Colorado ‘Selfie’ Bill Opens the Door to Vote-Buying and Election Fraud

We don’t need voters taking selfies in the voting booth. We need them making wise and secret decisions.

No, We Don’t Need National Voting Standards

The Constitution gives states the power to run their own elections.

Illegal Alien Voter Convicted in Texas is Tip of the Iceberg

You won’t hear much about Rosa Maria Ortega after this week.

Why the North Carolina Voter ID Case Matters

It’s actually an attempt to preserve the Voting Rights Act.

Election Integrity Can’t Wait

Election integrity cannot be delayed. The closer it gets to the next election, the more the Democrats will turn it into a political football.

The Obama Administration’s Ugly Legacy of Undermining American Electoral Integrity

By selectively enforcing the law, Obama’s DOJ hurt efforts to stamp out voter fraud.

John Fund and Hans von Spakovsky: Why Trump’s Probe of Voter Fraud is Long Overdue

The best argument for a real investigation into just how big voter fraud is stems from the refusal of the general public to believe the media’s claims it is insignificant.

Notorious Mississippi County to Clean Up Voter Rolls

Consent decree reached in lawsuit filed by the American Civil Rights Union over Noxubee County’s Corrupted Registration Records.

Fourth Circuit Upholds Virginia’s Voter-ID Law

In a loss for Hillary Clinton’s lawyer, the court dismissed the idea that the law is discriminatory or unconstitutional.

ACRU Asks Appeals Court to Restore Suit Against Philadelphia

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