Vote fraud endangers our democratic system. It's easy to commit and hard to detect, and no one knows for sure how often it occurs. But once it’s committed it can’t be undone.
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.
ACRU Chairman and CEO Susan Carleson sent a letter to Rep. Gregg Harper, chairman of the Committee on House Administration, thanking him for holding a hearing that highlighted the crucial issue of keeping voter lists accurate.
Elites and a disgraced attorney general tell us there is no serious problem with voter fraud.
Voter registration rolls are long overdue for the scrutiny they’re finally getting.
Comic delight follows when you are attacked by NBC in a story written by a former fact checker for Rolling Stone.
Ensuring the security of the American election process is a worthy goal for the Advisory Commission on Election Integrity.
The Washington Post gets the story wrong.
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)
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)