When a Civil Rights Division employee is accused of being”pro-black,” the problem is not harassment.
Archive for the ‘Vote Casting and Counting’ Category
No, not really. But sort of. Ian Millhiser explains that Democratic House candidates actually got more votes nationwide than Republicans, by around 500,000. So how could the Republicans maintain their majority? Simple. It was gerrymandering. Nick Baumann at Mother Jones has the goods (h/t Dayen): North Carolina, which Obama lost by around 2 percentage points: 9-4 GOP Florida, [...]
Speculations on who answers “none of your beeswax” when asked “how are you voting?”—and why.
Virginia has a nonpartisan election board. The rest of us ought to (though we need a backer for the cause).
GOP hoping that voter suppression will help them. It won’t be enough. And it has tarnished the Republican brand for years to come.
Republicans keep trying to cheat people out of their votes. Some Democrats are fighting back.
Republicans try to steal another election.