10/1: Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate called a recent ruling, allowing the state to demand voter ID, a victory for election integrity.
9/7: A new survey from the National Bureau of Economic Research has proven the Left's claims about voter ID laws are false.
9/4: A nonpartisan Texas Lyceum poll revealed that Texans are in favor of strong voter ID laws and increasing ballot access for legal voters.
8/23: North Dakota is asking a federal judge to throw out lawsuits from tribes, claiming they have no right to sue over the state's voter ID law.
8/23: Wyoming lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow Native Americans to use their tribal IDs as their voter ID cards.
8/13: President Trump has said that voter ID laws will play an integral part in securing US elections in 2020.
8/6: California is having problems with their Real ID program, aimed at eliminating voter fraud in the state.
8/6: Alabama has changed it's voting laws so that anyone applying for an absentee ballot must provide approved voter ID.
7/31: An appeals court ruled that North Dakota's voter ID laws don't discriminate against Native Americans in the state.
7/22: Though a lawsuit contesting North Carolina's voter ID law is still active, a panel of judges ruled the state could still use the law for the upcoming 2020 presidential elections.