Ukraine Election Success
Yesterday Ukraine successfully held their most democratic elections in the history of their young independence. Observers from around the globe dispersed throughout the country and reported overall success in the election of 450 new members to Ukraine’s parliament. In the weeks leading up to the election, the recent change to election law and past issues of corruption were the topics of many debates. Coverage by | Read More »
Texas Attorney General warns OSCE on Election Observations
Left-wing groups have gone to international organizations in the run up to this election, seeking to apply global governance to the United States. The results of this is that the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE, not the UN as is often reported) has announced it will send election observers, with the implication that Voter ID laws are a problem.
Now, the reason they’re only investigating Republican-run areas is that Republicans would never run to the OSCE or anyone else to interfere with American elections. But that said, we must not let the OSCE observers think they are above the law. The OSCE is a voluntary organization and it has no binding authority over anyone, which is why Texas Attorney General Grag Abbott has warned the OSCE that Texas laws will apply, including bars on unlawful entry of polling places.
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