Thanks to ACRU Policy Board Member Hans von Spakovsky and Kaitlynn Samalis-Aldrich, a researcher at the Meese Center (founded by ACRU Board Member Ed Meese,) for doubling up on this great article about double voting. Listing numerous recent, demonstrable cases of double voting in several states, they note in particular a history of double voting in Ohio, a state where 56 elections between 2013 - 2017 resulted in a tie vote and 86 were decided by only one vote. There are a lot of cases of double voting that we know about —how many do we not? Voter ID matters. Matching your face to your name to your ballot is a simple fix and the only reason we can think anyone would be against it would be to encourage cheating.
A Rockingham County jury has found Atkinson resident Robert Bell [...]
10/3: Richard John Greenfield pleaded guilty to voting in both Arizona and Nevada during the 2016 election.
9/19: North Carolina's embattled Bladen County is facing new voter fraud claims, with double voting reported in the re-election.
8/22: Tucson resident Randy Allen Jumper was charged with voting twice in the 2016 election.
8/12: Accounting firm Ernst & Young revealed that the DMV wasn't the only branch of California government to blame for the disastrous motor voter program that resulted in thousands of double registrations.
8/2: Many voters in King County, Washington reported that they were sent two ballots in the mail instead of one, which points to a glitch in the new VoteWA program.
6/19: Charles Eugene Cartier Jr. was arrested for voting twice in the 2016 Presidential elections.
6/18: Republican State Sen. Gerald Cardinale used Louis Stellato's confirmation hearing to ask the candidate about double voting in the state.
6/11: Lawmakers are hedging on fixing a loophole in California law that allows double voting.