ACRU sued Broward County Election Supervisor Brenda Snipes in 2016 for not maintaing voter rolls, thus opening the door for fraud. She lost her job, and pro-vote integrity Pete Antonacci was appointed by then-Gov. Rick Scott. Florida’s upcoming primary is March 17th, and all (Irish and otherwise) eyes are on Broward. So far, it seems Antonacci has done all the right things to secure the county’s votes in anticipation of the national scrutiny that will be on Broward on November 3.
In 2016, ACRU successfully sued Starr County, Texas for not maintaining voter rolls. It in settlement with ACRU, the county agreed to implement critical action items to remove ineligible voters from its lists. Now, once again, “politiqueras” — campaign activists paid to collect mail-in ballots from people and “encourage” them to vote a certain way—are showing up. Since our lawsuit, Starr County officials are now diligently watching for fraud, and recently found some. They are getting tips and prosecuting offenders. Thumbs up to Starr County.
8/30: ACRU President Lori Roman explains how the ACRU's lawsuit spurred Broward County, Florida to begin cleaning their notoriously inaccurate voter rolls.
8/7: The ACRU sued Broward County’s election supervisor Brenda Snipes in 2016 for not adhering to federal law to keep accurate voter rolls.
5/30: ACRU supports the Second Amendment rights of New York City residents as the Supreme Court decides whether the New York City law criminalizing transport of registered guns outside the home is unconstitutional.
2/20: Civil rights group contends plaintiffs lack standing by failing to meet basic standards for action under the Constitution and voting rights law.
12/27: ACRU’s Policy Board member and senior fellow Ken Blackwell explains why Florida's election integrity problems have tarnished America's reputation and how ACRU is fighting to keep our elections safe.