Articles Tagged 'voter ID'
SCOTUS leaves in place ruling that struck down N.C.’s voter ID law
The Supreme Court is leaving in place a ruling that struck down North Carolina’s voter identification law as unconstitutional because it was intended to suppress… READ MORE
Hundreds of Texans may have voted improperly
Officials in Texas acknowledge that hundreds of people were able to bypass voter ID laws and improperly cast ballots in the presidential election.
Voters were… READ MORE
Wash. mall shooting suspect voted in 3 elections without U.S. citizenship
The man charged in Washington state’s deadly mall shooting on Sept. 23 voted in three elections despite not having U.S. citizenship.
Arcan Cetin of Oak… READ MORE
Voting-rights activists, anti-fraud crusaders clash over ID laws as election looms
Wisconsin’s strict voter laws, including voter ID, can remain in effect this November, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday, delivering a victory to anti-fraud activists… READ MORE
Court: Texas voter ID law is discriminatory
A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday that a Texas law requiring residents to have a photo ID to vote is discriminatory.
The U.S. Court of… READ MORE
Wisconsin residents without ID can vote in November, judge rules
MADISON, Wis. – Wisconsin residents who can’t obtain photo identification will still be able to vote in November’s general election, a federal judge ruled Tuesday,… READ MORE
Squadrons form for voter ID fight
Liberal and conservative groups are mobilizing armies of poll watchers to battle over the enforcement of voter ID laws on Election Day.
The Democratic Party… READ MORE
Supreme Court allows Texas to enforce new voter ID law for November election
WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court said Saturday that Texas can use its controversial new voter identification law for the November election.
A majority of the… READ MORE
Ruling lets states require proof of citizenship from anyone who registers to vote
A U.S. District Court judge ruled Wednesday that Arizona and Kansas can require anyone registering to vote to prove their citizenship and the federal Election… READ MORE
Kansas and Arizona file suit to change voting laws
Kansas and Arizona filed a joint lawsuit against the federal government Wednesday over requirements needed to register to vote.
The lawsuit demands that the U.S. Elections Assistance Commission modify the federal voter registration form in both states so it would allow for proof of citizenship when people sign up to vote.
The federal form doesnâ€™t require proof of citizenship. It… READ MORE