Fair Voting

Trump’s 2016 Campaign Reportedly Wanted Black Voters to Stay Home

The UK’s Channel 4 News obtained a large data cache revealing how Donald Trump‘s 2016 campaign created a digital strategy to deter at least 3.5 million African-Americans from showing up at the polls. The database was compiled by Trump’s digital team and contained information on almost 200 million Americans spread over 5000 files.  “In 16 …

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Report: Trump Campaign Actively Discussing Radical Measures to Bypass Election Results

A jarring new report from The Atlantic claims that the Trump campaign is discussing potential strategies to circumvent the results of the 2020 election, should Joe Biden defeat Donald Trump, by first alleging the existence of rampant fraud and then asking legislators in battleground states where the Republicans have a legislative majority to bypass the …

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FBI Warns Voters about Election Crimes Ahead of the November 2020 Election

Fair elections are the foundation of our democracy in the United States, and the FBI is committed to protecting the rights of all Americans to vote. The FBI is issuing this warning to educate voters about federal election crimes and how to avoid them, and to encourage voters to report suspected violations. “Every year, Americans …

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America’s Tech Billionaires Could Help Protect the Election. If They Wanted To.

I recently wrote that Mark Zuckerberg is the most powerful unelected man in America. His and Facebook’s efforts to try to combat election-related disinformation on its platform, however comforting, were merely “an admission of a great power that should make Americans uncomfortable,” I said. Some readers argued I had it wrong. First, criticizing the helpful …

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Witness Signature Not Required on Absentee Ballots in SC Once Again

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Absentee voting rules have changed once again in South Carolina. The latest court ruling says ballots will not need a witness signature for the General Election.  “I was completely terrified that they were not going to count my vote,” absentee voter Brittany Risher said.  Like many South Carolina absentee voters, Risher is …

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