Following the 2020 election, it looked like the midterms could create more chaos. But mostly, they didn’t. Why?
Extreme new laws built on Trump’s Big Lie crack down on a phantom problem: widespread voter fraud.
Election attorneys and voting rights experts worry these laws will scare people away from voting. So we’ve created this guide to make sure you know the rules in your state.
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The proliferation of election crime legislation is the most threatening front in voter suppression efforts in generations.
Help us understand whether new election rules and threats are keeping people from voting.
Reveal created a first-of-its-kind database to track bills that target election crimes in state legislatures across the country.
The group True the Vote has collected millions off spreading “the big lie” that the 2020 election was stolen by voter fraud.
The Texas attorney general would be the one to hold True the Vote accountable on allegations that it swindled a $2.5 million donor. But the nonprofit’s founder has been a friend and ally.
A review of thousands of pages of documents paints the picture of True the Vote as an organization that enriches insiders rather than rooting out voter fraud.
The story of True the Vote highlights how exploiting Trump’s Big Lie has become a lucrative enterprise, growing from a cottage industry to a thriving economy.