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Judicial Watch, Inc. is a conservative, non-partisan educational foundation, which promotes transparency, accountability and integrity in government, politics and the law.

Judicial Watch, Inc. is a conservative, non-partisan educational foundation, which promotes transparency, accountability and integrity in government, politics and the law.

Because no one
is above the law!



Judicial Watch Election Integrity Victory!

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Judicial Watch Victory: Colorado Agrees to Settle Lawsuit over Ineligible Voters; Agrees to Extensive Reporting and Review of Voter Roll Clean Up Efforts

Judicial Watch announced recently that Colorado’s secretary of state agreed to settle a lawsuit alleging that Colorado failed to remove ineligible voters from its rolls. As part of its settlement Colorado will report to Judicial Watch on its yearly progress in cleaning up its rolls for the next six years. Since Judicial Watch filed its lawsuit, Colorado voter roll removals increased by 78%, from 172,379 to 306,303 per reporting period.

Who Is Alvin Bragg?

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg last week rocketed to global celebrity with his indictment of former president Donald Trump on charges related to a 2016 hush money payment. Trump’s lawyers immediately fired back. “He did not commit any crime,” the attorneys said. “We will vigorously fight this political prosecution in court.”

Judicial Watch Victory: Court Rejects Argument of Terrorist-Tied Qatar and Orders Release of Documents About Its Funding of Texas A&M

Trump is a crime victim. New York Democrats’ reckless scheme to prosecute and jail President Trump is a dangerous attack on the rule of law and a brazen attempt to rig the 2024 elections for President Biden and Democrats. Judicial Watch denounces Alvin Bragg’s corrupt attempt to make Trump a political prisoner. Congress and every responsible government official should do everything possible under the law to undo this attempt to wreck our republican form of government.

Judicial Watch Sues Biden Administration for Extradition Records of Illegal Alien Who Ran Over and Killed Brother of Judicial Watch Client in Chicago

Judicial Watch announced recently it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the Justice Department and the State Department for extradition records of illegal alien Saul Chavez, who ran over and killed William “Denny” McCann, the brother of Judicial Watch client Brian McCann


In The News

House investigators follow trail of Treasury red flags on Biden clan’s lucrative foreign deals

Washington Times

Tom Fitton, president of the conservative-backed watchdog group Judicial Watch, said while a SAR is not necessarily an indication of illegal activity, he believes Mr. Comer has already demonstrated that the Biden family was involved in a money laundering scheme.


Inside the backchannel communications keeping Donald Trump in the loop on Republican investigations


“We can’t have two years of hearings and then a report,” President of Judicial Watch Tom Fitton told CNN, referring to the pressure his group has placed on Congress to act immediately on the abuses of power that he sees happening, including “censoring Americans and trying to jail those who are perceived as political opponents.”


Court rules in favor of releasing info on funding, Qatar’s influence over Texas A&M campus

Just the News

A Texas county court has ruled in favor of releasing information about Qatar’s potential influence over Texas A&M University through funding and by hosting one of the school’s campuses in the Gulf State.

The decision from Travis County Judge Amy Clark Meachum last week came after the non-profit watchdog Judicial Watch filed a petition on behalf of the antisemitism advocacy group Zachor Legal Institute.


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