No conversation about election integrity is complete without understanding the full picture of how Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg strategically bankrolled and staffed local government election offices.
College Board included a section in its current Advanced Placement U.S. government practice test that requires students to condemn voter ID laws as racially biased.
New documents represent the Biden administration’s latest attempt to squelch investigations into irregularities, silence critics of the 2020 election, and cement free-for-all voting ‘procedures.’
A new poll indicates that four in five Americans are in favor of people having to show voter identification to vote in elections.
Led by Florida Rep. Byron Donalds, Republicans are putting forth a bill to address voter security in elections moving forward.
Judge-Executive David Voegele in Oldham County, Kentucky, wrote a letter calling out Coca-Cola for malfeasance and demanded the removal of its products.
Here are just some of the unconstitutional, absurd, nakedly partisan, and crime-indulging provisions in this bill that 220 House Democrats voted for.
In the 2017 letter, the experts called on Congress and states to address vulnerabilities in U.S. election processes. Now they say there were no election problems.
The chaos we’re witnessing was the plan all along, carefully orchestrated by Pennsylvania Democrats, including the governor, party activists, and the state Supreme Court.
The commonwealth’s supreme court ruled that ballots submitted by mail may not be rejected because of signature mismatches between the ballot and the voter registry.
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