Electoral Integrity: When No One is Denied the Vote

The past few weeks have been a bit of a roller-coaster for fans of voting rights. First, the good news. The Supreme Court declined to hear a case which alleged that 2013 voting rules pushed by the North Carolina GOP (strict voter ID laws, restrictions on early voting and election-day registration) were racially discriminatory. 

But there’s bad news too. President Trump has established a “Presidential Commission on Electoral Integrity” that will be vice-chaired by one of the worst voter suppression advocates in the country. Today, we fight back against voter suppression.

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