Donald Trump, screenshot via 60 Minutes

Trump claims widespread voter fraud, seems unclear on details

Facebook Tweet Reddit
“You have people, in my opinion, that are voting many, many times.”
Vote via Shutterstock

GOP election official tries to prove voter fraud vulnerabilities, violates voters’ privacy in the process

Facebook Tweet Reddit
You don’t get to break the law in order to prove the law was broken.
Mark Obenshain.

Virginia election officials don’t know how Virginia’s photo ID law works, causing confusion at the polls

Facebook Tweet Reddit
When the governor is illegally questioned over his address at his polling place, you’ve got problems.
Voting booth via Shutterstock

Voter fraud case triaged by local prosecutor because it doesn’t matter

Facebook Tweet Reddit
They quite literally have more important things to do.
Kris Kobach, via Wikimedia Commons

Kansas Secretary of State Kobach thinks he’s found some voter fraud…enough to count on one hand

Facebook Tweet Reddit
A whole lot of disenfranchisement to go after three people.
Hans von Spakovsky, via LBJ Foundation / Flickr

Hans von Spakovsky turns absentee ballot fraud into something it isn’t

Facebook Tweet Reddit
Photo ID requirements don’t prevent absentee ballot fraud, which is prohibitively difficult to mass-produce.
Selfie, via Wikimedia Commons

Court overturns New Hampshire’s ban on selfies in the polling booth, undermines secret ballot

Facebook Tweet Reddit
Rick Hasen is right: Selfies are a threat to democracy.
Kris Kobach, via Wikimedia Commons

Kansas Secretary of State Kobach wants to purge 30,0000 voters because he can

Facebook Tweet Reddit
Kris Kobach isn’t anti-voter fraud. He’s just anti-voting.
Voting machine, via Wikimedia Commons

A mathematician may have uncovered widespread election fraud, and Kansas is trying to silence her

Facebook Tweet Reddit
Kansas talks a big game about the integrity of its elections, apparently with no interest in following through.

Missouri green-lights petition to put photo ID in the state’s constitution

Facebook Tweet Reddit
Missouri’s Supreme Court ruled photo ID requirements unconstitutional in 2006.
Anti-voter ID protest, via Creative Common

Kansas’s new voter fraud website ignores the types of voter fraud that actually happen in Kansas

Facebook Tweet Reddit
Voter fraud is less common than UFO sightings and human lightning strikes.
Voting rights protest, via Michael Fleshman / Flickr

On voter ID, polls and isolated incidents don’t matter

Facebook Tweet Reddit
Just because the public has an opinion doesn’t mean that opinion’s legal.
Alabama, via Shutterstock

Alabama Republicans try, fail to pass double-photo ID requirement for absentee voting

Facebook Tweet Reddit
A rare non-loss for voting rights in Alabama.
© 2016 AMERICAblog News. All rights reserved. · Entries RSS