Voter Fraud & Voter ID Laws

Voter Fraud & Voter ID Laws


One of the most important and emotionally charged issues in contemporary politics is voter fraud. The public debate over this issue centers around two diametrically opposed perspectives. One perspective maintains that any policy that increases the potential for fraud in the electoral process undermines both the validity of that process and the confidence Americans have in it. Those who embrace this view assert that strong measures—most notably Voter ID requirements at polling places—should be implemented to reduce or eliminate the possibility of voter fraud occurring. They agree with the Supreme Court’s 2006 declaration that: “[C]onfidence in the integrity of our electoral processes is essential to the functioning of our participatory democracy. Voter fraud drives honest citizens out of the democratic process and breeds distrust of our government. Voters who fear their legitimate votes will be outweighed by fraudulent ones will feel disenfranchised.”

The opposing perspective contends that the incidence of voter fraud is extremely rare, and that initiatives like Voter ID requirements are unnecessary and constitute a form of vote suppression. A related argument holds that some demographic subgroups of the U.S. population—particularly nonwhite, low-income, and elderly people—are considerably less likely to hold government-issued forms of ID than are their white, affluent, and younger counterparts. Thus, say the critics, Voter ID laws discriminate against these subgroups and function as a modern-day equivalent of “poll taxes” that have the effect of disenfranchising certain groups.

Existing Voter ID Laws

As of 2018, a total of 35 states had laws requesting or requiring voters to show some form of identification at the polls. The remaining 15 states used other methods to verify the identity of voters. Most frequently, other identifying information provided at the polling place, such as a signature, was checked against information on file.

Is Voter Fraud Rare? Are Voter ID Laws Discriminatory?

The notion that voter fraud is an uncommon occurrence can be traced most significantly to Citizens Without Proof, a November 2006 report produced by the George Soros-funded Brennan Center for Justice, which stated that “fraud by individual voters is both irrational [because perpetrators risk penalties of five years in prison and a $10,000 fine] and extremely rare.”

Citizens Without Proof is most often cited for its widely circulated claim that about 25% of all African-Americans of voting age do not own a photo ID. But an August 2011 Heritage Foundation study exposed that report as being “dubious in its methodology and results, and suspect in its sweeping conclusions.” For example, Heritage noted that the Brennan Center had: (a) used biased questioning to obtain the results it wanted vis à vis minority voters; (b) based its report entirely on one survey of 987 “voting age American citizens,” but made no effort to determine whether the respondents were in fact citizens; (c) neglected to ask whether the respondents were actual voters, likely voters, registered voters, or even eligible to vote at all; and (d) failed to ask the respondents whether they had student or tribal ID cards, even though such cards are acceptable forms of Voter ID in some states.

Further, Heritage pointed out that the Brennan Center statistics are sharply at odds with the findings of previous studies on voter-identification documents. For example, a 2008 American University survey in Maryland, Indiana, and Mississippi found that fewer than one-half of 1 percent of registered voters lacked a government-issued ID. Similarly, a 2006 survey of more than 36,000 voters found that only “23 people in the entire sample—less than one-tenth of one percent of reported voters—were unable to vote because of an ID requirement.” Heritage noted, moreover, that “every state that has passed a voter ID law has also ensured that the very small percentage of individuals who do not have a photo ID can easily obtain one for free if they cannot afford one.”

Lastly, the Heritage Foundation study identified footnotes within Citizens Without Proof that not only cast serious doubt on the results of the report, but actually contradict its major claims. For example, Footnote 1 states that “the results of this survey were weighted to account for underrepresentation of race,” but nowhere is there an explanation of how this factor was weighted, making it impossible to determine the accuracy of the footnote’s claim. Footnote 3 states that “135 respondents indicated that they had both a U.S. birth certificate and U.S. naturalization papers,” suggesting confusion on the part of the respondents. And perhaps most significantly, Footnote 4 states plainly that “[t]he survey did not yield statistically significant results for differential rates of possession of citizenship documents by race, age, or other identified demographic factors.”

