplay and ignore despite concern from Americans from both sides of the aisle.

The press release from the Sheriff’s office appears at https://www.yumacountysheriff.org/pr-2022/PR-2022-30-Yuma-County-Voting-Fraud.pdf

The report and press release of LAA’s double voter case submitted to Yuma County appears at https://LookAheadAmerica.org/Yuma.

All 16 cases and the email from the Yuma Sheriff’s Office appears at https://LookAheadAmerica.org/Yuma16/


To download this press release, click here: LAA_PR_Yuma16Cases.

Look Ahead America Announces $1000 Reward for Asking Presidential Candidates the J6 Question

Washington, D.C. – Look Ahead America (LAA) today announced a reward of $1000 to volunteers who submit video of themselves asking the designated presidential candidates the J6 Question.

The J6 Question is:

I’m a volunteer for Look Ahead America and I want to know what you’re going to do for the January 6th political prisoners, especially those who have not been charged with violent acts?

LAA Executive Director Matt Braynard made the following statement:

Thanks to the help of our volunteers, we will publicize and share these answers so that voters can make an informed decision about where these candidates for the highest office in the land stand on the most important civil rights issue of our day.

Learn more about the J6 Question and submit video responses at https://LookAheadAmerica.org/J6Question.

To support LAA, visit https://LookAheadAmerica.org/donate.


To download the press release, click here: LAA_PR_J6QuestionPresidential

(photo credit attributed to Gage Skidmore)

Look Ahead America Advances Election Integrity Legislation in North Carolina

Washington, D.C. – Look Ahead America (LAA) Community Organizer Erin LeCroy has led efforts to educate North Carolina legislators on Senate Bill 747 which passed the State Senate on Monday. The legislation vastly improves election integrity in North Carolina and advances many of LAA’s election integrity objectives.

Matt Braynard, Executive Director of Look Ahead America, said:

This is one of the best single bills in the country to help ensure elections are clean and fair and we encourage North Carolina to pass it into law poste-haste.

From requiring greater mail-in ballot security to voter list hygiene to outlawing Zuckerbucks to opening the door to serious prosecution of voter fraud, this legislation accomplishes a lot.

And we’re also proud of the role our organization played in advancing the legislation under the local leadership of Erin LeCroy. She has demonstrated the real power of community organizing.

To read the report, visit https://LookAheadAmerica.org/NC747.

LAA’s six election integrity public policy objectives: https://LookAheadAmerica.org/integrity/.

To support LAA, visit https://LookAheadAmerica.org/donate.


For download a PDF of this press release, please click here: LAA_PR_NC747

LAA Releases Updated May 2023 Legislative Report Card

Washington, D.C. – Today Look Ahead America (LAA) released a follow up to its 2023 legislative report card. The report evaluates state bills that reflect six election integrity objectives.

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

We are glad to see more states stepping up to introduce election integrity bills since our report in February. While conservative states lead the way there are a handful of liberal ones that have started getting involved and introducing some decent bills as well.

As state legislatures wrap up their sessions, we cannot overstate the importance of introducing and passing election integrity bills in time for the 2024 Primaries and General Election in the next session. If you don’t see your state on here or are unimpressed with your state, please contact us to help get you in touch with your legislators on these items.

To read the full report, visit https://lookaheadamerica.org/May2023Report.

To learn more about Look Ahead America’s six election integrity objectives, visit https://LookAheadAmerica.org/integrity.

Support Look Ahead America at https://LookAheadAmerica.org/Donate.


Download this press release here: LAA_PR_052023_Report_Card

Look Ahead America: Yuma County Prosecutor Ignores Clear Evidence of Illegal Voting

Washington, D.C. – Look Ahead America Executive Director Matt Braynard made the following statement:

As a result of Look Ahead America’s election integrity research, Wisconsin Election Officials, the Yuma County Recorder Office, and the Yuma County Sheriff’s Department all agree that a crime has been committed involving a voter casting ballots in two different states in the 2020 General Election.

Despite this universal conclusion that a Class 5 Felony had been committed, the Yuma County Attorney’s office claims that there is still “insufficient evidence” to pursue the case. We encourage the people of Arizona to encourage the County Attorney to re-examine this evidence.

The most common form of voter fraud is caused by individuals casting ballots they are not entitled to cast. This disenfranchises legal voters. When prosecutors ignore violations of election law, it sends the message that voter fraud is acceptable and encourages it.

