Do YOU live in one of the 35 states that STILL has COVID-era voting laws?

Do YOU have faith in our electoral system? According to a recent glennbeck.com poll, 98 percent of respondents say they think that our electoral system is NOT reliable and does NOT elect the people's preferred candidate. This statistic is staggering and indicative of the impact the 2020 election has wrought on the nation's overall trust in this foundational institution of our republic.

On-air this week, Glenn and Stu discussed that states need to instill election integrity and credibility back into our electoral system by removing COVID-era absentee ballot laws that caused arguably the most contested election in US history. Regardless of your opinion regarding the integrity of the 2020 election outcome, states should not retain universal ballot laws that open the door to widespread voter fraud and distrust in the election outcome.

If there is any hope of reviving trust in our electoral system, these COVID-era absentee ballot laws HAVE to go...yet 35 of the states still have these laws. Seven states retain "all main elections" in which the government ships ballots to EVERY resident, regardless of whether or not they vote in person. 28 other states maintain "no excuse absentee ballot" laws, which have been proven to be problematic regarding election integrity.

If you live in one of the following 35 states, it’s time to call your representatives and demand that they remove these laws to re-establish election integrity.

California: All-Mail Elections

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Colorado: All-Mail Elections

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Hawaii: All-Mail Elections

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Nevada: All-Mail Elections

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Oregon: All-Mail Elections

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Utah: All-Mail Elections

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Washington: All-Mail Elections

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Alaska: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Arizona: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Florida: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Georgia: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Idaho: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Illinois: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Iowa: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Kansas: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Maine: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Maryland: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Massachusets: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Michigan: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Minnesota: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Montana: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Nebraska: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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New Jersey: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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New Mexico: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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North Carolina: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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North Dakota: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Ohio: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Oklahoma: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Pennsylvania: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Rhode Island: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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South Dakota: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Vermont: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Virginia: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Wisconsin: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Wyoming: No Excuse Absentee Ballot

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Top 5 ways the Iowa Caucus will shape the 2024 Presidential election

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Historically, the Iowa Caucus has been a strong indicator of who will win the Presidential Nomination, and this week's results have confirmed the Left's greatest fears: Trump is the clear GOP frontrunner. Winning 98 out of Iowa's 99 counties, Trump finished with a nearly 30 percent lead over Ron DeSantis and a 32 percent lead over Nikki Haley.

Here are the 5 biggest takeaways from the Iowa Caucus that impact rest of the 2024 Presidential election.

Border security was a leading issue among Iowa Caucus-goers.

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Iowans, like all Americans, are feeling the effects of the crisis on the Southern Border and are tired of the inaction of current leaders in Washington. The strength and clarity of the 2024 candidates' plans to secure the border will likely make or break their campaign.

43 percent of GOP Iowa Caucus-goers who support Nikki Haley would vote for Biden over Trump.

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It is clear that Nikki Haley is emerging as the star candidate amongst the "never Trump" faction of the GOP. However, Haley's performance in the Iowa Caucus indicates that her anti-Trump stance is hindering the larger performance of her campaign, even though she is the favorite amongst the "never Trumpers."

Trump, DeSantis and Haley would each beat Biden according to new poll.

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According to a new poll, President Biden would lose a head-to-head, primary campaign against Trump, DeSantis, or Haley. Will the Democrats keep Biden in the race?

61 percent of GOP Iowa Caucus-goers said they would still support Trump even if he was convicted of a crime.

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The Left is betting that Trump will cave under the onslaught of criminal charges as a part of their attempt to crush his credibility as a candidate. Their plan, according to the Iowa caucus, is failing. In fact, the continued barrage of indictments is only fueling GOP support for Trump. 61 percent of GOP Iowa Caucus-goers said that they would stand by the former President even if he was convicted of a crime and 35 percent said that a conviction would actually increase their support.

Biden's approval rating has dropped to 33 percent.

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While Trump's support is growing, Biden's is rapidly falling. Only one-third of Americans think Biden is doing a good job, a record low during his presidency and the worst rating of any U.S. president within the past 15 years. It's becoming increasingly clear that Biden is a losing horse on the Democrats' ticket, and that terrifies the Left, especially if Biden is pitted against Trump. Will the Democrats keep Biden as their unchallenged candidate? Glenn thinks they are preparing a new candidate, and if they succeed, we may just have another President Obama.

A searing look at the psychological profile of Liberals and Democrats in their perpetual misery.

Liberals, Democrats, and Leftists are rarely in a good mood. And they’re certainly not happy when in the presence of conservatives or free-thinking independents—that is to say, when coming into contact with at least half of the country. Their tendency to zealously spread discomfort and misery has been something of a mystery…until now. In great detail, Liberal Misery explains exactly what drives America’s Left to be such a wet blanket. From COVID to the Black Lives Matter movement to even everyday socializing, Liberals are joyless nags. Now we know why.

This post is a part of an ongoing series called "Glenn's Bookshelf" Have you ever wondered what topics Glenn is reading about on his own time? Follow the "Glenn's Bookshelf" series to get access to all the books that Glenn is reading.

The bestselling author and entrepreneur investigates what would happen if a new financial world order took hold, one in which global elites own everything and you own nothing—and yet you are somehow happy.

When Carol Roth first heard that one of the World Economic Forum’s predictions for 2030 was “You will own nothing, and be happy,” she thought it was an outlandish fantasy. Then, she researched it. What she found was that a number of businesses, governments, and global elites share a vision of a future that sounds utopian: Everyone will have everything they need, and no one will own anything.

From declines in home and vehicle ownership to global inflation and government spending, many of the trends of modern life reveal that a new world that is emerging—one in which Western citizens, by choice or by circumstance, increasingly do not own possessions or accumulate wealth. It’s the perfect economic environment for the rich and powerful to solidify their positions and prevent anyone else from getting ahead.

In You Will Own Nothing¸ Roth reveals how the agendas of Wall Street, world governments, international organizations, socialist activists, and multinational corporations like Blackrock all work together to reduce the power of the dollar and prevent millions of Americans from taking control of their wealth. She shows why owning fewer assets makes you poorer and less free. This book is essential guide to protecting your hard-earned wealth for the coming generations.

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On the first Glenn TV episode of 2024, Glenn peeled back the curtains shrouding the globalist plot to eliminate the 1st Amendment— and according to his sources, it will happen this year. Is there even anything we can do to fight back?

Glenn took this opportunity to show off one of the newest pieces in his historical collection, the set from the 70's sitcom, All in the Family, and explained how it changed television forever by bringing real issues to American audiences— right to their living rooms. Archie Bunker and his family brought arguments from all sides of the political spectrum and engaged in actual conversations surrounding serious issues in America. Can you imagine something like that today, when typically only one side is presented and all others are shut down and labeled "misinformation?" And if you think it's bad now, just wait until Glenn shows you what the globalists have in store for us.

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