The Real Voter Fraud
10 days ago - By The New Republic
For a while there, it appeared that the GOP's long-running assault on voting rights was finally losing steam. In recent years, federal courts have struck down or significantly weakened several of the country's worst voting restrictions. At the same time, many states-including red ones-have debated or passed bills to expand access to registration and polling places. But that was before Donald Trump was elected. As president, Trump has refused to let go of his unhinged claim that “millions” of people voted illegally last November-and has used his unsubstantiated accusation of voter fraud to...
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