She doesn’t seem to know that Republicans did try to abolish it in Nixon’s day. But wiser heads prevailed.
The very notion of noncitizen voting is fraught with peril, especially in a big city such as New York.
Meanwhile, the post-Dobbs frenzy continues.
A red wave is coming. At this point, the only question is: How big?
The law would’ve allowed an estimated 800,000 non-citizens to vote in New York City elections.
The Berger ruling bolsters the presumption that federal courts should not second-guess how state law allocates powers within the states.
Leading Michigan gubernatorial candidate Ryan Kelley’s arrest actually hurts Gretchen Whitmer by depriving her of the opponent she would have wanted to run against.
When confronted by the street realities of the social fraying of San Francisco, patient C.B. and others simply did not see what others saw.
Some rare good news for conservatives from the state of California.
With supply-chain issues getting worse, a policy center is warning local election officials to ensure they have enough paper to print ballots for the November elections.