Reports

Arizona: Majority of Registrants Cancelled Due to Foreign Nationality in Tucson Came from Partisan Voter Drives

400+ Cancellations for Citizenship in Pima, Maricopa Counties Since 2015 SIX Were Credited for Voting in Tucson in 2022 Midterms February 2024 – Since 2021, government records show 186 voter registrants were “involuntarily purged” for citizenship issues in Pima...

Milwaukee District Attorney Refused 354 Referrals for Potential Illegal Voting Since 2020

When Same-Day Voter Registrants are Suspected of Fraud, Votes Still Count December 2023 – Since November 2020, the Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm has refused to review at least 354 referrals for potentially unlawful same-day voter registrations,...

Motor Voter at 30: North Carolina’s Noncitizen Problem

Motor Voter is the Cause & Barrier to Stopping Noncitizen Voting June 2023 -- After 30 years under the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) or “Motor Voter,” the unintended consequences of the law are clear in North Carolina: it has never been easier to register...
California Rejected 226K Mail Ballots in 2022 Elections

California Rejected 226K Mail Ballots in 2022 Elections

10 Million Mail Ballots Unaccounted for in Nov. Midterms January 2023 – Significant numbers of mail ballots were rejected during California’s first year into its mass-mail balloting. During the 2022 primary and general elections 226,250 mail ballots were rejected by...

788 American Elections (and Counting) Ended in Ties, Close Results

788 American Elections (and Counting) Ended in Ties, Close Results

“Please, God, please – let it be a landslide.” – Election Administrator’s Prayer November 2022 – The Public Interest Legal Foundation’s running tally of tied and close vote elections continues to grow. One vote matters. Sometimes, that one vote arrives (or is found)...

4 Things to Dislike about Ranked Choice Voting

4 Things to Dislike about Ranked Choice Voting

RCV Converts Elections into a Consensus-Gathering Exercise October 2022 – Many Americans first came into contact with the concept of Ranked Choice Voting (RCV) only months ago when former Alaska Governor and VP nominee Sarah Palin lost a special congressional...

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