fraud report(s) to ensure prosecution where appropriate," the group said in the 2011 IRS document. Engelbrecht and other True the Vote speakers also have made presentations during the past year to Republican leaning groups funded by Americans for Prosperity, an organization founded by the Koch brothers, Kansas billionaires who contribute large sums to numerous conservative causes. "True the Vote is not about politics; it is about principle," Engelbrecht said in an interview toward the end of the April conference. "All we want to do is go work at the polls, and I've reaped the whirlwind for daring to ask the question. It makes you wonder: What could we be so close to that we must be stopped at any cost?"Those who insist that voter fraud is pervasive often cite a report earlier this year concluding that 24 million voter registrations are inaccurate or not valid, either because the voter has died or moved or is registered in more than one state.
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Now officially independent of King Street Patriots, the organization is currently registered with the IRS as a 501 (c)(3). The designation gives it nonprofit status and precludes any partisan activity. IRS filings for 2010 and 2011 show True the Vote took in $201,644 but ended 2011 with a deficit of $87,885. In the filings, the group stated its goal in 2010: "Educated, informed and registered voters. " In 2011, Puma Creepers Fenty Rihanna