Category Archive: USA/World Election Law News

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The Dirty Politics of Suppressing Military Voters

(Raleigh, NC)—NOV 18, 2013—While the Voter Integrity Project strives to conduct our electoral analysis in a non-partisan way, we have to expose loopholes that are devised to help one side slaughter the other; and nothing illustrates this better than Department of Justice efforts to suppress military voters. But don’t take my word when their own …

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VIP-NC response to SCOTUS’ ruling on Section 5

We hope today’s ruling will spur our Legislature to turn House Bill 589 into a voter ID law that might actually prevent election fraud, since the current version will not. – (For details on why the current version is too weak to prevent systematic election fraud, please visit our PAC site,

VIP-NC response to SCOTUS ruling on AZ citizenship requirements

The Supreme Court of the US (SCOTUS) ruled this morning that Arizona could not add requirements to the 1993 National Voter Registration Act (also called “Motor Voter”) that would force applicants to provide proof of citizenship when attempting to register with the federal voter registration form. Many voter integrity supporters will be shocked to note …

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Interstate voter roll sharing will reduce one type of election fraud.

(Raleigh, NC)—APR 22, 2013—A little over a month ago, the Voter Integrity Project of NC made national news for disclosing the results of their investigation in cooperation with both the Florida Secretary of State’s office and the NC State Board of Elections. The effort resulted in the NC SBOE agreeing to refer five NC voters …

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Democracy dies quietly in Virginia

On Killing *Effective* Voter ID Laws Journal Entry—APR 5, 2013—With apologies to the late, Hunter S. Thompson, it’s time to write an obituary for free elections in Virginia, with the headline, “Democracy dies quietly in Virginia.” We fear that North Carolina is close behind our northern neighbor. Last week Virginia’s, Republican Governor Bob McDonnell paved …

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Minnesota’s Election Day voter registration challenged in court

While a constitutional amendment to require voters to show photo identification at the polls has dominated headlines these days, a separate court case challenging Minnesota’s same-day voter registration rules was heard in federal court Friday. In their lawsuit, the Minnesota Voters Alliance, the Minnesota Freedom Council and others argue that the state should determine whether …

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Feds OK Florida’s access to citizens list, Scott declares ‘victory’ for voters

Florida GOP Gov. Rick Scott on Saturday lauded the Obama administration’s new announcement that gives the state access to a federal database, but he also called the standoff-ending decision a “significant victory” for Florida. The database, known as SAVE, is a list of resident non-citizens maintained by the agency and would help the state to …

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