A Bronx election site didn’t have Republican ballots for New York’s primary race for hours Tuesday morning as thousands headed to the polls to cast their vote for governor, The Post has learned.

One voter, Ed Gavin, 62, arrived at the polling site in Spuyten Duyvil around 8:15 a.m. to cast his vote for GOP gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino but after checking in with a poll worker, he was handed a Democrat ballot instead, he said.


Abraham Hamadeh is pulling no punches in his fight to win the Arizona GOP race for attorney general. He is challenging the status quo with his no-holds-barred campaign, which has earned the endorsement of President Donald Trump, who called Hamadeh a “fantastic candidate.”

According to President Trump, Hamadeh “knows what happened in the 2020 Election, and will enforce voting laws so that our Elections are free and fair again.”


A Texas woman named Rachel Rodriguez was arrested on 26 counts of election fraud, illegal voting, and unlawfully assisting people voting by mail, and unlawfully possessing an official ballot.

Each charge constitutes a felony under the Texas Election Code.

A Project Veritas video last fall exposed her as she engaged in vote harvesting leading up to the 2020 election.


The Maricopa County Republican Committee (MCRC) Executive Board unanimously approved a resolution last week to reject Arizona’s 2020 presidential election results, reporting that “substantial election fraud” unfairly skewed the results in favor of Joe Biden, according to the Arizona Sun Times.


The former Wisconsin Supreme Court justice hired to investigate President Joe Biden’s victory in the battleground state testified Thursday that he routinely deleted records, and deactivated a personal email account, even after receiving open records requests.


The US. Supreme Court has ruled 8-1 that leaders of North Carolina’s Republican legislature can step in to advocate for a voter ID law in court that they believe the state’s Democratic attorney general isn’t fighting hard enough to defend.

Liberal Justice Sonia Sotomayor was the only one to dissent in the case, which has been closely watched given November’s crucial midterm elections are just months away.

The Supreme Court ruled 8 to 1 today that Republican legislators can intervene and defend a North Carolina voter ID law that they claimed the Democrat NC Attorney General wasn't adequately fighting for.

SCOTUS Blog tweeted that the ruling came down on June 23 and wrote, "The NAACP is challenging the law, and the NC attorney general (a Democrat) is defending it. GOP legislators want to intervene anyway. SCOTUS says they can."

President Biden really does not want the public to know about his federal takeover of election administration. Dozens of members of Congress have repeatedly asked for details, to no avail. Good government groups, members of the media, and private citizens have filed requests under the Freedom of Information Act. Not a single one has been responded to. All signs indicate a concerted effort to keep the public in the dark until at least after the November midterm elections.