1/30: A school district employee in a Texas border county was arrested for allegedly filling out applications on behalf of other voters.
On Nov. 25, the New York Times ran an article by Michael Wines citing the ACRU that examines the nationwide battle over cleaning up voter rolls.
Maine Secretary of State Matt Dunlap has falsely accused the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity of leaving him out of the process, according to fellow commissioner and ACRU Policy Board member J. Christian Adams on Fox & Friends.
Conservative watchdog groups in several states have filed suit to seek more aggressive action to remove ineligible voters from election rolls, while liberal advocacy and voting rights groups have filed lawsuits of their own.
Hawaii’s Actions “Brazenly” Violate 15th Amendment, Brief StatesALEXANDRIA, VA (Nov. 24, 2015) — An emergency injunction is needed to stop a race-based election now underway in Hawaii and ending Nov. 30, a brief filed today at the U.S. Supreme Court by the American Civil Rights Union argues.“The government has been operating a brazenly racially based voter registration process,” the brief states. Submitted on behalf of the ACRU by the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF), the brief in Akina, et al. v. State of Hawaii notes that this is the second time that Hawaii has conducted a racially exclusionary election. The last time, appeals courts did not have [...]