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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
Electronic pollbooks are an overlooked vulnerability in election systems. The way to recover from electronic pollbook malfunctions is to have paper backups ready.
Partisan gerrymandering case at crossroads in latest hearing
In a major report in July, we found that voter purges increased significantly in the 2016 election cycle. Now, new numbers from three states offer cause for alarm about 2018, too.
Lawmakers likely to attack governor’s effort to restore franchise to parolees
More than 80 percent of the state’s voters use electronic machines that do not leave an auditable paper trail
A federal judge declined to make Georgia abandon its insecure paperless voting machines for this election. But the ruling laid the groundwork for forcing Georgia and other states to ditch the machines in the future.
Here Are 3 Solutions to the Problem
The supposedly progressive state is disenfranchising its citizens