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VOTING ISSUES AND RESULTS
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When Sarah Sanders And The ACLU Teamed Up For Voting Rights
By Blake Paterson, ProPublica
The Trump administration wants to restrict access to the ballot box, but Sanders once sued to overturn a ban on student voting.
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Republican Gov. Signs Automatic Voter Registration Bill Into Law In Massachusetts
"This is a victory for voters, and for a healthy and vibrant democracy.”
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White House Election Probe Had No Evidence Of Widespread Voting Fraud: Ex-Member
Maine’s Democratic secretary of state said that serving on the Trump voting fraud commission was the “the most bizarre thing I’ve ever been a part of.”
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Democrats Propose Making It Illegal To Spread False Election Information
Under the measure, knowingly spreading misinformation about voting criteria and election hours could be punishable by prison time.
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Imran Khan Declares Victory In Disputed Pakistan Election
By Idrees Ali and Saad Sayeed, Reuters
Opponents alleged vote rigging, even though the preliminary results put him in the lead.
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Michigan Voters Could Be On The Verge Of Bypassing Lawmakers To Pass A Slew Of Voting Reforms
“People [are] feeling a strong feeling that elected officials are not solving their problems, representing their views and that the legislature has failed to act and it’s time for Michigan citizens to fix the problems.”
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Massachusetts' Top Court Upholds 20-Day Voter Registration Cut-Off
By Nate Raymond, Reuters
The ACLU contended the 20-day restriction disenfranchises thousands of otherwise qualified voters.
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Erdogan Wins Turkish Elections But Opposition Has Yet To Concede
By Ece Toksabay and Tuvan Gumrukcu, Reuters
The country's electoral board said Tayyip Erdogan had an absolute majority on Sunday.
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Missouri's Top Election Official Says Voter Fraud Is A Way Bigger Threat Than Election Hacking
Several studies and investigations have shown voter fraud is not a widespread problem.
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Ohio's Voter Purge Claims Another Casualty -- College Students
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If other states follow Ohio's lead, millions of college students may lose their voting rights when they next head to the polls.
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Maine Gov. Paul LePage 'Probably' Won't Certify Primary Election Results
The state's top election official says the governor doesn't need to certify election results anyway.
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Venezuela's Socialist Leader Nicolas Maduro Re-Elected Amid Allegations Of Irregularities
By Luc Cohen and Andreina Aponte, Reuters
The State Department has already announced that the U.S. will not recognize the election result.
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ACLU Says Kris Kobach Is Still Giving Out Incorrect Information About Voter Registration
Information on Kobach's website misleadingly suggests that everyone in Kansas needs to prove they're a citizen when they register to vote.
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Want To Change The Face Of Politics? Help Teens Register To Vote.
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Turning teen energy into lasting political power requires more than protest — these young people have to be able to vote.
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Hezbollah Declares 'Victory' After Unofficial Results Project Major Electoral Win
By Tom Perry, Laila Bassam and Ellen Francis, Reuters
Unofficial results showed Hezbollah and its political allies won just over half the seats in Lebanon’s parliamentary election.
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Lebanese Vote In The First Parliamentary Elections In 9 Years
By Angus McDowall and Dahlia Nehme, Reuters
For many younger Lebanese, Sunday brought a first chance to vote in a national election after parliament twice extended a term that expired in 2013.
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Russian Opposition Leader And Activists Detained Ahead Of Putin Inauguration
Anti-Kremlin activists took to the streets across the country on Saturday.
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Tennessee Officials Are Trying To Get To The Bottom Of An Election Night Cyberattack
The county mayor says no votes were changed, but a cybersecurity expert says that's a premature assumption.
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Racism Seen As Factor In Differing Sentences For Election Crimes In One Texas County
Two minority women got sent to prison for years. A white official got probation.
These Are The States With April Voter Registration Deadlines For The 2018 Primaries
If you live in one of these 11 states, you don't have much time left to get your name on the voter rolls.
Trump Ditches Tax Speech To Ramble Instead
President Donald Trump went off-topic during a tax reform roundtable in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. The president made false claims about the visa lottery system and voter fraud in the 2016 election, attacked Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.V.) and ranted about MS-13 gangs and chain migration.
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Trump Claims Without Evidence That Millions Of People Are Voting Illegally In California
“They always like to say: ‘Oh that’s a conspiracy theory.’ Not a conspiracy theory folks."
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The Kris Kobach Voter Fraud Trial Was About Much More Than Kris Kobach
The ACLU's efforts to undermine experts who believe voter fraud is a substantial problem will have a lasting legacy.
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Trump's Voter Fraud Czar, And His Claims About Illegal Voting, Are About To Go On Trial
“This could really be in a lot of ways the case where we really put the evidence of fraud on trial in this country," said the ACLU's Dale Ho.
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Wisconsin's Top Election Official Resigns After GOP Votes To Oust Him
The state's election commission and Senate disagreed over who had the right to remove the commission's administrator.
Matt York, The Associated Press
Voting Lines Are Shorter — But Mostly For Whites
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Election officials have figured out how to keep voting lines down, but communities of color are still waiting longer to vote.
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