Two years after allegations of fraud in the presidential election that were never proved, voters have regained their trust in Georgia elections.
New polling by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution shows that voter confidence rebounded from a low point following the… Continue reading
Evelyn sits down with Nate Persily, Professor at Stanford Law School, and Alex Stamos, director of the Stanford Internet Observatory, to discuss Meta’s decision that it is reinstating former President Trump’s accounts. Nate is pragmatic, Alex is cynical,… Continue reading
Thousands of new documents The Arizona Republic obtained from Cyber Ninjas, the obscure company state Senate Republicans hired to conduct a partisan “audit” of the 2020 election, show the endeavor was fraught with conflict and confusion.
The contractors… Continue reading
A Villager is buying out of community service in a plea deal in a voter fraud cased dating back to the 2020 presidential election.
John Rider, 62, a resident of the Village of Virginia Trace
, cast… Continue reading
Oliver Darcy of CNN
confirms the point I raised in my Slate piece
: Trump can say whatever he wants about the last election without sanction:
Nine minutes after Meta announced that it will allow Donald Trump back on its… Continue reading
In September, former President Donald J. Trump went on Truth Social, his social network, and shared an image of himself wearing a lapel pin in the form of the letter Q, along with a phrase closely associated with the… Continue reading
Rifts in the GOP between those who support Donald Trump’s false 2020 election fraud claims and those who want the party to move on from the former president
have resurfaced in party leadership races in key states, with each… Continue reading
Republican lawmakers who have spread election conspiracy theories and falsely claimed that the 2020 presidential outcome was rigged are overseeing legislative committees charged with setting election policy in two major political battleground states.
Divided government in Pennsylvania and Arizona… Continue reading
The Justice Department has asked the Federal Election Commission to hold off on any enforcement action against George Santos, the Republican congressman from New York who lied about key aspects of his biography
, as prosecutors conduct a… Continue reading
for the NYT:
Any definition of partisanship, of course, often reflects on which side of the aisle one sits. But urban-rural rivalries have a long history. A forthcoming study of the actions of six state legislatures from 1921… Continue reading
County election supervisors in Florida are urging the state to throw out new vote-by-mail restrictions that are set to be rolled out next year, saying the measures could present serious logistical and security issues.
In a report sent to… Continue reading
“Matching funds” programs and democracy dollars, two approaches to public financing of campaigns, can be keys to breaking big money’s grip on state politics and lifting up the voices of regular Californians, according to a new report released today… Continue reading