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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.

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Pennsylvania Settles Voter Roll Lawsuit with Judicial Watch

“Pennsylvania’s election rolls are cleaner – and will remail cleaner – thanks to Judicial Watch. This federal lawsuit settlement is good news for voters in Pennsylvania who want to ensure that only eligible voters are on voter rolls,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “Judicial Watch’s remarkable run of litigation successes resulted in well over 2 million ineligible registrations being removed from voter rolls across the nation in the last two years!”

As Busy Summer Travel Looms DHS Sends Air Marshals Back to Mexican Border

With the busy summer season approaching for air travel, the Biden administration is once again compromising aviation security by plucking Federal Air Marshals (FAM) from their congressionally mandated duty of protecting the nation’s transportation system to help on the Mexican border. The highly skilled law enforcement agents will not be performing work related to their training, but rather babysitting illegal immigrants, conducting welfare checks, hospital watch and transportation services, according to Homeland Security sources interviewed by Judicial Watch.

Judicial Watch: Records Show Climate Envoy John Kerry’s Office Employs 45 People

Judicial Watch uncovered the record thanks to a FOIA lawsuit filed in September 2022, against the State Department for records related to travel costs, calendars, and organizational charts for the Office of the Special Presidential Envoy for Climate (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of State (No. 1:22-cv-02844)). The Biden agency is releasing responsive records in batches to Judicial Watch every six weeks.

Judicial Watch Cleans Up Colorado Voting

Cleaning up dirty voter rolls is not easy or quick work. Exhibit A: Colorado. Nearly three years ago, Judicial Watch filed a federal lawsuit in Colorado after gathering evidence that the state was a serial offender in failing to comply with the voter list maintenance requirements of the National Voter Registration Act. Why does this matter? The possibility of ineligible voters at the ballot box creates opportunities for fraud and corruption. As JW President Tom Fitton puts it: “Cleaner voter rolls mean cleaner elections.”


In The News

Star News Network Sues FBI For Refusing to Release Covenant School Shooter’s Manifesto


“Tennessee authorities have cited no credible reason for hiding the killer’s ‘manifesto’ about this deadly school shooting of three young children and three school employees,” stated Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton in a press release. “Politics shouldn’t trump transparency and the public safety. The public has an urgent right to know the details of this manifesto. That a public records lawsuit is required to try to access this key document is a scandal.”


DCNF Reporter Wins Massive Legal Victory Against County That Tried To Silence Her For Requesting Public Records

The Daily Caller

Daily Caller News Foundation reporter Megan Brock secured a victory last week after she was sued by Bucks County, Pennsylvania, in 2022 to prevent the release of documents she requested related to the county’s school reopening plans and COVID-19 restrictions.


Judicial Watch: Texas A&M Received Almost $500 Million in Grants from Qatar


According to records requested by Judicial Watch, Texas A&M University received nearly $500 million in grants and contracts from the Qatar regime. Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton commented, “Now we know why terrorist-linked Qatar has fought us in court to hide its financial support for Texas A&M — which we just found out is nearly a half billion dollars.”


Video Highlights


Judicial Watch: Defense Dept. Records Show U.S. Air Force Hosted ‘Drag Story Time’ and…

Press Releases | May 30, 2024
(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today it received 25 pages of records regarding drag shows, drag story hours and other pride events for military personnel and their dep...

Evanston’s reparations program violates equal protection in U.S. Constitution, lawsuit contends

In The News | May 30, 2024
From Chicago Sun-Times: A conservative group has filed a class-action lawsuit against the city of Evanston arguing that the north suburb’s reparations program meant to repay histor...

First-in-the-nation reparations scheme SLAPPED by lawsuit that calls $25,000 payouts to blacks 'unconstitutional'

In The News | May 29, 2024
From The Daily Caller: The class-action lawsuit led by Judicial Watch, a conservative group, casts doubt on the future of the watershed reparations program in Evanston, a Chicago s...