Kris Kobach is at it again, claiming he’s found “proof” of large scale voter fraud.
The White House’s controversial voting commission is looking to focus at its second in-person meeting on the issue of voter confidence.
New York removed inactive but eligible voters from poll books in violation of federal voting law, a new lawsuit alleges. It claims millions more New Yorkers could be disenfranchised next year without court action.
Texas’s on-again off-again voter ID law is back in effect — for now.
We may be set for a test of whether campaign finance laws still have any teeth left at all. And it’s all thanks to Kid Rock.
A top House Democrat has introduced a measure that would defund the White House’s controversial voting commission, calling it a “charade” designed to make voting harder.
As automatic voter registration has gathered momentum — Illinois this week became the tenth state to adopt the system, all since 2015 — those opposed to expanding voting access have struggled to come up with arguments against it.