Spakovsky: Felons Should Lose Voting Rights

4/8: ACRU Policy Board Member Hans von Spakovsky and Roger Clegg explain why felons should not have their voting rights restored so easily.

What GOP Must Learn from the 12 Reasons Virginia Went Democrat in 2017

Much of the commentary on Election Day 2017 is misinformed or only half of the picture.

The ACLU’s Army of Ex-Cons

Former prison inmates canvass voters and press for the ACLU’s radical agenda.

Philadelphia’s Felonious Franchise

Philadelphia election officials refuse to clean up their voter registration records despite an ACRU lawsuit that has revealed the listing of ineligible voters such as convicted felons and non-citizens.

Criminals Who Appear to Be Voters

Even those still serving time can be found on Philadelphia’s voting rolls.

Voter Fraud Oughta be a Crime

Undermines fair and honest elections

The Left’s Felony Assault on Voting

It will be up to Congress to fix this mess and amend the 24-year-old Motor Voter law. Reforming ObamaCare will feel like a walk in the park by comparison, but the stakes are just as high.

ACRU Asks Appeals Court to Restore Suit Against Philadelphia

City Ignores Federal Law, Keeps Thousands of Felons on Voter Rolls.

Felons Shouldn’t Get Automatic Voting Rights

Felons should be allowed to vote, but not until they have proven they are now willing to abide by society’s rules.

In Historic Move, Virginia Legislators File Contempt Motion Against McAuliffe Over Felon Voting

I’ve been a lawyer for a long time and I can’t ever remember seeing a motion filed to hold a governor in contempt.