North Carolina elections officials as well as local and state prosecutors are investigating allegations of fraud that could involve tampering with or suppressing absentee ballots in a close congressional race there.
Changes made to absentee voting procedures five years ago in North Carolina may have emboldened workers to run the type of illegal “ballot-harvesting” operation alleged to have been used in a disputed congressional race.
A Virginia legislative watchdog agency says the state’s elections systems have a number of problems, including an unreliable IT system and a leadership structure susceptible to undue political influence.
New Elections Commissioner Chris Piper promised local elections officials and the state board that steps to deal with the problem of answers being wrongly filled in automatically or not provided at all would be shared “in coming weeks.”
Officials in Maryland say they will not be handing over the voter data requested by a commission set up by President Donald Trump to investigate alleged voter fraud.
Virginia’s Republican-controlled House of Delegates has passed legislation to require proof of United States citizenship before registering to vote in state and local elections.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe says Donald Trump should provide proof to back up his claim that there was widespread voter fraud in Virginia on Election Day.
In an election year where the integrity of the election has been called into question, there’s an effort to make sure that voters know their rights if they are challenged at the polling place.
A former Alexandria resident faces up to 40 years in prison on charges that he falsified four voter registration forms while working for a nonprofit that helps people sign up.
Voters waited in line for hours to cast their
ballots on Election Day. Now, some claim the move
to expand early voting in Maryland could lead to
Three Virginia congressman are asking Attorney
General Eric Holder to conduct a multi-state
investigations into a company that has been
registering voters for the Nov. 6 election.
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