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2020 Ballot Deliveries Update

You may remember this odd story from the 2020 election about a postal service driver who claimed he had driven completed ballots across state lines but the trailer and ballots disappeared. We at You Count Indiana believe that concerns about the 2020 election have not been resolved, so we are always interested to learn more details about the various unusual instances related to that election. 

“We Had Witnesses” – UPDATE: Amistad Attorney Phill Kline Reacts to the USPS Investigation on Oct. 2020 Ballot Deliveries Vindicating Driver Jesse Morgan

By Jim Hoft • June 5, 2023 • The Gateway Pundit • Subscribe here.

Earlier on Monday The Gateway Pundit reported on the United States Postal Service report on contract driver Jesse Morgan and his claims that he hauled ballots from New York to Pennsylvania in late October 2020 before the presidential election.

As The Gateway Pundit reported in 2020, election fraud whistleblowers came forward in December following the controversial election, including one who witnessed the shipping of an estimated 144,000-288,000 completed ballots across three state lines on October 21.

The new information was made public at a press conference by the Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society, a national constitutional litigation organization.

The Amistad Project said that they have sworn declarations that state over 300,000 ballots are at issue in Arizona, 548,000 in Michigan, 204,000 in Georgia, and over 121,000 in Pennsylvania.

Read more here.

2020 Ballot Deliveries Update - Elections 2020

2020 Ballot Deliveries Update – Elections 2020


IFA’s Model for Paper Ballots Hand Counted

IFA's Model for Paper Ballots Hand Counted - Indiana First Action

IFA’s Model for Paper Ballots Hand Counted – Indiana First Action

IFA is pleased to announce our HUGE project for the spring of 2023…..IFA’s Model for Paper Ballots Hand Counted.

• In this video, learn why it’s necessary to hand count ballots vs electronic voting machines.

• Hear the narratives that elected officials use as arguments against hand-counting ballots.

• The data and this plan demonstrate that hand counting works, is more reliable, and can be accomplished in a few hours.

• Learn how to get involved in IFA at your local level, and share this process with your clerk and election boards and legislators. Local action has local impact!!

We’d like to extend a special Thank You to Linda Rantz, Missouri Cause for America-Missouri. She and her team have worked tirelessly to analyze, practice, and perfect the processes of hand counting paper ballots. It can be done! She is a fearless warrior in the election integrity fight, and we here at Indiana First Action/Cause of America-Indiana are proud to call her friend.

To see Missouri’s comprehensive model and resources, click here.

Here are the downloads that are discussed in the video:
1) The Model itself.

2) Ballot Count by Precinct for every Indiana county: Indiana-First-Action-Ballot-Counts-By-County_Rev1

3) Sample letter as a Call to Action.

ENJOY and pass this along to everyone you know. This CAN be done.


Marie, Director
Indiana First Action
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New Indiana Voting Law

It is good to see the Indiana will now be checking the identity of those who request an absentee ballot.

New Indiana law adds identity requirements for mail-in voting

(The Center Square) – A new Indiana law will bring absentee voting requirements in line with the standards for in-person voting.

Under House Bill 1334, Hoosiers wanting to vote by mail must include proof of identification when they request a ballot. According to a release from the bill’s author, state Rep. Tim Wesco, R-Osceola, an applicant can submit the last four digits of the Social Security number and another number, such as their driver’s license or state-issued identification card. Voters can also submit a scan of their license or ID card.

Previously, Hoosiers only needed to sign absentee ballots, with county elections officials checking those signatures with ones on file to determine if they matched.

Read more here.

New Indiana Voting Law - Voter

New Indiana Voting Law – Voter


Donation Harvesting in Indiana

There was a report of donation harvesters in other states, but now this video shows it happened in Indiana. Read more below and be sure to watch the video near the end.


MAJOR FRAUD EXPOSED: Democrats Caught Committing Massive Finance Crimes and Donations Harvesting in Indiana – Exclusive Video

Investigative journalist James O’Keefe III broke his first major investigation in March since the launch of O’Keefe Media Group.

The legendary journalist released video from his investigation of the Democrat’s VAST NETWORK of donation harvesters.
The investigation involved:


This was another explosive revelation by James O’Keefe.

Read more here and watch the video at the end.

Donation Harvesting in Indiana - Elections

Donation Harvesting in Indiana – Businessman hand putting voting paper in the ballot box, Voting concept, VECTOR, EPS10

Foreigners on US Voter Rolls

Indianapolis election integrity group, Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF), says foreigners are on voter rolls due to Bill Clinton’s Motor Voter from 1993. It is a nationwide problem. Watch the PILF video to learn about it.

PILF President, J. Christian Adams: Motor Voter opened up the floodgates to foreigners getting on voter rolls

Watch the video and click on link for the full report.

PILF President, J. Christian Adams: Motor Voter opened up the floodgates to foreigners getting on voter rolls from Public Interest Legal on Vimeo.

Foreigners on US Voter Rolls - Voter Stickers

Foreigners on US Voter Rolls – Voter Stickers


Validating Fraud in Elections

When states rely on post-election audits, they must make certain they are not recounting fraudulent ballots.

