A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Alabama’s voter identification law.
Democrat Larry Krasner, Philadelphia’s new district attorney who was backed almost exclusively by nearly $2 million in contributions from liberal billionaire George Soros, has purged more than 30 prosecutors from the district attorney’s office within days of taking over the position.
Democrats are quietly fretting over Sen. Tammy Baldwin’s Wisconsin senate seat, which could become a top priority for both political parties leading up to the 2018 elections, according to a report.
A Texas county accused of concealing records of noncitizens registered to vote has been threatened with a lawsuit by a public interest law firm attempting to gain access to the information.
An election integrity group was granted permission to intervene and help the state of Nevada defend against efforts by Hillary Clinton’s former top campaign lawyer to halt recall elections that could potentially flip party control of the senate in the state.
Apple Inc. spent more on its lobbying efforts during President Donald Trump’s first year in office than it had in any year previously, according to disclosures.
A new lobbying firm launched by the former chief executive officer at the Podesta Group, a Democratic powerhouse lobbying shop that announced it would close its doors after being linked to an investigation involving the foreign lobbying dealings of Paul Manafort, has signed its first clients, according to disclosures.
A government watchdog group has named Rep. Alcee Hastings (D., Fla.) one of the top ethics violators of the year for his continued maxed out congressional payments to his longtime girlfriend, based on reporting from the Washington Free Beacon.
A liberal activist group that has been involved in direct action campaigns against President Donald Trump and Republicans was recently awarded $400,000 more in taxpayer-backed government grants, records show.
An election integrity group is threatening to sue the Pennsylvania Department of State for allegedly stonewalling requests for records of noncitizens contained on the state’s voter rolls.