election integrity

Democrats’ sudden concern for election integrity

J. Christian Adams, Washington Times

The question is not whether the Russians attacked our systems. We must instead ask ourselves if we are willing to hold states accountable in combating integrity threats from within with equal zeal as those on the outside. If the day comes when a hacker attacks a dirty voter roll, how will a clerk even know something is amiss?

Why Obama Is Staying In Washington

Obama’s decision to stay in DC was simple; he’s staying around to stagemanage the continuation of the Soros-funded racial polarization of America and to focus those efforts where they will stifle election integrity efforts and make Eric Holder’s job at the National Democratic Redistricting Committee that much easier.

The Obama-Clinton Coup: DHS To Takeover Elections?

When Democrats start talking about a federal takeover of the collecting, tallying and reporting of votes in the presidential election we starting thinking of what Tammany Hall’s infamous Boss William Marcy Tweed once said: "As long as I count the votes, what are you going to do about it?"

Texas Vote Fraud Investigations: Democrats Plan For It To Happen Everywhere

Just a few weeks ago a federal court knocked down Texas' voter ID law, making the absurd claim that it wasn't necessary because there wasn't any fraud in Texas elections. And the very next day we learned that there were apparently nearly 1,800 more votes cast in Hill County, Texas than there were voters.

A Big Win for Electoral Integrity

Hans von Spakovsky, National Review

District of Columbia federal district court Judge Richard Leon just issued an order denying the request by the NAACP, the League of Women Voters, and the U.S. Justice Department for a temporary restraining order (TRO). Thus, there will be no TRO preventing the U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC) from instructing residents of Alabama, Georgia, and Kansas that they must comply with state laws requiring proof-of-citizenship when they register to vote.