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This federal election reform agenda is the product of years of research and experience by the civil rights, voting rights, civic participation, and progressive advocacy community.
2006 presentation on vote suppression strategies that threaten democracy.
In the aftermath of a close election, some are quick to blame voter fraud for the results. Allegations of fraud, however, are often greatly exaggerated on closer examination, the claims amount to a great deal of smoke without much fire.
Fraud by individual voters is both irrational and extremely rare. Raising the unsubstantiated specter of mass voter fraud suits a particular policy agenda.
Response by the Brennan Center and Spencer Overton to the 2005 Carter-Baker commission on federal election reform