Public Interest Legal asks court to compel Texas’ most populous county to clean up its voter registration act. “When someone is telling you upfront that they aren’t a citizen, don’t register them.”
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Court of appeals upholds earlier bans on Kansas law requiring documentary proof of citizenship for voter registration. What does that mean for Texas?
Harris County will finally release public records of foreigners registering and voting, ending a two-year court fight with election integrity group Public Interest Legal.
Texas Public Policy Foundation announces a new initiative to combat election corruption and voter fraud.
Appeals court reverses judgment ordering state to implement online voter registration.
A federal judge denied Harris County’s motion to dismiss a voter roll transparency lawsuit filed under the national Motor Voter law.
Texas Attorney General Paxton’s office is vigorously defending the state’s voter registration system against federal overreach.
The AG’s office is investigating potentially fraudulent registration applications sent by the Texas Democratic Party to non-citizens and deceased people.
Texas Democratic Party mailed “urgent” voter registration forms to ineligible non-citizens in South Texas, pre-filled to wrongly indicate applicants were U.S. citizens.
Harris County’s Democrat voter registrar Ann Harris Bennett admits wrongly suspending voters whose residence addresses are in question.