5/17: ACRU Policy Board Member J. Christian Adams explains why the controversial New Hampshire voter laws are perfectly reasonable.
Let’s get another thing straight: voter ID does not prevent aliens from registering and voting.
In a loss for Hillary Clinton’s lawyer, the court dismissed the idea that the law is discriminatory or unconstitutional.
The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld Ohio’s election reform law, but courts have struck down voter photo ID laws in four states, and proof-of-citizenship laws in three states.
We have no idea how many other non-citizens remain undetected in the voter rolls of Virginia, where the state takes no steps of any kind to verify the citizenship status of voter registrants.
They should talk to Chris Matthews and travel to Philly.
No, state’s pending legislation will damage election integrity.
Diluting the votes of ordinary citizens of New York City is fundamentally unfair. It encourages contempt for both the law and our election process.