Wisconsin Veterans Group Sues to Sequester State’s Military Absentee Ballots Before Vote Counting Begins
Just days before the Nov. 8 midterm election, a Waukesha County Circuit Court judge was asked to sequester the state’s military absentee ballots until they ...
‘Nothing Has Changed’: Lawmaker Fears Loophole in Wisconsin Elections Will Make Midterms a Rerun of 2020
Wisconsin state Assemblywoman Janel Brandtjen, a Republican, worries that not enough has been done to prevent the upcoming midterm election from becoming a replay of ...
Bodycam Footage Shows Texas Man Admitting to Brazen Cash-for-Ballots Scheme
The race for county judge in the second biggest county in Texas was rocked last month when allegations of past fraudulent ballot harvesting surfaced against ...
Man Who Shot 84-Year-Old Michigan Pro-Life Activist Identifies Himself
“I shot somebody. It was an accident,” said a 74-year-old Michigan homeowner in a Sept. 27 video interview with TV-8 News of Grand Rapids. The ...
Barr’s Jan. 6 Committee Testimony Provokes Push-Back From Election Watchdog Group
Former U.S. Attorney General William Barr bolstered the Jan. 6 Committee’s case that the 2020 presidential election was the “most secure in history.” He also ...
1,634 Non-Citizens Under Investigation for Attempting to Register to Vote in Georgia
Georgia's Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has referred 1,634 cases of non-citizens attempting to register to vote for investigation and potential prosecution. Attempting to register ...
Protracted Rent Moratorium Forcing Small Landlords Out of Business
Extended rent moratoriums and the slow distribution of billions in federal rent assistance are driving many small landlords to call it quits. “Nobody wants to ...
Hundreds Protest Vaccination Mandates in Michigan
LANSING, Mich.—About 800 protesters gathered Friday afternoon on the grounds outside the Michigan State Capitol to rally against government mandates for vaccinations and masks. In ...
Michigan Legislature Repeals Governor’s Emergency Powers Act
LANSING, Mich.—The Michigan House of Representatives on July 21 voted in favor of repealing the Emergency Powers Act used by the governor to implement COVID-19 ...