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

By |2023-03-06T11:36:06-05:00August 2nd, 2022|

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.

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

By |2023-03-06T11:36:06-05:00August 2nd, 2022|

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.”

Hans von Spakovsky: Election audits should be required in every state after every election

By |2023-03-06T11:36:14-05:00July 7th, 2022|

Financial audits are standard practice in the business world. Election audits also should be standard practice in every state after every election. Audits would determine whether the election was administered honestly, fairly, accurately and in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.Yet audits of election agencies, procedures and systems are almost nonexistent in America. The very concept of comprehensive election audits has been criticized and opposed by some election officials and even by the current U.S. Department of Justice.

Blackwell: Supreme Court Turned the Tide in Election Integrity War

By |2023-03-06T12:05:41-05:00July 8th, 2021|

Election integrity recently won a pivotal battle against an attempt by Democrats to hijack the Voting Rights Act of 1965 (VRA) for partisan reasons. They failed when the Supreme Court in Brnovich v. DNC laid a foundation to restore Americans’ confidence in their elections so that everywhere in this nation it can be easy to vote, but hard to cheat.

Supreme Court Upholds Arizona Voting Law, Hands Democrats a Big Loss

By |2023-03-06T12:05:43-05:00July 1st, 2021|

BREAKING NEWS: In 6-3 ruling, SCOTUS upholds two Arizona voting provisions: a ban on so-called "ballot harvesting," and a policy that throws out an entire ballot if it was cast in the wrong precinct. Challengers argued that both provisions discriminate against minority voters.


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