ProPublica offers a guide to True the Vote, the controversial watchdog group that has been gaining national attention for its aggressive efforts to weed out voter fraud. Read more.
The Associated Press and the Herald-Tribune newspaper report that Republicans have fired a vendor suspected of submitting questionable new voter registrations in Palm Beach County. Read more.
Florida election officials react to the state’s efforts to remove some noncitizens from the voter rolls less than six weeks before the presidential election, according to a report in the Tampa Bay Times. Read more.
The Tampa Bay Times criticizes Gov. Rick Scott for what it calls efforts to suppress the votes of minorities and low-income Floridians. Read more.
Florida election officials are investigating hundreds of cases of suspected voter fraud by a GOP consulting firm employed by the Republican National Committee, according to a report on nbcnews.com. Read more.
According to the Los Angeles Times, a tea party group in Ohio has come up with a list of at least 2,100 names that it is seeking to remove from state voter rosters. Read more.
The website Newsbound offers a slideshow and links to help voters understand the current controversy over voter ID laws. Read more.
The Miami Herald reports on a list of 198 potentially ineligible voters produced by Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s elections department. Meanwhile, state attorneys may begin examining whether to bring criminal charges against noncitizens who may have voted. Read more.
Cronkite News reports on Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett’s announcement that officials have found nine new cases of election fraud involving people who voted in more than one state in the 2008 presidential election. Read more.
In a column in The Washington Post, Eugene Robinson argues that voter ID laws are not a solution to the problem of voter fraud because there is no voter fraud problem. Read more.