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True the Vote, Catherine Engelbrecht’s non-profit and nonpartisan effort dedicated to ensuring our nation’s elections are free and fair, held its second annual national summit over the past weekend.
Tickets sold out quickly as participants travelled from over 30 states to participate in the historical gathering of America’s leading experts and activists who deal with voter fraud, voter registration fraud, and election integrity as a whole. The summit’s speakers included John Fund, Pat Caddell, Anita Moncrief, J. Christian Adams, Steve Bannon, Artur Davis, Hons Von Spavkosky, and many more.
John Fund, the senior editor and columnist at the American Spectator, reminded the attendees that their efforts to defend election integrity were beginning to achieve success and stated, “Keep it up, you are winning.” Fund also accurately described the event as a “historic weekend for the election integrity movement and all who believe in free and fair elections.”
Former Democratic Congressman Artur Davis of Alabama lit up the room when he explained exercising our rights doesn't mean we have a right not to have to put out effort to exercise them. He stated, “Voting doesn’t happen by snapping your fingers. Where is this idea that if I have a right, I have no responsibilities?” Davis pulled out his own photo I.D. and waved it at the crowd. He reminisced about what his parents and grandparents went through under segregation and stated, “This is not a billy club, this is not a fire hose, and this is not Jim Crow, though some people say it is.” Davis went further and asked, “How is it that this tiny little thing that I can hold in my hand is causing such a stir?”