Notwithstanding the methodological flaws of the Brennan Center study, a host of left-wing groups and individuals have echoed its assertions that voter fraud is exceedingly rare, and that among voting-age adults, 25% of blacks, 16% of Hispanics, 18% of senior citizens, 18% of those aged eighteen to twenty-four, and 15% of those who earn less than $35,000 annually, lack a photo ID. Noting that the corresponding figures for voting-age adults in other racial, ethnic, age, and income categories are significantly lower, these same critics cite the foregoing figures as evidence of selective disenfranchisement. In a December 2011 speech condemning Voter ID laws, for instance, Attorney General Eric Holder said: “It is time to ask: What kind of nation and what kind of people do we want to be? Are we willing to allow this era—our era—to be remembered as the age when our nation’s proud tradition of expanding the franchise ended?” In a May 2012 meeting of the Congressional Black Caucus and black church leaders, Holder revisited this theme:

“Despite our nation’s long history of extending voting rights to non-property owners and to women, to people of color, to Native Americans, and to younger Americans, today a growing number of our fellow citizens are worried about the same disparities, divisions and problems that nearly five decades ago so many fought to address. In my travels across this country I’ve heard a consistent drumbeat of concern from citizens who for the first time in their lives now have reason to believe that we are failing to live up to one of our nation’s most noble ideals and some of the achievements that defined the civil rights movement now hang, again, in the balance.”

By June 2012, Holder’s DOJ had already rejected applications by Texas and South Carolina for pre-clearance of their voter ID laws. According to DOJ, those states had not proven that their respective bills would have no discriminatory effect on minority voters.

On August 22, 2013, DOJ announced its intent to sue Texas over its voter ID law, contending that the state had adopted the law specifically for the purpose of denying or restricting the right to vote on account of race, color, or membership in a language minority group.

That same day, DOJ also announced that it would seek to intervene in a lawsuit over Texas’s redistricting laws. According to, this “would enable the federal government to seek a declaration that Texas’s 2011 redistricting plans for the U.S. Congress and the Texas State House of Representatives were adopted in order to deny or restrict the right to vote on account of race, color, or membership in a language minority group.”

Holder’s contention that Voter ID laws are unnecessary was dealt an embarrassing blow in early 2012, when James O’Keefe, a 28-year-old white investigative journalist, posted online a video of himself walking into the polling place in Holder’s District of Columbia precinct, falsely identifying himself as Eric Holder (a highly prominent 61-year-old African American), and asking for a ballot so he could vote in the Democratic primary which was being held that day. The video shows a poll worker responding to O’Keefe’s request by willingly offering him Holder’s ballot and making no effort to verify the young man’s identity.

In Rhode Island, black state senator Harold Metts — a Democrat who sponsored a voter ID bill — recalls one poll worker describing an encounter with a voter who was unable to spell his own (alleged) last name. Anastasia Williams — a black legislator in the Rhode Island House — says that when she showed up at her polling station to vote in 2006, she was told that she had already voted. On a separate occasion, Williams watched a Hispanic man cast his ballot, then go outside to change his clothes, and finally return to the polling station to vote again.

In February 2016, National Review Online reported that a recent study by Reuters “found almost no difference (2 versus 3 percent) in the number of white and black voters who lacked ID.

A Famous Case of Voter Fraud

Voter fraud clearly influenced a vitally important U.S. Senate election in Minnesota in 2008. Two years earlier, former community organizer Mark Ritchie—who had previously been tied to such pro-Barack Obama organizations as the New Party, the Campaign for America’s Future, and the Apollo Alliance—was elected as Minnesota’s secretary of state. According to Mary Kiffmeyer, the Republican incumbent whom Ritchie defeated: “The first thing he [Ritchie] did when he got into office was to dismantle the ballot reconciliation program we started. Under that program districts are required to check [the] number of ballots issued, by matching them with the number of ballots cast, that way we know immediately that the vote count is accurate.”

