“You have people, in my opinion, that are voting many, many times.”
You don’t get to break the law in order to prove the law was broken.
When the governor is illegally questioned over his address at his polling place, you’ve got problems.
They quite literally have more important things to do.
A whole lot of disenfranchisement to go after three people.
Photo ID requirements don’t prevent absentee ballot fraud, which is prohibitively difficult to mass-produce.
Rick Hasen is right: Selfies are a threat to democracy.
Kris Kobach isn’t anti-voter fraud. He’s just anti-voting.
Kansas talks a big game about the integrity of its elections, apparently with no interest in following through.
Missouri’s Supreme Court ruled photo ID requirements unconstitutional in 2006.
Voter fraud is less common than UFO sightings and human lightning strikes.
Just because the public has an opinion doesn’t mean that opinion’s legal.
A rare non-loss for voting rights in Alabama.