Indiana has purged no less than 20,000 voters, some apparently in violation of a federal court order. Are you one? Check right now
My lawyer had to threaten Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp with a federal lawsuit to force him to turn over the names of over half a million voters whose
Georgia civil rights leaders sue GOP's Brian Kemp over wrongful voter purgesReleases names of all purged voters in the state urging them to re-register
Georgia-based civil rights leaders join Palast in filing a lawsuit against Brian Kemp for using a faulty and racially biased method of removing
When Palast began looking into the removal of a half-million Georgians’ names from the voter rolls, he said he had filed a Freedom of Information request asking Kemp
Why we’re Suing Georgia Secretary of State Brian KempI've got the list of every purged Georgia voter – take a look.
Thousands of Georgians have wrongly been removed from the rolls. We’re demanding those purged are restored
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To stop Kobach from stealing Stacey Abrams’ votes in Georgia race – Plus 26 other elections! On the basis of Kobach’s phony accused “fraudulent voter” list, 27 states, almost all GOP-controlled
Don’t assume you’re registered. I looked up my own registration – just to show people how you do it – and I wasn’t on the rolls.
Greg Palast and Rev. Jesse Jackson are on a mission to fight back against the elections that are, as usual, victim to the contrivances of the far-right branch of the GOP and in Congress
Los ciudadanos de EUA en todo el país pronto votarán a los 435 puestos de la Cámara de representantes, a 35 senadores y a tres docenas de gobernadores
The man that well-coiffed racist, Richard Spencer, calls a “draconian illegal immigration enforcer” is now running for Governor of Kansas. That enforcer made his announcement just hours after the euthanasia of Governor Brownback’s “Kansas Experiment” by the state legislature