In 2008, Democrat Al Franken seemingly lost a hotly contested U.S. Senate race (in Minnesota) to Republican incumbent Norm Coleman by 725 votes. But Franken refused to concede, and the thin margin triggered an automatic recount. With Mark Ritchie presiding over the recount process, Coleman’s lead gradually vanished due to a host of mysterious, newly discovered votes that almost invariably benefited Franken. A detailed account of these developments can found here. By the time the recount (and a court challenge by Coleman) had ended in April 2009, Franken held a 312-vote margin of victory.

Mary Kiffmeyer said she was “absolutely sure” that Ritchie’s elimination of voting regulations was responsible for Franken’s win. She noted, for instance: “We now have 17,000 more ballots cast than there are voters who voted, and no way to determine what went wrong.” Dan McGrath and Jeff Davis, founders of the watchdog group Minnesota Majority, concurred that Franken’s slim margin of victory was directly attributable to Ritchie’s dismantling of election rules. Another consequence of Ritchie’s actions, for example, was that some 1,099 convicted felons, mostly residing in heavily Democratic areas, illegally voted in that election.

Former DOJ Voting Section attorney J. Christian Adams later pointed out that the voter fraud which allowed Franken to be elected ultimately played an indispensable role in the passage of Obamacare in 2010: “Al Franken is in the United States Senate because of voter fraud. He won that contest by 312 votes, but there were 1,099 illegal votes cast by felons. Every single felon who was contacted by the Minnesota media said that he voted for Al Franken. So we have a senator in the U.S. Senate because of voter fraud, and guess what? That senator was the 60th vote for Obamacare. So we actually have Obamacare because of voter fraud.”

Proof of How Easy It Is to Perpetrate Voter Fraud

In January 2014, journalist John Fund reported the following:

“New York City’s watchdog Department of Investigations has just provided the latest evidence of how easy it is to commit voter fraud that is almost undetectable. DOI undercover agents showed up at 63 polling places last fall and pretended to be voters who should have been turned away by election officials; the agents assumed the names of individuals who had died or moved out of town, or who were sitting in jail. In 61 instances, or 97 percent of the time, the testers were allowed to vote. Those who did vote cast only a write-in vote for a ‘John Test’ so as to not affect the outcome of any contest….

“[T]he sloppiness revealed in the DOI report is mind-boggling. Young undercover agents were able to vote using the names of people three times their age, people who in fact were dead. In one example, a 24-year female agent gave the name of  someone who had died in 2012 at age 87; the workers at the Manhattan polling site gave her a ballot, no questions asked. Even the two cases where poll workers turned away an investigator raise eyebrows. In the first case, a poll worker on Staten Island walked outside with the undercover investigator who had just been refused a ballot; the ‘voter’ was advised to go to the polling place near where he used to live and ‘play dumb’ in order to vote. In the second case, the investigator was stopped from voting only because the felon whose name he was using was the son of the election official at the polling place.”

Voter Fraud’s Enabler: Registration Fraud

Voter fraud is much easier to carry out, of course, if the groundwork is first laid in the form of voter-registration fraud, typified by such tactics as falsifying registration forms with forged or duplicate signatures, names of dead or non-existent people, names of convicted felons who are ineligible to vote, fake Social Security numbers, incorrect birth dates, and non-existent addresses. The most infamous perpetrator of this type of voter-registration fraud was the community organization ACORN—now defunct as an national entity, but reconstituted under a variety of different names in several states. In both the 2004 and 2008 election cycles, ACORN registered at least several hundred thousand voters. As of October 2008, the group was under investigation for tens of thousands of acts of voter-registration fraud in 13 states. To view a list of some of ACORN’s more egregious acts of voter-registration fraud, click here.

