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Oct 20 2016
Perspectives BlogThe third presidential debate, which is widely considered to have been the most substantial discussion of policy, occurred in Las Vegas last night. The most talked about moment didn't come when Hillary was asked about the DNC coordinated effort to incite violence at Trump rallies. It didn't come from the increased number of alleged Trump's sexual assault victims coming forward. It also didn't John Gable, AllSides Co-founder
Jan 13 2021
The 2020 presidential election has been called “the most secure in American history.” But what does that mean? Our reporters speak with two election security experts in our latest episode of “Rethinking the News.” Part 1 of 2.
Ahead of President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration, Americans remain divided over the integrity of the election. This is despite Congress having certified theChristian Science Monitor
Oct 28 2021
This year's elections in New Jersey and Virginia are getting a lot of attention. On one hand, many political analysts believe the results of the increasingly close races could be a sign for next year's midterms. Also, the fallout over the 2020 presidential election has led both parties to call for voting reform.
While both Republicans and Democrats have made election integrity aCBN
Nov 05 2018
It was the kind of security lapse that gives election officials nightmares. In 2017, a private contractor left data on Chicago's 1.8 million registered voters — including addresses, birth dates and partial Social Security numbers — publicly exposed for months on an Amazon cloud server.Chicago Tribune
Jan 13 2022
On Tuesday, President Joe Biden gave a speech asserting that people who oppose his plan for a federal takeover of elections are domestic enemies and racists.
“Do you want to be on the side of John Lewis or Bull Connor? Do you want to be on the side of Abraham Lincoln or Jefferson Davis?” Biden asked in his speech falsely claiming that the “right to vote” was in doubt throughout theThe Federalist
Nov 04 2021
The Department of Justice announced Thursday that it filed a lawsuit against Texas, targeting a state law that proponents say aims to make elections more secure.
Senate Bill 1 was signed by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott in early September, establishing new rules for mail-in voting while increasing the number of partisan poll watchers and giving the state more control over local votingFox News (Online News)
Jun 25 2021
The U.S. Justice Department filed a lawsuit Friday against the state of Georgia over its new election integrity law, alleging that it is discriminatory and aims to restrict citizens from voting.
Attorney General Merrick Garland and Kristen Clarke, head of the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division, announced the suit, which alleges that the Georgia law discriminates against blackNational Review
May 06 2021
While signing the state's new voting law during a television appearance early Thursday, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis hailed the legislation's focus on election security, saying the legislation adds the "strongest election integrity measures in the country."
"We're making sure we're enforcing voter ID," DeSantis commented during his Fox News appearance from West Palm Beach, where he signedNewsmax (News)
Dec 05 2020
An election integrity watchdog said the current Electoral College deadlines not only have “zero constitutional basis” but are preventing states from fulfilling their legal and ethical obligations to ensure free and fair elections.
The Amistad Project of the non-partisan Thomas More Society released the study (pdf) on Friday, making the case that the only constitutionally-set date in theThe Epoch Times
Nov 05 2018
Roughly one in five adults are reluctant to cast ballots in next month’s midterm races because of concerns related to the integrity of the nation’s election systems, a report revealed Wednesday.Washington Times