The mission of WEiCU is to educate, advocate and when necessary, litigate for the purpose of restoring transparent, secure and publicly verified elections in Washington state and for all Americans.

The hearing on WEiCU’s motion to show cause is scheduled for June 6, 2022 at 2:30 p.m. in Franklin County Court

Hearing on WEiCU’s motion to show cause is scheduled for June 6, 2022 at 2:30 p.m. in Franklin County Court

Franklin County defendants Matt Beaton and Franklin County filed a motion to dismiss WEiCU’s and the pro se plaintiffs’ complaint for statutory and other claims relating to election processes in Franklin County. A Franklin County judge dismissed the action in December. WEiCU then filed a motion for leave (permission) to file a Second Amended Complaint limited to a Public Records Act claim, which motion was granted on May 16, 2022 (Order issued on May 25, 2022 by Judge John Knodell). WEiCU has now filed a Motion to Show Cause  under the Public Records Act asking the Court to set a Show Cause Hearing for why Franklin County should not be required to allow public inspection of original ballots, ballot images, spoiled ballots, and returned ballots from the November 3, 2020 Election. Franklin County has filed a cross Motion to Dismiss, but did not serve its Motion to Dismiss until June 2, 2022 and is trying to get its Motion to Dismiss heard at the same time as WEiCU’s motion to show cause. The hearing on WEiCU’s motion to show cause is scheduled for June 6, 2022 at 2:30 p.m. in Franklin County Court.

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WEiCU filed a Writ of Mandamus in the Supreme Court October 4, 2021 against Governor Jay Inslee to compel him to uphold his Constitutional oath by directing the Department of Licensing to cease automatic registering of non-citizens to vote. Article 6, Sec. 1 of the Washington State Constitution stipulates the qualifications of a voter one of which is being a citizen of Washington State. WEiCU and their attorney Virginia Shogren submitted evidence from publicly available data, establishing that there were tens of thousands of non-citizens that were registered to vote (most without their knowledge), including a list of redacted names that were confirmed to have had a ballot ‘accepted’ in their name on the Vote WA voter database. The evidence was disregarded by Commissioner Mitchell who ruled that the Supreme Court would not be hearing this case on grounds that he deemed it to be ‘frivolous.’ Moreover, although this case consisted of only ONE administrative hearing proceeding, the Supreme Court granted Governor Inslee attorney fee’s to the tune of $28,000. Its almost as if they are intent on discouraging any case that will shine a bright light on one of the ways our election system is blatantly manipulated.

In addition to the report itemizing the tens of thousands of illegally registered non-citizens, WEiCU provided an account of a retired Department of Licensing Employee who publicly shared her experience over the course of nineteen years, countless non-citizens being registered to vote and that instructions to do that came from the Departments supervisors.

It remains WEiCU’s belief that non-citizens, for the most part are being exploited in order to use their voter registrations without their knowledge to print fraudulent ballots, which is a class C felony and could jeopardize their future citizenship.

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Writ of Mandamus hearing against Governor Jay Inslee to compel the Department of Licensing to Cease and Desist the aggressive registering of non-citizens.

WEiCU Files Suit in 8 Counties

WEiCU Files Suit in 8 Counties to Protect Election Integrity

WEiCU along with a total of 115 qualified electors filed suit in Whatom, Clark, Snohomish, King, Thurston, Pierce, Lincoln and Franklin Counties, all of which were met with Motions to Intervene filed by the law firm Perkins Coie LLP on behalf of the DCC. Five out of eight cases have been removed to Federal Court despite being based in state law, and now face many unsubstantiated Motions to Dismiss, threatening  Plaintiffs with financial sanctions if they persist with their cases.

Specifically, the plaintiffs allege their Auditors used uncertified voting systems to not only tabulate the votes, but also, while under oath, certified the results from those systems, one while under a cyber ransomware attack. These same machines were admittedly ‘internet capable’ according to Secretary of State Wyman and King County Auditor Julie Wise. These admissions created more questions than answers when WA state election data was found on the AZ audit hard drives. 

Plaintiffs further allege their Auditors oversaw an election that involved provable vote flipping, vote additions/deletions on a mass scale. These allegations and more are supported by numerous affidavits including inside informants and other hard evidence collated by lead plaintiff WEiCU. Auditors are also tracking party preference either through their registrations or ballots, contrary to RCW 29A.08.166, which prohibits party affiliation upon registering to vote.

WEiCU Director, Tamborine Borrelli says, “with every attempt to block the people from verifying if they indeed have transparent, secure and publicly verified elections, the Defendants prove the Plaintiffs’ case, that they do not.”

To view the filings, check out our the Files section of our site here.

Governor Jay Inslee
Washington State Governor Jay Inslee

WEiCU Files a Writ of Mandamus Against Governor Jay Inslee

WEiCU filed a Writ of Mandamus with the Washington State Supreme Court against respondent Governor Jay Inslee on October 4, 2021.

The writ seeks to force Governor Inslee to perform his constitutionally mandated tasks as it relates to elections. Under the Constitution, all qualified electors must be citizens of the United States. The writ charges that Governor Inslee abdicated his duties by:

  • Actively registering voters who are not United States citizens
  • Instruction employees within the Department of Licensing to not ask whether a person registering to vote is a United States citizen
  • Providing voter registration forms with the United States citizenship designation pre-populated or fille-in
  • Instructing Department of Licensing employees to not ask questions about or verify legality of voter registrations
  • Instructing Department of Licensing employees to pressure applicants into registering to vote even if applicants disclose they are not United States citizens
  • Subjecting Department of Licensing employees to discipline if they inquire as to the legality of a voter registration as it relates to citizenship of the applicant

The writ asks the Attorney General to cease and desist from further such violations, that members of the Inslee administration be enjoined from further violations, that the administration be required to verify citizenship of each registered voter, and for an award of attorney’s fees and costs.

Read the full Writ of Mandamus here.

WEiCU Files Suit in Clark County

A lawsuit to restore election integrity in Washington state was filed on September 16, 2021 in Superior Court in Clark County.

The defendant in the suit is Greg Kimsey, elected Auditor for the State of Washington and the suit alleges violations of the plantiffs’ equal protection, due process and free speech rights stemming from the auditor allowing or facilitating vote flipping, additions and/or deletions, and allowing or facilitating party preference tracking and/or ballot identification.

Click here to view the filing and its details.

WEiCU Files Suit in Lincoln County

WEiCU filed suit in Lincoln County in one of many upcoming lawsuits designed to ensure integrity in elections in Washington state. Voters of various political stripes across the state and the country have expressed doubt in the outcome of elections in recent years. WEiCU, through this suit and others to come, seeks to provide the transparency voters need and deserve to have trust in the integrity of the election system.

Read the lawsuit filing here.

WEiCU presents at A.U.D.I.T. Public Hearing on Election Integrity

Tamborine Borrelli, Director of WEiCU presents at Rep. Robert Sutherland’s Public Hearing in Snohomish County August 15th, 2021 to a full house. She gives a brief overview of the irregularities in our WA state elections and announces the first lawsuit being filed by WEiCU to demand a full forensic audit. 

“The future of this republic is in the hands of the American voter.”

– Dwight D. Eisenhower

A lawsuit to restore election integrity in Washington state was filed on September 16, 2021 in Superior Court in Clark County.