In 2012, the Pew Center for the States estimated that approximately 24 million of the roughly 150 million voter registrations in the U.S. were ineligible, including “more than 1.8 million dead people listed as voters; about 2.75 million with voter registrations in more than one state; and about 12 million voter records with incorrect addresses, meaning either the voters moved or errors in the information make it unlikely any mailings can reach them.”

In 2012 there were numerous voter-registration anomalies in the swing state of Ohio, which was widely regarded as the most important state in determining which candidate would win a majority of electoral votes in that year’s presidential election. In two Ohio counties, for example, the number of registered voters actually exceeded the entire voting-age population: Northwestern Ohio’s Wood County had 109 registered voters for every 100 eligible, and Lawrence County (along the Ohio River) had 104 registered per 100 eligible. Moreover, 31 additional counties reported over 90% voter registration, which was about 20% higher than the national average.

Also in 2012, there were reports of likely voter fraud in key states such as Pennsylvania, Virginia, Colorado, and Florida. In St. Lucie County, Florida, for instance, some 247,713 ballots were cast, though only 175,554 people were registered to vote. And ten counties in Colorado had 104% to 140% voter turnout.

Opposition to Purging Voter Rolls of Ineligible Names

Invariably, opponents of Voter ID laws also oppose initiatives to purge voter rolls of ineligible names—e.g. people who are deceased, who have relocated to a different state or voting district, or who have been convicted of felonies. Under the leadership of Attorney General Eric Holder, for instance, DOJ has made no effort to enforce laws requiring states to remove ineligible names from their voter rolls. In late May 2012, the Justice Department actually ordered the state of Florida to halt its efforts—which were already underway—to verify the identity and eligibility of the people listed on its voter rolls. DOJ explained its actions by saying that it had not yet been able to verify that Florida’s efforts “neither have the purpose nor will have the effect of discriminating on account of race, color, or membership in a language minority group.”

Florida was not compliant with DOJ, however. “We have an obligation to make sure the voter rolls are accurate and we are going to continue forward and do everything that we can legally do to make sure than ineligible voters cannot vote,” said Chris Cate, a spokesman for Florida secretary of state Ken Detzner. “We are firmly committed to doing the right thing and preventing ineligible voters from being able to cast a ballot. We are not going to give up our efforts to make sure the voter rolls are accurate.” In response, DOJ filed suit against Florida on June 12, 2012.

Earlier in 2012, Florida election officials had identified some 53,000 still-registered voters who were deceased, and another 2,600 who were non-citizens. In fact, state officials estimated that the total number of non-citizens on Florida’s registered-voter rolls was as high as 182,000. Moreover, Secretary Detzner revealed that he and his staff had been refused access (by the Department of Homeland Security) to the federal database containing more up-to-date immigration and citizenship information.

In a July 2010 column for PJ Media, J. Christian Adams exposed the Obama-Holder Justice Department’s resolve to turn a blind eye to problems involving corrupted voter rolls. Adams wrote that in November 2009, Deputy Assistant Attorney General Julie Fernandes had bluntly told dozens of Voting Section employees: “We have no interest in enforcing this provision [voter list integrity] of the law. It has nothing to do with increasing turnout, and we are just not going to do it.”

In June 2013, President Obama and his family vacationed in Africa. During their tour, the White House put out a Fact Sheet entitled “U.S. Support for Strengthening Democratic Institutions, Rule of Law, and Human Rights in Sub-Saharan Africa.” One of the first items highlighted which the White House highlighted was a $53 million program in Kenya designed to help young people “obtain National identification cards, a prerequisite to voter registration.” Said the Fact Sheet:

Civil society and independent media play a critical role in any vibrant democracy. Across sub-Saharan Africa, the United States supports efforts to ensure civil society organizations and independent media can organize, advocate, and raise awareness with governments and the private sector to improve political processes, transparency, and government performance. Examples include:

In Kenya, the $53 million Yes Youth Can program empowers nearly one million Kenyan youth to use their voices for advocacy in national and local policy-making, while also creating economic opportunities.  In advance of Kenya’s March 2013 general elections, Yes Youth Can’s “My ID My Life” campaign helped 500,000 youth obtain National identification cards, a prerequisite to voter registration, and carried out a successful nationwide campaign with Kenyan civic organizations to elicit peace pledges from all presidential aspirants.

