Judicial Watch • Election Integrity

THE DOCKET

State of North Carolina, et al. v League of Women Voters of North Carolina, et al.

On February 2, 2015, Judicial Watch joined with the Allied Educational Foundation (AEF) to file an amicus curiae brief with the Supreme Court of the United States in opposition to a lower court ruling preventing North Carolina’s implementation of its election integrity reform law.

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Judicial Watch and Allied Educational Foundation File Supreme Court Brief In Support of North Carolina Election Integrity Law

Amicus brief argues attacks on election integrity law will “discourage citizen participation” in elections. (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today it joined with the Allied Educational Foundation (AEF) to file an amicus curiae brief with the Supreme Court of the United States in opposition to a lower court ruling…

IN THE NEWS

Online voter registration getting new look

Three lawmakers in Pennsylvania’s state legislature want to bring up a bill that would legalize online voter registration in their state, although such legislation has failed in the past. Supporters of this legislation, including its sponsor Senator Lloyd Smucker (R-Lancaster County) and Governor-elect Tom Wolf, argue it will increase voter…

IN THE NEWS

Former US Justice Department official calls NC voter suppression ‘a myth’

In an op-ed for Wall Street Journal, Robert Popper, a Senior Attorney for Judicial Watch, quashes the minority voter suppression myth regarding North Carolina’s new election laws. He discusses voter turnout data from the November 2014 election demonstrating that black registration and voter turnout increased after North Carolina adopted new laws

IN THE NEWS

The Voter Suppression Myth Takes Another Hit

In an op-ed for the Wall Street Journal, Robert Popper, Senior Attorney for Judicial Watch, describes how changes to North Carolina’s election laws have increased black turnout and registration, according to turnout data. Changes that were made to the election laws include requiring voters to cast ballots in their home…

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Ecuador Family Wins Favors After Donations to Democrats

IN THE NEWS

Florida Gets Another Chance To Appeal For The Right To Clean Voter Rolls, They Should Take It

Robert Popper, Judicial Watch’s Senior Attorney, details a federal appeals panel’s decision claiming federal law prevents Florida from removing non-citizens from its voter rolls 90 days before a federal election. In fact, Florida’s Secretary of State refused to appeal this ruling. Previously, the Department of Justice sued Florida for pursuing a

WEEKLY UPDATE

Special Thanksgiving Message

Dear Friend, I hope you enjoyed your Thanksgiving holiday.  In lieu of our traditional Weekly Update, I want to personally thank you for your strong support of our efforts to fight corruption in Washington, DC, and across the country.  My colleagues and I are grateful for your help in making…

PRESS RELEASE

Breitbart, Judicial Watch Voter Survey: 76% of Election Day Voters Support State Laws Requiring Voter ID

92% Concerned over Government Corruption – 89% oppose current Obamacare law (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch and Breitbart.com today released the results of a joint election night survey of voters conducted by The Polling Company Inc. The poll reflects the responses of 806 actual 2014 voters. Highlights include: A large…

IN THE NEWS

Judicial Watch: Election Integrity ‘Concerns’ About Same-Day Registration, Voting in New Hampshire

On Election Day, Senior Judicial Watch attorney and former DOJ election integrity official Robert Popper voiced his concern over a seemingly high percentage of same-day voting in New Hampshire to Breitbart News. Popper and his team reported that 6 to 9 percent of New Hampshire voters registered on site and speculated that a…

WEEKLY UPDATE

Say No To Stolen Elections

President Obama Elected with Illegal Votes? European leftists prefer American presidents who are critics of capitalism and fans of redistribution. The same is typically true of others foreigners, according to various surveys that show a Democrat candidate could win in presidential contests where foreigners had a voice at the ballot…

IN THE NEWS

Confirmed: Non-citizen voters boosting Democrats

A study authored by researchers at Old Dominion and George Mason Universities found non-citizens’ votes in 2008 and 2012 helped elect President Obama. This study aligns with Judicial Watch’s theory that non-citizens vote in U.S. elections and help Democrats steal elections. Read more about Judicial Watch’s latest legal efforts to counter…

IN THE NEWS

It’s White House vs. Americans on voter ID

On Election Day, Judicial Watch’s Robert Popper, along with other JW attorneys and volunteers, monitored the polls in New Hampshire. This effort was made to advance Judicial Watch’s Election Integrity Project, which counters voter fraud and promotes honesty in our nation’s elections. Read more about Judicial Watch’s recent poll

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Non-Citizens Are Voting

CORRUPTION CHRONICLES

Obama May Have Been Elected With Illegal Votes

A large number of non-citizens cast ballots in U.S. elections and it’s possible that the illegal votes were responsible for President Obama’s 2008 victory, according to an in-depth academic study that confirms Judicial Watch’s assessment that foreign nationals have helped Democrats steal elections. Non-citizens tend to favor Democrats and Obama…

PRESS RELEASE

Judicial Watch Will Monitor Polls in New Hampshire on Election Day

Election Integrity Project:  Former DOJ attorney to lead “pilot” effort to station volunteers, attorneys at New Hampshire polling places (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it will send a team of lawyers and volunteer observers to New Hampshire to monitor the November 4, 2014, elections.  The purpose of…

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James O’Keefe Strikes Again…voter fraud is both easy and condoned in Colorado

CORRUPTION CHRONICLES

NAACP Speaker’s Alleged Remarks: Let’s Create Confusion During the Nov. 2014 Election By Deliberately Misleading Voters

According to a letter from a lawyer for the State of North Carolina to the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), a speaker at a recent NAACP conference in North Carolina urged audience members to mislead the NAACP’s own members into believing they do not need to…

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Justice Department Expert Witness: Blacks ‘Less Sophisticated Voters’

CORRUPTION CHRONICLES

New York Times Election Rulings’ Coverage: Confusion and Canards

The New York Times suggested Tuesday that recent election rulings will “sow confusion” in November. We’ll see. But the critical question is—if there is “confusion,” who is responsible? The true source of the problem is late and meritless lower court rulings overturning valid state election laws. For example, in Ohio, a…


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