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    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

    Voter Fraud in Missouri: Wrong Candidate Was Elected

    A guilty plea in a Kansas City, Missouri, voter fraud case this week illustrates something the U.S. Supreme Court pointed out when it upheld Indiana’s voter ID law in 2008: [F]lagrant examples of [voter] fraud…have been documented throughout this Nation’s history [and] occasional examples have surfaced in recent years that…demonstrate … More

    Wall Street Journal Profiles Heritage Scholar Hans von Spakovsky

    A stalwart advocate of election integrity and a formidable opponent of those seeking to subvert our nation’s electoral process, Hans von Spakovsky sat down with The Wall Street Journal’s James Taranto to share his experiences fighting to protect every citizen’s right to vote. In his capacity as a senior legal … More

    The Dangers of Close Elections

    With millions of Americans turning out to cast their ballots on Tuesday and the latest polling still showing a down-to-the-wire race, we should all hope that whichever candidate wins the presidential contest, he does so with a decisive and uncontestable margin. Otherwise, we could face contentious recounts, unprecedented litigation, and … More

    Voter Fraud: Who's Counting in the Upcoming Election?

    On Friday at noon, The Heritage Foundation will hold its second event in the Preserve the Constitution series when it hosts John Fund and me talking about our new book Who’s Counting? How Fraudsters and Bureaucrats Put Your Vote at Risk. With the pundits and pollsters predicting that the upcoming … More

    Serve Your Country by Working at the Polls in November

    I am often asked what an ordinary citizen can do in the upcoming election to make sure we have a fair, secure process. My number one recommendation: Work the polls in your city or county as an election officer. As John Fund and I outline in our book Who’s Counting? … More