In April 2014, PJ Media reported that the North Carolina State Board of Elections — in a 28-state crosscheck of voter rolls — had found thousands of instances of voter fraud in the state. For example:

  • 765 voters with an exact match of first and last name, DOB and last four digits of SSN were registered in N.C. and another state and voted in N.C. and the other state in the 2012 general election.
  • 35,750 voters with the same first and last name and DOB were registered in N.C. and another state and voted in both states in the 2012 general election.
  • 155,692 voters with the same first and last name, DOB and last four digits of SSN were registered in N.C. and another state –- and the latest date of registration or voter activity did not take place within N.C.

“The second point is key,” noted PJ Media, “as double voting is election fraud under state and federal statutes. Punishment for double voting in federal elections can include jail time.”

In October 2014, J. Christian Adams stated: “We have millions of people on the voter rolls who are not eligible to vote, millions of people who are not actually valid registrations. Absolutely nothing is being done about that from the government’s perspective. Only private organizations have done anything about it. Eric Holder, of course, is the attorney general who could do something about it but does not.”

Enumerating the types of people who were casting illegal ballots (or who were having such ballots cast in their names), Adams said: “There are dead people. There are foreigners. There are non-citizens. There are people who are duplicate registrations. They registered in more than one state. Sometimes they even vote in more than one state…. When states like Florida tried to do the citizenship verification, or states like Georgia, all these groups, including Eric Holder sprung up to sue them to try to stop them from checking to see if they were really citizens. So the states that do try to check for verification frequently find themselves on the bad end of a lawsuit…. This is something the Justice Department seems perfectly comfortable with. The status quo is something the department is totally comfortable with. Why that is, is not something I have an answer to.”

Voter-Registration Forms Are Given to Non-Citizens Nationwide

On June 14, 2024, the New York Post reported:

“Welfare offices and other agencies in 49 US states are providing voter registration forms to migrants without requiring proof of citizenship,

“Every state but Arizona — which recently passed a law barring the practice on state but not federal forms — gives applicants for either welfare benefits, driver’s licenses, or in some cases, mail-in ballots, voter registration forms without demanding proof of citizenship.

“There is currently no requirement on federal voting forms to provide proof of US citizenship, though it is illegal to falsely claim one is a citizen or for a non-citizen to cast a ballot in a federal election.

“But millions of migrants with humanitarian parole, refugee or asylum status are eligible for benefits that would bring them to the offices where voter registration takes place.

“The National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) of 1993 ordered states to register voters at the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and agencies where Americans apply for public benefits — and those offices are required by federal law to hand over the registration forms along with the application papers. If an applicant attests that they are a US citizen, that is considered valid on its face and the person is registered to vote.”

Ryan Walker, executive vice president of the Heritage Foundation’s sister group, Heritage Action, told The Post: “It is undeniable that the current structure makes it possible for illegal immigrants and non-citizens to vote — and the American people have no way of knowing how widespread the problem may be.”

Additional Resources:


Documented Voter Fraud & Voter-Registration Fraud in the U.S.

Fraud & The 2020 Presidential Election


Critical Condition: American Voter Rolls Filled with Errors …
By The Public Interest Legal Foundation
September 2020

A Sampling of Recent Election Fraud Cases from Across the United States
By The Heritage Foundation

Does Your Vote Count?
By The Heritage Foundation


Carter-Baker Report of 2005

Building Confidence in U.S. Elections
By the Commission on Federal Election Reform
(Co-chaired by Jimmy Carter and James A. Baker III)
September 2005

