A bit of good news. In this month’s Volume 29 Issue 5 for May 2023 of the Verdict, a hardcopy newsletter by Judicial Watch (JW), they announced a court win against Los Angeles county. Judicial Watch’s suit forced L.A. county to remove more than 1.2 million ineligible voters from the voter rolls. Over 634,000 of these ineligible voters had been on L.A.’s rolls for over 10 years.
Also announced in other cases, courts ruled in favor of Judicial Watch (JW):
- they stopped discriminatory elections in Hawai’i
- Forced New York to remove 441,083 ineligible voters
- Forced Kentucky to remove hundred of thousands of ineligible voters
- Forced 2 counties in North Carolina to remove 430,000 ineligible voters
- Agreed with JW and ruled that Maryland was “extreme” congressional gerrymandering
- Ruled for JW that Illinois must stop extending Election Day for 14 days beyond the date established by federal law.
JW has a good lawyer leading their effort on vote corruption. He is senior attorney Robert Popper, previously in the Voting Section of the Civil Rights Division of the DOJ, where he managed voting rights investigations, litigations, consent decrees and settlements.
At this link is a JW press release: