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Nearly a dozen Calif. counties had more registered voters than eligible voters in 2016 election

Nearly one dozen California counties had more registered voters on their voter rolls than people eligible to vote living in their county, a new Judicial Watch letter has revealed. The conservative watchdog group sent a letter to California Secretary of State Alex Padilla on August 1 on behalf of the Election…

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Weekly Update: Clinton-Lynch Docs Revealed

Justice Department Blacks Out Talking Points on Lynch-Clinton Tarmac Meeting Abedin Emails Contained Classified Information and Reveal Pay to Play Judicial Watch Warns California on Dirty Voting Rolls   Justice Department Blacks Out Talking Points on Lynch-Clinton Tarmac Meeting We have begun to see how the Trump administration responds over…

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Judicial Watch Warns California to Clean Voter Registration Lists or Face Federal Lawsuit

Data Show LA, San Diego, San Francisco Have More Registered Voters than Eligible Adult Citizens – LA Voting Rolls Have 144% of the Total Number of Eligible Residents (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced it sent a notice-of-violation letter to the state of California and 11 of its counties threatening…

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Weekly Update: Weiner Laptop Records Uncovered

Judicial Watch Launches New Election Integrity Lawsuit IRS Records Missing Court Update: Weiner Laptop Documents Uncovered   Judicial Watch Launches New Election Integrity Lawsuit This week saw the first official meeting of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, which is under attack from leftists who want to preserve the…

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Judicial Watch Sues for Voter Registration Data Under National Voter Registration Act

Defendant Montgomery County, Maryland Has More Registered Voters Than Voting Age Citizens (Washington, DC) –  Judicial Watch filed a lawsuit today in order to gain access under federal law to voter registration lists in Montgomery County, Maryland. The suit was filed against Montgomery County and the Maryland State Boards of…

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States Refuse to Hand Over Voter Data Regularly Used by Campaigns

In April, Judicial Watch sent letters to 11 states threatening to sue them for failing to maintain their rolls as required by the National Voter Registration Act (the “Motor Voter Act”) and the Help America Vote Act. In the letters, Judicial Watch cited as “strong circumstantial evidence” that the number of…

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Immigration agency won’t commit to giving noncitizen data to voter fraud commission

The polling estimate for illegal immigrants living in the U.S. is another 11 million, approximately, with most of voting age. “I think DHS needs to make it available,” said Tom Fitton, Judicial Watch president. “They’ve made it difficult, if not impossible, for states to use that information. And if they…

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U.S. Supreme Court could change the political map of Texas

Critics call that an “efficiency gap,” which can only be explained by partisan gerrymandering. Now before the high court, they hope to find a way to close the gap. Conservative groups argue that there is no way to estimate what each party “should” win in a fair election. The redistricting…

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Weekly Update: Obama Advisor Susan Rice’s Unmasking Material is at the Obama Library

Obama Advisor Susan Rice’s Unmasking Material is at the Obama Library Judicial Watch Sues for Obama Family Travel and Secret Service Costs President Trump:  Please End the Obstruction on Benghazi Cover-up Documents Supreme Court to Hear Big Case Against Proposed Wisconsin Redistricting   Obama Advisor Susan Rice’s Unmasking Material is…

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The Supreme Court Term: No Big Blockbusters, but Plenty of Work

Almost on cue, the court granted a hearing to a case that challenges whether Wisconsin Republicans, after seizing power in 2010, went too far in using computer models to redraw legislative districts and lock in power for themselves. The case stems from a ruling in which a lower court ruled…

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MONTGOMERY BOARD OF ELECTIONS RESPONDS TO JUDICIAL WATCH CLAIMS

From Montgomery County Media: Government watchdog Judicial Watch claimed in April that Montgomery County had not done enough to clean out its voter rolls. The D.C.-based organization based the claim on a surprising statistic: the county Board of Elections has more registered voters than the U.S. census has voting-age adults…

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Weekly Update: Shocking New Clinton Emails

The Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Ohio’s Clean Voter Rolls Case Soros Watch Judicial Watch Uncovers Shocking New Clinton Emails   The Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Ohio’s Clean Voter Rolls Case You might think that everyone wants integrity in elections.  That, as you know, is naïve, as events in…

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‘Credible evidence’ points to ‘hanky panky’ in Seth Rich case

From WND: The chief of Judicial Watch has posted a video explaining that there’s “credible evidence” that suggests questions need to be answered about the murder last summer of Democratic National Committee member Seth Rich. His death has been much in the news in recent weeks after there initially were…

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Judicial Watch Sues for Records about Obama White House Unmasking of Trump Associates

Lawsuit Seeks Records Sent to Obama WH Official Susan Rice about Russia Collusion, Surveillance, Hacking Investigation, Unmasking (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today announced it filed a Freedom of Information (FOIA) lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Justice and the National Security Agency (NSA) for information about Obama National Security…

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Fox News retracts controversial story on Seth Rich’s death and alleged WikiLeaks contact

From the Washington Post: A week after publishing a problematic account about the death of former Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich — an article that said Rich made contact with WikiLeaks before he was shot and killed in Washington — Fox News retracted the story, saying it did not meet…

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Experts say Trump’s voter fraud commission is a solution in need of a problem

From WJLA: On Thursday, President Donald Trump issued an executive order to create a new commission to investigate his claims of widespread voter fraud, reigniting the storm of skepticism that has surrounded his past allegations of election interference and rigging. Even after securing his electoral college victory and winning the…

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Crawford County’s election rolls are current, clerk maintains

From the East Central Reporter: A government watchdog group has based its allegations of illegal voter rolls on Census numbers that are several years old, the clerk of Crawford County said on Friday. Judicial Watch has sent letters to 11 states including Illinois accusing them of having counties with more…

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Montgomery election board to review registration practices

From the Washington Post: Montgomery election officials said Monday they will review registration procedures in response to allegations from a conservative watchdog group that the county’s rolls are packed with ineligible voters. Judicial Watch said in a letter earlier this month there was “strong circumstantial evidence” that Montgomery’s lists are…

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Group threatens suit over McHenry County voter registrations

From the McHenry Times: McHenry County is among 24 Illinois counties that don’t have enough voting-age residents to match their number of registered voters, according to U.S. Census Bureau estimates cited by Judicial Watch, which sent Illinois a notice-of-violation letter recently. The transparency organization sent similar letters to 10 others…

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Cass, Crawford among state counties accused of voter violations

From the East Central Reporter: A transparency group says Cass and Crawford counties are among 24 in Illinois that have more registered voters than residents over 18 years of age. Judicial Watch pointed to the alleged voter registration discrepancies in a notice-of-violation letter it sent to Illinois that gives the…


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