October 22, 2013 Read the entire article »

"No Matches Found" for Democrat Voter Fraud in Miami

Another story about Congressman Joe Garcia's (D-FL) staffer going to jail for voter fraud without any mention of what party Joe Garcia is in.He's a Democrat.This time this omission is at NBC 6 from Miami. In 2006, Florida Representative Mark Fol...

October 22, 2013 Read the entire article »

MSNBC Airs Innacurate Voting Law

Thomas Roberts at MSNBC put on a guest from the Advancement Project who provided legally inaccurate information to the MSNBC audience. The representative said that "purging" within 90 days of an election would be illegal under federal law. ...

October 22, 2013 Read the entire article »

Judicial Watch Press Release on Indiana NVRA Case

Judicial Watch has this press release on NVRA litigation in Indiana:  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact:  202-646-5188 October 21, 2013 Judicial Watch/True the Vote to Court: Require Indiana to Clean Up Voter Rolls   Lawsuit Evidence:&n...

October 21, 2013 Read the entire article »
October 21, 2013 Read the entire article »

Florida Fraudster: "Rep. Garcia’s Former Chief Of Staff Headed To Jail"

"A former chief of staff for Congressman Joe Garcia is going to jail for orchestrating a fraudulent, online absentee-ballot request."  Link. Notice the story makes no mention of Garcia's political party. This is typical. Try to find a sing...

October 21, 2013 Read the entire article »

"Election changes target voter fraud, participation"

"Nebraska Secretary of State John Gale will push legislation next year aimed at increasing voter registration and participation while combating potential fraud within the system."  Link. ...

October 21, 2013 Read the entire article »

"Kimberlé Crenshaw’s Toxic Race Tour at Cornell University"

The PJ Media version. Another Credible Academic. ...

October 21, 2013 Read the entire article »

344 Voters Approve Hotel Tax

In a Louisiana election, the people who cared the most and decided to vote got to decide an issue in a town with 6,200 voters. 344 voters voted and a new hotel tax was approved in Youngsville, LA. That's how it works. If you don't show up, you d...

October 21, 2013 Read the entire article »

Double Voting in Virginia and Elsewhere

One of the more interesting revelations from the case brought by the Virginia Democratic Party is that Virginia's participation in the Interstate Cross Check program may have caught at least 47 felony double voters in two states. Buried in an affidav...

October 21, 2013 Read the entire article »
October 21, 2013 Read the entire article »

DOJ: Amicus, Yes. Litigation, No.

This is a pattern with Eric Holder's Justice Department. Unlike the Bush Civil Rights Division, the Holder Voting Section seems adverse to actual work litigating cases under Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act. Instead, they like to appear where and w...

October 20, 2013 Read the entire article »
October 20, 2013 Read the entire article »

Toxic Race Parade at Cornell

We have yet more evidence that parts of academia are fully engaged in dividing Americans along racial lines and indoctrinating students with fringe and toxic racial ideas. From the Cornell Daily Sun: Kimberle Crenshaw ’81, Critical Race Theorist, Ret...

October 19, 2013 Read the entire article »

Posner "Right the First Time" on Voter ID

Judge Posner is proving once again that the only time partisan law professors or the media quotes a conservative on election integrity issues is when the conservative defects or wobbles. Once they defect, conservatives are featured in the N...

October 19, 2013 Read the entire article »

Cross State Check Helps Identify Improperly Registered Voters in Virginia

"Watkins found 104 who still seemed to be registered in other states, and sent them all letters. She did Internet searches on some. She wound up taking 104 of them off the voter rolls. In Stafford, Registrar Greg Riddlemoser submitted a description o...

October 19, 2013 Read the entire article »
October 19, 2013 Read the entire article »
October 19, 2013 Read the entire article »

Public Opinion polls rebut Judge Posner's assertion that "Photo ID is widely regarded as voter suppression"

Ed Whelan at National Review lays out the fact that Judge Posner believes that public opinion regards photo ID as voter suppression and one of his reasons for quasi-regret: In his new book Reflections on Judging, Posner asserts that the law is of “...

October 19, 2013 Read the entire article »

Liberal Justice Stevens believes he ruled correctly on Photo ID constitutionality in 2008

No regrets from the author of the 6-3 decision. Link to Wall Street Journal. ...

October 18, 2013 Read the entire article »

Tennesee Voter ID: Upheld by Supreme Court

Another in a long line of court victories for Voter ID. ...

October 18, 2013 Read the entire article »

"Virginia Democrats Lose"

Washington Post calls it "somewhat of a rebuke" to the Democrat party. Of course had the decision gone the other way, it would have been a full-on rebuke of the Attorney General. Post coverage here. ...

October 18, 2013 Read the entire article »

Virginia Democrats Lose Injunction Motion on Voter Roll Cleanup

Today USDC judge Hilton granted the motion of Judicial Watch, et al., for leave to file as amici in Virginia Democratic Party vs. Virginia State Board of Elections. The hearing was also on the plaintiff's motion for preliminary injunction. The ...

October 18, 2013 Read the entire article »

Connecticut Democrat state rep accused of voter fraud

"Some voters are outraged after allegations surfaced into whether state representative Christina Ayala of Bridgeport has been involved in voter fraud. "The State Elections Enforcement Commission launched a criminal investigation revealing evid...

October 18, 2013 Read the entire article »

9th Circuit Reply Brief in Davis v. Guam

The reply brief in Davis v. Guam was just filed in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. Maj. Dave Davis is challenging the election (which is restricted by Chamorro ancestry) regarding Guam's political status. The brief alleges that racial exclusion vio...

October 18, 2013 Read the entire article »
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