ACRU Litigation

Complaints

ACRU’s Complaint against Broward County, Florida

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 [...]

ACRU’s Complaint against Starr County, Texas

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 [...]

Rulings

American Constitutional Rights Union Celebrates SCOTUS Decision Protecting Election Integrity

The American Constitutional Rights Union (ACRU) applauds a 6-3 ruling of the Supreme Court re-affirming states’ authority to manage their own elections and protect the integrity of their residents’ most fundamental right — voting. ACRU submitted an amicus brief in support of Arizona’s voting integrity measures. “Free and fair elections is a fundamental principle we must protect,” notes ACRU President Lori Roman. “Why does the left continue to oppose the basic election integrity tenet of ‘Easy to vote, hard to cheat?’ We’re pleased the Supreme Court has taken a stand to preserve one of our most fundamental rights.”

  • Dr. Brenda Snipes

It takes a Lawsuit to Clean a Village

Election officials are required by state and federal law to clear voter rolls of voters who are deceased, ineligible to vote or moved to another jurisdiction. Read the August 10, 2019 article on Townhall

Consent Decrees

ACRU v. Zavala County, Texas — 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 [...]

ACRU v. Jefferson Davis County — Consent Decree

HATTIESBURG, MS (Oct. 18, 2013) —- Jefferson Davis County, Mississippi officials have signed a consent decree agreeing to clean up voter rolls in accordance with a lawsuit filed in April 2013 by the American Civil [...]

ACRU v. Walthall County — Consent Decree

HATTIESBURG, MS (Sept. 4, 2013) — Walthall County, Mississippi officials were sued in April by the American Civil Rights Union (ACRU) under the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 (“Motor Voter”) for having more registered [...]

ACRU v. Noxubee County — 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 [...]

Litigation News

American Constitutional Rights Union Celebrates SCOTUS Decision Protecting Election Integrity

The American Constitutional Rights Union (ACRU) applauds a 6-3 ruling of the Supreme Court re-affirming states’ authority to manage their own elections and protect the integrity of their residents’ most fundamental right — voting. ACRU submitted an amicus brief in support of Arizona’s voting integrity measures. “Free and fair elections is a fundamental principle we must protect,” notes ACRU President Lori Roman. “Why does the left continue to oppose the basic election integrity tenet of ‘Easy to vote, hard to cheat?’ We’re pleased the Supreme Court has taken a stand to preserve one of our most fundamental rights.”

  • Voter Fraud in Florida

ACRU lawsuit still making a difference in Broward County

ACRU sued Broward County Election Supervisor Brenda Snipes in 2016 for not maintaining voter rolls, thus opening the door for fraud. She lost her job, and pro-vote integrity Pete Antonacci was appointed by then-Gov. Rick Scott. Florida’s upcoming primary is March 17th, and all (Irish and otherwise) eyes are on Broward. So far, it seems Antonacci has done all the right things to secure the county’s votes in anticipation of the national scrutiny that will be on Broward on November 3.

  • Dr. Brenda Snipes

It takes a Lawsuit to Clean a Village

Election officials are required by state and federal law to clear voter rolls of voters who are deceased, ineligible to vote or moved to another jurisdiction. Read the August 10, 2019 article on Townhall