Should the nation’s elections be restricted to American citizens?
Former Justice Department attorney J. Christian Adams hopes the Supreme Court will intervene in a case that could go a long way toward preventing confessed non-citizens from being able to register to vote
The voter turnout data in Kansas in the 2014 congressional midterm and 2012 presidential elections once again show that the claims by opponents of voter identification are wrong.
Local state government officials are registering non-U.S. citizens as valid voters - even when the non-citizens say they are not Americans on their voter registration forms.
A federal judge has ruled that the American Civil Rights Union has standing to sue Zavala County, Texas, over its inflated voter registrations.
Terrell County officials agree to abide by federal law and clean the voter registration rolls of deceased persons, former residents, and otherwise ineligible voters.
Lynch promises to be Eric Holder’s sequel, particularly when it comes to federal enforcement of civil rights laws.
Reforms to make voting more convenient have opened up opportunities to game system.
The Justice Department actually used your tax dollars to pay for an expert to introduce the turnout-doesn’t-matter-because-life-is-harder argument.