Advertisement

Voter suppression

Ahead of the midterm elections, the initiative aims to deploy 300 lawyers, law students across the U.S., including in key battleground states.
There will be at least two teams of hundreds of election observers at poll sites, along with language interpreters.
"It definitely struck me as possible voter misinformation," a Brooklyn resident said.
"They didn't come out to vote for Hillary."
Because it wouldn't be an Election Day in New York without problems.
Voters in Sunset Park, for instance, were told that the machines had been delivered with no Democratic ballots loaded in them.
"My heart breaks for the voters who have been disenfranchised today."
Stringer said he intends to find out why the BOE is "so consistently disorganized, chaotic, and inefficient."
126,000 voters were removed from the rolls, and de Blasio wants answers.
"They have beseeched the various Boards of Elections without result. Nothing can save their right to vote save an order from this Court."
"A lot" of them are Bernie Sanders supporters.
A handful of politicians want to expand access to the ballot box.
arrow Back To Top