Filmmaker Greg Palast describes the tactics state lawmakers use to prevent millions of Americans from voting this fall.
Traditional poll watchers play an important role on Election Day. What Donald Trump seems to have in mind, however, can quickly turn into a serious problem.
Voting rights activists won three important legal battles across the US. The cases highlight the fierce battle being fought right now over who will get to vote in the fall.
An international organization that oversees elections thinks the United States needs to be closely watched.
We are only just beginning to see the impact of the 2013 Supreme Court decision that gutted the Voting Rights Act. Will voters get a nasty surprise on Election Day?
As soon as the opportunity arose, Virginia Republicans put in place laws that would make it more difficult for many likely Democratic voters to access the polls. Their efforts could make all the difference in November.
New Yorkers are experiencing widespread voting obstacles and irregularities. If you are, please let us know.
An advocacy group is calling for an investigation into the behavior of a federal election official who signed off on allowing three states to implement more restrictive voting laws.
Election integrity activist Beth Clarkson won a battle in Kansas this week but it put her at risk of losing the war. However, her court case shows people are beginning to pay attention.
Our automated vote recording and tabulation system cannot be trusted. At least that’s what one statistician thinks, and she is not staying silent about it. Here is the story of how one person took on the bureaucracy in order to protect the integrity of our democracy.
A bold campaign finance reform plan in the state of Washington aims to wrest power away from wealthy donors and return it to the people. Will it work and can it serve as a model for the rest of the country?
When people think of election theft, many assume that means individuals taking measures up to and including the moment that votes are cast. However, experts agree that thanks to the increasing reliance on electronic voting and vote-counting, the very infrastructure itself is also vulnerable — to attacks from the outside. This could include foreign powers pursuing their own agenda.
In a democracy, everyone gets to vote. In a fair society, no one is tricked into not voting, or harassed, or obstructed in any way from exercising their franchise. Here’s what to do if you run into problems voting…
RT’s Abby Martin interviews Russ about a recent WhoWhatWhy article on the incredible shrinking choices in national politics—and what can be done to reverse the trend.