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No, and advancing myths of fraud and rigged elections undermines faith in our democracy. Here's the truth.
An unprecedented buildup of secret law has been created by the federal government since 9/11 through legal memos, court rulings, agreements with foreign nations, and more.
The decision comes after voting advocacy groups filed a lawsuit arguing more than 100,000 voters could be disenfranchised because of disruptions caused by Hurricane Matthew.
This new series examines the facts amid an election season full of rhetoric on “rigged elections,” political posturing, and sensational claims from both sides about core tenets of American democracy.
Brennan Center contributor Victoria Bassetti's new three-part podcast series, “The Line,” examines the false claims of election rigging, how to fix low voter turnout in America, and the continued fight over voter identification laws.
Natural disasters strike and technology is not fail-safe, but diversifying registration methods will provide voters a variety of options to ensure eligibility to participate on Election Day.
Early voting makes sense. But allowing it too early can deprive voters of last-minute information. Making it too late vanquishes early voting’s advantages.
The White House today released the latest iteration of its plan to counter violent extremism (CVE).
Ahead of tonight’s final presidential debate, Donald Trump continues to claim the November election will be “rigged,” urging his supporters to monitor polling places for “large scale fraud.”