6/5: Texas has said it won’t disclose the names of the 100,000 people who were subjected to a voter roll review because the names may still be part of a criminal investigation.
5/28: A new lawsuit claims the mass of voter registration errors that California failed to deal with after enacting their automatic voter registration laws allowed noncitizens to vote.
5/22: Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton discusses the power behind President Trump’s border plan and the voter fraud crisis in the Lone Star State.
5/15: Alabama House Constitution, Campaigns and Elections Committee advanced a bill that would allow only US Citizens to vote in Alabama elections.
5/2: A Hill-HarrisX survey found that the majority of registered voters, including 53% of Hispanic voters, believed a citizenship question should be on the 2020 Census.
4/23: Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton refused to turn over documents to a Congressional committee investigating how the state maintains voter rolls.
4/23: When the Supreme Court heard oral arguments over the constitutionality of a citizenship question in the 2020 census, the justices seemed to agree with the President’s position.