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What is an Apostille and When Do I Need One?

What is an Apostille and When Do I Need One?

Public documents, such as birth certificates, judgments, patents or notarial attestations ( A verification by the secretary of state) of a notary’s… 187 more words


Donald Trump accuses Republicans of vote rigging

Donald Trump has said repeatedly the 2016 Presidential Election is rigged, and by saying so he is accusing his own Republican party of vote rigging. How? 170 more words

Amid Trump’s Comments, Elections Officials Keeping Eye Out For Voter Intimidation

SACRAMENTO COUNTY (CBS13) – After accusing the election of being rigged, presidential candidate Donald Trump calls on voters to monitor the polling places.

The Secretary of State says no, it’s not legal, and has sent a document to all elections officials outlining how they can prevent voter intimidation. 332 more words


Kobach calls Trump's stance on election results 'reasonable'

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas’ top election official said Thursday that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump was justified in refusing to promise now that he’ll accept the election results, even as the state party chief and a GOP senator on the ballot urged candidates to do so. 469 more words


State Department tried to convince FBI during investigation to declassify emails

By Bonnie K. Goodman

The FBI released 100 more pages of the investigation into Democratic nominee and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private server and it shows the State Department may have tried to influence the FBI to declassify an email. 779 more words


Claims of a rigged election addressed

MASON CITY, Iowa – “This is a rigged election folks.”

Those words coming from Donald Trump have spurred many questions about the integrity of the election from media bias to corruption. 362 more words


Comey, Absolute Dismal Failure for FBI

Please take time to read this very informative bit of information.  Our country needs to know.  If HRC gets in, we are doomed! Take time to read this slowly so it will sink in. 1,086 more words