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A new group formed by former Trump campaign aides plans to take video cameras into polling places and pore over voting records to root out fraud.
In a win for access to voting, Georgia’s largest county backed off a plan to shutter or move polling locations in several heavily African-American neighborhoods.
West Virginia has removed over five percent of the voters on its rolls since the start of the year, relying in part on a controversial program run by Kris Kobach.
Alabama’s top elections official says there’s no need for the state to tell ex-felons they can now vote, since anyone who really wants to cast a ballot will keep trying.
A leading voting rights group wants answers after Georgia removed nearly ten percent of its voters from the rolls.