When procedures lead to more rejected ballots and fewer voters, what else is there to call it?
HR1 is a national approach to expanding voter access. State legislatures are trying to both expand and restrict the vote as well.
A CPAC speaker and the return of the problem of the Heritage electoral fraud database.
Wherein I detail evidence of fraud and take the Heritage Foundation’s database of fraud to task.
The convergence of design flaws in the constitution and a flawed leader have brought us to brink of an electoral crisis.
The evidence is clear. Injustice feeds rage and rage sometimes boils over.
Hypocrisy, lies, and dangerous rhetoric from Trump and his allies on mail-in voting.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has decided against running for Senator Kansas, decision that could force the GOP to defend an otherwise safe seat.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo looks ready to jump ship in favor of a run for Senate,
Republicans from around the country want Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to run for Senate in Kansas. Because they’re afraid they can’t win without him.
Kris Kobach, former Kansas Secretary of State and former head of President Trump’s “Voter Fraud” Commission, is running for Senator in Kansas.
After a decade of using the alleged problem of “voter fraud” to justify things like Voter ID Laws, Republicans are remarkably silent in the fact of an actual example of fraud and election tampering.
A North Carolina Congressional Election that was tainted by Absentee Ballot Fraud will be redone.
On the way out the door, Scott Walker signed a bill to take powers away from his successor (and demonstrated a lack of understanding of Venn diagrams).
Yes, there can be real problems with election activities, but that does not excuse POTUS’ lies about fraud.
Donald Trump is engaging in another round of baseless and bizarre conspiracy theories about alleged voter fraud.
A Federal Judge is letting a North Dakota Voter ID law that clearly discriminates against Native Americans stand.
A Federal Court has ruled that North Carolina can use its current Congressional District map for this year’s midterms notwithstanding a ruling that it is an impermissible gerrymander.
For the second time this year, a three-judge panel of Federal Judges has struck down North Carolina’s Congressional District map. The immediate question is what impact, if any, this will have on November’s election.
Care to guess the demographic makeup of the county?
After a week, the race for the GOP nomination for Kansas Governor is over. Now it’s on to what could be an interesting General Election.
A new study claims voter ID laws may disenfranchise the demographic, potentially swinging several Congressional races.
Kris Kobach, the controversial Secretary of State of Kansas who is also a Trump ally, holds on to a slim lead in the GOP Primary for Governor.
A federal trial court has ruled the practice an unconstitutional infringement on suffrage.
Ohio voters have approved a referendum designed to reform the manner in which district lines are drawn.
A Federal Appeals Court has reversed a lower court ruling that struck down Texas’s Voter ID law as discriminatory against minority voters.
The tragedy in Florida last week revealed once again how hyperpartisanship is destroying our politics and harming the country.
President Trump has shut down the commission he established to investigate unsupported claims of “voter fraud” in the 2016 election.
One of the legal giants in the Federal Judiciary has retired from the bench.
Texas suffers another legal setback in its effort to pass a Voter ID law.
Another failed attempt to demonstrate the problems of voter fraud in the US.
More than twenty states are resisting requests for data from a ‘voter integrity’ Commission built on President Trump’s lie that millions of people voted illegally in the 2016 election.
A big win for opponents of Voter ID laws.
Despite the lack of evidence, Donald Trump continues to claim that there were ‘millions’ of illegal votes cast in 2016.
In a ruling that could have a real impact on the 2016 election, the Supreme Court has declined to grant a stay to a lower court ruling striking down a North Carolina law that tightened Voter ID laws and restricted early voting.