Election Law

Jury Finds Trump Guilty in Business Records Case

The New York jury involved in the business records case against Donald Trump found him guilty on all 34 counts.

California Sues Beach City Over Voter Identification Measure

California is suing the coast city of Huntington Beach over its voter identification measure which requires residents to present proof of identification when voting at in-person polling locations.

USDA Partners with Left-Wing Group to Increase Voter Turnout

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) partnered with the group Demos to increase voter turnout ahead of the 2024 presidential election, according to documents obtained by The Heritage Foundation’s Oversight Project.

Analysis: Trump’s Potential 1-4 Year Sentence in Stormy Daniels Case

Former President Donald Trump could face a prison sentence ranging from one year to four years if found guilty in the Stormy Daniels hush...

High-Stakes Case: Supreme Court Considers Trump’s Candidacy Eligibility

The United States Supreme Court is set to hear oral arguments on Thursday in a pivotal case that could shape the course of American...

Michigan to Keep Trump on Ballot

Michigan Supreme Court upheld a ruling allowing Donald Trump to remain on the state's ballot.

Soros-Linked District Attorney Refuses to Review Cases of Potential Illegal Voting in Wisconsin

Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm (D) is refusing to review hundreds of cases of potential illegal voting through Wisconsin’s same-day registration policy.

Texas Secretary of State Releases Election Audit Findings

Recent preliminary findings from a state audit of November 2022 Harris County, Texas, election are highlighting the vital importance of upholding the integrity of our democratic processes.

Wisconsin Allegedly Violates Federal Election Law

The Wisconsin Voter Alliance alleged that the state violates federal election law by failing to verify the identity and eligibility of overseas absentee voters.

Democrats Unlawfully Employed Foreign National for Campaign Efforts, Watchdog Says

Prominent Democratic congressman and a prominent Democratic campaign committee have purportedly breached federal election law by collectively compensating over $700,000 to a company owned by a foreign national for campaign-related activities.

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