A federal judge found that the island’s efforts to restrict voting to “native” residents violated the Constitution.
ACRU Policy Board member J. Christian Adams speaks to Fox News on voting corruption.
And Loretta Lynch and the NAACP are nowhere to be found.
Conservatives Score Two Voting Law Wins in Ohio and Virginia – but Could Those Victories Be Short Lived?
Politics, it seems, is always more important than what’s best for society and our communities.
ACRU's Charles Cooper sues over Virginia governor's felon voting order.
Proponents of automatic restoration of voting rights often conveniently ignore the fact that felons lose many other civil rights as well.
The complaint against Philadelphia is the first lawsuit the ACRU has brought in Pennsylvania under the NVRA.
The free-for-all boxing match among the EAC, the League of Women Voters, the NAACP, Kansas, and the DOJ resumed on Wednesday, March 9.
The latest actions of the DOJ seek to shield from discovery potential government misbehavior that could affect election outcomes.
Georgians who care about the U.S. Constitution should be alarmed about two bills being pushed through the state legislature.