Voter Fraud


If you have witnessed voter fraud, please fill out the online VOTER FRAUD ISSUE REPORT FORM. <CLICK HERE>

Liberty Counsel seeks to investigate the truth wherever it leads so that we can eradicate any fraud and restore faith in our election process.

The election is not “final” like the NY Times wants you to believe! There are more than 11,000 incident reports dealing with countless numbers of ballots—while additional concerning reports are still rolling in. Any one of these reports could be what leads to exposing fraud that changes the outcome of this election, but we won’t know until each one is fully investigated.

Read the handful of SWORN AFFIDAVITS below that we have received or helped create, but keep in mind there are more than 500 affidavits overall and the number keeps increasing.

Encourage President Trump to investigate, and if possible prosecute, any fraud so that our nation can have a restored trust in the integrity of our election process.

Click here to sign our URGENT letter to President Trump NOW!



These are sworn affidavits which means they have under oath sworn to tell the truth under penalty of perjury.

The Constitutional Process and Timeline

Here’s a timeline for what will happen in this contested election:

December 14, 2020 - The nation’s electors (Electoral College) cast their ballots for president. No matter the outcome, the new U.S. House counts the electoral votes.

January 6, 2021 - If no candidate received a majority of the electoral votes, the NEWLY ELECTED Congress goes into action. The members of Congress from each state meet as a delegation, and each state casts one vote. NOTE: there are more Republican-led states than Democrat.

The House of Representatives chooses the president, and the Senate chooses the vice president from the candidates presented by the electoral college.

January 21, 2021 - The president is sworn into office.

Not only has America been in this situation before, so has Liberty Counsel…and we’re intensely fighting for election integrity once again.

  • In PA, from the state’s own website, 1,601 people between the ages of 100 to 202 years old requested mail-in ballots, nearly all of which were returned in time for the November 3 vote.
  • In Philadelphia, election officials refused to obey a court order to allow authorized observers from the GOP to observe the vote count.
  • In Wayne County, Michigan, over 500 people have signed sworn affidavits under penalty of perjury attesting to election fraud they personally witnessed in just this one Michigan county.

EXPLANATED: Dueling Electors and the Upcoming Joint Session of Congress

Brief History of Contested Elections

The first contested presidential election was in 1800. A vicious political fight resulted in a contested election between Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr, who ran together. Congress had to step in, as was their duty under Article II of the Constitution. It took 36 votes in Congress to finally decide the election and Jefferson became the next president.

To avoid such a stalemate in the future, the Twelfth Amendment to the Constitution was ratified in 1804.

That Amendment has been tested in the presidential elections of 1825 and 1877. In 1825, the House chose John Quincy Adams over Andrew Jackson, and in January 1877, Congress resolved the disputed election by appointing a bipartisan commission and Rutherford B. Hayes became president.

Remember, when the House counts the electoral votes, if no candidate receives a majority, then in January 2021 each state delegation gets one vote. Currently, there are more Republican-led states than Democrat.

Although the Twelfth Amendment did not come into play in 2000, we’ve been down this road before. That year, George W. Bush beat Al Gore by a mere 537 votes in Florida. The 2020 election is far from over!


Verify your voter information!


Mail in ballots: Pennsylvania


Fraudulent Use Of Absentee Ballots

Requesting absentee ballots and voting without the knowledge of the actual voter; or obtaining the absentee ballot from a voter and either filling it in directly and forging the voter’s signature or illegally telling the voter who to vote for.

Ineligible Voting

Illegal registration and voting by individuals who are not U.S. citizens, are convicted felons, or are otherwise not eligible to vote.

Impersonation Fraud At The Polls

Voting in the name of other legitimate voters and voters who have died, moved away, or lost their right to vote because they are felons, but remain registered.

Buying Votes

Paying voters to cast either an in-person or absentee ballot for a particular candidate.

Ballot Petition Fraud

Forging the signatures of registered voters on the ballot petitions that must be filed with election officials in some states for a candidate or issue to be listed on the official ballot

Duplicate Voting

Registering in multiple locations and voting in the same election in more than one jurisdiction or state.

False Registrations

Voting under fraudulent voter registrations that either use a phony name and a real or fake address or claim residence in a particular jurisdiction where the registered voter does not actually live and is not entitled to vote.

Altering The Vote Count

Changing the actual vote count either in a precinct or at the central location where votes are counted.

Illegal "Assistance" At The Polls

Forcing or intimidating voters—particularly the elderly, disabled, illiterate, and those for whom English is a second language—to vote for particular candidates while supposedly providing them with “assistance.”


Criminal Conviction

Any case that results in a defendant entering a plea of guilty or no contest, or being found guilty in court of election-related offenses.

Judicial Finding

A finding by a court of law that fraud occurred in an election, including judicial orders overturning election results or ordering a new election due to fraud.

Civil Penalty

Any civil case resulting in fines or other penalties imposed for a violation of election laws.

Official Finding

A finding by a government body that fraud occurred in an election, including orders overturning election results or ordering a new election due to fraud.

