A book by Tara Ross that outlines the importance of the Electoral College and why the Founding Fathers created one. Purchase the book here.
2/27: Starr County’s District Attorney testifies before the Texas Senate Select Committee on Election Security.
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?
Linda A. Kearns presents testimony on behalf of the ACRU to the Senate State Government and Transportation Committees on Noncitizen Registration and Voting.
ACRU Policy Board member J. Christian Adams testifies to the Senate State Government and Transportation Committees on Noncitizen Registration and Voting.
The county attorney says no names have been removed from the voter list amid a vote fraud investigation.
In 2017, at least four states – Kansas, Maryland, Texas and Virginia – considered proof of citizenship measures.
In a contested city election in which the local chapter of the NAACP is calling for an investigation into vote fraud, the police chief of Phenix City, Alabama said that at least 86 people voted using their business addresses instead of their residential addresses, including 15 who registered weeks or months before the election. He said this may have been a deliberate attempt to influence the outcome. Meanwhile, the Alabama Secretary of State said that officials don’t check whether addresses given by voters are for residences or businesses.