Judge Rejects Motion to Dismiss Broward County (FL) Case

ALEXANDRIA, VA (October 26, 2016) — An attempt by the George Soros-backed SEIU to dismiss the ACRU’s complaint against Florida’s second largest county for its corrupt voter rolls failed when a U.S. District judge denied the motion and ordered Broward officials to respond to the complaint.The ACRU sued the county in June based on evidence that the county has more people registered to vote than the number of citizen age-eligible residents, a violation of the National Voter Registration Act (“Motor Voter” Law), which requires accurate voter rolls.Read order. (PDF 92 KB)

2017-01-31T16:39:49-05:00January 31st, 2017|

Judge Rejects Dismissal, Grants ACRU Standing in Zavala County (TX) Case

SANDERSON, TEXAS (March 30, 2015) U.S. District Judge Alia Moses rejected a motion by Zavala County officials to reject standing for the ACRU and to dismiss the case. The ACRU sued the county under the National Voter Registration Act for having more registered voters than age-eligible citizens.Read the order. (PDF 229 KB)

2017-01-31T16:33:56-05:00January 31st, 2017|

Magistrate Grants ACRU Standing in Terrell County (TX) Case

SANDERSON, TEXAS (Feb. 3, 2015) U.S. District Judge Alia Moses rejected a motion to deny ACRU standing in its lawsuit against the county for having more registered voters than age-eligible citizens.Read report. (PDF 200)

2017-01-31T16:30:46-05:00January 31st, 2017|

ACRU v. Noxubee County (MS) — Consent Decree

JACKSON, MS. (January 25, 2017) — Election officials in Mississippi’s Noxubee County, long known for corrupt election practices, signed a court-approved consent decree on Jan. 24 with the American Civil Rights Union (ACRU), agreeing to clean up and maintain the county’s voter rolls. The ACRU had filed a lawsuit in November 2015 with evidence that the county had more registered voters than legally eligible residents and had not maintained its voter rolls as required by the National Voter Registration Act (Motor Voter Law). During at least three recent elections (2010, 2012 and 2014) the county had well over 100 percent registration rates. “This is the fourth Mississippi [...]

2017-01-25T16:05:50-05:00January 25th, 2017|

ACRU Files Complaint Against Broward County (FL)

Sunshine State's Second Largest County Has More than 100 Percent of Residents Registered to Vote. ALEXANDRIA, VA (June 28, 2016) --- The American Civil Rights Union (ACRU) has filed a lawsuit contending that officials in Broward County, Florida, have violated federal election law by failing to maintain accurate voter registration. "When a county has more people registered to vote than there are eligible residents, it's an open door for vote fraud," said ACRU Chairman/CEO Susan A. Carleson. "Corrupted voter rolls are the first step to vote fraud. Broward's Supervisor of Elections, Dr. Brenda Snipes, is not using all of the tools available to keep Florida elections clean." [...]

2016-06-27T16:08:55-04:00June 27th, 2016|

ACRU Files Complaint Against City of Philadelphia (PA)

ALEXANDRIA, VA (April 4, 2016) The American Civil Rights Union has sued the city of Philadelphia, alleging that it is violating the National Voter Registration Act. Read the complaint. (PDF 5.2MB)

2016-04-04T16:07:31-04:00April 4th, 2016|

ACRU Files Complaint Against Starr County (TX)

ALEXANDRIA, VA (March 7, 2016) — The American Civil Rights Union (ACRU) is suing Starr County over inflated voter rolls. In a complaint filed on March 4 in the U.S. District Court for the Southern Division of Texas, McAllen Division, in Rio Grande City, the ACRU alleges that more than 107 percent of the county’s age-eligible residents are registered to vote. Read complaint. (PDF 4.6 MB)

2016-03-07T16:05:54-05:00March 7th, 2016|

ACRU v. Zavala County (TX) — Settlement

SANDERSON, TEXAS (January 18, 2016) — The United States District Court in Del Rio, Texas, has entered a settlement requiring a Texas county to maintain clean voter rolls. Zavala County had more registered voters than age-eligible residents. The ACRU had sued the county under the National Voter Registration Act's Section 8. Read settlement. (PDF 397 KB)

2016-01-18T16:23:10-05:00January 18th, 2016|
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