Attorney General Sessions' supporters claim voter protection laws are unnecessary, though recent cases against voter suppression laws prove otherwise.
A U.S. District Court in Texas finds that the NVRA applies, whether DMV clients go in-person or on the internet.
Now that the political climate has changed—and aided by weakened voting protections—states are taking it upon themselves to investigate and pass laws that prevent "voter fraud."
Project Vote joins 156 of our colleagues in calling on the executive branch to address the troubling surge in incidents.
Countless studies and investigations have debunked the myth of widespread "voter fraud." Project Vote's Jennifer Jacquot-DeVries reviews the findings.
A “conservative legal watchdog group” has targeted Maryland’s largest county in its latest effort to force election officials to purge... Read more
The EAC chair is right: There is very little voter fraud in America, but he’s far off base in claiming that evidence of voter suppression is “virtually non-existent.” Read more
Same day registration is known to boost voter turnout and keep voter rolls clean. Why aren't more states passing and implementing SDR laws? Read more
Three weeks after reviewing (and deciding not to cover) Project Vote’s major new survey documenting how out of step the... Read more