A New York Times review and interviews with election law experts strongly suggest that New York state prosecutors have never before filed an election law case involving a federal campaign. Bringing an untested case against anyone, let alone a former… Continue reading
Six people described by authorities as being affiliated with the right-wing extremist group the Oath Keepers were convicted Monday of numerous federal crimes related to the Jan. 6, 2021, attack
on the U.S. Capitol.
After a trial in U.S.… Continue reading
The images appeared on Twitter in late 2016 just as the presidential campaign was entering its final stretch. Some featured the message “vote for Hillary” and the phrases “avoid the line” and “vote from home.”
Aimed at Democratic voters, and sometimes… Continue reading
So far, no brief yet from the state legislative respondents. Here are the other briefs:
Mar 20 2023Supplemental letter brief of United States submitted.Main Document
Mar 20 2023Supplemental letter brief of Common Cause submitted.Main Document
Mar 20 2023Supplemental… Continue reading
Lawyers for former President Donald J. Trump filed a motion in a Georgia court on Monday seeking to quash the final report of a special grand jury that investigated whether Mr. Trump and some of his allies interfered in… Continue reading
New Jersey’s top election-enforcement official sued Gov. Philip D. Murphy and three of Mr. Murphy’s top aides on Thursday for what the official said was their attempt to oust him in retaliation for comments he made ridiculing the state’s… Continue reading
Oklahoma’s leading anti-abortion group is pushing GOP lawmakers to loosen the state’s near-total ban.
In a recent letter to legislators, Oklahomans for Life Chair Tony Lauinger argued that if they don’t amend the state’s anti-abortion law to add exceptions… Continue reading
Mail-in ballots may be off the table for upcoming local elections in Cascade County as the Elections Office scrambles under new leadership.
In January, the Secretary of State’s Office approved Cascade County’s mail ballot election plan. However, on… Continue reading
With his indictment by a Manhattan grand jury expected but its timing uncertain, former President Donald J. Trump declared on his social media site Saturday that he would be arrested on Tuesday, and demanded that his supporters protest on… Continue reading
When Donald Trump called Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger on Jan. 2, 2021, in a now-infamous bid to overturn the 2020 election, he alleged that thousands of dead people had voted in the state.
“So dead people… Continue reading
The first major clue about those preoccupations came from the symposium’s theme, which the organizers had designated as “Law and Democracy.” As the programming unfolded over the next day and a half, it became alarmingly clear that,… Continue reading
former President Donald J. Trump’s account on the platform six days after the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol. The video platform said it was concerned that Mr. Trump’s lies about the 2020 election could lead to… Continue reading
Ohio on Friday announced it was the latest Republican-led state to pull out of a key election partnership that has become the focal point of conspiracies on the far-right.
The Ohio secretary of state, Frank LaRose — a Republican… Continue reading