“Records at odds with voter fraud probe claim”

News from Georgia: Documents obtained from Secretary of State Brian Kemp’s office appear to contradict Kemp’s claim that a voter fraud probe was based on numerous complaints from counties across Georgia. For weeks, Democrats have hinted that Secretary of State … Continue reading

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Breaking News: SCOTUS issues NC order, restrictions back in effect

Sure, just after Rick leaves.  Late Wednesday, the Supreme Court stayed the 4th Circuit’s earlier opinion blocking North Carolina’s rollback of same-day registration and its decision to no longer count ballots cast out-of-precinct.    Free of the double negatives: the … Continue reading

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“Voter Registration Modernization Bill Would Improve Outdated Election System”

Press release: “U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) today introduced the Voter Registration Modernization Act, which would provide national standards for secure and accessible online registration and help bring America’s election system into the 21st century.” Did I ever mention I … Continue reading

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“Less than 1 percent of voter registration forms turned in by a Georgia group accused of fraud are actually fraudulent”

WaPo: Less than 1 percent of voter registration forms turned in by a Georgia group accused of voter fraud are actually fraudulent, the Georgia’s secretary of state’s office announced Wednesday. There were 25 confirmed forgeries found in voter registration documents, … Continue reading

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“Arkansas Neglecting Low-Income Voters, in Violation of Federal Law”

Press release: ” Citing evidence that low-income Arkansas residents have unlawfully been denied the opportunity to register to vote, attorneys from the voting rights groups Demos, the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, the NAACP, Project Vote, and the law … Continue reading

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10th Circuit May (or May Not) Side with States Over Federal Government in Voting Dispute Because the EAC Has No Commissioners [Updated]

According to an early AP report. This would not be a surprising result and would save the 10th Circuit from having to deal with the difficult constitutional question of where Congress’s power to set the “manner” of Congressional elections ends … Continue reading

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