voter fraud

2020 Census: The Hidden Agenda Behind Trump’s Citizenship Question

July 24, 2018

TRNN Replay: The Trump administration wants to include a citizenship status question on the census form, which would allow officials to create a list of supposedly alien voters that they would challenge in the 2020 election. Citizens have until August 7 to challenge the question with the Commerce Department

Cambridge Analytica Is Not Alone: i360 and Data Trust Disastrous for Democracy

March 29, 2018

Cambridge Analytica, owned by Robert Mercer, is in the news, but other companies — like the Koch Brothers’ i360 and Karl Rove’s Data Trust — are far more dangerous, says investigative reporter Greg Palast

Venezuela Elections: Why Does the Corporate Media Keep Crying Fraud?

October 22, 2017

The international media was quick to report on potential fraud in Venezuela’s regional elections, in which the ruling socialist party won a majority of governorships. But there isn’t any evidence of massive fraud, says Alex Main from the Center for Economic and Policy Research

Venezuelan Regional Election: Opposition Claims Fraud in Areas They Won

October 16, 2017

The Governing United Socialist Party of Venezuela won 17 out of 23 governor races in Sunday’s regional vote, prompting the opposition to claim fraud once again, without evidence. Lucas Koerner of Venezuelanlaysis.com analyzes the situation

Trump Panel Demands Private Voter Info, Gets Backlash Instead

July 5, 2017

Author and journalist Ari Berman of The Nation says the Trump election commission’s request for voters’ personal information has sparked an unprecedented backlash — but the fight to protect voting rights is far from over

Is North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory Trying to Steal the Election?

November 23, 2016

Two weeks after Election Day, McCrory is losing the popular vote, refusing to concede, and now he’s demanding a recount. Investigative journalist Alex Kotch breaks it down.

Is Arizona Voting Chaos a Warning for Upcoming Elections?

March 30, 2016

Ari Berman, senior contributing writer for the Nation, discusses repeal of the Voting Rights Act and the possible two-tiered democracy developing between blue and red states

Race, class and opportunity

June 25, 2013
Bruce Dixon: Black politicians should have pushed for a constitutional amendment to ensure that the VRA never came before the GOP-dominated court

Organizing the poor

June 17, 2013
Hundreds arrested opposing Republican controlled legislature’s ‘barbaric’ attacks on North Carolina’s most vulnerable populations