John Fund: Joe Biden Now Has A New Election Partner: The Federal Government

If You Disliked Vote Harvesting, Wait Till You Read Biden's Executive Orders 

You probably remember the "Zuckerbucks" strategy in the 2020 election, which pumped nearly half a billion dollars to almost 2500 election offices for get-out-the-vote operations. While 28 states so far, including Wisconsin, have banned this practice, President Biden has issued a series of executive orders to leverage over 600 federal agencies—including the Social Security Administration's 1,200 offices and all national parks—in similar get-out-the-vote operations. 

Election-law expert John Fund will discuss the executive orders, how they are likely to effect the election, how there is, unfortunately, nothing legally to be done about it before the election, and how to factor all this in evaluations of the integrity of our elections. 

When: Tuesday, July 16 at 11:30 a.m. (registration), 12:00 p.m. (lunch)

Where: First Floor Conference Room, 2040 Main Street, 1st Floor, Irvine, CA.
(Please get your parking ticket validated in the lobby before or after entering the venue.)

Cost: $30/members, $35/non-members, $20/students, for lunch and 1 hour of MCLE credit (the Federalist Society is a California State Bar approved provider of MCLE).

RSVP and Pay: To RSVP and pay by credit card, please visit the Federalist Society event page here.

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John Fund is National Affairs Columnist for National Review magazine and a on-air analyst on the Fox News Channel. He is considered a notable expert on American politics and the nexus between politics and economics.

He previously served as a columnist and editorial board member for The Wall Street Journal. He is the author of several books, including Who's Counting: Bow Fraudsters and Bureaucrats Put Your Vote At Risk (Encounter Books, 2012); Stealing Elections: How Voter Fraud Threatens Our Democracy (Encounter Books, 2008) and The Dangers of Regulation Through Litigation (ATRA Press, 2008). He worked as a research analyst for the California Legislature in Sacramento before beginning his journalism career as a reporter for the syndicated columnists Rowland Evans and Robert Novak.

Roll Call, the newspaper of Capitol Hill, called him "the Tom Paine of the modern Congressional reform movement." He has won awards from the Institute for Justice, The School Choice Aliance and the Warren Brooks award for journalistic excellence from the American Legislative Exchange Council.

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