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Recent articles by Sam:

Introducing 'Shut Out,' A New Podcast By HuffPost, About The Fight To Vote In America

The fight over the right to vote is at the center of American democracy right now. We dive in to how we got here. → Read More

Wisconsin Voting Rights Groups Promise Lawsuit Over Early Voting Cuts

Gov. Scott Walker (R) on Friday signed a law that capped early voting at two weeks. → Read More

North Carolina Republicans Say They'd Support Election Do-Over If Voting Results Were Leaked

They say they'll send people back to the polls if officials can determine the race between Mark Harris and Dan McCready was tainted by fraud. → Read More

New York's Horrific Voting Laws Might Actually Get Changed

Now that Democrats have complete control over the state government, they say they will swiftly push changes to the state's restrictive voting laws. → Read More

More Evidence Of Illegal Activity Emerges In North Carolina Congressional Race

Two more voters reported handing over their ballots to canvassers who came to their home. → Read More

GOP Candidate's Consultant Linked To 2nd County In North Carolina Election Probe

New evidence appears to connect controversial political operative McCrae Dowless to Robeson County, which also reported unusual ballot data. → Read More

Amid North Carolina Election Probe, Voters Are Scared, Confused And Angry

One woman who gave evidence to the state said she was scared what would happen to her. → Read More

The War Over Voting Rights Could Fell A New Hampshire Political Legend

Voting rights are central to the Democratic Party now. It’s not clear Bill Gardner got the memo. → Read More

A Trump Appointee Hunted For Election Fraud. It Looks Like It Was Right Under His Nose.

In North Carolina, a federal prosecutor won't confirm or deny a probe of an alleged Republican-led electoral fraud scheme. → Read More

Midwestern Republicans Try To Kneecap New Democratic Governors

In Wisconsin and Michigan, GOP legislatures aren’t taking the party's losses well. → Read More

This Woman Got 8 Years In Prison For Illegal Voting. Texas Is Showing No Mercy.

Rosa Maria Ortega's case illustrates the enormous discretion that prosecutors have in how harshly they pursue voter fraud. → Read More

North Carolina Delays Certifying Results Of Congressional Race Amid Probe Of Irregularities

State investigators are reportedly examining issues with absentee ballots. → Read More

California Takes Its Time Counting Ballots. Paul Ryan Thinks That's Really Weird.

The state had millions of mail-in votes to count after Election Day. → Read More

Trump's Census Citizenship Question Was Put On Trial And Now It Looks Even Shadier

Even if the question ultimately winds up on the census, a federal lawsuit showed just how determined the administration was to get it on the survey. → Read More

Senate To Vote On Trump Judicial Pick Who Critics Call The 'Vote-Suppressor-In-Chief'

Thomas Farr, Trump’s nominee to a federal court seat, defended North Carolina’s voter suppression law and racially discriminatory gerrymandering. → Read More

Federal Judge Shreds Trump's DOJ For Seeking So Many Delays In Census Trial

The Justice Department's conduct in the citizenship question case could be subject to sanctions, the judge suggested. → Read More

New Email Raises Concern About Trump Commitment To Census Confidentiality

The Census Bureau has been unequivocal that individual responses are confidential. Advocates say confidentiality is at the foundation of the survey. → Read More

Hanging Chads Long Gone, Florida Has Another Election Nightmare

The biggest difference, observers say, is the rhetoric elected officials are using to escalate accusations of fraud. → Read More

President Trump Is Still Lying About Voter Fraud

Several studies, including a 5-year probe by the Justice Department, have shown voter fraud is not a widespread problem. → Read More

Republicans Are Casting Doubt On Normal Election Processes For The Sake Of Winning

By characterizing basic safeguards as illegitimate, Rick Scott and President Trump are undermining democracy. → Read More