Diversion Program

Any criminal case in which a judge directs a defendant into a pre-trial diversion program, or stays or defers adjudication with the understanding that the conviction will be cleared upon completion of the program.



Below is  a list of the election hotline numbers for each state. If you see any suspicious activity, have issues with your voting machine, or have questions about voter fraud and intimidation, please call the number for your state below.

Election Hotline Phone Numbers:
Statewide #: 1-800-274-8683
Montgomery area: 334-242-7200

Election Hotline Phone Numbers:
Phone: (907) 465-4611 
Toll-Free: (866) 952-8683

Election Hotline Phone Number: 602-542-8683

Election Hotline Phone Number: 501-682-1010

Election Hotline Phone Number:
Phone: (916) 657-2166
Toll-Free: (800) 345-VOTE (8683)
Spanish: 800-232-8682

Election Hotline Phone Number: (303) 894-2200

Election Hotline Phone Number:
Phone: 860-509-6100
Toll-Free: 1-800-540-3764

Election Hotline Phone Number: (302) 739-4277

Election Hotline Phone Number (866) 308-6739

Election Hotline Phone Number: (404) 656-2871

Election Hotline Phone Number: (808) 453-VOTE (8683)
Neighbor Isle Toll-Free: (800) 442-VOTE (8683)

Election Hotline Phone Number: (208) 334-2852

Election Hotline Phone Number:
Springfield Office: (217) 782-4141
Chicago Office: (312) 814-6440

Election Hotline Phone Number:
Toll-Free: (888) SOS-VOTE (767-8683)

Election Hotline Phone Number:
Toll-Free: (888) SOS-VOTE (767-8683)

Election Hotline Phone Number:
Stop Voter Fraud hotline at (800) 262-8683

Election Hotline Phone Number: 800-246-1399
Kentucky State Board of Elections
Telephone number: (502) 573-7100

Election Hotline Phone Number: (225) 922-0900

Election Hotline Phone Number: (207) 626-8400

Election Hotline Phone Number:
Phone: (410) 269-2840
Toll-Free: (800) 222-8683

Election Hotline Phone Number:
Telephone number: (617) 727-7030
Toll-Free number: (800) 392-6090

Election Hotline Phone Number: (888) 767-6424

Election Hotline Phone Number:
Phone: (651) 215-1440
Toll-Free: (877) 600-VOTE (8683)

Election Hotline Phone Number:
Elections Hotline: 800-829-6786
Elections Call Center: 601-576-2550

Election Hotline Phone Number:
Telephone number: (573) 751-2301
Toll-Free number: (800) NOW-VOTE (669-8683)

Election Hotline Phone Number:
Telephone number: (406) 444-2034
Toll-Free Voter Hotline: (888) 884-VOTE (8683)

Election Hotline Phone Number:

(402) 471-2555

Election Hotline Phone Number: (775) 684-5708

New Hampshire
Election Hotline Phone Number: (603) 271-3242 
Toll-Free Hotline: (800) 735-2964

New Jersey
Election Hotline Phone Number: 
(877) 658-6837
(609) 292-3760

New Mexico
Election Hotline Phone Number:

Phone: (505) 827-3600
Toll-Free number: (800) 477-3632

New York
Election Hotline Phone Number:

Telephone number: (518) 473-5086 
Toll-Free number: (800) 367-8683

North Carolina
Election Hotline Phone Number:
Telephone number: (919) 814-0700
Toll-Free number: (866) 522-4723

North Dakota
Election Hotline Phone Number:
Telephone number: (701)328-2900
Toll-Free number: (800) 352-0867

Election Hotline Phone Number:
Elections Division: (614) 466-2655
Voting Rights Institute: (877) 767-6446

Election Hotline Phone Number: (405) 521-2391

Election Hotline Phone Number:
Telephone number: (503) 986-1518
Toll-Free number: 866-673-VOTE (1-866-673-8683)

Election Hotline Phone Number:
(877) 868-3772
(717) 787-5280

Rhode Island
Election Hotline Phone Number: (401) 222-2345

South Carolina
Election Hotline Phone Number:
(803) 734-9060

South Dakota
Election Hotline Phone Number:
(605) 773-3537

Election Hotline Phone Number:
Telephone number: (615) 741-2819
Toll-Free number: (877) 850-4959

Election Hotline Phone Number:
Telephone number: (512) 463-5650
Toll-Free number: (800) 252-VOTE (8683)

Election Hotline Phone Number:
Telephone number: (801) 538-1041

Election Hotline Phone Number:
Outside VT telephone number: (802) 828-2363
In-state telephone number: (800) 439-8683

Election Hotline Phone Number:
Telephone number: (804) 864-8901
Toll-Free number: (800) 552-9745

Election Hotline Phone Number:
Toll-Free number: (800) 448-4881

West Virginia
Election Hotline Phone Number:
Telephone number: (304) 558-6000
Toll-Free number: (866) SOS-VOTE (767-8683)

Election Hotline Phone Number:
Telephone number: (608) 267-0500
Toll-Free: 866-868-3947 (866-VOTE-WIS)

Election Hotline Phone Number:
Telephone number: (307) 777-5860

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