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About one in 12 names were removed from the rolls, and some voters have reported problems
'We’ve never seen anything like this'
Allegations that votes cast in the Georgia governor's race for Democrat Stacey Abrams instead went to Republican Brian Kemp highlight the problem of our aging machines
A new Brennan Center analysis finds that the few toss-ups on the House map were much less likely than the safer seats to have been drawn through a process controlled by one party
We examined the claims of groups pushing for aggressive purging. They didn’t hold up.
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.
It’s a key tool for making voting easier
The state should create and publicize a top-flight voter registration emergency-preparedness plan
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.