After the historic turnout in the 2020 elections, where voters rejected Donald Trump and his lies about the integrity of the elections, they may mistake him for thinking that US democracy.
Instead, the U.S. faces an unprecedented attack on the polls: Republicans have introduced hundreds of bills to restrict voting, conspiracy theories about election integrity remain rampant, and the redistricting effort that happens every 10 years could make our electrical maps more partisan than ever. .
This year, the Fight to Vote newsletter tackles the new wave of voting rights issues and tells stories from every corner of the country where people are at risk of losing their right to vote.
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Each week we will tell you about the powerful, though often hidden, forces trying to prevent Americans from casting their vote, whether by spreading misinformation, intimidating poll watchers, breaches of election security, or outwitting the United States Postal Service. . Undecided? Read the latest version.
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