There’s no moral difference between suppressing the vote through the law and stealing ballots. Both may have happened in North Carolina.
State election officials investigate fraud claims involving absentee ballots and a political operative hired by candidate Mark Harris.
After a years-long lawsuit, the former presidential candidate has settled with the state to use paper ballots by 2020.
Even though the 2018 elections had the highest midterm voter turnout in half a century, fewer than half of eligible voters cast their ballots.
These states’ drawn-out 2018 counts could hold significance for future ballot design, voting machines and barriers against voter suppression.
More ballots need to be counted, but the outcome of the midterm elections in the two southern states may not change.
It is an ambitious plan for a divided government.
According to an adviser to Democratic candidate Stacey Abrams, “They’re supposed to get it done by the close of business tomorrow. But the volume is huge. This election is a disaster.”
In the Sunshine State, a remarkable citizen initiative could restore the right to vote to over 1.4 million Floridians.
Republicans are using voter suppression to maintain their grip on power. If we don't act now, we'll forfeit what's left of our freedoms.