Post-election audits can ‘validate fraud instead of catch it,’ watchdog warns

Red states are turning to audits, hand counts to restore public confidence in elections, but such methods cannot determine the effect of Zuckerbucks on an election, says Amistad Project’s Phill Kline.

Natalia Mittelstadt • April 26, 2023 • Just the News (Subscribe here)

As red states pass laws to mandate and strengthen post-election hand counts and audits in an effort to restore public faith in election integrity, a watchdog is warning that such measures could “validate fraud instead of catch it” if underlying issues are ignored.

Amid suspicions of irregularities during the 2020 presidential election, some counties and states turned to hand-counting ballots and audits to help determine if there was election fraud. High-visibility audits of that election included those conducted in Fulton County, Ga., and Maricopa County, Ariz. Those audits uncovered significant issues with ballots but reaffirmed the outcome of the tallies in both counties.

Over the past few months, red states have introduced legislation or enacted laws that either establish or further define requirements for post-election audits and hand counts.

Read more here.

Validating Fraud in Elections - Elections 2020

Validating Fraud in Elections – Elections 2020

The Legislature Ends

Friday Video – The Legislature Ends

Well after midnight, around 2 am this morning, the Indiana General Assembly ended its 2023 session.

Today’s video is a bit different. It includes Jeff Howe who is the Director of Communications for AFA of Indiana. So you will see both of us. Today’s video is a trial run for future Friday videos that we have decided to keep going with our interviewing special guests. Unfortunately, our two-microphone setup was a mistake giving some echo on today’s audio recorded in our conference room. We will correct this next week when we interview nationally renowned editorial cartoonist Gary Varvel.

In spite of this somewhat clunky first run, I hope today’s extended video contains a lot of helpful information. As always, thank you for watching, for your support of AFA-IN, and for your contacting your legislators about key issues this session.

You can watch our final legislative video of 2023 here:

Who’s Happy? Taught or Born? Covid Study

Who's Happy? Taught or Born? Covid Study - AFA-IN

Who’s Happy? Taught or Born? Covid Study – American Family Association of Indiana


Legislature May End Today

The Indiana General Assembly is in its final week. In my Friday video and in next week’s email I will cover some of the victories and misses of this session.

A Poll May Find One Thing, Actions Say Another

There is a new poll that asks if America has gone too far in accepting the transgender ideology. The source is a somewhat left-of-center polling firm (YouGov), yet it may be correct. It shows one-third say we’ve gone too far, another third say not far enough, and others aren’t sure, or it is about right.

A poll is one thing, it’s a simple survey answer during a snapshot in time. Results often depend on how the questions are phrased.

However, when the results of a poll can be seen in real-world measures, the poll is much more likely to be on target. Such is the case with a different new poll from Rasmussen that might bring into question the numbers in the “gone too far” poll.

Rasmussen has found that most Americans (54%) support a boycott of Anheuser-Busch for their promotion of a transgender spokesperson with Bud Light. The reason this poll may be a more accurate answer to the first poll’s question is obvious. People are acting out on their feelings as Bud Light continues to lose customers, sales are falling, and their stock is dropping to the tune of a $6 billion loss in value for the company.

Who’s Happy?

There has been a lot of talk in this year’s legislative session about mental health, particularly among today’s youth. I firmly believe that it is not coincidental that the younger generation is also the least religious of any before it.

A new Wall Street Journal poll has found that while overall the happiness index has fallen dramatically, the happiest people in America today are those with the strongest religious beliefs and practices.

While less than half of U.S. adults say belief in God is important, the number jumps significantly among those who describe themselves as very happy. Two-thirds of this group describe themselves as “very or moderately religious.”

The highest correlation for people saying they are “very happy” is belief in God, with 68% of this group declaring belief in God to be “very important” to them. By contrast, among those who are not happy, only 42% say faith in God is very important to them.

Study of Covid Policies

A new study of Covid responses finds that contrary to claims made by Governors in California, New York, or Illinois and their harsh criticisms of Florida, for example, the states that imposed stricter lockdowns did not fare better in the pandemic.

This is how the researchers explained their study and results:

“We used an index of government pandemic-response measures — including but not limited to closing schools and businesses, canceling public events, stay-at-home orders, and masking policies — that was created and maintained by the Oxford University School of Government. We then compared states’ index scores with states’ health outcomes, measured by Covid deaths and all-cause excess-mortality rates. Since Covid mortality is strongly associated with older age and preexisting health conditions, we adjusted states’ Covid mortality for age distribution and prevalence of obesity and diabetes.

Government interventions had little or no impact on health outcomes, but lockdown measures led to much worse economic outcomes — increased unemployment and decreased gross domestic product — and much worse education outcomes — less in-person schooling, which studies show leads to decreased test scores and long-term, possibly permanent, educational, and economic disadvantages. And multiple studies have found that the negative economic and educational impacts of lockdowns disproportionately affected lower-income families.