7 Ways the 2005 Carter-Baker Report Could Have Averted Problems With 2020 Election
By Fred Lucas
November 20, 2020

Corrupted Voter Rolls

Election Integrity Watchdog Files Lawsuits Over Millions of Cases of Voter Registration Fraud
By Mike Miller
October 9, 2022

One in Eight Voter Registrations Inaccurate; 51 Million Citizens Unregistered
February 14, 2021

New Data Analysis Finds 353 Counties With 1.8 Million More Registered Voters Than Eligible Citizens
By Mark Tapscott
October 18, 2020

Tens of Thousands of Dead and Duplicative Voters on NC Voter Rolls
By M. Dowling

Disastrous Voter Rolls Lead to Chaos in Elections
By J. Christian Adams
June 10, 2022

Voter ID

History of Voter ID
By The National Conference of State Legislatures

Voter Identification Requirements / Voter ID Laws
By The National Conference of State Legislatures

Without Proof: The Unpersuasive Case Against Voter Identification
By Hans A. von Spakovsky and Alex Ingram
August 24, 2011

Voter Photo Identification: Protecting the Security of Elections
By Hans von Spakovsky
July 13, 2011

How Does Requiring Voter ID Prevent Election Fraud?
By the Heritage Foundation
January 4, 2012

Look Who’s Behind ‘Voter ID Is Racist’ Campaign
By Aaron Klein
August 28, 2012

There Is No Honest Case Against Voter ID
By John Hayward
August 9, 2012

Getting It Wrong on Voter ID
By Hans A. von Spakovsky
August 3, 2012

Setting the Record Straight on Voter ID Laws
By Cleta Mitchell
July 6, 2011

The Case for Voter ID
By Kris Kobach
May 23, 2011

Voter Fraud

9 Election Reforms States Can Implement to Prevent Mistakes and Vote Fraud
By Hans von Spakovsky
February 2, 2021

Voter Fraud Cases from Across the United States
By The Heritage Foundation

A Sampling of Election Fraud Cases from Across the Country
By The Heritage Foundation
August 7, 2015

The Left’s National Vote Fraud Strategy Exposed
By James Simpson
May 8, 2012

Voter Fraud: An Existential Threat to America
By James Simpson
May 8, 2014

Voter Fraud Is Real. Here’s The Proof
By John Gibbs
October 13, 2016

An Inside Look at How Democrats Rig the Election Game
By James Simpson
August 9, 2014

How Democrats Steal Elections
By Paul Murphy
July 19, 2016

Voter Fraud: We’ve Got Proof It’s Easy 
By John Fund
January 12, 2014

The Latest Evidence of Voter Fraud—and Discrimination
By Hans von Spakovsky and John Fund
September 9, 2013

The Voter Fraud That ‘Never Happens’ Keeps Coming Back
By John Fund
February 8, 2013

The Reality of Voter Fraud
By John Fund
May 2, 2012

The Left’s Voter Fraud Secret
By Matthew Vadum
September 15, 2016

Voting By Mail & Absentee Ballots

Progressives Want Mail Voting: Here’s Why
By J. Christian Adams

Federal Judge Rules Signatures Don’t Have to Match Absentee Ballots in South Carolina
By Jack Phillips
October 28, 2020

Potential for Fraud Is Why Mail-In Elections Should Be Dead Letter
By Hans A. von Spakovsky
April 10, 2020

Judge Orders New Election After 78 Percent of Mail-In Ballots Found Invalid, Notary Arrested
By Jack Phillips
March 4, 2021

Error and Fraud at Issue as Absentee Voting Rises
October 6, 2012

Non-Citizen Voting

Do Non-Citizens Vote in U.S. Elections?
By Jesse T. Richman, Gulshan A. Chattha, and David C. Earnest


The Myth of Voter Suppression
By Jason Riley
December 2, 2019

Here’s Why Voter Fraud is So Difficult to Fight
January 25, 2017

The Georgia Reform Law: Who Wants Fair Elections?
By Hans von Spakovsky (Prager U)

