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With 11 Million ‘Newcomers' It’s Time To Get Serious About Securing The Vote

Merrick Garland’s flippant remarks about securing our nation’s vote for its citizens are both ignorant and infuriating at the same time. As record numbers of minority citizens successfully cast votes in every corner of the country, great care should b

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Poll: Americans Support Voter ID, Limited Mail-In Voting

New polling provided to The Federalist shows a majority of voters support election integrity initiatives and limits on mail-in voting.

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Joe Biden's Jim Crow 2.0 tour collides with reality: Blacks strongly support voter ID

Biden's decision to use the MLK holiday as a backdrop to push his voting bill exposed another rift: There isn't even agreement in the late civil rights leader's own family about the need for the legislation.

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Wisconsin Governor Advances The Lies Of Voter Reform Disenfranchisement

Wisconsin's Governor, Tony Evers (D), vetoed several pieces of legislation aimed at reforming absentee voting laws passed by the state...

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ID Required for Unemployment Compensation But Not Voting?

Pennsylvania now requires individuals filing for unemployment compensation to prove their identity before receiving payments. In an...

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Senior Democrat Morphs Stance on Voter ID to Contradict Himself

Just like a Marxist hiding behind the moniker of being a Democrat, House Majority Whip Rep. Jim Clyburn (D-SC), who for as long as anyone...

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Poll: 80 Percent Of Americans Support Voter ID Laws

A new poll indicates that four in five Americans are in favor of people having to show voter identification to vote in elections.

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Failed GA Gubernatorial Candidate Stacey Abrams Caught Lying About Voter ID

After railing incessantly about how election integrity laws – and especially Voter ID provisions – are “racist” beyond the discrimination...

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Election Reform Laws Push Back on a Long-Held False Narrative

Several election reform laws have been enacted, with many more in the processes of making it to desks of governors across the nation...

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Major Corporations Plan To Oppose Election Integrity Measures

The leaders of over 100 major corporations spoke via Zoom on Saturday about how they could combat election integrity laws similar to that passed by Georgia.

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WTH Is This? Over 100 Top Corporate CEOs Join First-of-its-kind Call to Denounce Voter ID Laws

CEOs from several top 100 corporations joined the first-of-its-kind call this weekend to discuss how to respond to proposed changes in state voting laws. At issue was the recent Georgia voting law signed by Governor Kemp that makes it a requirement for vo

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The Tyranny of the Minority: Radical Democrats Ignore Popular Demand for Voter ID

Polling has been consistent on the subject for decades and the most recent polling is no exception: the overwhelming majority of American...

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The Woke Arrogance or Blind Ignorance of the Cola-Cola Corporation

The woke arrogance of the executives at the Atlanta-based Coca-Cola company proves one of two things: Either the executives at Coca-Cola...

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WATCH: Black Americans Debunk Liberal Talking Point That Voter ID Is ‘Racist’: ‘They’re Ignorant’

As Democrats continue to push back against GOP efforts to require identification for voters, claiming such a standard is "racist," on-the-street reporting from 2016 by Ami Horowitz has again become relevant.

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Texas judge and three others arrested on 150 counts of voter fraud

Justice of the Peace Tomas Ramirez is accused of ballot harvesting at assisted living centers in the 2018 primary election.

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24 things that require a photo ID | Mobile Washington Examiner

Voter-ID laws continue to get a lot of attention, and proponents of the law are being drowned out by opponents claiming the laws discriminate against certain voters. Rather than getting IDs to the people who are supposedly disenfranchised, opponents spend