When it comes to fighting against universal mail-only ballots, ACRU is a purposeful broken record. We have noted repeatedly these ballots go to 1. The deceased. 2. People who moved. 3. Non-citizens. In Michigan, hundreds returned universal ballot applications that went to 1. The deceased. 2. People who moved. 3. Non-citizens. Addresses don’t vote, and politicians don’t listen.
9/18: Louisiana Democrats charge that Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin has not addressed cybersecurity concerns, weakening the state's election security.
9/12: Jerry Lundergan and Dale Emmons were found guilty on all counts of campaign finance fraud they were charged with in a case revolving around the election of Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes.
9/10: Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose's office is defending the decision to purge thousands of voters on rolls in Ohio.
8/23: The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals delivered a blow to the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact by ruling that it was unconstitutional to force electors to vote for a candidate.
8/22: The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver ruled that the Colorado secretary of state has the right to replace electors, which threatens the Electoral College.
8/1: Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose has implemented the Registration Reset List, which will hopefully help clean voter rolls in the state.
8/1: Connecticut’s Secretary of State, Denise Merrill, discusses how the state is working to ensure election security for the 2020 elections.
7/30: Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announced the installation of a $107 million voting system, which includes a paper ballot checking system.
5/27: Texas Secretary of State David Whitley resigned amid accusations that his office's attempted voter roll purge incorrectly questioned 100,000 Texans' citizenship status.