Republicans sue two Vermont cities for accepting foreign votes

U.S. 09/28/21, 18:18

A political committee that leads the national Republican Party took legal action against two Vermont cities for letting noncitizens vote on Sept. 28. The Republican National Committee (RNC) is suing Montpellier and Winooski for allegedly breaching electoral integrity. Both town charters are accused of violating a fundamental rule that only Americans ...

Audit of ballots in Maricopa County expected to finish this week

U.S. 06/12/21, 03:16

The task of recounting of 2.1 million ballots cast in Maricopa County by hand issued by the Arizona Senate as a move to settle the 2020 election claims is wrapping up this weekend.  The six-week-long hand auditing ballots of the 4th most populous county in the US will still require further ...

Texas Dems stage walkout on election bill voting session

Texas 06/01/21, 04:05

On Sunday night, May 30, Republican lawmakers in Texas were on the verge of passing a sweeping election bill that would foster some of the most robust voting restrictions in the country, and disapproving Democrats held a dramatic walkout to block it. "We were determined to kill this bill in any ...

Michigan Secretary of State again refuses to testify at a Senate Oversight hearing

U.S. 04/06/21, 18:29

Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson declined to testify before the Senate Oversight Committee on Monday, April 5, the topic of discussion was related to the 2020 election. This was the second time Benson rejected appearing for testimony. Her first rejection dated back to December last year reported WBCK. Benson's spokesperson sent ...

Apple joins the list of corporations denouncing Georgia’s voting law

U.S. 04/06/21, 17:44

In light of the new voting bill signed into law by Georgia's governor on March 25, Apple CEO Tim Cook has joined the chain of business leaders who voiced out against the state's decision.  Cook wrote a statement to Axios on Thursday, April 1, supporting that voting right is a fundamental element of ...

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