Election Integrity with Dr. Laura Pressley

“If the legal precedent set by the Austin appeals court [in Doctor Presley’s case] is allowed to stand, it will remove the ability for voters and candidates to challenge questionable or bogus results – the very will of the People is on the line in this decision.”

~ Bev Harris & Jim Keller, The Case of Dr. Laura Pressley

Dr. Laura Pressley joins me on the Solari Report to discuss her lawsuit before the Texas Supreme Court regarding the conduct of the 2014 election that she lost for the Austin City Council.

Pressley has formidable credentials, from engineering to business management to contributions to her community. She is an articulate champion for this complex, critical topic, providing a wealth of online documentation regarding her litigation at PressleyforAustin.com

Why does Congress regularly vote for policies and budgets contradictory to the “will of the people?” One reason may be that elections are compromised. As digital systems have been introduced into the voting process, symptoms of “black box” voting have grown. This failure of democracy is at the heart of the corruption draining our time, our health, and our pocketbooks.

This year, Americans will vote to elect 435 congressman, 35 senators, 39 state and territory governors, legislators for 87 of the 99 state legislative chambers holding regularly scheduled elections, and scores of mayors and local positions. It matters greatly that the 2018 elections be managed with integrity.

Dr. Pressley discusses what you can do to make sure the elections in your voting district have the integrity we deserve.

In Let’s Go to the Movies , I recommend you take a look at Fraction Magic on election tampering from Bev Harris of Black Box Voting.

In Money & Markets I will cover the latest geopolitical and financial market news – as well as the efforts to purge and hack independent media and the growing attention to The State of Our Pension Funds since it went public. I will also review our recommendations in Best Books for 2018. Make sure to e-mail your questions for Ask Catherine.

Talk to you on Thursday!