James Madison University student Andrew J. Spieles, who attempted to register deceased and nonexistent individuals to vote for Democrats in the 2016 election, was sentenced for attempted voter fraud Tuesday.
Six individuals have been charged in Boston federal court for the buying and selling of false identification documents. The documents were subsequently used in some cases to allow for fraudulent voter registration.
The U.S. Department of Justice has reversed an Obama-era decision that attempted to curtail the Ohio government’s efforts to cleanup voting rolls.
A lawsuit filed by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) against President Donald Trump and his newly launched voter fraud commission in part centers around the argument that the commission is racist.
Democratic National Committee chairman Tom Perez said Wednesday that Republicans are trying to “trample on our most sacred freedoms.”
The decision by Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe (D.) not to cooperate with a White House commission examining voting processes in federal elections comes after a year in which the governor circumvented the commonwealth’s supreme court to restore voting rights for convicted felons and stalled efforts by the Virginia legislature to fight voter fraud.
State officials from California, Kentucky, and Virginia said Thursday that they will not fulfill a request for voter data from President Donald Trump’s commission on election integrity.
A Virginia man is heading to prison after he attempted to register deceased and nonexistent individuals to vote for Democrats in the 2016 election.
Twelve members of a Democrat-aligned group focused on registering black voters in Indiana have been charged with submitting fake or fraudulent voter registration applications ahead of last November’s election.