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Monitoring the Ways We Expand or Suppress Voting
How Online Propaganda Grew More Insidious as 2020 Election Day Approached
Early on, false claims targeted voters. After Election…
Assessing the Moment: How Far Will Democrats Go for Democracy Reform?
The moral case for voting rights echoes the early 1960s. But this century’s vote suppressors are pinstriped technocrats, not mob-leading sheriffs.
Interview: Voting Booth on Post-2020 Push by State GOP to Making it Harder to Vote
As the second Senate impeachment trial of Donald Trump commenced, much of the case against the former President relies on how he incited his supporters to attack the Capitol based on their sincere belief that the 2020 election was stolen from their leader. In one…