The commissioner is about to rule on our Writ of Mandamus so we thought it would be important to share this video of our recent hearing. Please watch!
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
The Maricopa County, AZ election process looks pretty straight forward on paper. But is that how it happened in real life? And how does Washington state’s election process stack up? In sort, we won’t know until or if we get a clear, transparent election audit to ensure that elections in Washington state are fair and
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
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
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
The Seattle Times reports on Democrat efforts to dismiss recently filed election lawsuits in Washington State which seek to generate an audit of election results to ensure election integrity for every voter in the state. Click here to view the article.