After failing to steal the 2020 presidential election, GOP Trump loyalists are attempting to take over state parties, voting precincts, and secretary of state offices so they can steal the next elections.
American Legislative Exchange Council lawmakers are hoping to copy and paste the controversial Arizona “audit” of the 2020 November presidential election just like they do model legislation from the corporate bill mill.
ALEC’s national board treasurer, Arizona Senate President Karen Fann, leads the charge on the highly controversial Maricopa County ballot audit widely denounced by election officials from both parties.
Don't believe the hype about "woke" corporations taking public stands against Republican voter suppression. Behind the scenes, state lawmakers who work hand in hand with corporate lobbyists are leading the charge to restrict the vote.
The Center for Media and Democracy spoke with People For the American Way President Ben Jealous about poll watching's racist history and current resurgence.
In a video with the right-wing Texas Public Policy Foundation, the Kentucky senator made it clear that he’s teaming up with the American Legislative Exchange Council to back Trumpian voter suppression efforts this year.
Nearly a decade after losing scores of major corporate sponsors due to its support for controversial voter ID and "stand your ground" laws, one thing is clear: ALEC is back in the voter suppression game.
GOP-aligned groups are using ads, activist tool kits, social media posts, statements, and letters to Congress to attack the For the People Act, sometimes with falsehoods about its contents.
Members of the influential Council for National Policy and the American Legislative Exchange Council's secretive elections working group doubled down on the same voter fraud fabrications that inspired the deadly Capitol insurrection.
ALEC’s 2020 Legislator of the Year, Pennsylvania Sen. Chris Dush, signed a Jan. 5 letter asking Vice President Pence to stop certification of the presidential election results, just one day before the violent Capitol insurrection, and compared Gov. Wolf’s administration to the Nazi Party.