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Klobuchar gives Senate floor speech claiming Republicans threaten ‘freedom to vote’

Sen. Amy Klobuchar recently gave a speech on the Senate floor that portrayed Republican governors and state legislators as imminent threats to the "freedom...

Klobuchar continues ‘voting rights’ tour, calls election integrity bills ‘evil’

Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota is continuing to travel around the U.S. to push for federal legislation that protects "voting rights," which she and...

Commentary: Legislative session sees no election integrity measures, approval of drop...

The 2021 legislative session was a bust as far as election integrity is concerned. Republican demands for voter ID and provisional balloting were dropped,...

Officials raised concerns for years about security of U.S. voting machines,...

(The Center Square) – The Dominion Voting Systems, which has been used in multiple states where fraud has been alleged in the 2020 U.S....

Philadelphia voting equipment stolen from warehouse, election officials say

Philadelphia election officials scrambled Wednesday after a computer and two flash drives used to program electronic voting machines were stolen, according to a Philadelphia...

Kaufman: Voting in person is safe and smart

Whether in Chicago or Laramie, COVID-19 concerns have led to increased support for mail-in voting.  Expecting a surge, many officials already mailed out absentee ballots, and more than half...

Minnesota Supreme Court to review voting requirements relaxed amid COVID-19 pandemic

The Minnesota Supreme Court will accelerate its consideration of a voting requirement that was waived because of the coronavirus pandemic. In early August, a Ramsey...

Minneapolis is sued over stacking ballot boards

In Minneapolis, absentee ballot review boards are being stacked with bureaucrats instead of election judges. The problem is that Minnesota law appears to require...

Counties are sending out absentee ballots without the ballots being requested

There are reports across the Twin Cities of persons who have received absentee ballot request forms without requesting them. Normally, absentee ballots are only...

Landlords Win Case Against Minneapolis and St. Paul Over First Amendment...

The federal district court for the district of Minnesota just ruled in favor of the Minnesota Voters Alliance and landlords (MVA, or the plaintiffs)...