1/9: A case at the high court could have big implications for how aggressively states can remove voters from their rolls.
1/9: Much of the blame for the collapse of the commission appears to have originated from within the ranks of Trump’s own nominees to the blue ribbon panel.
1/9: The commission may be dissolved, but the mandate from mainstream Americans to protect the integrity of our elections remains.
1/4: Blaming “a knot of lawsuits” and “a wall of resistance” from Democratic election officials, ACRU Senior Fellow and Policy Board member J. Kenneth Blackwell said President Trump made “the right move” to scrap an advisory council he created to study election fraud in the United States.
1/4: The "Voters Without Borders" crowd has forfeited its seats at the table. How long did they think we would let them tie us up with meaningless lawsuits and stonewalling?
One Democrat on Trump's Electoral Integrity Commission Is Misleading the Public with Complaints About Its Work
We are saddened that Maine Secretary of State Matt Dunlap, our colleague on the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, has filed a widely-reported complaint against the commission.
This column by ACRU Policy Board member Hans von Spakovsky was published September 20, 2017 by The Daily Signal.If you have no idea what happened at the second meeting of President Donald Trump’s Advisory Commission on Election Integrity in New Hampshire on Sept. 12, I’m not surprised.Though a horde of reporters attended the meeting, almost all of the media stories that emerged from it simply repeated the progressive left’s mantra that the commission is a “sham.”Almost no one covered the substantive and very concerning testimony of 10 expert witnesses on the problems that exist in our voter registration and election system.The witnesses included academics, election lawyers, state [...]