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Inside Judicial Watch: Our Fight to Stop Voter Fraud & Defend Election Integrity

Inside Judicial Watch: Our Fight to Stop Voter Fraud & Defend Election Integrity

DECEMBER 21, 2017

In this installment of Inside Judicial Watch, host Jerry Dunleavy joins Robert Popper to discuss Judicial Watch’s latest court battles for clean and fair elections while combating voter fraud across America.

Robert is the Director of JW’s Election Integrity Project and has garnered numerous professional awards, including the Justice Department’s prestigious Special Commendation Award for Outstanding Service.

Prior to joining the DOJ, he worked as a private attorney in New York City for 17 years. He served as trial counsel in federal and state trials, appeals, and arbitrations. His practice extended to a wide range of legal matters – including voting rights. Mr. Popper served as both trial and appellate counsel in a successful constitutional challenge alleging racial segregation in the design of New York’s congressional districts. As counsel for the plaintiffs, Mr. Popper obtained a favorable ruling from a three-judge federal panel in the Eastern District of New York, which was summarily affirmed by the U.S. Supreme Court.

Mr. Popper is a published author on the topic of voting rights law. He developed a legal standard relating to gerrymandering that is widely cited by experts and was adopted by the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission. He has spoken about voting rights to a conference of U.S. Attorneys at the National Advocacy Center, to a conference of state officials, and before countless local community representatives. He has testified before the Missouri Senate Redistricting Committee on gerrymandering. He has made radio and television appearances on behalf of the Heartland Institute.

Mr. Popper is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and Northwestern University Law School. He is admitted to practice in the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, and the U.S. Supreme Court.