A group that once sued the state now says Ohio is a success story when it comes to cleaning up voter registrations.Read More →
A Texas county with more registered voters than adult residents has taken 800 names off its election rolls.Read More →
No law prevents localities from having more registered voters than voting-age residents, and eight Texas counties do.
Now a vote-watch group accuses the counties of violating the National Voting Rights Act by failing to purge dead and ineligible voters.Read More →
“Republicans are systematically and deliberately trying to stop millions of American citizens from voting,” she charged.Read More →
By Steve Miller | Watchdog.org Residential requirements for voting in Texas are murky at best — an official at the secretary of state’s office once said an address could be determined “by the voter.” Living “behind a tree” would be a little harder to use as an address for voting purposes under a bill authored […]Read More →
A Florida bill would implement online voter registration, lowering costs, enhancing accuracy, and increasing security; it would not move voting online.Read More →