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Shock Claim: Florida County Has ‘Thousands’ of Voters Over Age 100

State’s second-most populous jurisdiction being sued in federal court for failure to maintain voter rolls.

Broward’s Voting Rolls Challenged by Conservative Group

Broward County could have thousands of ineligible voters on its rolls, increasing the risk of voter fraud, because its election officials don’t do enough to keep the lists accurate, according to the ACRU.

Western Values Are Superior

Intellectual elites argue that different cultures and their values are morally equivalent. That’s ludicrous.

Leaders Push Senate to Pass Bill to Protect Mid-East Christians

Statesmen and policy heavyweights called upon the Senate to vote on House-passed bill H.R. 390 to protect persecuted Christians in Iraq and Syria, at a reception honoring former Rep. Frank Wolf (R-VA).

Rooting Out Vote Fraud

Why the vote fraud panel frightens the left.

Trump Assembles Federal Commission to Investigate Voter Fraud

Members of this commission, including me, have already been subjected to vicious and defamatory personal attacks.

President Trump’s Voter Fraud Commission Meets, Smeared by Deniers

All it took to forget that civility was cool was for the President’s Commission on Election Integrity to hold their first meeting.

Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity

ACRU Senior Fellow and Policy Board member J. Kenneth Blackwell offers his opening remarks for the Election Integrity Commission.

Slavery

Too many people believe that slavery is a “peculiar institution.”

President’s Panel on Vote Fraud Appoints Third ACRU Policy Board Member

J. Christian Adams, a former prosecutor in the Justice Department’s Voting Section and American Civil Rights Union’s Policy Board member, has been appointed to the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity.