Sessions will recuse himself from Clinton-related investigations if confirmed as attorney general Jan. 10, 2017, 11:05 a.m. This is our look at President-elect Donald Trump's transition and the outgoing Obama administration: Sessions will recuse himself from matters involving Hillary Clinton as...
Back in July, the Fourth Circuit struck down North Carolina’s “monster” voting law, a law which among other things imposed a strict voter id requirement (later watered down in the face of litigation), cutback early voting, killed same day voter … Continue reading ?
Three weeks before the 2016 election, Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate pushed back hard on the idea that the vote could be “rigged.” At the time, the rumor of an unfair vote was being stoked by Donald Trump, the presidential nominee of Pate's party, who was solidly ahead in Iowa polls. Anyone worried about […]
Iowa’s secretary of state is calling for voter ID requirements despite any evidence that voter fraud is a problem in Iowa or across the country. Secretary of State Paul Pate, a Republican, said in a speech Thursday that all Iowa voters should be required to show identification when they vote. Show More Summary
Bloomberg BNA: Elections have consequences, and frequently they’re changes in election law. New state legislatures often “rethink” election laws once in office, Edward B. Foley, director of Election Law at the Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, Columbus, Ohio, … Continue reading ?
Release: After a year-long investigation, U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx today announced that the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) has reached an agreement with the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) to ensure that driver licensing services in the state will … Continue reading ?
Perhaps lost in headlines as of late is the recent news that a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit upheld Virginia’s voter ID law. A separate panel of the same court tossed out a stricter North Carolina voter identification law in July, and the Supreme Court — which is... Show More Summary
African American talk show host Wayne Dupree has HAD IT with liberals telling him that voter ID laws are racist, because somehow black people aren’t capable of getting identification? I
FOR ME, the knowledge that "White Liberals are 'racist too'" DOES NOTHING to appease me or affirm my suspicions.The more important consideration is: "Find Another INVESTMENT VEHICLE that Black Americans have affixed their development...Show More Summary
It is never her fault. The post Excuse Number Eleventy Billion Why Hillary Lost: Voter ID Laws appeared first on RedState.
This is MUST-SEE video. White liberal Berkeley students express an extremely condescending attitude toward black folks, and some blacks reply. (HT and Merry Christmas to J.I.O.)
LAT: Now, voting rights advocates, elections officials and political experts have zeroed in on the city as a case study of whether controversial new rules requiring ID for voting — the kind used in several states in November for the first time in a … Continue reading ?
Phase of the moon also suspected
Starting with John F. Kennedy’s victory over Richard Nixon in 1960, Delia Anderson had voted in 14 straight presidential elections. She had cast her ballot at the same polling place for years, never with a glitch. This year, however, a volunteer driving her to the polls mentioned that she would...
Behind almost every liberal crusade of the past several decades, from the blocking of voter ID laws to the Syrian refugee crisis, there has been one man quietly pulling the puppet strings from the background: George Soros. So imagine...Show More Summary
So much for our voter ID laws being sufficient, per the Left’s arguments, when the Michigan recount led by Jill Stein and the Green Party found that there were too many votes cast in Detroit when compared to the people who were registered to vote. Hmm…
Voters fill out their ballot forms Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014. Dave Wallis / The Forum During the 2015 legislative session state lawmakers passed stricter voter ID laws, among them the removal of the option to sign an affidavit declaring yourself an eligible voter. Show More Summary
Nearly 18,400 residents without identification used affidavits to vote on Election Day 2016, the NAACP noted in a statement. One-third of those voters were from Detroit. The post Michigan Republicans Abandon Discriminatory Voter ID Law appeared first on Rewire.
You can find the 37-page opinion at this link. It concludes: At bottom, just as Congress in HAVA found it beneficial to the voting process and the public perception of the voting process to require photo IDs, and just as … Continue reading ?
MLive: House-passed changes to voter ID and FOIA laws will be left on the cutting room floor this lame-duck session, a spokesperson for Senate Majority Leader Arlan Meekhof, R-West Olive, confirmed. The House last week passed fast-moving bills that would … Continue reading ?