Many Americans are struggling to make ends meet. But they still have a constitutional right to make their voices heard.
A request for sensitive voter information by the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity is causing a backlash from civil rights advocacy groups, governors and state secretaries. (Pictured, a 2014 march for voter protections.)
Investigative reporter Greg Palast is part of the nationwide effort to stop ballot-purging and voter suppression, as are the Civil Rights Center, the ACLU, the NAACP, Common Cause and others.
In an interview with Democracy Now!, journalist Ari Berman labels the newly created group "a voter suppression commission."
The strange political dominance of the Grand Old Party can be explained by 12 factors, including the neoliberal agenda of the Democratic Party, gerrymandering, the politics of fear, and mass ignorance in much of the U.S. populace.
A number of sources, including a team of computer scientists and Green Party presidential nominee Stein, are claiming that the results of the Nov. 8 election were affected by tampering tactics of various kinds.
“It was stolen in Florida, it was stolen in Arizona, it was stolen in North Carolina, Pennsylvania. Possibly Ohio, Wisconsin and Michigan,” Palast told Truthdig.
Where do you vote? What's on the ballot? And what to do if your access is denied?Where do you vote? What's on the ballot? And what should you do if your access is denied?
There's been a good deal of chatter about a "rigged election" in recent months, and that's not simply trumped-up spin. Corruption of the voting process involves broad restrictions on the power of citizens to choose their leaders.
A DOJ statement of interest filed Monday in response to an emergency lawsuit finds that GOP-led roll purging violates the National Voter Registration Act.