A delayed vote-by-mail count in Florida’s 2018 midterm elections triggered protests, misinformation and unsupported charges of “fraud” by Republicans.
Trial and terror (rebroadcast)
Since 9/11, nearly every terrorist attack in the United States has come from within.
Fifty years after the Voting Rights Act of 1965, people of color across the U.S. still are engaged in a battle to protect their right to vote
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Texas’ voter ID law is confusing voters into disenfranchising themselves
Will it happen again?
Crosscheck is ineffective and insecure. But states aren’t withdrawing
The system run by Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach is supposed to help stop voter fraud, but it’s opening up millions to identity theft.
Kobach wants DHS to pursue voter citizenship tests, internal docs show
Documents suggest the Trump administration’s ultimate goal may be to push for citizenship tests for people across the country registering to vote.
How Jeff Sessions could determine the state of democracy in Texas
Federal judges have ruled four separate times this year that Republican leaders in Texas rigged election systems to discriminate against minority voters, which potentially could land the entire state under federal oversight.
Why the Justice Department’s reversal on Texas voter ID matters
A federal judge still has to settle whether Texas Republicans designed the law to discriminate, and what she decides could determine whether Texas officials are held accountable.
Wisconsin’s recount: How will it work?
Counties have 12 days to recount all their ballots from the Nov. 8 general election. Wisconsin was one of the closest states in the presidential election – only 22,177 out of nearly 3 million votes cast separated Donald Trump from Hillary Clinton in the official canvass.
White nationalist Richard Spencer: ‘Sharing is for losers’
White nationalist Richard Spencer held a weekend conference in Washington, D.C., which got more attention than he ever dreamed possible. But he seemed surprised and concerned that his ideas might get tarred and dismissed as simply neo-Nazi.