Monday, June 14, 2021

Tag: voting

Greg Palast investigates: The looming vote by mail crisis that could...

Are Americans playing Russian Roulette with their vote?

Suppressed 2020: The fight to vote

Amidst a global health crisis, the cruel weaponization of vote-by-mail restrictions has turned the constitutional right to vote into a choice between life and death.

What our November elections could look like

In other words, looking to the fall, record numbers of voters will be casting mail-in ballots. But sizable numbers of voters will still be looking to vote in person.

A vote against crisis

Votes on important issues could take place at any time, and since it would be done via the Internet, voters could vote at any convenient time.

Rights groups work to stop ‘unnecessary and potentially disenfranchising purges’ of...

“We want to ensure eligible voters and election integrity are protected.”

Exclusive: Rush to vote-by-mail could cost Dems the election

Mail-in voting puts millions of minority ballots at risk.

Why the Supreme Court made Wisconsin vote during the coronavirus crisis

That decision sent what I believe to be a clear message to Americans: Don’t turn to the Supreme Court to protect your right to vote, even in the case of a genuine emergency.

Media silent as poll workers contract COVID-19 at primaries that DNC,...

And instead of reporting on this urgent story, the media have enabled this dangerous behavior.

Exit polls vs machine counts or, how you might rig a...

These kinds of large disparities between the exit polls and the machine counts might be dismissed as an anomaly but so many cases in so many states should probably have raised alarm bells.

Young people are set to make history with Bernie Sanders, and...

“Sanders is a movement candidate—who will be accountable to our generation.”

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