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Lois Lerner Runs, But She Can't Hide

What is Lois Lerner hiding? The American people deserve answers, but she isn't supplying them. Nine months after she took the Fifth and refused to testify in the IRS abuse scandal, IRS chief Lois Lerner took the Fifth again. Lerner refused to answer ...

November 15, 2013 Read the entire article »

"Thought Tom Perez was Radical? Meet Debo Adegbile"

PJ Tatler on the new Civil Rights Division nominee. ...

November 15, 2013 Read the entire article »

Restoration Weekend Panel Saturday

Thrilled to be on a panel with Cleta Mitchell and Catherine Englebrecht at David Horowitz's Restoration Weekend Saturday. We'll be talking about abuses of power at the DOJ and all sorts of other election law related matters. The full lineup for the w...

November 14, 2013 Read the entire article »
November 14, 2013 Read the entire article »

Ohio Voter Fraud Indictment for Double Voting in 2012 Election

An indictment for voter fraud was handed down yesterday. Notice the expansive coverage devoted to the issue at the Medina Gazette. ...

November 14, 2013 Read the entire article »

PJ Media and my reading list.

PJ Media is doing a feature at the Freedom Academy of various columnist's reading lists and recommended books, including Jonah Goldberg and Andy McCarthy. These are books that we recommend for a variety of reasons. People can put up their own readin...

November 13, 2013 Read the entire article »
November 13, 2013 Read the entire article »

Latest from Virginia AG Race

 Washington Post. ...

November 12, 2013 Read the entire article »

"Voter ID Safeguards Voting"

Much Ado at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. ...

November 12, 2013 Read the entire article »

Fraudster Obamcare Navigators Registering Voters

James O'Keefe strikes again, and catches Obamacare navigators on video, including navigators from the National Urban League, engaged in all sorts of dishonesty. Fund has the story and video. ...

November 12, 2013 Read the entire article »

The Sloppy DOJ NC Voter ID Complaint

I'll be talking about the sloppy DOJ complaint in the North Carolina Voter ID (et al) case on Tuesday November 12 at the Cardinal Club in Raleigh at noon and at Wake Forest Law School at 7pm. Both events sponsored by the Federalist Society. The slop...

November 11, 2013 Read the entire article »

Reversing Course on Voter ID at the Dallas Observer

Link here."All this year the consistent narrative for the Texas voter photo I.D. law has been that photo I.D. is a Republican conspiracy to keep Democrats like me from voting. August personages of the political realm, like Dallas Congresswoman Eddie ...

November 11, 2013 Read the entire article »

“The Voter-ID ‘Dent’ That Wasn’t”

  National Review noticessomething missing from the recent New York Times article headlined “Texas’ Stringent Voter ID Law Makes a Dent at the Polls” – the “dent,” or any other “detrimental effects of Texas’ new voter-ID law at this week’s polls...

November 10, 2013 Read the entire article »

Dallas Democrat surprised he wasn’t “suppressed” by Voter ID

The Republicans have passed a law against stealing Twinkies, and our defense is going to be that we were only stealing Ding-Dongs?   A Texas voter finds voter ID is not a “conspiracy” to “suppress” his vote after all, but a fair way to ensure th...

November 9, 2013 Read the entire article »

"Biggest Winner of Election Day? Voter ID Laws"

“With robust early voting forecasting a strong turnout, the roll-out of Texas’ new law requiring voters to present a photo ID appeared to be going as smooth as silk Tuesday.” Link. ...

November 9, 2013 Read the entire article »

Whig Elected in Philly

 Story here. ...

November 8, 2013 Read the entire article »

Virginia Election Far From Over

I spent yesterday working on the canvass in the Virginia election (something that those who write about election law ought to try sometime so as to get a real world experience of the process). The process isn't pretty. For example, voters who comple...

November 8, 2013 Read the entire article »

Details on North Carolina Appearances Next Week

I am speaking in Raleigh and Wake Forest Law School next week November 12, and CLE credit is available. The topic will be the new North Carolina election laws, Voter ID and the DOJ attack on them. The Raleigh event is at the Cardinal Club at noon an...

November 8, 2013 Read the entire article »

"Voter Fraud? Over 1,000 Broward County Voters Claim to Live at Florida UPS Stores"

As Florida’s efforts to comply with NVRA-mandated voter roll maintenance continue to be demonized as "disenfranchisement," Media Trackers reports hundreds of people are illegally registered and voting in just one Florid...

November 7, 2013 Read the entire article »

"Attorney general cliffhanger puts VA provisional ballots to test Friday"

"True the Vote, an election watchdog group, said it is “keeping a close eye on counties like Chesterfield that refused to follow (state) guidelines and remove duplicate voter registrations ahead of the election.” Chesterfield, south of Richmond, was ...

November 7, 2013 Read the entire article »
November 7, 2013 Read the entire article »

Only “35% Think U.S. Elections Are Fair”

Rasmussen reports on the dismal level of public confidence in our elections. ...

November 7, 2013 Read the entire article »

ACLU and LULAC lawyers in federal court fighting Wisconsin Voter ID

“A federal hearing over Wisconsin's voter-ID law began Monday with several minority witnesses, many of whom said their efforts to obtain a state-issued ID were met with bureaucratic obstacles that took time, money and legal assistance to overcome.” ...

November 7, 2013 Read the entire article »

Last Minute GOTV Effort Comes Up Short in Effort to Elect Muslim Mayor

DOJ sent monitors to Hamtramck. The outcome from the Detroit News: Hamtramck Mayor Karen Majewski won a narrow re-election Tuesday, a day after a last-minute rush of nearly 200 voters filled out absentee ballots. Majewski received 52 percent of...

November 7, 2013 Read the entire article »
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