Vestigial laws may be ill-equipped for hyper-partisan 2020, writes Kristin Kanthak.
Tag: Voter Suppression
ELECTION 2020: Trump’s Encouragement of GOP Ballot Watchers Echoes Old Tactic of Voter Intimidation
The 2020 presidential election will be the first in nearly 40 years conducted without the protections of a court order sparked by Republican tactics in New Jersey in 1981, writes Mark Krasovic.
ELECTION 2020: As Concerns Mount Over Integrity of US Elections, So Does Support for International Poll Monitors
Timothy Rich says international monitors have shown they can provide an effective means to reduce public concerns about fraud and voter suppression.
LEE CAMP: Trump Will Win Reelection Unless We Do One Thing
We — the American people — have a right to participate in the last vestiges of this tattered democracy.
Buttigieg Backer Top Funder of Group Behind Iowa’s Disastrous Voting App
A dark money operation funded by billionaires is behind the app that delayed Iowa’s voting results, Max Blumenthal reports.
America’s Hypocrisy on Democracy
U.S. politicians often lecture other nations about their flawed governance as if American democracy is the gold standard, but anti-democratic measures like gerrymandering belie that self-image, says ex-CIA analyst Paul R. Pillar.