In part one of this Watchdog.org feature on election integrity in Vermont, Linda Chagnon, a member of the Board of Registration of Voters in Burlington, explained ways in which unregistered voters are being allowed to vote in local and federal elections. In part two of our interview, Chagnon discusses how mismanagement of “challenged” voters creates the potential for additional voter fraud.Read More →
As campaign season heats up, voters are looking for candidates who will perform the duties of elected office with honesty and integrity. No less important, voters want the election process itself to be marked by the same integrity. Burlington voter registration watchdog Linda Chagnon says election officials face challenges in ensuring that only registered voters vote in elections.Read More →
A “tweak” in Virginia’s voter-identification law will allow expired photo IDs to be used at polling places on Election Day.Read More →
“Election legitimacy is being sacrificed on the altar of convenience,” said Reagan George, president of the Virginia Voters Alliance.Read More →
By Dustin Hurst and Shelby Sebens | Watchdog.org
Examining the Portland, Ore.-based Bus Project, one could use plenty of adjectives to describe the operation’s tactics and activities: aggressive, unique and innovative.
The one descriptor that group, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, wants you to believe, though, is the least-fitting: nonpartisan.
Sure, the group holds a banner that professes to soar [...]
By Travis Perry │ Kansas Watchdog
OSAWATOMIE — Kansas’ new law requiring voters to prove they’re U.S. citizens has thrown more than 17,000 registrations into limbo this year, a fact Democratic politicos called nothing short of voter suppression by Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach.
But county election officials say the only thing stopping these people from voting [...]