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The GOP legislature is trying to take the vote away from people with past legal woes — and some prosecutors are looking for ways around a new restriction.
Gov. Tom Wolf is weighing whether to sign SB 48, a GOP bill that would ban straight-ticket voting and give Donald Trump an edge in 2020.
A December 4 runoff for secretary of state will help determine how Georgia handles decisions around securing voting machines and purging voter rolls.
Brazil’s elections are plagued by virtually none of the problems that mar the credibility of U.S. elections year after year. Why?
Stacey Abrams could become Georgia’s first black governor, but her opponent Brian Kemp is also overseeing the election — where voter suppression is rampant.
Out of 135 million votes cast on November 8, only four cases of voter fraud were documented.
Georgia’s early voting turnout was historic, with more than 2.2 million votes cast before Election Day. Of those, nearly 400,000 were first-time voters.
Trump wants his supporters to watch the polls in “certain” areas, but the integrity of the vote has been under attack by state and local governments for years.
Evidence is piling up that systematic voter suppression played a significant part in bringing Tuesday’s turnout to the lowest level since the 1940s.
An analysis of reported campaign contributions suggests there is support for candidates reflected in donor bases that may be missed by traditional polling.