Election workers have increasingly come under attack following the 2020 election but they are getting little help from law enforcement.
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GOP leaders in more than a half-dozen states want to copy Texas’s restrictive abortion law after the Supreme Court denied to stop it.
In response to Texas’s recent passing of restrictive voting rights and abortion bills, the White House has said it is up to Congress to act.
As the results of the GOP sham election audit in Maricopa county, Arizona, loom, more GOP leaders are considering 2020 election reviews.
More blue and red states are moving in opposite directions on voting disparities among Americans, aggravating widening split.
Despite the heated rhetoric of critics of critical race theory (CRT), students benefit greatly from America’s unvarnished history.
Just days after Texas’ unprecedented and restrictive anti-abortion law went into effect, Republicans countrywide are looking to copy it.
Texas Senate Bill No. 1 makes it difficult for voters who face language barriers or have disabilities to get help casting their ballots.
Voting data from Mesa County in Colorado was recently leaked. Following the incident, a Clerk from the constituency has gone missing.
Copies of election systems were released nationwide ahead of California’s recall vote, prompting calls for a rigorous pre-election audit.