A couple of days ago a study of cell phone use in cities lit up Twitter. The study listed about 50 cities looking at cell phone use (cell phones are tracking devices) comparing pre with post-pandemic levels. It finds that most downtown city cell activity has not returned to pre-Covid rates, indicating far fewer people working in or visiting downtowns. Many cities were up above pre-Covid levels, but at the very bottom with 60% less activity were San Francisco, Portland, Cleveland, and Indianapolis.

The reasons for this are not fully known, but one can speculate that perhaps one of the biggest is that Covid changed the mindset of employees who want to work from home and the realization by employers that productivity from home is attainable. Another possible contributing factor could be the surges in crime in our nation’s cities. (Chicago was down 50% from pre-pandemic levels.)

If this study is accurate, the economic impact for Indianapolis building owners, restaurants, retail stores, etc. is significant and it is not good.

Taught Not Born

On Monday the Indiana House agreed to the changes to House Bill 1608 and sent the bill to the Governor with a 63-28 vote. This bill prohibits schools from teaching human sexuality in pre-K-3rd grade. It also requires a school to notify parents if their child changes their name or gender.

The left hates this bill, which really raises questions. If a person is upset that a 6-year-old cannot be taught about sex, transgenderism, or homosexuality that person has a malicious agenda. (Remember the crowd that cussed me out after I testified on this bill?) I am old school. I think the only thing a 6-year-old boy needs to know about sex at that age is that girls have cooties. That’s how it was when I was that age with all my friends, and we didn’t fail to learn what we needed to know about sex later.

The debate on the final vote was more subdued. Only one Democrat spoke against it. Rep. Vernon Smith claimed that the bill wasn’t needed because schools are not teaching about homosexuality and that this was just a political play by Republicans. I disagree. It is being taught or promoted. (Debate over SB 12 revealed that it is in many Indiana school books.) The chart at the bottom of this email taken from Gallup Polling shows that the LGBT lifestyle is a social contagion. If it were inborn, the percentages would be more static.

In Their Own Words:

“Human history is the long terrible story of man trying to find something other than God which will make him happy.” – C.S. Lewis

7.2 Percent of U.S. Adults Indentify as LGBT

7.2 Percent of U.S. Adults Indentify as LGBT


What is in Our Food?

Did you know that mRNA “vaccines” has been used by pork producers since 2018? What else is in our food? The Show-Me State, Missouri, is trying to pass Missouri House Bill 1169 which would require labeling of products that can alter your genes. Learn more at the link below from Children’s Health Defense.

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Big Ag Panicking Over Bill to Require Labeling of Gene-Altering Products

What is in Our Food? - Stethoscope with chart

What is in Our Food? – Stethoscope with chart

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Election Transparency


There is a shift in thinking when ‘WE’ understand that we are “at all times” able to “alter, reform and/or abolish” our government. We are not demanding nor asking. We’re just doing it.

Independent Voter Validation & Verification  Now more than ever, Americans are questioning the trustworthiness of the system by which we cast and count our votes. How does this get better? Voters can take action. What can voters do? Let’s start by helping to improve the accuracy of our voter rolls.

Indiana First Audit   

Did your vote in the 2020 election count? Indiana First Audit (IFA) mission is to educate Patriots, enact strong legislation, fill PCC roles, enact a Full Forensic Audit, fight fraud, #DitchMachines #PaperOnly, and RENEW State Election Integrity. IFA is a Hoosier-run citizen organization.

Public Interest Legal Foundation  

is a 501(c)(3) public interest law firm dedicated to election integrity. The Foundation exists to assist states and others to aid the cause of election integrity and fight against lawlessness in American elections. The Foundation is located in Indianapolis.

True The Vote restore America’s confidence in our electoral process.

US Term Limits

Mission is to enact and defend term limits on elected offices at all levels of government via the ballot box, legislatures and the courts with an ultimate aim of enacting a congressional term limits amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

Medical Freedom

Hoosiers For Medical Liberty seeks to promote the social welfare of Hoosiers through the education of citizens and lawmakers in the state of Indiana regarding bodily autonomy, medical liberty, and informed consent.  Our goal is to unite all individuals and groups working around Indiana who promote advocacy for the protection and strengthening of these fundamental rights for all Hoosiers.

Parent-Controlled Education

Indiana Association of Home Educators Action mission is protect Hoosier home education freedom and parental rights by influencing the legislative process.  

Indiana Association of Home Educators
IAHE has been serving Indiana home educators since 1983. 

Purple For Parents Indiana informs, advocates, and engages Hoosiers to protect children from harmful agendas saturating the education system. We believe the responsibility of teaching morals and values to children are the parents/caregivers and NOT a government institution.

Pro Life

Hoosiers for Life believes every individual has the right to live. They work to ensure Hoosier babies will have protection at conception.

Second Amendment

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Hoosier Godly Resources

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Community, government over-reach

Save-Indy mission is to protect our city and preserve a great place for our children to prosper in the future. By raising awareness and empowering other citizens to stand up, we aim to reverse the course of troubling trends plaguing the Hoosier state and our capitol city.


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