Undercover Journalist in Full Burka Is Offered Huma Abedin’s Ballot
November 2016

This New York Voter Fraud Video Should Lead to Real Change
October 12, 2016

Rigging the Election – Video II: Mass Voter Fraud (Project Veritas Action)
October 18, 2012

Undercover Video Exposes Eye-popping Ease of Voter Fraud
August 2, 2016

Undercover Video Shows North Carolina Poll Workers Offering ballots to Ineligible Impostor – Twenty Times
November 3, 2014

Multiple NC Campaign Workers Willing to Aid Non-Citizen with Felony Kay Hagan Votes
October 30, 2014

Illegal Aliens, Non-Citizens Caught Voting In Florida In Vast Numbers
March 5, 2014

Ohio Voter Fraud Cases Investigated
December 22, 2013

Former Congressional Candidate, Cobby Williams, Arrested on Voter Fraud Charge
December 13, 2013

New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office Investigates Voter Fraud Claim in Grafton
March 26, 2013

Voter Fraud Investigation Prompts New Calls for Voter ID Law
November 30, 2012

Proof of Voter Fraud Near Capital of New York
November 29, 2012

John Fund Sounds the Alarm on Voter Fraud
November 2, 2012

Jim Moran’s (D-Va.) Field Director Conspires to Commit Voter Fraud and Forge Documents
October 8, 2012

DNC Staffer Assists Double Voting In Support of Obama
September 7, 2012

Glenn Reynolds Discusses Voter Fraud in America with Author John Fund
August 23, 2012

Exposing Voter Fraud in Kentucky
July 27, 2012

Voter Fraud Charges Expand in New Mexico Town
May 20, 2012

North Carolina Non-Citizens Voting, Dead Offered Ballots, UNC Officials Embrace Voter Fraud
May 15, 2012

Vote Fraud Test Case: US Attorney General Eric Holder’s Ballot to Vote Offered to Total Stranger
April 9, 2012

Voter Fraud Investigation Lands on Eric Holder’s Doorstep
April 9, 2012

O’Keefe Video Exposes Voter Fraud-Friendly Policies in Vermont
March 13, 2012

Caught on Tape: Dead People and Clones Offered Ballots in Vermont Primary
March 6, 2012

Registering Tim Tebow and Tom Brady to Vote in Minnesota
February 7, 2012

Mass Voter Fraud Discovered in Florida
February 3, 2012

South Carolina Attorney General: We Know For a Fact That Dead People Are Voting
January 21, 2012

New Hampshire Voter Fraud Investigation
January 11, 2012

Dead People Receive Ballots in NH Primary
January 11, 2012

Voter Fraud Allegations Mar Buffalo Race
October 30, 2011

The Constitution and the Right To Vote: Protecting against Voter Fraud
October 6, 2011

Anita Moncrief at Americans For Prosperity Foundation C-PAC (Part 1) (Part 2)
September 23, 2011

ACORN Voter Fraud: 2008 Presidential Election (Part 1) (Part 2) (Part 3)
February 8, 2011

University of Minnesota Students Engaged in Voter Fraud?
November 11, 2010

Are Prosecutors Trying To Conceal Minnesota’s Felon Voter Problem?
July 15, 2010

FBI Investigating ACORN for Voter Fraud
October 16, 2008

CNN Exposes How ACORN Steals Votes for Democrats
October 10, 2008

Diebold Electronic Vote Fraud Confirmed
February 1, 2008


Who’s Counting?: How Fraudsters and Bureaucrats Put Your Vote at Risk
By John Fund and Hans von Spakovsky

How the Obama Administration Threatens to Undermine Our Elections
By John Fund

Injustice: Exposing the Racial Agenda of the Obama Justice Department
By J. Christian Adams

Stealing Elections: How Voter Fraud Threatens Our Democracy
By John Fund

Dual Voters: Florida and North Carolina (Voter Integrity Project Technical Report Series)
By John Pizzo and Mark Merry


True The Vote


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