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It’s been a long road. And so many people contributed. But I knew this day would come.
A state with a long and troubling voting rights history deserves scrutiny
Voters there are facing a new law
From purges to voter intimidation to machine snafus, voting issues have proliferated this cycle. Here, a Brennan Center roundup.
Our expert guide
Trump deserves blame, but there’s plenty to go round
The burden will fall most heavily on communities that already have historically seen their voices marginalized
We need to make it illegal to intentionally spread false election information. And we should require that online ads disclose who's behind them.
With early voting starting Monday, a range of efforts to restrict voting in the Peach State could cause big problems at the polls. We explain what’s going on.
It’s a rhetorical strategy that for centuries has been used to thwart popular democracy