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Texas Secretary of State Office sets limits on voter registration forms due to supply chain issues

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The Texas Secretary of State's Office says it has only a limited amount of voter registration applications due to supply chain issues increasing the cost of paper. The office ordered its first bulk supply of 128,000...

‘It’s brilliant’: DC locals praise vaccine mandate and ID requirements while staying quiet on voter ID

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"It took them long enough to do it," one D.C. resident, Bradley, told Fox News. He said he was looking forward to the mandates and that he is "glad that it's done." Effective Jan. 15, D.C. required that all businesse...

Fourth resident of Florida Villages retirement community arrested on charges of voter fraud

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Charles Barnes, 64, was released on $ 2,000 bond Tuesday after being taken into custody by the Sumner County Sheriff’s Office, jail records show. He is also facing one count of casting more than one ballot at any el...

Biden nominee equated ‘proof of citizenship’ with ‘voter suppression,’ likened felon voting ban to slavery

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"When you add laws that prohibit people with a criminal conviction from voting, it’s practically the same system as during slavery – Black people who have lost their freedom and cannot vote," attorney Nancy Gbana Abu...

Hong Kong sees record low voter turnout in first ‘patriots only’ election

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Hong Kong Hong Kong's first "patriots only" legislative election witnessed a record low turnout on Sunday, reflecting a steep decline in civic and political engagement following Beijing's overhaul of the city's elect...

Pennsylvania Senate candidate Kathy Barnette discusses voter concerns, Philadelphia crime surge

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Barnette — who grew up on a hog farm in Alabama, served in the U.S. Army Reserve for a decade and is now running to become the first Black, female U.S. senator from Pennsylvania — believes she can offer voters what o...

Biden judicial nominee Dale Ho appeared to compare voter ID laws to ‘chemotherapy’

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Ho, the head of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) voting rights project, made the comment while speaking on voter ID requirements during a 2015 event in Wisconsin. "We always have to weigh the costs against t...

Arizona weighs in on Build Back Better agenda: Inflation ‘bleeds you dry,’ says Biden voter

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"I'm concerned about the national debt because it's just massive," Nash, a Scottsdale, Arizona, Biden voter, told Fox News. President Biden

Voter tsunami begins to drown Democrats

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Apparently, Hawaiians are more interested in survival than Washington Democrats. Democrats have now had three weeks of tsunami warnings, and the dictatorship of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., seems determined ...

Young progressives warn that Democrats could have a youth voter problem in 2022

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With less than one year until the 2022 midterm elections, young voters -- who turned out in high numbers for President Joe Biden in 2020 -- warn that if the Biden administration and congressional Democrats don't act...

2021 shows Republicans shouldn’t fear high voter turnout

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The Republican Party did very well on Tuesday. Beyond its win in the Virginia gubernatorial election, it came quite close to capturing the New Jersey governor's mansion. And the GOP did it in a way that might scare...

A Democrat just suggested voter fraud — and no one called him on it

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At a rally over the weekend, former Virginia Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe did something his party has repeatedly bashed Donald Trump and Republicans for doing: He suggested a past election had been unfairly decid...

Law professor tells Cruz Texas’ voter ID law is racist in fiery hearing exchange

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Washington A law professor told GOP Sen. Ted Cruz on Wednesday that Texas' voter ID law is racist in a tense exchange during a Senate hearing on voting rights. Cruz had asked Franita Tolson, the vice dean for facul...

As his polls tank, it’s hard to find a ‘Biden voter’ among steadfast Democrats, Watters says

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Host Geraldo Rivera pointed to the Delawarean's near-30-percent popularity in the bellwether state of Iowa, less than a year into his term. "I think that Joe Biden’s coattails are shrinking," he said, adding that the...

Mike Lindell alleged widespread voter fraud in Alabama. The GOP secretary of state says he’s dead wrong.

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Long after even many of the stalwart election deniers have given up, Mike Lindell is still at it. Following a visit to Alabama last week, the MyPillow CEO declared that 100,000 votes in the 2020 presidential electio...

North Carolina court blocks state voter ID law, citing ‘intent to target African American voters’

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Washington, DC A North Carolina state court panel on Friday blocked a voter identification law, citing discrimination against Black voters. The law, known as SB 824, was passed in 2018 after Republicans lost their su...

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