If ever there were an election that proved the importance of accurate voter rolls, it was Virginia's on Nov. 7.
Vote fraud endangers our democratic system. It's easy to commit and hard to detect, and no one knows for sure how often it occurs. But once it’s committed it can’t be undone.
The voter rolls of Broward County in the swing state of Florida are bloated with deceased and other dormant voters, making them an enticing target for Russian hackers or anyone else intent on manipulating American elections.
No credible evidence has been produced.
According to a Philadelphia elections official, hundreds of individuals who are not U.S. citizens have registered to vote in Philadelphia and nearly half of them voted in past elections.
Data from New Hampshire shows how fraud at the ballot box is alive and well.
Newly available data is casting doubt on the integrity of the presidential election in New Hampshire in 2016.
After a few weeks of pre-packaged tweets designed to push me to quit the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, I’m reminded why the commission is so important and timely.
A veteran Democrat chief election official in Florida has conceded in court that noncitizens and felons possibly voted, in a case that could have national implications for how localities clean up voter rolls.
Some judges are determined to strike down election integrity laws, no matter what.