Despite repeated false claims by state politicians and their constituents that rampant voter fraud took place during the 2020 general election, out of the 5.5 million voters who cast ballots in Nor
The prevalence or importance of voter fraud seems less a matter of fact than of faith. Those who accept Trump's claims are exercising their beliefs to push back against experts, courts and academics.
Voter fraud has been the rallying cry for Republicans who have been aiming for stricter voter ID laws.
Conservative commentator Dinesh D'Souza's new film "2,000 Mules" alleges massive voter fraud in the 2020 election, but NPR has found the filmmakers made multiple misleading and false claims.
Kim Wyman vigorously pushed back against President Trump's unfounded claims of voter fraud and is widely seen as a mail-in ballot and security expert. She'll start her new role on Nov. 19.
Republican Gov. Greg Abbott says on Twitter that he will veto funding for the state legislature after Democratic lawmakers walked out, blocking passage of new voting restrictions.
A bipartisan group of 10 former secretaries of defense criticized attempts to challenge November's presidential election and called it a dangerous threat to the nation's security.
Former police captain Mark Anthony Aguirre was paid $266,400 by the right-wing Liberty Center for God and Country to investigate an alleged ballot fraud scheme in Harris County, Texas.
Republicans in North Carolina are upset that a federal judge struck down a law requiring voters to present a photo identification at the polls.
Texas officials later acknowledged that their list wrongly contained the names of U.S. citizens. The judge criticized what he called the state's threatening letters to suspect voters.