Voting Law

Pennsylvania State GOP Files Lawsuit to Throw Out Mail-in Voting Law

Pennsylvania Republicans are arguing a 2019 law that largely expanded mail-in voting in the Commonwealth has been made invalid by a court ruling.

How Woke Is Too Woke? Corporate America’s Sharp Left Turn Prompts Unprecedented Backlash

Critics of corporate wokeness say enough, mobilize to combat firms' embrace of far-left causes

RNC Sues New York City Over Law Allowing 1 Million Noncitizens to Vote in Local Elections: ‘Unconstitutional’

"Plaintiffs seek a declaratory judgment that the Non-Citizen Voting Law is unconstitutional."

Biden Administration Asks Supreme Court To Ignore Harvard Discrimination Case

Biden came under fire for excluding Asians from his 'diverse' cabinet

Texas Gov. Abbott Wants Stronger Penalties in Voting Law

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is asking his state legislature to increase the penalty for anyone convicted of illegal voting.

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.

DeSantis: Florida’s New Voting Law Adds ‘Strongest Election Integrity’

While signing the state's new voting law during a television appearance early Thursday, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis hailed the legislation's focus on election security, saying the legislation adds the "strongest election integrity measures in the country."

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