A summary of the supporting documents can be found here: https://LookAheadAmerica.org/AZDVSummary.

The Yuma County Sheriff’s Office issued a press release in May 2022, which mentioned 16 open investigations into voting fraud, including double voting. LAA’s find was one of these 16: https://www.yumacountysheriff.org/pr-2022/PR-2022-30-Yuma-County-Voting-Fraud.pdf.

The Arizona Report, which showed that LAA notified the Yuma County Clerk in November 2021 before even ERIC notified Yuma County: https://LookAheadAmerica.org/azreport/.

The full investigatory report and Yuma Sherriff’s Office emails confirming that this case was one of the 16 in the 2021 press release can be found here: https://LookAheadAmerica.org/AZDV.


To download this press release, click here: LAA_PR_AZ_DV.

Look Ahead America Officially Has 132 Election Fraud Cases Open, 111 in Texas

Washington, D.C. – Look Ahead America (LAA) has officially opened 132 election fraud cases open in several states, including a whopping 111 alone in Texas. The other states are Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina, Virginia, and Wisconsin.

LAA is publishing a list of cases officially opened, successfully closed cases such as in Tennessee with Emily Jessop Bowers, and a handful of cases not pursued but still prosecutable under the statute of limitations. All will remain redacted until the cases are complete or publicly released.

Ian Camacho, Director of Research, made a formal statement:

We are grateful that the states of Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina, Texas, Virginia, and Wisconsin have kept us in the loop in regards to the progress and investigations in all of our election fraud submissions.

We hope to see most if not all of these cases come to a successful conclusion in which not only justice is served, but also faith and trust in our state government and elections gets rebuilt and restored.

The list of redacted cases can be found at https://LookAheadAmerica.org/OpenCases.


A PDF of this press release can be dowloaded here: LAA_PR_OpenCases.

Look Ahead America Praises GA for Banning Zuckerbucks, AR for Election Integrity Unit

Washington, D.C. – Look Ahead America (LAA) issued a celebratory statement regarding Georgia passing SB 222 last week. The law closes the so-called “Zuckerbucks” loophole previously allowed under SB 202.

LAA also praised Arkansas for its Election Integrity Unit within the Attorney General’s office for passing into law. The EIU now has legal authority to prosecute election fraud cases.

Ian Camacho, Director of Research, stated:

Both Arkansas and Georgia have done an excellent job in tightening up election integrity and to ensure that elections have a fairer outcome.

Keeping private, partisan donations out of state races will ensure that resources are fairly and evenly distributed. This will ensure that everyone in Georgia, regardless of county or political leaning, will have equal access to voting materials and opportunities.

Arkansas’ legally codified EIU in the AG’s office wisely avoids the mistakes of its predecessors in both Texas and Arizona. With the full authority to investigate and prosecute election fraud, it not only expedites the process, but more importantly it restores voter confidence and faith in the electoral process for those who have lost faith.

LAA’s six election integrity public policy objectives: https://lookaheadamerica.org/integrity/.

LAA’s 2023 Report Card from February 2023: https://lookaheadamerica.org/2023ReportCard/.

To support LAA, visit https://lookaheadamerica.org/donate.


For a PDF of this press release, download it here: LAA_PR_GA_AR

Look Ahead America Finds Huge Discrepancies in Pennsylvania’s Official Election Records

Washington, D.C. – After comparing data on the state of Pennsylvania official website for election results against the official county election results, Look Ahead America (LAA) found a number of glaring discrepancies in these records. In several state races these surpassed the margins of victory and margins of recounts.

Ian Camacho, Director of Research, made a formal statement:

We have reached out to the State Open Data Officer twice for an explanation, and have not heard anything back. Why has the Department of State had these records for years and yet its officers don’t know (or won’t explain) a single one of these discrepancies?

Our goal was not to overturn any prior elections, but rather to investigate and understand the data to provide clarity and increased transparency for the general public. We did not expect the state’s official data to conflict with county sources, especially when considering that the state gets its material from the counties. This raises serious questions about the integrity and accuracy of PA election records. Worse, it raises questions about state and local races where the differences in the records surpassed the margin of victory or recount.

We hope that the counties and state seriously consider our three recommendations to improve data transparency in the report.

The 17-page report can be found at https://LookAheadAmerica.org/PADataConflicts/


A downloadable PDF of this press release can be obtained at this link: LAA_PR_PA_County_V_State_Data_Final.