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True the Vote Study: 36K FL Voter Registrations Flagged DUPLICATE, DEAD and ILLEGAL Addresses

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Ann-Marie Murell is the creator, owner, and Editor-in-Chief of She was the recipient of Front Page Magazine's Glazov Gang Ronald Reagan Award and co-author of the bestselling book, "What Women (Really) Want". Ann-Marie is a regular on talk radio and has appeared on dozens of television shows including Fox & Friends, Hannity, the Dr. Phil Show, The Mike Huckabee Show, Lou Dobbs, C-SPAN, Stuart Varney & Company, Newsmax TV, CNN, MSNBC, and more. In addition to PolitiChicks, Ann-Marie has contributed to Townhall Finance, The Blaze, Daily Caller, Front Page Magazine, and other news sites.

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Sourced a national voting organization, wrote a popular book, received an award for blogger of the year in 2013. Talks about Catherine Engelbrecht who wants to conduct a forensic audit of the election, doesn't seem to have a bias.
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Website seems to be promoting her book, only sources the True the Vote website. The domain is PolitiChick
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Seems ok, however getting news from a website called PolitiChicks does not seem legit


Why is an actress/talk show woman writing news stories



It seems like the article itself is somewhat trustworthy. It does seem to have a slight bias, but it isn't an outrageous bias that seems to drown out the actual facts of the article. Speaking of which, facts are stated in the article, although there is no way of telling if they are accurate or not. There are formatting issues that make parts of the article a little unclear, and as you said the only quoted source is True the Vote. As for the site itself, I'm not sure I would trust it overall, and this undermines what trust is placed in this article. From a glance around the website, it seems that many of the articles are trying to attract a specific group of people. This could also be found in the subtitle for the site, which is "The Voice of Conservative Women and Men". This suggests that most, if not all, of the articles have some sort of bias. As for your question, I think that the reason she wrote these news stories is, frankly, because she is trying to inform the community, although what she is trying to inform the community of is debatable.

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I don't trust this site because it is clearly bias! The first thing I see is in big bold letters says " The voice of conservative woman and men". I like that this site is not trying to hide their political views at least they just come out and say they are conservative but that automatically makes me not trust it. I think that any site that comes out and basically says they are bias should not be trusted.

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