Election Rules

54% Say Cheating Impacted 2020 Election, While 50% Say It Will Blight U.S. Mid Terms

A plurality of Americans believe the upcoming midterm elections will experience fraud, according to a new poll by Rasmussen Reports sponsored by The National Pulse.

Mitt Romney on Trump: ‘He’s Very Likely’ to Get GOP Nomination

Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) said that if former President Donald Trump decides to run for president in 2024, he will probably win the Republican nomination.

Arizona Senate Study Finds 200K Ballots Counted in 2020 With Mismatched Signatures

Estimate is more than eight times the number of mismatches acknowledged by the county.

Recent Breakthroughs in 2020 Election Probes Undercut Narrative That Legal Avenues Are Exhausted

Mounting evidence of irregularities and rigged rules has emerged through state and local investigations, court decisions, financial disclosure, and audits in the 14 months since the election.

It’s Now or Never: What’s Behind Dems’ Push for Changing Senate Rules & Passing Voting Rights Bills?

Senate Democrats have linked the Capitol protests anniversary to the necessity to pass the Freedom to Vote Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act as soon as possible.

GOP-led Georgia Election Board takes first step in potential takeover of Fulton County elections

The Republican-controlled Georgia State Election Board has taken a pivotal first step in a process that aims to bolster election security in Fulton County, a heavily Democratic county long perceived to be vulnerable to fraudulent activity.

Supreme Court Rejects GOP Challenge to Pennsylvania Election Rules

The Supreme Court declined on April 19 to hear a lawsuit regarding a Pennsylvania voting dispute nearly six months after the Nov. 3, 2020, election.

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