California and Los Angeles County have agreed to purge as many as 1.5 million inactive voter registrations across the state as part of a court settlement finalized this week with Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog.
Claims of voter suppression tainted Georgia’s political landscape this election cycle, impacting races up and down the ballot, but none more so than the contest for governor.
The left’s largest network of wealthy donors tapped an individual for a discussion on “expanding the electorate” at its fall investment conference from a group that was caught submitting fraudulent voter registration forms—including registering dead people to vote—and saw one of its employees go to prison for the crime.
It’s time for Americans to accept the fact that voter fraud is here to stay. It’s just another one of those peculiar social trends that eventually finds its way into the mainstream — like jogging, pretending to like soccer, and watching strangers play video games online. As always, our president gets it. “When people get in …
VICE News tweeted out quite the outrageous story yesterday. A man went to his polling station with a driver’s license, birth certificate, student ID, proof of residency, everything. And he still wasn’t allowed to vote. I had my: • valid driver’s license • student ID • voter registration card • a copy of my birth certificate …
The U.S. Supreme Court backed Ohio in its ruling on Monday regarding the state’s current measure for canceling inactive voter registrations.
A Texas county has been hit with a lawsuit for concealing records in relation to noncitizens on voter rolls.
Colin Van Ostern, the failed 2016 Democratic nominee for New Hampshire governor, announced his intention this week to unseat a fellow Democrat for collaborating with the Trump administration to prevent voter fraud.
The Pennsylvania State Department is facing a lawsuit after officials refused to release records relating to noncitizens on voter rolls in the commonwealth.
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.