Von Spakovsky: Voter Fraud Cases Continue to Occur

We recently added nine new cases to the Heritage Election Fraud Database, bringing the total number of entries of proven instances of voter fraud in the database to 1,374. The mounting collection of cases continue to disprove the narrative that voter fraud is not real and that further election integrity measures are not needed.

Arizona Supreme Court Election Integrity Wins over Soros Ballot Measure

Supporters for election integrity scored a major victory Friday when the Arizona Supreme Court held that Proposition 210 — a ballot initiative to undo Arizona’s new election integrity law, financed with George Soros’s money — cannot be on the November ballot due to a lack of valid signatures.

Starbucks asks labor board to suspend mail-in ballot union elections, alleging misconduct in voting process

When you disagree with the anticipated results, you flip-flop to complain about integrity issues with mail-in voting...Starbucks is asking the federal labor board to suspend all mail-in ballot union elections nationwide, alleging misconduct in the voting process by the board's personnel and the union organizing its baristas.

By |2022-09-02T18:08:36-04:00August 30, 2022|Elections, News, Vote Fraud|

Von Spakovsky: Census Bureau Admits Overcounting 7 Blue States, Just 1 Red State

In a shocking report, the U.S. Census Bureau recently admitted that it overcounted the populations of eight states and undercounted the populations of six states in the 2020 census. All but one of the states overcounted is a blue state, and all but one of the undercounted states is red.

By |2022-09-02T18:09:03-04:00August 25, 2022|ACRU Commentary, Elections, OPED|

Election Integrity Experts Hopeful about the 2022 Midterms

A common refrain in politics has always been, “If you don’t like how the country is being run, make your voice heard in the next election” (or some variation thereof). But after serious voting irregularities surfaced during the 2020 presidential election, causing widespread concern over the validity of the results, many Americans are approaching the 2022 midterm elections with a nagging pit in their stomachs: What if mine and the voices of millions of my fellow citizens are rendered silent by voter fraud?

By |2022-09-02T18:09:29-04:00August 24, 2022|Elections, News, Vote Fraud|

Von Spakovsky: Ahead of Midterms, 14 States Improve Election Integrity Laws

With primaries underway and with midterms and other fall ballot contests looming, multiple states are demonstrating a commitment to ensuring that their elections remain worthy of public confidence.

By |2022-08-20T11:25:28-04:00August 20, 2022|ACRU Commentary, Elections, OPED, Vote Fraud|

von Spakovsky: Non-citizens voting in California: Judge says no, even in left-wing state

Sometimes, common sense can prevail – even in far-out California. Last week, California Superior Court Judge Richard B. Ulmer Jr. ruled that only U.S. citizens have the right to vote. In this, he echoed an earlier ruling by the New York Supreme Court.

The Latest Federal Takeover of Elections Violates Federal Law

Democrats haven’t stopped trying to take over elections, they just have new tactics to do so under voters’ noses.Employees throughout the federal government who are carrying out President Joe Biden’s executive order directing them to get involved in state elections are likely all violating the Anti-Deficiency Act, besides interfering in the election process and using federal resources in what seems to be a get-out-the-vote operation for the party in power in the White House.

Media Availability: Ambassador Ken Blackwell — The Most Despicable Vote Fraud

Attorney General and American Constitutional Rights Union director Edwin Meese III and Ambassador and ACRU board member J. Kenneth Blackwell warn against rampant abuse of our country’s most vulnerable voters — senior citizens. Since the ACRU launched its Protect Vulnerable Voters initiative, troubling reports of vulnerable voter abuse have streamed in.

By |2022-08-02T16:21:21-04:00August 2, 2022|Elections, Press Releases, Vote Fraud, Vulnerable Voters|

Moore v. Harper and Marc Elias’s Curious Idea of ‘Democracy’

Marc Elias, the leading Democratic election lawyer, complains that “a dangerous theory will have its day in court” this fall. That’s rich—he was instrumental in bringing it there by litigating the case that raises it. But his dire warnings have attracted plenty of support. The headline of a Washington Post op-ed by a trio of legal scholars blares the threat of a “body blow to our democracy.”

By |2022-08-02T14:41:29-04:00August 2, 2022|Elections, News, Voting Fraud News|

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