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Recorder’s Office settlement with Project Vote could show voters who were kicked off rolls

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A settlement between the Maricopa County Recorder's Office and a national voting-rights group could shine a light on how voters are removed from voting rolls across Greater Phoenix. Read more

Civil Rights Groups Threaten to Sue New York Over Voting Rights Violations

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Asian-American and Latino civil rights groups are among those threatening to sue New York state over allegations that its Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) failed to send voter registration applications it received to local election boards. Read more

House to vote on bill that groups say hurts minority voters

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A new Georgia elections bill raised the ire of voter advocacy groups, who say it could disproportionately hurt minority Georgians trying to join the state’s voter rolls. Read more

Voter Fraud Experts: Trump’s “Bizarre” Claim Of Illegal Votes Could Lead To Severe Voter Restrictions

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President Donald Trump’s continued bogus claims that between three and five million illegal votes were cast in the 2016 presidential election have drawn concern and criticism from voter fraud experts who say the allegation hurts the new administration’s credibility and paves the way for severe voter restrictions. Read more

Throw Sand in the Gears of Everything

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Project Vote board member, Frances Fox Piven writes about the history of mass resistance and how it may relate to the "political dangers of a Trump administration" today. Read more

The end of voter registration drives

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Elisa Wiseman, Isthmus Molly McGrath knows a way to get people excited about voting. “Let’s make registering to vote a... Read more

All This Talk of Voter Fraud? Across U.S., Officials Found Next to None

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The overwhelming consensus from election officials across the country is that there is virtually no voter fraud in America. Read more

Warren, Healey denounce Trump’s nominee for AG

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As protesters rallied against his pick for chief strategist, President-elect Donald Trump's plan to nominate Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions as attorney general also immediately came under fire Friday from Massachusetts elected officials. Read more

Vote by mail gaining in popularity in Nebraska

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by Steve White, NTV News Without enough poll workers, some counties are “mailing it in” this election. Voting by mail... Read more

Who benefited from same-day voter registration in Chicago?

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Same-day registration, an initiative designed to improve ballot access, caught on in white areas of Chicago more so than black and Latino communities during last spring’s primaries. Read more