Of the thousands of bless you and f— you messages that arrived at The Guardian papers after we broke the Florida vote swindle story in November 2000, none ruffled my editors’ English reserve but one: a letter demanding we …more
If a handful of young people who got so excited about Stacey Abrams had voted on Tuesday in the runoff for Secretary of State of Georgia, Stacey would be unstoppable in the next election. But …more
Brian Kemp purged half a million voters in 2017 ahead of his race for the governor’s office against the Democratic Party’s candidate, Stacey Abrams. He said they left the state. (There must have been moving vans everywhere!) Our experts went through the list name by name and found at least 340,134 voters had never moved. You’re talking a third of a million voters who were canned — with no notice. They showed up in mass and they were either handed provisional ballots, which were thrown in the garbage — and about 50,000 people were simply denied a provisional ballot in violation of federal law.
It’s as evil as it is brilliant, because Abrams was prepared to fight over the provisional ballots. She even got a judge to say count them — but you can’t count provisional ballots which were never handed out. It was a pure steal. And the trick that Kemp used …more
Stacey Abrams, who refused to officially concede defeat in her bid for Governor, filed suit today in federal court in Atlanta charging the entire election process was hopelessly tainted. …more
Mike Espy, US Senate candidate, reveals the return of an outlawed vote suppression tactic aimed at elderly voters.
[Jackson, Mississippi] In the vote-stealing biz it’s called “push polling” in which a fake pollster cons a voter out of their vote.
Espy said they would not have known about this game except, …more
Georgia state Senator Nikema Williams didn’t plan on being arrested last week. She certainly didn’t think she’d be zip-tied by cops and asked to submit to a strip search. But that’s what happened when she was in the Georgia State Capitol witnessing a ‘Count Every Vote’ protest on Tuesday, November 13, 2018.
“It was horrific experience,” Williams told our reporter, Zach D. Roberts, the day after her arrest. “They patted me down, like worse than you would get at a TSA pre-check, but then she told me to lift up my dress so they could make sure that I was not carrying something in my vaginal cavity. I am a sitting state senator, that you brought off the rotunda of the capital, and you’re searching me and wanting me to take my dress off to strip search me. And then they wanted me to …more