Chad Gigowski, a 28-year-old resident of suburban Milwaukee, voted twice last November. Nobody disputes that.SEE ALSO: Minnesota Majority's Dan McGrath on voter ID failure: "Voter fraud likely played a role" Prosecutors threw the book at Gigowski, claiming people have to understand that voter fraud ... More >>
Voter ID may be a dead issue, but the state's leading pro-voter ID group lives on -- barely.SEE ALSO: Minnesota Majority's Dan McGrath on voter ID failure: "Voter fraud likely played a role"Last Tuesday, Minnesota Majority announced it needed to raise $20,000 before the week was through to stay aliv ... More >>
Well, here's a twist -- Minnesota Majority, the paranoid group that led the charge for the failed voter ID amendment, is coming to the defense of an 86-year-old woman who voted twice and has been charged with felony voter fraud.SEE ALSO: MNGOP Rep. Mary Kiffmeyer blames voter ID failure on "misinfor ... More >>
Last month, Minnesota Majority's Dan McGrath took lots of heat for blaming the not-really-that-close defeat of the voter ID amendment on voter fraud, despite not presenting any evidence fraud actually occurred. SEE ALSO: Minnesota Majority wanted you to follow buses leaving polling places on electio ... More >>
Last month, the ACLU of Minnesota announced they'd give $1,000 to anyone who could produce proof of a voter impersonation conviction from the last decade. The idea, of course, was to illustrate the pointlessness of the Minnesota Majority-led Voter ID amendment drive, which would require all state ... More >>
Minnesota Majority is the main advocacy group backing the GOP-led drive for a constitutional amendment requiring all voters to show some form of identification at the polls.Today, one of the websites Minnesota Majority maintains -- wewantvoterid.com -- is being blasted for using racist imagery.
Reps. Mary Kiffmeyer and Mike Benson want to see your IDTwo Republican legislators are pushing bills that would require voters to bring photo IDs to the polls. Both bills are slated for a hearing at the House Government Operations and Elections Committee Thursday morning.
Watch out for people wearing buttons--they're breaking the law. Minnesota Majority is urging supporters to commit civil disobedience by wearing their "Please ID Me" buttons at the polls today. A federal judge banned the buttons Monday, but the conservative group told followers to go ahead and ... More >>
Photo by debairdElection Integrity Watch wants to see your IDA group of Tea-partying conservative activists is suing for the right to wear campaign slogans and intimidating buttons to polling places on Nov. 2. And oh yeah -- they just might ask to see your ID. So far, 7,390 people have signed up ... More >>
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