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    An Election Integrity Victory in Mississippi

    There was a historic victory for election integrity on Wednesday: A federal court approved a consent decree in a lawsuit filed in Mississippi by the American Civil Rights Union (ACRU) that requires a local county to finally clean up its voter registration list. As The Foundry previously reported, the ACRU … More

    Morning Bell: 3 Things You Should Know About the Supreme Court and Voter ID

    Yesterday, the Supreme Court handed down one of its first major decisions of this term, striking down Arizona’s measure requiring proof of citizenship for voter registration. Media reports are already off base in interpreting this decision, says Heritage legal expert Hans von Spakovsky. Here are three things to know about … More

    SUPREME COURT DECISION | Keeping Noncitizens Out of the Polling Place

    The Supreme Court came down on the wrong side of election integrity on Monday when it ruled against an Arizona state law intended to keep noncitizens from disenfranchising other voters with their fraudulent votes. But the decision was limited in its scope and is not a complete loss, although it … More

    The ‘‘Right” to Vote of Felons and Noncitizens According to Activist Judges

    As we head into Election Day tomorrow, we should note that there were two decisions last week in federal courts of appeal that directly impact on the right to a secure and fair election, one good and one bad. In Johnson v. Tennessee, a three-judge panel of the U.S. Sixth … More