A public interest election group is threatening to sue a Texas County over its refusal to release records dealing with noncitizens on their voter rolls, the second Texas County threatened with such a lawsuit this month.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Alabama’s voter identification law.
The Supreme Court heard oral arguments Wednesday in an Ohio voting law case which pits supporters, who see the law as vital to preserving honest elections, against critics, who have attacked it as illegally disenfranchising thousands of Ohioans.
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.
President Donald Trump took credit Thursday for new dialogue between North Korea and South Korea, tweeting that his firm stand on American might was making the talks happen.
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.
Progressive candidates for local office in Alabama and Minnesota have claimed in recent weeks that they are the victims of voter fraud, despite liberal protestations that the idea voter fraud could impact elections is little more than a rightwing myth.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) said Democrats are considering ways to disband President Donald Trump’s Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity.
The former top campaign lawyer for failed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is behind yet another lawsuit against a state’s voter identification laws, the latest in a series of challenges that stem back to 2015.