Voter ID Laws

O'Keefe Busts Illegal Voter Scheme to Turn TX Blue

Brandon Darby, Breitbart News

In an apparent violation of state law, Battleground Texas officials are exploiting legally protected info. to turn voters out to the polls as part of the Dem. party's quest to turn TX blue, a new undercover video from James O'Keefe reveals.

NAACP Requires Photo ID at Rally to Protest Voter ID Laws

Aurelius, The Pundit Press

The NAACP will be holding a march to protest voter ID laws. In order to attend, all members are required to bring along a photo ID.

Liberal Herring's Fishy "Win" in Virginia Stinks of Fraud

While the rest of the country’s 2013 state and local election results were cast and certified a month ago, Virginia voters aren’t able to put the attorney general election to bed. It’s impossible to deny the sharp stench of the latest rehash of the Democrat Party’s favorite dish best served in a suspiciously close race: Voter Fraud a la Franken.

Justice to Sue NC on Voter ID

Josh Gerstein, Politico

The DOJ will file suit against N. Carolina, charging that the state’s new law requiring voters to show photo ID at the polls violates the Voting Rights Act by discriminating against blacks.

IRS Preaches Right Wing Conspiracy

Patrick Howley, Daily Caller

A Dem congressman condemned a “right-wing conspiracy” and said that voter ID laws could have prevented O’s presidency during a '12 event in which the IRS coached black ministers in how to engage in campaign activity.

Victory for Voter Integrity in MS

Ken Klukowski, Breitbart

A Mississippi judge signed a consent decree to clean up a county’s voter registration rolls in response to a lawsuit brought by conservative org American Civil Rights Union.

DOJ Sues TX Over Voter ID Law

Sean Lengell, Washington Examiner

The DOJ said it will sue Texas over the state’s strict voter photo ID law and will intervene in a separate lawsuit challenging TX’s new congressional map.

DOJ's Attack on Voter ID Laws

Roger Clegg & Hans A. von Spakovsky, National Review

The DOJ takes aim at voter-ID laws, but it must prove the existence of discrimination in voting.