Tagged With Voter Fraud

The Republican pastor whose campaign was accused of election fraud in North Carolina won't run in a new election as Mitch McConnell tries to lay blame on Democrats


North Carolina officials order a new congressional election after 4 wild days of hearings over an alleged voter fraud scheme


Trump tweeted misleading voter fraud statistics, claiming non-citizens voted in Texas



Trump attacked the legitimacy of the US midterms the same way his own officials warned Russia would


Trump appears not to understand grocery shopping in latest push for voter ID laws in the US


Trump calls for strict voter ID laws, which critics say disenfranchise the poor and minorities



The Trump administration scraps its voter-fraud commission


Roy Moore spokeswoman defends voter fraud conspiracies in heated interview with CNN's Dana Bash


Roy Moore still refuses to concede -- and he asked supporters to donate to an 'election integrity fund' to find voter fraud


Hackers were able to break into US voting machines in less than two hours


NBC News interview on Trump's voter-fraud commission goes off the rails seconds after it starts


The White House is pushing back against reports that states are overwhelmingly rejecting its voter-fraud panel's information request



A privacy group is suing Trump's election integrity panel for trying to collect voter data


2 more states are refusing to hand over voters' personal data to the White House


Kentucky secretary of state: 'There's not enough bourbon here in Kentucky' to justify White House request for voter info


'A waste of taxpayer money': States are pushing back against Trump commission's request for voters' personal information



Trump's voter-fraud panel asked all 50 states for registered voters' personal information -- here's how they're responding


Trump reportedly revives false voter fraud claims, calling Elizabeth Warren 'Pocahontas'


Trump's planned move to investigate baseless voter-fraud claims delayed


Tiffany Trump is, in fact, registered in two states, but this online database could have prevented it