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There are four important things to know about a recent Public Interest Legal Foundation paper on alleged non-citizens on voter rolls in New Jersey.
Heightening the controversy surrounding the Commission, one of those invited to testify at Tuesday’s meeting is John Lott, a figure unfamiliar to those who study elections, but well-known in other circles for his controversial gun policy research.
A Breitbart op-ed charged a stolen New Hampshire election. Oops!
After his henchmen droned on about how the commission has no preconceived notions, Trump cut through the cant and commanded them to bring him the dirt.
Even before the microphones are turned on, the White House’s new voter fraud commission has already done significant damage to American democracy.
Domestic voter fraud isn’t a real threat. Hackers from overseas are.
Some states laws just flatly prohibit release of some of the information. Guess which state prohibits the release of voters’ Social Security information? Kris Kobach’s Kansas.
If he really wants to bolster public confidence in the integrity of elections, he can step down from Trump’s commission, run for governor, and let the voters decide.
Amid the crisis precipitated by President Trump’s firing of FBI Director James B. Comey, the White House on Thursday announced the launch of a new investigative commission on election integrity.
Friday, after months of innuendo and exaggeration, President Trump signed an executive order to create a commission to look at "election integrity."